Severe fiberglass transom damage

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    That is the 19' Hornet, I think 19 degrees, and what those CC sterndrives were using.
     
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    nice boat. what is that metal thing on the starboard side. between the leg and the tab.
     
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    Not sure what that appendage is. The hull though, was a thing of beauty.

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    Brendan, that old boat you had, appears to be a "cut down" version of one of those old Donzis, not the Hornet though, but the stylists went on holiday about the time it was conceived !
     
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    lol. that cabin was pretty ugly. i was told the donzi classic was the model they took the mold off.
     
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    there was an actual donzi classic. thats what it was called.
     

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    There are few Donzi classics, just looking around the web, various sizes, and they certainly are a low-slung style of boat. Seems like "mission impossible" to be putting cabins atop that.
     
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