1962 Seacraft

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WoodRay
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Re: 1962 Seacraft

Postby WoodRay » 03 May 2020, 18:14

It's starting to resemble a canoe. Found some more rot under a previous repair bugger it. A bit more work to go pulling out stuffed timber then I'll start piecing together the broken frames for drawings and templates. Almost time to bust out the crayons!

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Alan
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Re: 1962 Seacraft

Postby Alan » 03 May 2020, 19:36

Mate, Ken would have that finished by the end of next week!!!

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WoodRay
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Re: 1962 Seacraft

Postby WoodRay » 03 May 2020, 19:55

Don't start on me. Ken shamed me into pulling my finger out a while back with a hint in a post on the skiff. The poor old thing looked sad in the background. And besides, you don't want to rush me on this thing. You cant weld wood you know, but I'm not against trying. :D

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Re: 1962 Seacraft

Postby RightyO » 04 May 2020, 13:17

Now the needle has hit 70 i spend more time thinking about it than doing it .( I am refering to working on boats before you start smart A .)

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Re: 1962 Seacraft

Postby WoodRay » 04 May 2020, 13:52

Going by that Ken I must have hit my straps early. 70 and you'd probably out do me most days. Just happy to be on the sunny side of the grass these days.


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