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Re: Fiberglass ..classic??

What sort of claim can made for fiberglass? T

Count the wooden boats still around?
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Re: Fiberglass ..classic??

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ANSWER: I am sure you are familiar with the classic P.T. Barnum quotation....
Except PT Barnum never said it....

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Re: Fiberglass ..classic??

My "classic plastic" is 38 years old. Its going to Block Island early next week to start a week or so long cruise. Luckily me and the Admiral have not had to do all that much maintenance, the PO kept her in "Bristol" condition,

Its all about if you like the boat or not, people restore all sorts of things, it works if it makes you feel happy with what you do with it, thats all that matters.
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