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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 16:20 #70787

While designing your floor keep in mind that you may have rivet work to do underneath it. I've see a few Vagabonds where the floor was in panels and each easily lifted for access.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 14:25 #70783

THANK YOU scoot!!! Those photos are worth a million!

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 14:20 #70782

Locomotion wrote: Speaking of wood, how is the transom wood on your boat?


Loco - the transom wood is shot. Photos below. But I will worry about that later. Im starting with the floor and working up. I learned yesterday that the bulkhead was ripped out too, which explains why I could never figure out where y'all were talking about factory installed flotation material. It's all making a little sense now.



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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 14:12 #70781

VinTin wrote:

seaforrest wrote: I have been re-inspired on my boat!! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

Question on type of plywood for floorboards. Marine grade? Pre-treated? Regular ol'? Let me know before I buy materials.


A floor isn't needed to get that ship on the water. I don't have one in mine but then i am a minimalist who enjoys the feel of rivets underfoot.


I am NOT a minimalist and I would like to continue maintaining my un-riveted feet. And if you might recollect, I broke my ankle a year ago just falling off a curb. So......YOU might not need a floor, but I need a floor. AND a cute boat.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 14:05 #70780

Speaking of wood, how is the transom wood on your boat?
“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” Maya Angelou

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 07:58 #70778

seaforrest wrote: I have been re-inspired on my boat!! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

Question on type of plywood for floorboards. Marine grade? Pre-treated? Regular ol'? Let me know before I buy materials.


A floor isn't needed to get that ship on the water. I don't have one in mine but then i am a minimalist who enjoys the feel of rivets underfoot.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 03:02 #70776

Simple frame. For storage. Not traveling.
56/7 Vagabond 1, 57Clipper

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 02:53 #70775

Never assume I know anything! Thanks Boatboy.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 02:49 #70773

You are going to need to make some kind of frame to hold that cover up in the middle. Otherwise, it will just pocket and fill up with water when it rains.

You probably already knew this.
John

1958 Vagabond II & 35 HP Evinrude
1955 PlastiCraft 12 Ft. Delux Runabout
1957 Clipper & twin 35 HP Evinrudes
1957 AlumaCraft 14 Ft. FD

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 05 Feb 2017 02:21 #70772

This should fit right? My finger is on the BUY IT NOW button.

Good God Almighty! I didnt mean to post that so largely.

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