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Just to say hi, I purchaced an 1981 Irwin 37 cc which was sunk and am going to rebuild it. Will try to post updates and will be asking lot of questions. I am a project person, build an exparimental aircraft which I have been flying for seveal years, owned a couple of sail boats in the past (Catalina 30, Columba 26) but this is the biggest. I am an electronics engineer and will be happy to answer questions that field if I can.

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