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Wille posted 06-07-2002 08:57 AM ET (US)   Profile for Wille   Send Email to Wille  
I made mahogany from specs on this site. Learned about steering, shifter cables (control box) set-up from this site, fiberglass repair, gel coat, paint selection and methods all here from this site.

One fellow sent to me a rub rail and would not take a dime for it or the shipping. Unbelievable fellowship here.

She has been splashed, Christened "Beatrice," and made one wife super happy as it was her secret anniversary present. My wife is on her every spare second and loves the boat!

THANK YOU ONE AND ALL FOR YOUR ADVICE, SUPPORT AND GENEROUSITY!!!

Clark Roberts posted 06-07-2002 09:33 AM ET (US)     Profile for Clark Roberts  Send Email to Clark Roberts     
Wille, you are twice blessed: Once with a beautiful classic Whaler and twice with a wife who loves it also! Happy Whalin' to you and Beatrice! Clark.. Spruce Creek Navy
jeff38 posted 06-07-2002 02:01 PM ET (US)     Profile for jeff38  Send Email to jeff38     
WOW, you broke the code... a wife that loves the boat!!!
Where did you find the specs on the mahogany parts you refabricated? I need help in that dept. - Jeff38
David Urban posted 06-07-2002 08:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for David Urban  Send Email to David Urban     
I just bought a classic 13ft whaler for $50.00 Actually, two of them. I'd love to see pictures of your restoration project before I start mine. If you get a chance post a few.

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