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  1. Genius

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    Monarch has been delivered. A million and a half things to do, lots of nidacore and I intend to continue with it through the modifications....unfortunately I have zero experience with the stuff, learning curve ahead.
     

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    Cool.

    Is it a Repco?
     
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    It's a '60, '61, '62, '63, '64, '65, '66, '67
    '68, '69, '70 americanized novi. (johny cash...)

    greenwood/northern bay blend the 32 Morse Cove
     
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    Is that the boat that was for sale in Ellsworth?
     
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    in that area, wasn't in Ellsworth
     
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    gotcha! sweet boat! Good luck with the rebuild!
     
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    Always like finding surprises like this. While prepping the bottom for paint, found some wood planking/grain/fastener marks picked up from the mold.
     

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    Why make a fancy mold for a work boat? It gives it character! :D I thought you were going to say that a hole in the bottom was repaired with wood planking! :eek: Cool boat project you have there. Were you running this boat before or is it new to you?
     
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    It is new to me. The imprint is from the original mold. My Jarvis Newman has some planking visible also in the keel area next to the deadwood, not as detailed as this though.
     
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    New socket for the haul line poured yesterday
     

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    What is she going to do when finished?

    Scalloping? Oyster?
     
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    moorings
     
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    Cool looking rig you have there. Is that a Hathaway winch and is that gantry frame hydraulic, ? Nice looking bottom but it must have been a Bit(h popping her out of the mold.
     
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    I'm not sure about the winch. Apparently it is from an old marine railway from Eaton's in Castine. Its old....but works great. Yes A frame has hydraulics also. I would love to get some information on the winch especial what kind of lube to put in the shifting gallery.
     

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    I can try to find out. does it have any markings on it ? Looks like a Hathaway or an old Hyde Windlass. Dang that thing looks like you could pull moorings from 100 Fathoms. :)
     
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    Next time I'm there I'll have a look. I would image anything there would be cast into it.
     
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    Yeah the would be cast in. I'm guessing 30 wt. if the seals are good. But you could use 90 wt. with the gearing in that thing.
     
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    I would think 80-90 wt gear oil in the shifting mechanism

    EDIT: Mud beat me to it.
     
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    Hahaha, I just re-read your post and saw the comment about the 100 fathoms....It is strong, may bring the boat to the mooring if not careful.
     
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    Yep it's overkill for sure. One of those things that you should keep your hand on that leaver and pay attention.
     

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