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After years of reading/lurking on this forum and all the advice I've gleened, I bought a boat anyway. A real fixer upper to boot! She's a 1974 Morgan OI 33. All she really needs is some paint, some carpentry, some plumbing and some electrical work. I want her systems up and squared away; the wife wants her pretty. I would love to hear from any OI 33 owners, especialy any in the Kemah area.
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Congrats, good friends of mine have the same boat, year to I think. Lots of room down below for a 33.

Have fun...and let the boat bucks start flying...LOL!!!!!!
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All she really needs is some paint, some carpentry, some plumbing and some electrical work.
Is that all???? LOL

Congrats.
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Congratulations! Don't forget to get her out and sail her along with the rest of the list.
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very nice.....while they do cost money, sometimes alot, you'll enjoy casting those lines off everytime and forget about the money and sweat!
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Congrats! How about a pic for us?
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