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Old 01 March 2005, 12:07   #1
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New Avon 620 coming together

Went down to the dealer who is puting together my New Rib, apparently it will look much more together tomorrow...... anyway here's some pics of it so far.
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Look like good seat pods Richard...who is doing the fit-out?
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Look like good seat pods Richard
Thanks, should look smart when all in, as they match the tubes

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who is doing the fit-out?
Pacer Marine in Farnham
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looking good!

boat looks good as do the console and seats, keep us updated!!!!! jonathan
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Your new boat is looking very smart when do you get it in the water
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Your new boat is looking very smart when do you get it in the water
I am collecting it on Friday and out on it all weekend literally...... will post some more pics at the early part of next week.
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hope the weather improves for you.

where will you be heading for
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Hi Richard,
Hope to see you and the new boat when I bring my Avon 620 down to the Solent later in the year.The layout of your new boat looks good, sometimes wish I had gone for the jockey seats.
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That console does look good on the avedtures. i saw one a while back and it lokked much nicer.
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Couple more shots, one of the A-Frame and one of the consule. Incase you are wondering why the writing 10/1 etc has been written it is because I have been know to change my boats reguarly and they were taken the P*** by having a sweep stake as to how long I was keeping this one!!!
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