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Wayneman posted 12-22-2001 01:53 PM ET (US)   Profile for Wayneman   Send Email to Wayneman  
Good day all. Does anyone know where I could obtain plans for the wooden center console and bench seat for the above boat? I am thinking of duplicating both in good wood and brightwork like the original now that I have gained employment with a boat company. Any input would be greatly appreciated!
DanT posted 12-22-2001 05:54 PM ET (US)     Profile for DanT  Send Email to DanT     
Wayneman, I built a new pilot seat for my Eastport using the original for the dimensions. I don't have plans drawn to scale but I did make a drawing with key dimensions for another member about a month ago. I'll send you the drawing and some photos. Using these I think you can probably build a decent reproduction.
Dan
marty posted 12-22-2001 11:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for marty  Send Email to marty     
Dan would you please send me the same. I have a 67 bare hull. Thanks
DanT posted 12-22-2001 11:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for DanT  Send Email to DanT     
Marty, They're on their way.
Dan
Wayneman posted 12-23-2001 09:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for Wayneman  Send Email to Wayneman     
Thank you Dan. The people in this forum are terrific and it is refreshing to find people who take something seriously.
joem posted 12-23-2001 10:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for joem  Send Email to joem     
Could you please send me any info on the pilot seat and any other information for my 1965.

joem

DanT posted 12-23-2001 10:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for DanT  Send Email to DanT     
I have recieved quite a few email requests for these pilot seat plans. Some requests have been for RPS plans which I do not have. I want to be clear as to what I have. I have some photos of an original fixed position pilot seat from a 1966 Eastport. I tried to include views of all sides so the construction can be seen. I also made a hand sketch of all pieces with dimensions. I think between the photos and the dimensions a decent reproduction could be produced. I built a new pilot seat, rear seat and console for my Eastport fashioned after the original pieces. If I get some positive feedback that the pilot seat photos and dimensions are helpful I could probably be convinced to do the same for the rear seat, console and windshield. If you did send me an email I will get back to you soon.
Dan
sngatlanta posted 01-02-2002 08:55 PM ET (US)     Profile for sngatlanta  Send Email to sngatlanta     
I'm forwarding an email I got from Tom Clark with a set of console plans in a PDF that Carl Zipperle was kind enough to share with him and he was kind enough to share with me.
I've got some other guys sending seat plans and hope to get the seat plans for the console as well. I'll send them to you as soon as I get them. Hope this helps.

SNG

Wayneman posted 01-06-2002 07:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for Wayneman  Send Email to Wayneman     
Thank you SNG. Now is the time for me to do the rebuilds with winter here in NY.

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