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Aft Deck Coloring156 viewsI removed the fuel tank's vent cover to reveal some nicely colored wood and tan deck lines... Oddly, below under the deck the backing block has been replaced with a 2x6 (construction grade)
Port Transom Intersection133 viewsAn extra Plastic thru-hull was added for a bilge pump.
Starboard Half of Transom135 viewsAnother shot of the aft section showing some of the fuel tank support.
Transom121 viewsInside the transom and some of the lifting hardware
Starboard Transom Intersection139 viewsFuel vent thru-hull fitting...
Fuel Tank134 viewsLooks like other garwood fuel tanks I've seen, original? Probably...
Aft Starboard Bilge135 viewsMousie must not have liked this side?
Aft Port Bilge125 viewsApparently Mousie's main house... The Battery was kept back here
Aft Bilge117 viewsA couple extra pieces of wood cover the keel back here... There is some sort of water pickup back here plus an electric pump with some high tech heat resistant wiring to go around the exhaust pipe...
Under the Backseat113 viewsLooks like some mouse was living the life back here...
Starboard Stringer127 viewsThe main stringer looks kind of flimsy... (1" thick) Those "sistered stringers" removed early may have actually been meant to be there. Perhaps like separate engine logs? It seems red oak was a bad choice here... (It's spongy)
Starboard Bilge110 viewsThe bottom has had a few patches...
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