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Show off your resto project.

After seeing Bristol321's before and after pics, I'd like to see some more.

Show off your restoration / major refit project, finished or not.

Here's mine, with a few small details left to do this spring, but sailing anyway.
Purchase day:
http://groups.msn.com/baylinerbuccan...o&PhotoID=2189

Ready for launch:
http://groups.msn.com/baylinerbuccan...o&PhotoID=3905

Start to finish pics:
http://groups.msn.com/baylinerbuccan...as.msnw?Page=1
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Wow, that was seriously serious. Kudos to you, I couldn't go that far unless it had some sentimental value, er, I mean was worth a lot of money.
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Not finished yet

Okay, not finished yet but here ya go!
all new bulkheads, forward bulkhead extended to port, custom garage made cabinetry.
first pic is day she was purchased for $2k, Sorry for pic quality but taken with phone cam. And yes, Nimfy has put on a few pounds in five years








two small pics courtesy of trailer sailor member, thank you
Oh Yeah, one more thing. depending on which direction the sun reflects off of the hull, it looks like this or that


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While your honesty in saying this is commendably, I'd seriously have to question your intelligence...and your survival instincts.
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Wow, that was seriously serious. Kudos to you, I couldn't go that far unless it had some sentimental value, er, I mean was worth a lot of money.
When I was boat shopping, I looked pretty hard at a Cheoy Lee. I thought it would need too much work to get it back on the water. Now I have a Bayliner that I did twice the work to, but is worth (on a good day) half as much. If I knew then what I know now......
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And when you buy your next boat, you'll probably do it all over again.
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here's a few shot of my 1965 Pearson Vaguard. She has been in my family since 1969 . I was 4 years old we we got her. I've spent the last two years doing a complete refit.

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well. I give up.. I keep getting "upload error" messages. I must not have enough posts for pics..
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well. I give up.. I keep getting "upload error" messages. I must not have enough posts for pics..
You have to set up a photobucket account (or similar). The image uploading feature on sailnet has never worked. Once you get an account, put your pics on it and copy the pics image codes and paste.....viola
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