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Old 07-21-2017, 11:16 AM
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Does anyone have principal specs for 1970's Donzi 18 ... LOA, Beam, draft, fuel capacity?
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A little bit here also....
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thanks...good stuff
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thanks... this helps..
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Old 07-23-2017, 12:59 PM
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The dates of manufacture should say "to present" since they still make them.
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The dates of manufacture should say "to present" since they still make them.
Yep. I think it's an oldish website that doesn't get visited very often. Probably hasn't been updated in years........
Still has some good info on the older models and the brochures for many of them.

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Ya, they haven't changed at all really. The 18 is basically a stretched 16. I've had a 1978 18 (2+3) and a 22. Good in a straight line through some chop. Loads of info about them online, the ownership group is like a cult.
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I can give you some real world specs. I am in the middle of returning a 79 18 2+3 to it's former glory.
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