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Old 05 February 2014, 14:15   #1491
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Now this is me being anal. Over transom bilge outlet. LOL
Likey this lots
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Old 05 February 2014, 14:54   #1492
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Tis done.
Offerd up to lights to show what will happen when the sun shines down on the edge of it,,

Certainly a one off screen. Cnc cut. Mek flame polished and engraved.

All for a good cause,,, been a pleasure assisting,,
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Old 05 February 2014, 14:57   #1493
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Old 05 February 2014, 15:02   #1494
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Nice one Ed, just what I wanted, see you at the weekend
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Old 05 February 2014, 15:06   #1495
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Nice one Ed, just what I wanted, see you at the weekend
Just a recap mate

Silicon black
PVC 94 black for tanks and some scotch brite pads
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Was that it ?
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Got the pads mate,
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Biff, I'm surprised you've had time for tea today. Great work! Can I put some of your photos on Twitter?
Awesome screen Ed, can't wait to see it up close.
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Biff, I'm surprised you've had time for tea today. Great work! Can I put some of your photos on Twitter?
Awesome screen Ed, can't wait to see it up close.
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Hi Helen,

You can also have anything from the facebook page if you want to do the twitter thing, never been on there myself.

Good work
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Biff, I'm surprised you've had time for tea today. Great work! Can I put some of your photos on Twitter? Awesome screen Ed, can't wait to see it up close. :-)
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Sealed bids isn't IMO in the best interests of the Project, or all that have contributed but cannot attend etc. Its a shame that's the way its going forward [/url] ~ 07930 421007
Sealed bids can be submitted in advance - you just need a trusted person not to open the bid before the close.

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We'd just need to time the auction to end while the party's on, and a laptop hooked up to a screen so we could watch the closing bids. . . And lots of folk with deep pockets.
Can't see anything unethical about that.
Perfectly doable. However one of the local auction houses here runs its auctions using a different model from ebay - which might actually be better for something where there are people present too. If anyone bids in the last 10 minutes it extends the deadline by ten minutes - which stops 'sniping' - and should maximise value.

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It's always possible to have a reserve price in an ebay auction, of course.
you can set a reserve on sealed bids too.

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This boat has an added bonus of virtually being unnickable, who in there right mind would nick something so different that nearly every part is recognisable as the MacRib
sadly I think you are overestimating the common sense of the untrustworthy!

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Apparently there is a way to use Ebay, without paying fees for charities.
indeed eBay UK : eBay For Charity - I think ebay need to handle the payment to charity (but will add gift aid) to get complete fees waiver. Does that mean a several thousand pound paypal transaction though? that might be tricky - many paypal accounts have a limit.
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