Below are photos of the parts you'll need to get up and running.
These parts are in addition to the parts packages from Ronstan and Sweet. Also add the mast, boom, spinnaker pole, rudder, centerboard and sails.
The upper left two pictures are the vang lever and vang arms and the vang pivot base. To buy them made up in carbon and s-glass you should expect to pay about $400. You can make them out of cabon and s-glass for about $80.
The third picture in the top row is the mainsheet cleat base. To buy this made up in carbon and s-glass you should expect to pay about $125. You can make it for about $35.
The next picture is a boat cover. You can order this cover and the spinnaker sock below from the "Purchase One" page You should not leave your Swift uncovered outside except when you're sailing or working on it (the varnish over the epoxy will last many years before refinishing is necessary). This cover is substantially more complicated that a typical cover in that it covers the transom and has a suspension system that keeps it from sagging and holding water when it rains a lot. Next is a mast transportation sock to contain all of your halyards and vang apparatus. You can make one of these or buy one from this website.
The second row picture is of the spinnaker sock. It is available for about $160.
The next picture is the launcher throat and pole ring. You can buy these pieces complete or you can buy the foam interior and build your own throat out of carbon/kevlar and s-glass. Purchase pricing will be posted soon but you should expect to save about 75% if you build your own (about $80 in material).
The next picture is of the rudder cassette / tiller. You can buy this or you can make it for about $150 in materials.
The next picture is the bow/ forestay fitting.
All of these parts are available, so contact me for a source if you opt not to build them yourself. PDF's are available on this website for some of the parts and other will be written as time permits
These are new methods that have been tested long enough to be considered good. Some of these are self explanatory. Others will be covered by future PDFs and still others, you'll need to come to a clinic to learn how.