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JB Cornwell what about your 18"?
|Author||Topic: JB Cornwell what about your 18"?|
posted 02-21-2002 03:09 PM ET (US)
Hello JBC, I just wanted to publicly ask about the progress of your 18' outrage. How is it going? What did you figure out motor wise? I'm curious.
posted 02-21-2002 03:10 PM ET (US)
Sorry that should be "what about your 18'?"
posted 02-21-2002 03:25 PM ET (US)
Thanks for the clarification. When I saw the thread I was thinking JB was a pretty lucky guy.
So JB...Maybe career in the adult film industry? :)
posted 02-21-2002 03:57 PM ET (US)
Just don't reference a photographer...
posted 02-21-2002 04:07 PM ET (US)
Sub: That was funny... timing is everything.
posted 02-21-2002 04:09 PM ET (US)
Was just thinking, Poor Nick. He has had a tough week, electronically speaking. Hang in there Nick.
posted 02-21-2002 04:16 PM ET (US)
Good one SB!
I'm going home:(
posted 02-21-2002 07:15 PM ET (US)
The hull: Turned out to be undamaged. Barnacles have been cleaned off.
Repaired the rub rail, but still may replace the insert with tan to highlight the teak.
All of the rail fittings need replacement or replating.
The drowned Yammy 130 got carefully cleaned, a new set of Carbs, a new motor for the T&T and is now running. To be reinstalled in the next couple of weeks.
I am still in the market for a 115 or larger 4 stroke at an unrefusable price. Having cash should help there. I may wait for the Yammy F150 or I may put a Suzi DF140 on her.
Have acquired a Garmin 162i, a Uniden 1020 VHF, an Interphase Sea Scout scanning sonar, A Ritchie Navigator and a derelict Yammy 9.9 4s kicker. All to be installed after the engine is on and the teak has been restored.
Still in the market for:
If you are expecting her to become a marina queen you will be disappointed. She will be complete, sound and clean. I am a fisherman and she is a fisherman's boat.
Thanks for your interest.
Red sky at night . . .
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