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Slickcraft Parts

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by RW KASPAR, Jan 3, 2012.

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    RW KASPAR New Member

    My name is Roger Kaspar. I owned an SS245 Slickcraft for 10 years. I totally restored the boat to original condition. I have some parts that I would like to sell. I have (2) teak railings that measure 90"x2 3/4". The railings are 99% finished. They were custom made by a hardwood company. They were put thru a router that duplicated the original railing. They just need to be put thru a sander to have the top finished. In addition, I have (8) stainless steel bottom plates for rail supports. The plates measure 2" diameter, 1/8" thick, with a 7/8" center hole and (3) counter sunk 3/16" holes to duplicate the original plates. These were custom made at a machine shop. If interested, contact me at my e-mail address. 70's parts are hard to find, so these may help someone.
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