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88 Starflite

Your in luck. Found pictures of the entire restoration. I copied the pics of the reconstruction of the transom, stringers floor and bow eye block.
Unfortunately the files is 80 MB large. I'll need to have my IT buddy put it in a Zip file. Can't estimate when that will happen since he is out of country right now.
I used West Epoxy instead of resin. All structural glass was 1708. Floor was covered with CSM.
When Mike (son of Checkmate founder) saw my resto info he asked me if I planned on mounting a pair of 300's on it, He claimed I got carried away. I probably did, but was confident it wouldn't break. That is why Mr. Determination (from this forum) wanted to buy it. He did some racing in the Chesapeake Bay and I think in the Atlantic Ocean off NJ.
I was just informed I can’t compress pictures. I’m going to try and make contact with Chris the forum owner and see what I can do through the forum. He may want to have the information available on the forum for all members to access.