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Old 22 August 2013, 17:42   #1
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Before and after (bargain) Humber sib

By this stage I had already cleaned the tubes, painted the floor, Dowelled redundant holes in the transome, and bolted the launching wheels through the transome instead of just wood screws into the transome.

Rather trhan bore everyone I will let the photos do the talking

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For some reason my computer keeps locking out if I try and upload more than a couple of photos so will have to add more.
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Old 22 August 2013, 17:47   #2
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Old 22 August 2013, 18:03   #3
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spare fuel tank and cover

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I am going to try and download the last three now
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Old 22 August 2013, 18:20   #4
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Hope you are still awake lol

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Just need to change the Blue spray dodger support for a Black 1 (I know picky ) and then I think I am just about there
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That is a sweet ride you have there, what sort of money did it cost you?
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That is a sweet ride you have there, what sort of money did it cost you?

Thank you,

375.00 with 2 stroke 25 hp Mariner fuel tank (with 5 gallons in) and a few bits n bobs.

All explained in my thread "4 mtr Humber sib ebay any thoughts/adice" thread posted on 4th july this year (sorry do not know how to post a link to it .)

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Thank you,

375.00 with 2 stroke 25 hp Mariner fuel tank (with 5 gallons in) and a few bits n bobs.

All explained in my thread "4 mtr Humber sib ebay any thoughts/adice" thread posted on 4th july this year (sorry do not know how to post a link to it .)

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Thats was certainly a bargin, i didn't realise you a thread i will have a look.
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looks superb well done
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Gosh that is a bargain. Well done. Lovely looking boat and motor for that sort of money - I'm guessing you put a new prop on the motor, as it looks brand new? The motor alone could be easily sell for more than what you got the whole package for!

I'd possibly consider getting rid of the old fuel in the tank though, although 5 gallons is a lot to waste - if its been sat in there a long time then it might just cause you issues in future
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looks superb well done

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I am very happy at the way it has turned out still work to do the rubbing strake needs alot of work to sort the places it has come unstuck and to clean the old glue off where its beeen over applied, you can see in the second photo along the sides of the strake, but that will have to wait for now.
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