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Old June 5th, 2013, 07:45 AM   #1
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Default 1990 Square nose superjet project hull with title

1990 sn sj project hull with title and current MI registration and stickers good til 2015.

The hood has been cut down a couple inches and the liner has been removed and will be included. The gunwhales have been cut down about 3 inches and I poured some foam and shaped them. The tray and gunwhales are ready for glass, the hood cuts just need to be smoothed up and glassed. The nose cover also needs to be glassed on. The hull has tubbies and footholds already installed. Selling it because I bought another hull and don't have time to finish this one.

Pick up only, might drive a short distance to meet.

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