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Subject: Seamaster 21


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Stuart Bambridge
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Date Posted: 04:23:12 24/10/2012 Wed

Hi everyone,

I have just brought an old Seamaster 21 in need of some serious restoration.

As I need to buy a trailer to pick it up, I was wondering if anybody could tell me the approximate weight, so that I buy one that is up to the job?

Also, it has a makers serial number of 1065 - is there a way to date the boat from this?

I look forward to potentially joining the club as soon as I get her home, as I'm sure it will be worthwhile.

Thanks in anticipation...

Stuart

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