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04-14-2008 04:57 PM
buckeyesailor One of them must be hard to live with........I can't imagine divorcing someone over the few little discreprencies of that boat.......
04-14-2008 04:37 PM
Originally Posted by Gramp34 View Post
"Selling due to divorce."

No kidding?

Hehehehe, "no kidding".

Alright -- it looks like we have the makings for an "ultimate fixer-upper" thread.

Post away!
04-14-2008 04:27 PM
Gramp34 You call that a project? I'll show you a project: eBay Motors: Great Project, Build your dream! (item 260228797508 end time Apr-16-08 12:33:54 PDT)

"66 foot Bruce Roberts Henry Morgan, home built in England in 1990"

"We have lived on her for two years with the current interior, though we feel her interior needs to be re-done."

"The galley has cabinents and a sink, no stove as the stove was completely rusted out."

"We began some of the work, this boat could be wonderful for a person who has the money and time to re-do her."

"From fore, there is a v-berth with a "closet" (It used to be a private head.)"

"Great Project, Build your dream!"

"Selling due to divorce."

No kidding?
04-14-2008 01:01 PM
hellosailor Surely the world's largest half-hull model must be worth SOMEthing?[vbg]
04-14-2008 12:20 PM
TrueBlue Apparently, not thick enough.
04-14-2008 12:10 PM
Rickm505 How thick is the hull in a Beneteau 423 anyway. Some of these photos have me scratchin my head.
04-14-2008 11:49 AM
TheFrog I was thinking we could fill in the holes in the hull with some polycarbonate to look at the fishes as we sailed over...
04-14-2008 11:30 AM

I thought this was a new add for "Fold-A-Boat".......
04-14-2008 11:19 AM
Originally Posted by eMKay View Post
Meh. A trip to autozone, some glass, some resin, some hardener, a few cans of spray paint, done. Stronger than original
You forgot the duct tape, bailin' wire, and bubble gum!
04-14-2008 09:20 AM
TrueBlue Yep - and those cushions are VERY classy, just need some Febreze and they're good as new. Must be worth a few Euros . . right?

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