Flea market

John K
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Flea market

Postby John K » Sat Oct 11, 2008 8:58 am

Not sure if people are interested in any of these items but I will bring them if I get any responses.
- single level control for Merc. Came from a 80 something 50 HP. cables are frayed, but shifter works. No key available for built in ignition switch.
- 12 in Ryobi Planer works good. It is about 15 yrs old, but plenty of life in it. Just bought new Dewalt.
- couple old bullet style cleats, similiar to Chris Craft style, but off another make.
- prop off merc cruiser I/O. may fit other boats.

May have some other small items to bring.

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Postby BruceDow » Sat Oct 11, 2008 1:07 pm

I'm in "sellin'" mode, not "buyin"... so I'll add to the "available" list.

- Miscellaneous chrome deck parts (torpedo cleats, nav lights)
- "old school" floor transmission shift lever
- Clamshell deck vents
- Bronze strut
- RH prop (about 12x13 or so)
- etc.

As John said... I'll bring it if people are interested...
Bruce.

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Postby Bill Edmundson » Sun Oct 12, 2008 2:15 pm

I'll bring STUFF.

Bill
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Postby Dave Grason » Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:23 am

I'd sure like to take a look at any torpedo cleats ...... if I can afford them. This is the style that I've been wanting for my Zip.
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Postby upspirate » Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:52 am

Hi Dave....Long time no sea!!!

I bought some new off e-bay vender a few months back

if I think of it,I'll bring them to the Gtahering & see if that's what you want & if I can find the vender again.

Warren

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Postby Lewis Barrett » Fri Oct 17, 2008 12:15 pm

Bruce,

I may be interested in your deck vents.

David

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Postby Fabricflyer » Fri Oct 17, 2008 8:12 pm

Would anyone be interested in sailboat masts?

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Postby Dave Grason » Sat Oct 18, 2008 8:06 pm

naw, not really. A mast would make my Zip pretty top heavy. :P
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Postby kens » Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:04 am

Does anybody want some pieces of 3" 409 SS exhaust tubing?

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Postby BulldogBoater » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:07 pm

I came across a West Marine shutting its doors and selling everything at incredible discounts. I bought far more stuff than I need just because it was so cheap. I realize I won't get to some of it anytime soon.

If there is enough interest, I can bring a pretty good variety of namebrand paints - both topside and bottom paint quarts for $10 apiece. I think I have still a new outboard bracket and assorted other parts also.

I don't want to make money off fellow boat builders but I would certainly not mind recouping some of my outlay.

KB

p.s. Check your local area, West Marine is shutting 40 locations.
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Postby gaffrig24 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 5:42 pm

I could use some paint, got any green ablative? Maybe some off white topsides paint as well. I'll have to see what I can dig up to do some trading as well.

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Postby John K » Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:04 am

I could use some paint - blue or red topside.

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Postby BulldogBoater » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:13 am

I thought it might be easier to put up a list of what I can bring:

$20 quarts
Interlux Fiberglass Bottomkote ACT- Blue - 4 quarts - This will be fine on a wooden boat IF you fiberglass the bottom. ($62.99 at West Marine)

Quarts $10
West Marine SeaGloss Pro - Sand - 7 quarts
Interlux Bilgekote - gray - 2 quarts
Interlux Brightside - Yellow - 1 quart
Interlux Brightside - Light Blue - 1 quart
Interlux Brightside - Grand Banks Beige - 2 quarts
Petit - EasyPoxy - Red - 1 quart
Petit - EasyPoxy - Pearl Gray - 1 quart

$5 quarts
Petit - Easy Poxy - Bittersweet Brown - 1 qt - NOS - discontinued color
Interlux Toplac - Rochelle REd - 1 quart

Bottom Paint Gallon - $30
Interlux Micron Extra 2-part Bottom Paint - Red - NOS - 1 gallon - This is amazing paint - discontinued item


Z-Spar MonoPoxy - Red 1 gallon - $30 This is older paint but I bought 2 gallons. I opened one and painted a Tubby Tug. It is excellent paint with a beautiful finish in a never-opened can.

Tempo Inboard Spray Paint $3 each or 2 for $5 ($13.99 retail at West)
Chris Craft Blue - 3 cans
Crusader Blue - 2
Volvo Green - 5

Tempo SternDrive/Outboard Spray Paint $3 each or 2 for $5
Johnson Evinrude White - 1971-1979 - 1 can
Evinrude OMC White - 1968 - 84 - 1 can

I think I'll just load it all up in the back of the Volvo and roll on to Guntersville. I am always open to trades.

Thanks,

KB
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Postby BruceDow » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:54 am

put me down for some of that Chris Craft Blue. (assuming that's what's on my engine right now)
Bruce.

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Postby John K » Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:57 am

Bring what ever red and blue top paint that you have either in quarts or the gallon.


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