Hello, I am looking for some parts for my 42. Specifically a search light, as the original is missing. And on the mast, the 2 wings are missing. It is a fiberglass mast. Any help is appreciated!

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Mark---My 1973 36TF had the large searchlight--I removed it for a newer''high tech'' one. The one I removed has a good lamp--but the motor mechanism that caused it to move remotely does not work. The plating on it is fair but the unit is undamaged. It might be a few days but if interested I will get some pics of it to see if anything you might want. I know there is a shop that restores/refurbishes these older searchlights to new condition--but do not know the cost.

Al that would be great, thank you!

Al Edwards said:

Mark---My 1973 36TF had the large searchlight--I removed it for a newer''high tech'' one. The one I removed has a good lamp--but the motor mechanism that caused it to move remotely does not work. The plating on it is fair but the unit is undamaged. It might be a few days but if interested I will get some pics of it to see if anything you might want. I know there is a shop that restores/refurbishes these older searchlights to new condition--but do not know the cost.

Mark,

    We used LB Harvey in Florida. LBHARVEYMARINE@gmail.com  or (305)665-7844  They did our searchlight and it came out great. The older lady at the phone is very business like and will want you to keep the bulb at home. Shipping cost is round trip so it is terrible. They had the light about a month, and again we are very please. The vertical motor was bad on ours not sure what all the fixed but everything works great and it was shined up really nice. I would recommend them. If I can answer any questions for you please get ahold of me anytime

Mark

Mark:

As just mentioned, LB Harvey in Miami, FL are the very best to go with.  Excellent people to work with!!

Jim Rivas

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