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Author: Wingcoax   Posts: 1   Photos: 4   Subscribers: 0   Views: 184   Responses: 16   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Billings Sea King refit - Posted: 19th Oct 2017
This Sea King was bought me as an anniversary prezzy over 40 years ago and was run up to about 11 years ago when it was stored away in the cellar. Unfortunately we had a flood and as the boat was wrapped in a binbag it could not float out and all systems were wrecked. I now intend to re-fit. As you can see she needs new rails and external fittings.

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Response by AllenA on the 14th Nov 2017
Here's one supplier http://javis.co.uk/index.php?option=com_virtuemart&page=shop...
Response by Wingcoax on the 14th Nov 2017
Thanks guys.😊
Response by Wingcoax on the 15th Nov 2017
Unfortunately the stanchions suffered when the boat was "drowned" in Waste water in the flood and several have broken so will have to replace.