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Date Posted: - Monday - 12/10/07 - 10:13am
Author: Mike Anthony
Subject: Pics of fuel tanks on Tivoli
In reply to: Mike M-40 #61 's message, "Pictures?" on - Saturday - 12/ 8/07 - 11:02pm

Mike,

I have most of the pics at the boat, I probably will not go back down until after the first of the year, at least not uncover and go on board anyway. However, when I do I will some of the pics that I have and email to you. How is everything else coming on your boat. I had to have some hardware for both booms fabricated this past fall. It was the first time that both masts and booms were up. We actually were able to sail her twice. Probably the first time she has been under sail in many many years. Cant wait until the spring...

Mike & Paula
S/V Tivoli

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[> [> [> [> Thanks Mike -- Mike M-40 #61, - Monday - 12/10/07 - 10:39am

Thanks, I can use all the info I can get. Most of the interior was removed when I bought my boat. The engine and transmission will be ready to install when warm weather comes. I'm having a rudder built in Michigan this winter. Got all new aluminum rigging. IF you don't mind, would you measure the distance between the mast for me? Hope you don't mind, It would really be nice to know.
mike


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