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CS-36M keel saga update

We finished the keel, the rudder repair, water heater install, buff and wax, old name and reg removal and are doing the last coat of bottom paint in the morning. I figured a few pics were in order.

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23 year old, barnacle encrusted prop after I was done this morning:



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We launch her on Friday and will post a few more when she's all cleaned up.

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David is not going to leave that blinking fixed prop is he?!?!?! NO NO NO! Your 6 sec a mile race credit is not worth the fixed prop! You lose way more than 6 secs a mile! oh man! grumble grumble............The main US distributor in Lynnwood must have rebuilt Maxx prop or two around that will work..........

Otherwise, she look nice! Looking forward to her being across from my E50 slip in E49!

Got the nav desk installed last night, put the light where you mentioned, 12V power below AC circuts........looking pretty nice!

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Well, many jobs completed and she launches on Friday.







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Beautiful work! It'll be very reassurring to have all that done.
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::Notices hailing port::

Edmonds! Used to live there many moons ago, until I was... 2nd grade? I can still some things in great detail, and remember going to the Sound to watch for clams to squirt and to dig after 'em on the beach. I don't like to eat clams, but it sure was fun to watch for the squirt and dig.

::waxes nostalgic::

Purty boat, too! Very zoomy looking and very nicely painted. Love how it looks.

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She's got a very nice interior as well. I like the boat personally.

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