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Old 08 March 2007, 15:06   #1
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My (not so) new RIB

Guess I might be a little busy for a while
Just back with my new toy. As you can see I have a little to do, but at least it fits in the front garden, just! Not a lot of room for two though. Now which shall I use for the week-end
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Old 08 March 2007, 15:44   #2
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That looks superb,:lovely hull, excuse my ignorance, but who makes it??
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Old 08 March 2007, 15:47   #3
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Very nice Ian. Im guessing Osprey but not sure which model.

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Oh please tell !!! damn good trailer as well, have done thousands of miles on mine (dixon Bate) and travels superbly
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This may give you a clue:

http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=13188

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Old 08 March 2007, 18:12   #6
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Yep, 6.5 metre Vipermax, this one has a 200 E-tec
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Oh please tell !!! damn good trailer as well, have done thousands of miles on mine (dixon Bate) and travels superbly
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Having towed it nearly 200 miles yesterday I have to agree about the trailer, and it looks well built as well.
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Congrats Ian on your new purchase

Many happy hours ahead of you building it up to your requirements.

Nice looking etec you have there quite a bit more off set than ours by the look of it .

what colour are you going to do the seats ????


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Congrats Ian on your new purchase

Many happy hours ahead of you building it up to your requirements.

Nice looking etec you have there quite a bit more off set than ours by the look of it .

what colour are you going to do the seats ????


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Yes, those are the two words that worry me, "many" and "hours"
I think that the picture is slightly misleading, but I will check the offset when I can work out how to get the engine lowered
Hopefully not setting a theme, but the upholstery and treadmaster are going to be grey, unless someone comes up with a better idea
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