sea nymph v13

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just listed today .Been given permission to sell and upgrade. Price negotiable.

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Originally posted by Pcj Pcj wrote:

just listed today .Been given permission to sell and upgrade. Price negotiable.

Nice and tidy boat Paul should sell easily.
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What you going to but PCJ?
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Originally posted by smudge smudge wrote:

What you going to but PCJ?
Seen a nice 16ft hornet in Taupo
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Wow ... my first ever boat.

That was over 50 yrs ago so the boat featured appears to be
in remarkable well kept condition.

The vinyl covered ply floor & timber in the then seating construction was prone to
breaking down after a number of years but are relatively easy to replace or renew.

The steering system back then was rope & pulley which was common in those days
but left a bit to be desired. However given the condition this example is in would
expect those minor drawbacks would have received attention ... I note the original
seating has been.

Would I buy it ?

Hell YES & am sorely temped to do so. 
If your nose runs and your feet smell then you are built back to front ... but quite welcome on the forum nevertheless !
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Originally posted by bazza bazza wrote:

Wow ... my first ever boat.

That was over 50 yrs ago so the boat featured appears to be
in remarkable well kept condition.

The vinyl covered ply floor & timber in the then seating construction was prone to
breaking down after a number of years but are relatively easy to replace or renew.

The steering system back then was rope & pulley which was common in those days
but left a bit to be desired. However given the condition this example is in would
expect those minor drawbacks would have received attention ... I note the original
seating has been.

Would I buy it ?

Hell YES & am sorely temped to do so. 
Steering is cable,electric start/tilt.Mounted swivel to existing seats,was going to go pedestals but didnt want to cut holes to mount.. No soft spots in floor or transom. Came from taupo.
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