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Chagall

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Chagall last won the day on May 13 2021

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  1. Thing is I dont think it was a "throwaway post" I think you were either hoping somebody might help or suggest that it was perfectly reasonable to ask that "potential tow boat" for help. As others have suggested, unless its a dire emergency asking for a tow just because you missed a winding hole is not reasonable, just as asking a local house for electric to weld your rudder wasn't. Now you are suggesting that it was it only to open general discussion smacks of a get out when you had replies that weren't favourable. If you have no doubt about doing it just get it done and dont make excuses. Good luck.
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  3. You can do it and just think how you will feel when its done. Good luck.
  4. Given that the last thread the lady asked for a tow went on for 24 pages I'd say we have a treat in store!
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  6. I love this and the colour! I also remember being with my Father and seeing the 'Jensen Interceptor' in a showroom in London, we pressed our noses to the plate glass windows for nearly half an hour, what a fantastic name for a car! Never forgotten it.
  7. Okay, now this has turned into great old car pictures, Ill add one of mine. My Father built this 'Fairthorpe' and using a Triumph Herald engine. The black and white image shows it in build and I remember 'helping' and the smell of glass fibre and glue takes me right back! The rather tatty picture shows the completed car, dated sometime in 1962.
  8. On a purely knee jerk reaction and with no experience whatsoever about such a boat I'd still say .... "how wonderfully exciting and go for it just for the hell and the thrill of it" but sensible people will advise 😀 Oh, they did already and Yes she is "gorgeous" Good luck and fair winds
  9. Yes, I supposed it might be, but at another risk of eliciting many sharp intakes of breath I wouldn't be too worried about how it looked! 😉
  10. Possible stupid question alert.... has anybody ever thought about fitting a Velux window in the roof of a narrowboat? I realise the curve would be tricky but I wonder if a frame could be made to accommodate one perhaps?
  11. So it has! I did not know that. 😀
  12. Safe journeys for you, and enjoy.
  13. Sadly, employment requirement means that my particular quarry is likely to get away scot-free.
  14. However they can be slippery, one only has a limited time to land it and the gowk in question might overstay, rendering the catch null and void.
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