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Old 04 June 2016, 07:59   #31
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The f70 is an awesone lump. Tuned version of the f60. But the same weight.f70 all the way if i were to make that decision.
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Old 15 August 2016, 05:23   #32
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A few more pics of the restoration
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Old 15 August 2016, 05:25   #33
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Old 15 August 2016, 05:28   #34
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All done!
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Old 15 August 2016, 05:39   #35
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Nice results, this has me thinking trying to fix up my 440 Hurricane this winter.
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Brilliant job!!
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Old 16 August 2016, 04:42   #39
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very nice Matt one question does the off set helm give you any problems underway i see it leans a little to starboard not a criticism as i see why you have done it [more room to walk ?]

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