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Hell's Bay Darkside Association Thread, 2000 Whipray Restoration in TribeNwater Boats; Originally Posted by Flytyn They still look cool stripped of everything. Timeless design. No kidding. The Whipray has great lines. ...
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Old 07-21-2014, 10:20 AM   #51 (permalink)
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They still look cool stripped of everything. Timeless design.
No kidding. The Whipray has great lines. It really shows when the skiff has been stripped down.
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Start with quality, end up with quality.
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Start with quality, end up with quality.
No question.
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Looking good!!!
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Looking forward to more pics. Keep them coming. These are better than a new skiff build.
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It looks like some magic is about to happen at Glasser Boatworks.
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Probably the last time that boat sees a claw hammer resting on it.
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Probably the last time that boat sees a claw hammer resting on it.
I am sure hoping so.
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:30 AM   #59 (permalink)
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And the repairs have begun. Its really nice to see that Jonathan uses foam core to patch each location keeping the skiff as light and strong as possible.
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Boat is looking good! Enjoying the update pictures a lot!
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