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« on: October 31, 2009, 10:55:47 am »

Hi Randy,

The side view with the sail plan on the page for the C&C 35-1(REDWING) is actually a drawing of the C&C 35-2 with it's slightly taller mast, somewhat different coach roof and window placement and modified stern profile just above the water line.  The correct drawing is attached.  The other drawings on your page are all of the correct model.

I had forgotten about the 35 being a Hinterholler Redwing 35 before it became the C&C 35.  This is the reason why this is probably the only C&C without the arrowhead molded into the hull sides.  The mold was built and used to build several Hinterholler Redwing 35's before C&C Yachts was created by the merger with the other yards.  When they modified the mold to change to the 35-2 they added the arrow.

Also, from this article: http://www.cncphotoalbum.com/brochures/35foot/35mkii/index2.htm

The C&C 35 MKI was built between 1969 and 1973. It
covered hull numbers 1 to 204.

The C&C 35 MKII was built between 1973 and 1975 covering
hull numbers 205 to 351.


Great site, thanks for putting it together.
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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2009, 02:13:13 pm »

Hi Randy,

The side view with the sail plan on the page for the C&C 35-1(REDWING) is actually a drawing of the C&C 35-2 with it's slightly taller mast, somewhat different coach roof and window placement and modified stern profile just above the water line.  The correct drawing is attached.  The other drawings on your page are all of the correct model.

I had forgotten about the 35 being a Hinterholler Redwing 35 before it became the C&C 35.  This is the reason why this is probably the only C&C without the arrowhead molded into the hull sides.  The mold was built and used to build several Hinterholler Redwing 35's before C&C Yachts was created by the merger with the other yards.  When they modified the mold to change to the 35-2 they added the arrow.

Also, from this article: http://www.cncphotoalbum.com/brochures/35foot/35mkii/index2.htm

The C&C 35 MKI was built between 1969 and 1973. It
covered hull numbers 1 to 204.

The C&C 35 MKII was built between 1973 and 1975 covering
hull numbers 205 to 351.


Great site, thanks for putting it together.

Thanks for all your help on this.

rb
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