Joined: 17 Oct 2012 Posts: 763 Location: Spain and any large patch of water.
Posted: Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:43 pm Post subject:
Youve made a great job of the restoration.
Wish my boat looked as neat as that.
Alan _________________ AA S410F.
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Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:04 pm Post subject: Re: (No subject)
that is a top effort there girl well done, I got gifted a 16' SBP (I believe that means sports boat platform) in other words a old James Bond style speedboat (no engine) needed work on steering column and twin mounting rack needed modding to take twin 250 Yamaha OBMs, all cables and flutes needed replacing and I didn't have a clue about boats. Got half way through my dry dock repairs and one disgruntled RLC soldier (I was ex infantry and PT Corps) decided to go put holes in every caravan and boat at the yard on camp where my boat was stored DEVISTATED all my dreams of giving it large in a motorboat went out of the window.
Always fancied having a boat could say im well jealous but well done excellent job
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