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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 19:14 #7291

Howdy,

Beautiful ship...er, BOAT. A Vagabond that small could hardly be called a ship, so beautiful boat Mark! ;)

Imagine the fella that finds a "Meteor" out there in a barn somewhere. :o It could happen.

Sincerely,

Troy

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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 18:55 #7289

She's in good hands now. Can't wait to see the finished project. Is that a spray bottle from Dads stripper on the deck?

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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 18:04 #7285

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Beautiful! Congratulations.....

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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 17:35 #7284

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Couple Controls, Cables, Ends, Manuals, Chocks, Bits, props....Not a lot. I'll explain.

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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 17:29 #7283

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Looks like a great project to follow in the RESTORATION section.
What else did you come home with?

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Day 1 1947 Vagabond 20 Aug 2012 17:11 #7281

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JR and I got back last night from Rochester. What a great weekend. In tow was the 47 . What a beautiful sleek stealthy ship she is. In good shape all and all. Keel damage up front. No biggy. I started to strip her this morning and the lines reminded me of another historic ship fit for a queen. The ship is stellar and when launched will be know as the NABOO !




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