Identification - USA boat

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Re: Identification - USA boat

Post by Ancient Geek » Sat Jul 03, 2010 12:25 pm

Sorry it has got to me. I don't suppose its a bastardized Snip? Not the first decent boat to be made all yachty and heavy!
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Re: Identification - USA boat

Post by Ancient Geek » Sat Jul 03, 2010 12:26 pm

Snip read SNIPE. Thinking about the upcoming epoxying of my C3-5 vertabra!!!!
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Re: Identification - USA boat

Post by Michael Brigg » Sat Jul 03, 2010 11:01 pm

Ancient Geek wrote:Snip read SNIPE. Thinking about the upcoming epoxying of my C3-5 vertabra!!!!
At the risk of being accused of tasteless thread drift, David, Is this not an ideal opportunity to test the forums opinion on use of natural vs synthetic materials? :lol:

What's the chance of sealing in the rot!! :wink: :wink: (...but as long as it's noble I don't suppose you'd mind!) :P
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Re: Identification - USA boat

Post by Ancient Geek » Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:04 pm

I am told I will just pick up my bed and walk, no waiting for the screws and plates to settle down, they let it set and stitch you up, droop a collar size or two which will save a fortune next time I am in Jermyn Street!
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