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Sailor3356

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  1. Old outboard motor question

    EBay has the motor parts catalog for sale: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Pennys-Foremost-3-5-HP-Outboard-Motor-Parts-Catalog_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ26453QQitemZ4548921507QQrdZ1 You can always get it and see. I havn't seen that one but I have seen air cooled outboards, they are good for salt water.
  2. needing photography help

    JeffM Try ezthmb its a program to change the size of the picture for use on the internet. If you can't find it just send me a message and I'll get it to you.
  3. Weekender fenders

    Have you tryed hanging them from the dock. I had the same problem with mine so I hung them at an angle from the dock and stopped the problem.
  4. Great Lakes Boatbuilding's winter class

    Hay Greg, do you get the boat to add to your boat yard when you get done.
  5. Government - Ugg! - Don't build a weekender in UTAH

    For all the national debt, don't you kind of wonder were all the money went. Funny how they measured your boat, never heard of them going from anywhere then the length at the water line. But if they can make some more money I'm sure that they will do it. Just don't tell them here in Michigan, the governor would jump at the chance. I don't see many water cops, but some coastguard. That only when you come in from the lake. It used to be if you didn't have a motor on the boat then you didn't need to register it but like you said going into other states is a problem. Kind of like taxation with out representation, but the repersentives are the ones taxing us. Abut all you can do is lobby with allot of other boaters and make them sweat, have your wife go. lol
  6. Boat #7 is in the yard now.

  7. I don't even have a lisence and I can drive

    The Vector does look interesting. Where in Michigan are you located? Wyoming, Michigan. But I sail out of Muskegon.
  8. I don't even have a lisence and I can drive

    How about The Vector, I started to make one for my kids but ran out of money. Bad year for projects. http://www.stevproj.com/SpecPurp.html
  9. Missing People

    Must be spring, Let the boat building and rework begin.
  10. Irving Johnson.

    Ouch, so much for his license. I would have thought he would have had the engine on stand by. I leave mine running when sailing in, you can never tell if the current or some smart operator may cause you to make a fast move. If you hear any thing else on the damage can you post it. I'm very limited on what information I have been able to get.
  11. Irving Johnson.

    I have been following the story, and see that they now have the ship in for repairs after freeing it. My question for any one that was there. Did they ever set the anchors? I would think they would, but it doesn
  12. The Vector

    I think the hardest part of the Victor is the narrow beam. The models that I have made seem to topple very easy if I make it to scale. If I add more beam it works better. Now to try it full size. :shock:
  13. New Links Page

    Nice job, I love the humor link.
  14. Where am I? EEKKSS!!!!!

    Wow it looks like my backyard.
  15. Isn't THIS cool?

    This a cool link, I look forward to seeing the ship completed.
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