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Old 03-11-2018, 06:35 PM   #5181
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Been looking at this one for awhile now..
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Old 03-11-2018, 06:44 PM   #5182
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FRP = fiberglass reinforced plywood or wood of any kind. It's becoming very popular in the quick and dirty DIY plan built boats. If I get to build mine, it will be plywood skin on frame and encapsulated in fiberglass and epoxy for waterproofing.

It was becoming popular in the 60s 70s

80s was strip plank, usually western red cedar sandwich with double bias and or uni cloth and epoxy on either side.
80s to 90s saw foam, and balsa also used as a sandwich
Now its the same as the 80s and 90s but throw in kevlar/carbon/basalt fibres and nomex and nidaplast cores.
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Old 03-11-2018, 06:46 PM   #5183
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Been looking at this one for awhile now..
Wester red cedar strip plank sandwich
Nice


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Old 03-11-2018, 08:05 PM   #5184
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This showed up at the Marina in Long Beach MS last week. Reportedly a 1929 Trumpy. New Owner took delivery about 10 days ago in La. I couldnít find it on yachtworld. Les Bon Temps Roulez. (The Good Times Roll)

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This showed up at the Marina in Long Beach MS last week. Reportedly a 1929 Trumpy. New Owner took delivery about 10 days ago in La. I couldnít find it on yachtworld. Les Bon Temps Roulez. (The Good Times Roll)

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What was the approx length? 80Ft?
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Old 03-11-2018, 09:41 PM   #5186
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Some of these old boats look like prime material for movie sets.
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Dan I’d estimate well over 80 feet.
Perhaps 115’
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Dan Iíd estimate well over 80 feet.
Perhaps 115í
Think you are close Eric, I'd guess 120 like the WW11 CG cutters.
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Dan I’d estimate well over 80 feet.
Perhaps 115’
No doubt. It has fine lines. Sadly we will never see the interior.
I'll bet it is beautiful inside. Lots of nice wood.
That's the kind of boat that make the crew wear iron white uniforms.
A long boat with a relatively narrow beam.
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I donít know. Someone(at the marina) said it was 70í. Looks longer to me. Itís the T head at the end of my pier. I will go pace it off tomorrow.
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Wester red cedar strip plank sandwich
Nice

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Is the price $450k or $45k???
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Old 03-11-2018, 11:28 PM   #5192
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You guys are good. Made me go look. Lol.
Paced off 115í. Could easily be 120í.
Also questioning whether itís a Trumpy.
Or even a 1929 vintage for that matter.
As I said, I couldnít find it under these criteria in Yachtworld which I find odd given that it was supposed to have been sold just two weeks ago.
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This one is 80' also says 80.6' and 86'.
https://classicyacht.org/classifieds...onville-la-usa
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The secondary URL is interesting but alas, no interior photos.

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The secondary URL is interesting but alas, no interior photos.


Click on show more on this page and there are several interior photos.

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For those thinking of using C-Flex you will learn to love your sander and fairing boards if you want it to look nice. I have built two C-flex boats so am a little familiar with it. There have been a ton of wood work boats covered with it on the gulf coast.
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Click on show more on this page and there are several interior photos.

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Nice..... where do they put the ER pics?

Over all, this is the kind of boat that needs to be appreciated by sitting in the salon quietly and admire the interior then move to the pilot house to do the same.
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Nice..... where do they put the ER pics?

Over all, this is the kind of boat that needs to be appreciated by sitting in the salon quietly and admire the interior then move to the pilot house to do the same.
That statement resembles a gal I once knew - well!
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That statement resembles a gal I once knew - well!
Do we want to know the story behind that comment? LOL
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Privately - Maybe!! LOL
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