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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division \"wood\"

    My Windy's plastic but the interior is teak, so much so, that it looks like a bank managers office! Does that count?

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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division \"wood\"

    Nice to recognise a man in his prime! (..and the boat too)

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  3. #13
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    Default Only two then!

    Looks like just "Englander" and "Hermees" then, and me when I get out my cheque book again...finally...whenever.

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    Default Re: ccscott\'s boat

    no, cscott's boat is actually made of structural high-tensile varnish. The wood is only there underneath as something to look nice, i think.


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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division \"wood\"

    My boat got lots of wood in it, but not that manky raw wood like in a gnarly old tree. Proper plywood. In fact, since it's from Italy or germany or france or somewhere on the continent, it might even be genuine "conti-board". Posh eh?

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  6. #16
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    Default Re: ccscott\'s boat

    I daren`t strip the varnish off, it might fall to bits!! Same as I did!

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  7. #17
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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division \"wood\"

    I've got TWO large piles of classic British firewood. Sorry non-diplacement though.

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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division "wood"

    Your credibility quotient is still pretty high, plus you get bonus points for keeping two, and I admit they are wood even if a tree wouldn't recognise them!

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    Default Re: ccscott\'s boat

    Every old tart needs make-up

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    Default Re: Motor Boat Chat, sub division \"wood\"

    Can I join the splinter group?

    As per Blue Blazes, wood, but not displacement.

    I reckon I've got more epoxy holding her together than CCS has got epifanes...



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