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    Default Anybody recognize this design?

    Nice looking double ender (?). No affiliation, but I'm curious.
    https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/b...502466156.html
    01010_9TDy1ZSvKoHz_0t20CI_1200x900.jpg

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    Looks like a steal.

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    I'm thinking a Swampscott Dory type. I believe there's a hint of a narrow transom in one of those shots. Also appears to be riveted solid planking, not ply. Compare with this link.
    -Dave

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    I also think dory. There's a double ended one pictured in the Dory Book I think.
    Looks like a great deal.

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    I'm guessing the person does not know what he has, judging by the way the halyard is led and the snottie is tied on.
    This is my hometown and I should have a peek, but I'm having a hernia surgery tomorrow ....and I need no mo botes.
    b

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    Yikes. Good luck with the surgery Bruce. And ever body needs more botes.

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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    I agree it looks like a deal. And I think the ID guesses are in the right neighborhood, of not spot on. Are you seriously considering snagging it?
    David G
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    Default Re: Anybody recognize this design?

    David G...nope....but I spotted it and it piqued my curiosity. Like Wiz, I don' need no mo botes. Unlike Wiz I don't need surgery! Good luck Wiz!

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