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Subject: Re: Seamaster 25 Admiral Windscreen

Mike (Doolittle)
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Date Posted: 19:03:27 22/05/2014 Thu
In reply to: Daniel Nash 's message, "Seamaster 25 Admiral Windscreen" on 21:18:17 28/12/2011 Wed

Over 20 years ago my Dad replaced the wooden windscreen frame with one that would fold flat in order to get under Osney Bridge (The lowest navigable one, I think!)

He used stainless steel piano hinges and neat overlaps to ensure it remain waterproof. Each pane of glass was flat but toughened and easy to obtain. The side glass lifted up and folded down on top of the flattened halves of the windscreens.

I'm happy to share some photo's via email; mike at willowside dot net.

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