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Albina Model 7-a Anchor Windlass on 2040-parts.com

US $1,885.00
Location:

San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States
Minor ware on cat head and chain gypsy
Type:Anchor Winch Manufacturer Part Number:7-A Brand:ALBINA Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

ALBINA MODEL 7-A WINDLASS
This windlass is a model: 7-A 12 volt.
This windlass is set up for 1/4" PC or 5/16" HT chain gypsy
Albina was bought by R.C. Plath and there model is: 6-A
Designed and manufactured to meet requirements of the
yachtsman who has wanted a fast dependable anchor windlass.
Motor is connected direct, but installed below deck, giving neat
appearance. Brake operated by large handwheel.
This windlass is in great condition and works great.

Note: shipping cost is to lower 48 States only.

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