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Why is there a car in the boat house ?
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That puffin IS nice. It would be cool to get the larger rowing model and glass on a long shallow keel, which I have good experiences with, and a mast step. Then make a sprit sail and spars and rudder, for it.

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A Maine Whitehall looks very similar
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100-4, 100-6 or early 3000?
The car, not the boats.
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This might be a one off, that's a sabot logo on the sail



Oldtinker.com has this boat, it's a 8 foot dink and it is a sabot sail rig but...............
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This might be a one off, that's a sabot logo on the sail



Oldtinker.com has this boat, it's a 8 foot dink and it is a sabot sail rig but...............
That's it. That's where I got the image. It has a sabot sail, but he seems to imply it is not a sabot. I thought he wasn't sure what it was. Is it a sabot?
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No. It's not a sabot. They are prams. But that is the boat. Thanks for the link. I had forgotten where I found the image and couldn't find it. Now I can contact them and ask if they know, if nothing else.
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Jack is correct. That is not a Sabot. It's far nicer looking than a Sabot.
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100-4, 100-6 or early 3000?
The car, not the boats.
I wish - I wight be able to fit in one of those! That's my wife's toy and the little sister of the A-H models you cited, the Sprite. It's a 62, the first year after the "bugeye" version.
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. Now I can contact them and ask if they know, if nothing else.
Yeah, like I said, it could be a one off boat/kit boat and the builder used a sabot rig.

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