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gamble posted 06-22-2003 11:30 PM ET (US)   Profile for gamble   Send Email to gamble  
I'm new.
Are these available for purchase? I'm assuming they are copies of old BW catalogs. I'm attempting to restore an '88 Sentry 22, and could really use the orig pics.
Thanks,
Dave Gamble
DJS posted 06-23-2003 08:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for DJS  Send Email to DJS     
gamble,

You should really look at the forums and learn a little more. Your question was answered on June 16, in the General forum.

http://www.tomclark.com/whalercdrom.htm

jimh posted 06-23-2003 09:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
The SENTRY model was a commercial grade product. They tended to be custom made for each buyer, so the precise original appearance of a particular boat might be hard to establish.

I think the foredeck and windshield are aluminum on that model.

Tom W Clark posted 06-23-2003 09:15 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
DJS,

Thank you for trying to help Dave Gamble but you should really check any URI before you post it. There have been some other recent "dud" links to my web page and it only adds to the confusion. A link to my web page exists in my User Profile and, of course, one can always simply send me an email to place an order or get more information.

Dave,

You can find the details of the Catalog Collection and how to order a set here:

http://www.tomwclark.com/whalercdrom.htm

gamble posted 06-23-2003 11:05 AM ET (US)     Profile for gamble  Send Email to gamble     
Thanks to all for your help. I will indeed, study up.Point taken. I've already noticed that if I spend time searching instead of posting, most of what I need to know has already been discussed.
Jim, the foredeck and windshield are indeed aluminum, with a small base or trim piece of Teak or Mahogany along the bottom of the windshield frame. That ought to be fun to refinish!

Tom, the order for the CD's will go out today. I think I recall that there were, back in the day, pics of Commercial models in the catalogs, and perhaps I can glean some insights.

Thanks again for the help.
Dave

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