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welcome to sailnet, poorboat. not sure if i can find another shoe, but will have a look see. where you located? would also like to see some pics if possible, of your jewel. tad did an excellent job on his, mine's not as pristine as his, but it don't take much to make'em a beaut........
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That is a fine shot of your obviously well maintained craft, I am in Morehead City NC and have finished building a new rudder but lost the rudder cup somehow(#%&$) Any assistance would be greatly appreciated, will try to get some pics up as soon as i feel worthy
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this is what she looked like a year ago when i found her....
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quote from poorboat:
"will try to get some pics up as soon as i feel worthy."

suggestion poorboat, if she makes you happy, then its the most beautiful ship afloat. it makes NO difference what anyone else thinks. just remember to mix lots of love with your paint and all of your labors endured on her. the end result will be a masterpiece.

still looking for you a shoe, any luck on your end?
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I may have to get the shoe fabricated as i have not had any luck otherwise, I looked back through some "before" pics of my boat and they should be suitably impressive as far as improvement goes. currently finished deck paint and working on reinforcing all stanchion/railing bases. Has anyone replaced windows? What is difficulty level? Plexiglass? Looking to be back in water by Sept...cheers to all
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i'll bet smoke tinted plexi would look great. don't think will be much trouble for someone who loves what their doing......
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