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Looking for a foundry

Bronze, stainless, chrome or steel. If you need information about the non-wood items on your Chris-Craft, pose your questions here.

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Looking for a foundry

Post by cenger » Sun Jan 18, 2015 5:22 pm

I am long for a foundy to make some hardware parts that I had to carve from wood. Also need some cleats duplicated. Does anyone have a recommendation?
1935 Gar Wood 16-35
1929 Gar Wood 28-30

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Re: Looking for a foundry

Post by Pete DeVito » Sun Jan 18, 2015 7:29 pm

Try Bud Brackett at Maine Classics 207-247-6862.
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Re: Looking for a foundry

Post by parroteyes » Mon Jan 19, 2015 7:13 am

Go to topic:

Needed: Brass casting for #6 tie in a R-16-XXX

Thread to see my experience.

I used Mystic River Foundry in CT:


Very happy.
Hull # 16-R-OX2 (March 1946)
Engine 1B #26564

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