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Old 07-12-2016, 09:31 AM   #10
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Craig there is very little mentioned about the hull timbers, (ribs) planking and Deadwood keel which would be massive in that boat. Also, carvel planked boats like her need to be "wet" if allowed to dry out like she is now, the planks begin to shrink paint cracks, caulking (cotton) and seam compound may need replacement. But if you want a wood boat the PNW is the place to ne!
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