It's the guys with four or five milk jugs on the mast top I give a wide berth to. They do have strong bones, though.
You do get the added bonus of being able to sing the song...
Aquafinn my friend --
don't you start away uneasy
you poor old sod, you see, it's...
I thought the same. But I guess with him cleating the main, it was a viable idea in his estimation.
That's a harrowing video to watch. I prefer a heavy keel on The Bay. Like an IOD. My 'fish is for Bodega Bay up the coast a bit.
I'm tempted to buy a second Sunfish just to get the accompanying trailer.
Interesting, the Craftsmen era projects reflected the same philosophy, they would often design in an intentional "flaw" in a project to convey...
Not clear from the thread to date if your bow handle backing block is reasonably intact; if it is, you might consider my solution...
I'd give the bleach a try. May do it with little to no effort. (Looks like a sweet, vintage 911 is hiding behind your 'fish.)
I have one of these. Most useful for handing to people and seeing how many of the 20 "tools" they can find.
$20! That's the cost of a martini 'round these parts... :(
Nice shop. (drool)
Roger that. I've buffed out a test patch and it doesn't seem slippery, but the real test of course will be on the water.
That's how I'm restoring my hull/deck, seems the 3M folks designed the product to not be slippery, YMMV.
You need to post the images on the internet, and then use the URL (image address) to post them here. You copy the address from the hosting site...
Suitable for framing! Patent US2772648 - Automatic boat bailers
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