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Date Posted: - Sunday - 04/21/13 - 10:31am
Author: keoni
Subject: Hull planking/transom wood type M40's (late 60's)

Anyone know type of wood used for planking on M40's including transom?(late 60's built in Yokuska)

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[> check this out -- Ardi M31 Taygeta #98, - Friday - 04/26/13 - 8:08am

FROLIC M35 was rebuild. https://plus.google.com/photos/103316156363199960141/albums?banner=pwa&gpsrc=pwrd1#photos/103316156363199960141/albums/5149756399996417777

Try to get in touch with Ed Siegmann the owner and ask him

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[> [> m35 hull planking -- ed, - Saturday - 08/ 2/14 - 7:48am

hi there. my planking was mahog. on the rebuild i used old cypress, about the same density as mahog but much more rot resistant.

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[> Philippine mahogany -- Ryan, - Thursday - 05/ 2/13 - 2:28am

I have M40 #16, built in 1967. I was told philippine mahogany planking by the previous owner. Having done a fair amount of work on the hull with a couple experienced boatbuilders, both thought it looked like philippine mahogany, but I've never found anything definitive on it.

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