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Date Posted: - Monday - 01/28/08 - 8:59pm
Author: Chuck
Subject: Have a look
In reply to: Will, M31 "Salvia" 's message, "Hard Dodger" on - Monday - 01/28/08 - 11:38am

we have a hard dodger (and bimini) with a clear plastic windshield we built ourselves. Have a look at


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[> [> More photos -- Chuck, - Monday - 01/28/08 - 9:01pm

Lots of photos and info on the boat and where we have been with it at our website. It is a Mariner 40 but just a little bigger than a 31. The site is http://sea-trek.blogspot.com/

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