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Old 26 December 2018, 00:46   #1
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No such thing as a dead Rib

Thought this may interest a few,
Purchased this old beast early on in the year with full intention of restoring it,

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Old 26 December 2018, 00:52   #2
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Old 26 December 2018, 00:58   #3
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Old 26 December 2018, 00:59   #4
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Massive transformation and looks like lots of work. Well done.
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Old 26 December 2018, 01:00   #5
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7 mtr destroyer
New deck
Colour change to hull
Under deck trunking
Under deck fuel tank
250 egg whisk
Trailer full refurb brakes bearings and specialised paint
Tubes by Ribtube (Edd. Carter )

Not a bad revival we think
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Old 26 December 2018, 03:38   #6
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More of a resurrection than a revival! Nice work
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Old 26 December 2018, 05:36   #7
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looked like a lot of work, but what a great finished rib.
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Old 26 December 2018, 06:15   #8
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How you do the hull colour change?
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Triggers broom Ed
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Old 26 December 2018, 07:53   #10
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Well done! It looks to have stayed pretty much nice and dry, those mahogany longits still good and chunky.
Nice in the white and grey.
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Old 26 December 2018, 10:21   #11
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Amazing great result well done
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Old 26 December 2018, 12:58   #12
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thats a shitload of work you've done to that well done how many days were in that
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Old 26 December 2018, 13:15   #13
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Some work in that, great result
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Good work.
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Where's the screen Ed?
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Wow....just how much of the"original" boat is left....great job
How many hours on the transformation?
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Triggers broom Ed
I was just thinking that.....


What sort of cost for a punter to have that sort of work done?

Guess more than I can afford...but significantly less than a new equivalent spec boat?
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Beautiful job!
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Excellent to see old things brought back to life
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Old 27 December 2018, 04:36   #20
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Sorry for delay had problems logging in. Weird!

Been working on it ten months on and off,,
But I would say the following is about right

9 days replacing deck
7 days sorting hull and re coating it
2 days blasting and painting trailer
Day fitting brakes bearings etc
3 days meddling with console seats a frame tank
Day fitting engine running cables etc
Day on final wiring

Lot of down time letting things cure and my work commitments stopped me carrying on
Waiting on various items


Thing of beauty well worth the grief
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