Wow! retro tri......

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Roly, May 27, 2008.

  1. Roly
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  2. DanishBagger
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    It's cute. It looks like a sea gull.
     
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    The 60s was the era for stylin'. I can barely remember the 60s.....
     
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  6. Roly
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    Ok, split hairs!;)
    I'm still in love. Check the sexy cockpit/transoms.
    Wonder what they sailed like? Speedwise.
    I love the slight reverse sheer.
    My old mono is pining away already.
     

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    Sixties British cats had some of the loveliest reverse sheers ever drawn and built. Too bad it took American designers so long to get with it, we might have had a few designs out there with tailfins! ;)
     
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