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  • #16
    very cool.

    You could always turn the cap upside down and say it is an anchor....
    John Forsythe

    '59 Bellboy 404 - Pretty Girl
    Past Affairs:
    '61 Marathon - Jammie Dodger

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    • #17
      Ha! Anchor!

      Bruce you mentioned Wilcox Crittendon. Since both of these look similar, I checked the backside for a stamping or logo, sure enough "WC" on the back!
      1958 Skagit 20 Express Hardtop
      1958 Skagit 20 Express
      -PNW Craftsmanship


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      • #18
        John and Kelly- HA on me, did a check on eBay, wow, W&C started in the marine hardware business in 1869, including wheels and, huh, anchors !
        http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-20-p...86:g:hrkAAOSw9

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        • #19
          Now that's some heritage.
          John Forsythe

          '59 Bellboy 404 - Pretty Girl
          Past Affairs:
          '61 Marathon - Jammie Dodger

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          • #20
            Wilcox Crittenden has been making boat hardware for a long time. It's really high quality, so I'm always on the lookout for it.
            The Wilcox Crittended "Skipper" marine head as I have on the Saratogan is still in limited production. First introduced in the 1940's.
            Captain Tim (McSkagit) Jones 1959 Skagit 31 Saratogan

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