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Old 10-12-2021, 12:25 PM   #1
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Heyy this is an awesome site and group happy to have found it i will definitely be in need of the collective knowledge advice and experience in this group as i have just bought my first boat which is a 1949 hudson and bergeron mahogany hulled trawler with duel ford lehman 6 cylinder engines in her and its definitely alot of boat but i enjoy a challage and im a quick study im enjoy building furniture and have fixed up a few old motorcycles so i am confident i can adjust to the learning curve
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Awesome! Please post some pics!
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Houde and Bergeron, maybe? Those are gorgeous. Was it the one listed in Iroquois? A lot of livable space squeezed into her length.
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Old 10-13-2021, 12:24 AM   #6
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Houde and Bergeron, maybe? Those are gorgeous. Was it the one listed in Iroquois? A lot of livable space squeezed into her length.
Yes exactly that one do you know if more than one exsits
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