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I love the classic old boats. I love the wood. If you have lots of time and the money/resources, it would be a lot of fun and really rewarding. My concern is the time and resources. But hey, a boat has to touch you. If it does, who cares about the time/resources, right?

What happened to the C380?

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They certainly would touch you, right in the hip pocket.
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