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cosmic12

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I have 2 hulls that need new homes. Way to many projects and need the space.
#1 1960 Magnolia. It will need transom and floors but a nice start to a neat old Finn boat.
 #2 is a very late Arrow Marine Sidewinder. Again floors and transom. This is the real thing and not a splash.
No trailers for either and bill of sale only N.Y. doesn't title anything this old.
I have $150.00 into both and am not looking to make money just want a good home for both.
 Bring a trailer and make an offer, Please I really don't  want to trash these as they are very worthy of restoration. I can be contacted at cosmic12@verizon.net

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Thanks for the post, Cosmic12.  I have forwarded this topic to Dave Albertson at Glassics Online.  You should perhaps register at the New York based site and re-post this there.  It would be good if one of their members purchased the Magnolia and could keep you informed about the restoration.  That's a really nice project boat. 
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Thanks Bob! We've got the info, wasn't aware of the Magnolia though?
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I am a member there and have a ad in the Glasifieds, I am also on the Custom Craft site as I have 2 of those also.
Thanks,  Mark
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CC, the 64 Tiger Ray is gone. If you know anyone that is interested in the Magnolia please send them my way.
 I understand the Sidewinder really isn't for most around here and I have also posted that on scream n fly.
Thanks Bob for the site great info and I would love to walk around your collection someday.
Mark
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