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1932 Hereshoff 34 - reborn

This showed up at our lake (state park just north of Pittsburgh) a couple of weeks ago.

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1932 Herreshoff FI 23 Crusader restoration pictures by jehutchisonjr - Photobucket

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fantastic restoration! Kind of work I like to be involved with.

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My last project!
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My boat is sold!
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Unbelievable. Beautiful work!

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The pumpkin is a nice touch.
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Vey nicely done. How long?

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Sorry, but for some reason when people link to pics in Photobucket, I can never get them to pull up. Am I doing something wrong? Do I have to set up an account? I just want to see the pretty boat pics.
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Sweet.

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Vey nicely done. How long?
34' loa, 26' at the waterline

3 1/2 years
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Sorry, but for some reason when people link to pics in Photobucket, I can never get them to pull up. Am I doing something wrong? Do I have to set up an account? I just want to see the pretty boat pics.
Hi Nate, sorry you are unable to pull up photobucket. You might peruse their help area:

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Good luck, this journey is worth the view . . .
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Now that is a "YARE" boat.

Wonderful...absolutely Beautiful!
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