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Old 12 January 2006, 07:24   #21
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How do we know it is actually his boat though??

I mean he could walk into any boat builders and take some snaps......
Don't start!! The arse has been well and truly kicked out of that line of questioning.
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Old 12 January 2006, 07:51   #22
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Welcome back Huge One! Site quiet without you! I like the spirit of reconciliation. Any pics of your project?
why thankyou, yes i have a few pics of the boat and how she is coming along and will post these probably at the weekend console is kitted out and justfinishing the electrics with the bits purchased yesterday at the boat show
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Old 12 January 2006, 07:56   #23
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why thankyou, yes i have a few pics of the boat and how she is coming along and will post these probably at the weekend console is kitted out and justfinishing the electrics with the bits purchased yesterday at the boat show
Have you done much more Flow Coating?
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Old 12 January 2006, 08:04   #25
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quite a bit and hope to get a my console Glass fibre and flo coating finished this weekend if weather good.

it comes in a nice white colour

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Old 12 January 2006, 14:28   #26
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Some long awaited pics of my invisible boat - the one that is a figment of my imagination!!!

Still some way to go but hopefully not too long???
At last - here's to the big launch!

Hope there's a larger retainer off the bill up till now . . .?
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Old 12 January 2006, 14:36   #27
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At last - here's to the big launch!

Hope there's a larger retainer off the bill up till now . . .?
Made the mistake of paying in full a long time ago......

It was a one off deal though - boat a lot cheaper than it shopuld have been for the spec I wanted!!!
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Old 12 January 2006, 15:02   #28
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Looks well nice. wear ya engines instruments goin with that nice C120 or have u go 4 the E120 in there place. 500lts there is a fair amount of fuel will give ya a fair old trip to run that out. wots that about 105 gals. bet the wood floor had a good part to play in the time taken. nice rib lookin good.

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Old 12 January 2006, 17:28   #29
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ow boy.. what a beast!!! ... nice work pal!!.. lots of pleasure with it
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Looks well nice. wear ya engines instruments goin with that nice C120 or have u go 4 the E120 in there place. 500lts there is a fair amount of fuel will give ya a fair old trip to run that out. wots that about 105 gals. bet the wood floor had a good part to play in the time taken. nice rib lookin good.

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Sadly it's a C80 - couldn't justify extra cost of the 120!!!

Pic doesn't really show shape of console properly as it's all white but the engine dials are over to the left by the radio and canted towards the driver.

Also have a Navman 3100 fuel computer on there lost under it's cover!!!

Yup 105 gallons in real money - a 70 and a 35 I believe.
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