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Old 01-06-2011
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It's all over now. . .

Well, I did it. 23' Ranger, 1975. Gonna rebuild the grabrails and companionway frame, and needs some work on the wiring, but I managed to rewire a 1971 MGB and I don't think anything in the history of forever is wired as badly as those little buggers. If anyone's in Vegas, and needs to get away from the lights and clangs of the machines, let me know!
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Congrats man! Got some pics?
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Where do you sail in Lost wages ?
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Where do you sail in Lost wages ?
In the sea of Debt!
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Lake Mead, about 25 minutes south-east of Vegas. Figure I've got at least two years of sailing before the lake is dry. . .
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LOL! I hear ya I went and looked a 3 different boats for sale there , trouble for me was there is no where else to go ..
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i just picked up a 74 ranger 23 and can not find the HIN any ideas where it would be?

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Might be that HIN was not required then. I had a Bristol 22 from 1970 and it didn't have one either.
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