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Source for Spar Material

Jerry

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Tonight I was talking with Gus, one of the local builders. I asked him where he got spar material. He said he always had good luck with Wicks.
He said that he alsoheard of an outfit in White Plains, New York that sold aircraft quality Sitka Spruce spar material.


I just Googled it. I got the following results. I've heard of this company when I was into building small boats.


Anyone have any experience with them ? I might just call them this week.


Maurice L Condon Company
(914) 946-4111

250 Ferris Ave
White Plains, NY 10603


Woods they carry:
Exotic Wood, Mouldings, Oak, Cedar, Teak, Mahogany, Custom Milling, Marine & Aircraft Plywoods, Hardwood Lumber, Marine & Hardwood Lumber, Sitka Spruce, Custom Hardwood Flooring, Marine Lumber
 

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