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Daniel Reynolds11/08/2014 13:57:46
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Hi Guys,

I acquired this interesting old boat 12 years ago with the idea to restore it. Since then its been in the loft of my house cracking to pieces.

I am looking for any information on the design of the deck so I can rebuild as it was.

Originally it had a petrol engine inside which I have removed in the intention of making it electric. I fear a petrol engine will rip its rather frail woodwork to pieces.

Below are links to the pictures:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/126788259@N02/with/14699148159/

Dimensions

width - 310mm

Height - 160mm

Length - 990mm

 

Many Thanks,

 

Dan

 

Edited By Daniel Reynolds on 11/08/2014 14:15:43

harry smith 122/03/2015 11:10:48
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1306 photos

Looks like an old cabin cruiser of some type going by the vee marks on the deck and the fore hatch.

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