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desperately looking for line drawings and plans for the Union 36. I need these to proceed with RCD to import boat into the EU.
Any help greatly appreciated.
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The Union 36 is one of those "stolen designs" ripped-off from Bob Perry and is close to the Tayana37. You might want to download a Ty37 drawing from the Tayana website and with a graphics program do your own ''alterations''
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or http://tognews.com/ftpfiles/ then go to "Perry drawings" for the CT37 and the Ty37 ... and then do your own ''alterations'', etc.
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Did you ever buy and import a Union or Tayanna to Europe? What country are you from? I am also interested in doing the same in the near future.
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Hello bradphoto,
Did you ever import the Union 36 to Europe? If yes, could you give me some details? I plan on doing the same in the near future. What country are you from?
George
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Hello bradphoto,
Did you ever import the Union 36 to Europe? If yes, could you give me some details? I plan on doing the same in the near future. What country are you from?
George
Gvolos,
Save yourself the trouble. Bradphoto only ever posted three times and the last one was five years ago. He's not going to see your post methinks.
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Thank you for the info tdw. I guess I was being foolish for hoping since I never had a reply to my former post.
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Yep bring back old threads is a great way to get new info. As for Union info, I suspect getting plans to be real difficult as each boat seemed a little different. A line drawing is available on the net, I saw it when researching the boat but I do not have a copy. If that is all that is needed you could make one yourself or modify a similar drawing to make it look good enough.
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