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I recently lost my sanity... er began a complete keel-up restoration and refit of a 1968 Hinckley Pilot 35. I would love to find someone that has an excel spread sheet containing a list of systems and projects for either a new build or refit/restoration so I donít have to completely reinvent the wheel. While I am very excited about this project, the task of merely making a list of all the necessary projects is daunting. I know that there are books and articles I might reference, however having a spread sheet that has already been used successfully would be very helpful.
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there is an article in the winter 06/07 boat works that goes into this very subject. good luck
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I bought an '81 Sea Sprite 28 last spring and am also doing a complete restoration/refit. My to-do list is approaching 100 items, and I've organized them in an Excel spreadsheet. Unfortunately, this forum doesn't allow us to attach xls files (unless I'm missing something). I could email it to you, if you like.
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I'd suggest to make your own list as you dismantle the boat. There will be components that are fine as is, components that need to be cleaned and refinished, components that need to be rebuilt, and components that need outright replacement.

A generic list may or may not fit your situation well, but you won't have any idea of the work required on each component until you yank it out and have a close look at it.

If you don't already have them, get a thinking chair and a clipboard. At coffee breaks write down your latest discoveries. Your list will create itself.

Have fun!

Tim
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You should check in with the Plastic Classic Forum -- a lot of guys doing the same as you: http://www.triton381.com/forum/
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I just added my spreadsheet to Google Spreadsheets...

http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?k...RBaITrJqT2BJXg

Rick
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You might gain some good ideas from other Pilot owners by checking out the Hinckley Pilot Owners Association. See the fine print at http://www.hinckleypilot.com for an email address to contact to get on the mailing list and get pointed in the right direction.
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