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stagedamager last won the day on May 3 2013

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About stagedamager

  • Birthday 06/09/1980

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    Langley Mill

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    Company Director @ Langley Mill Boatyard
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    Oak, Ash & BCN 1645
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    Langley Mill

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  1. The fore end over plating along the chine doesn't look very good. Doesn't seem to follow the shape whatsoever.
  2. And there was a queue! We do have a K2 if you wish to buy one....
  3. I believe the OP is now keeping the k2 in the boat Kind regards Dan
  4. Hi Nati, forum members hughc and tom_c are great with Kelvins, and have just done a full rebuild on a K2. Kind Regards Dan
  5. They're ok if you blowtorch the fins..... At that point it's a lot of money for spares, as most 2 pots go for 400 ish, so you're buying a paragon box for 1100 quid, and no raised hand start either. As an aside I keep spares if people ever need them! Kind Regards Dan
  6. its been on for a while, having dropped by at least 1k already. the issue is that it doesn't have a marine bell housing, rather a plate with small gaps drilled to SAE PCD to bolt onto the leading edge of the fan shroud, and therefore massively limiting the airflow, so will run very hot. That and missing it's electric start which isn't that much of a deal breaker, but blocking air on an air cooled engine may be! Dan
  7. Effingham is a cracker, with the work done by Dev and, previously by Pete and Derek at Langley Mill Boatyard, she probably is one of the best conditioned historic boats out there.
  8. Good luck! I believe there's quite a few to choose from.
  9. There is a drawing in the archive at Ellesmere port showing masts and stands arrangements for this. Simon Wain and the guys at Brinklow are worth a shout. I have a small Woolwich drawing which shows the elevation but not the rest. I have just completed the running gear for Corolla, and, I think there are a few bits which aren't truly authentic, I believe the box mast may be slightly tapered and with tapered metal bands which tighten as they hammer down. Hope this helps Dan
  10. Paul Barber was On the Gravel, he may know in fact I'm sure he would.
  11. Aah but it also has a wheel for when the bottom is too close to the top to assist passage over underwater obstructions.......
  12. Don't panic. We won't charge extra.
  13. I had some drawings on order from Laurence when he sadly passed. Wherever his collections end up I hope they will be as accessible as possible, as otherwise, as mentioned they become just another dusty box. I totally agree with Sarah and Pete that they should be with like minded people not just "on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying ‘Beware of the Leopard"......to quote......
  14. We have a K2 for sale.... Buy one half and we'll bung the second pot in for free..... Might need a slightly bigger engine bed though....
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