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Old 04 March 2007, 17:00   #1
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Pac 22 on ebay.

Pac 22 on Ebay
Just in case anyone fancies one.


(I don't like the look of that trailer)
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Old 04 March 2007, 17:16   #2
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Trailer looks like one of those CAN ones. Does it come with the mascot on the bow too Cheap enough,

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Old 04 March 2007, 17:22   #3
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It's a CAN trailer-I just asked him. It looks like the roller supports are bending in one of the pics.

I'd have the boat despite that if I had the cash lying around though. I like Pac 22's.
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This is rather nice: http://www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk/view/F125825/

I rather fancy a p22 at some point.
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I had a thought in one of my less lucid moments- I wonder if it'd be practical to retrofit a small cabin to one? Just big enough for 2 people to sleep in.

There's times after a hard day out that we've been so knackered we've spent the night in the car rather than drive home. It'd be nice to be able to anchor somewhere for the night instead.
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I had a thought in one of my less lucid moments- I wonder if it'd be practical to retrofit a small cabin to one? Just big enough for 2 people to sleep in.
I have a plug for that very purpose available at a very competetive price
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I had a thought in one of my less lucid moments- I wonder if it'd be practical to retrofit a small cabin to one? Just big enough for 2 people to sleep in.
Now as my yacht broker (Jimbo) has revealed it is quite possible. Indeed before SHMBO bought me a very nice speed boat that exactly what was going to happen to Old Spice. There is sufficient room to build a v berth in the front and install a loo under the deck at the front too. However you will have to be quick becase the first dry day we have the plug is going to be torched.

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