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Old 04-22-2011, 05:07 AM   #1
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1985 35 foot Californian SEDAN, hull cored or not

Forgive the repost, but am going to look at one tomorrow and I need the benefit the forums wisdom on this one.

Switching my attention to a 1985 35 foot Californian Sedan. Is that still a Marshal design but made by Wellcraft in that year?* Was any part of the hull cored? I guess the deck and bridge deck would be cored. Correct? Thanks

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RE: 1985 35 foot Californian SEDAN, hull cored or not

Yes, that was made by Wellcraft in 1985. Perhaps a call to them would give you a definitive answer. I am not positive, but I don't believe any of the Californian hulls of the 70s and 80s were cored by either Marshall or Wellcraft.
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