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Post by mcisaac inc » Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:42 am

:D I am restoring a 1938 19' runabout.For the record, this hull appears to have the green-grey bilge paint as well. The top sides were in very good untouched shape. During the restacking process I noticed the port side to have three screws per frame station ,and the std. side to have four screws per frame station.These boards are indeed book matched. go figure..........markmcisaacinc.com
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Post by drrot » Wed Aug 31, 2011 10:56 am

I've heard of stuff like that often. Old timers claim it was an apprentice on one side trying to keep up with a journeyman on the other.
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1931 Chris-Craft 26' #898 http://www.finewoodboats.com/1929%20Chris26.htm
1929 Chris-Craft 28' #3107 http://www.finewoodboats.com/1929%20Chris28.htm
1947 Penn Yan 12' Cartopper WXH474611
1950 Chris-Craft 22' Sportsman U-22-1532
1957 Chris-Craft 26' Sea Skiff SK-26-515
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Post by mfine » Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:29 pm

Thats BS, cutting corners like that. I would call up customer service and demand a partial refund ASAP!

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