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post #10 of Old 07-30-2009
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I'll tell ya, I love Kettenburgs, they're beautiful boats, there are 100's of ketts still here in SD, many have been restored to original beauty and if YOU can do it, you'll have a peice of classic art, however, having said that, I have to agree with CD, the Kett may not be the best choice for your first boat, the renovation and upgrade cost may cause hardship with your admiral and crew and that there could be a dream killer

1955 Blanchard 51 Custom ( I got a woody )

1974 Ranger 33

Lord, give me coffee to change the things I can change and Rum to accept the things I can't
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