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Rebuild of a Classic Maine Lobster Boat.

Discussion in 'General Downeast Dayboat Discussion' started by g9901920, Jan 13, 2013.

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  1. g9901920

    g9901920 New Member

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    Thanks for the complements!
    No, I'm not changing the name, but I am redoing it.
    I'll be sure to let everyone know when I have an official for sale listing.

    Thanks again.
  2. RT46

    RT46 Senior Member

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    yes please keep us posted if you list this beautiful classic.

    I truly admire you for what you have done to this boat.

    I walked by your boat more than once in Yarmouth when it was almost ready for the chainsaw and dumpster.

    I would look and dream about what it would look like restored, but knew it was beyond me and my short arms.

    cheers to you
  3. Patudo

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    Beautiful rebuild, thanks for putting up those photos. Your boat looks amazing and I bet she'd be a really good fish-raiser too.
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    Opcn Senior Member

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    Oh my goodness, that night shot is beautiful! Congratulations on the very stylistically impressive rebuild.
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    g9901920 New Member

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    Thank you all for the compliments!
    I decided to have the deck painted the same aqua color as the hull, it's much easier to keep clean. She's all prepped and running fantastically.
    Thanks again.

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    I do love the single pain wind screen. That has to be the best idea any body could have.
    ,rc
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    Beautiful boat, but we're anxiously awaiting cabin pictures.:D You do realize you have one of the more popular threads in the forum now.
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