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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 22:12 #103552

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lwangstad wrote: My guess is that you have the base portion of a Garelick mast. This advertisement is from 1955. Pretty rare to find one, I'd fabricate the upper mast portion and then buy a small cruiser to put it on.

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That sure looks like a match. I figured somebody on here would be able to answer it... am awed at how quickly. Thanks!

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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 19:07 #103548

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You could use two mast, just make the front one taller then the rear one.

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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 14:38 #103540

Now you just need to find the guy who has the mast... It'd be all like in "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly", which I watched last night with my son. One of them knew the location of the cemetery where the loot was buried, and the other guy (Clint Eastwood) knew the name on the tombstone it was buried under.
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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 11:59 #103536

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Yep... that looks like it. I bet if you found one today, it'd be priced a bit north of $19.50 though. ;)

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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 10:38 #103534

lwangstad wrote: My guess is that you have the base portion of a Garelick mast. This advertisement is from 1955. Pretty rare to find one, I'd fabricate the upper mast portion and then buy a small cruiser to put it on.



I think you nailed it

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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 03:20 #103529

My guess is that you have the base portion of a Garelick mast. This advertisement is from 1955. Pretty rare to find one, I'd fabricate the upper mast portion and then buy a small cruiser to put it on.

Lee

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Dueling Burgees 08 Apr 2020 01:56 #103522

My first thought would be the boat manufacturer burgee then a Yacht Club burgee chained together with a small brass chain that slides down the light.
But. I have no idea. Cool light though.
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I recently picked up this bow light because it looked interesting and is cast aluminum. What I can't figure out is why there are two apparent flag pole sockets with a slot between them... any ideas?

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