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Old 06-17-2004, 07:58 AM   #85
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Hey, Silvertwinkie-

Want another Glasspar?
I've got a '66 Flying V-1600; overall shape is decent....well, except for the transom!

Reeeeaaalllly cheap!



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Old 06-17-2004, 08:02 AM   #86
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You ought to hang on to that Glasspar - they are great boats - that's my other project, I'm restoring a 59 Seafair Sedean (Glasspar). That project is on hold while I'm working on the 58 Airstream

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Old 06-17-2004, 08:19 AM   #87
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Well, Ken, that was my plan.

I knew she needed a new floor (but at least it's got fiberglass stringers...),
and I have an engine for it.

But when I started to really check things out, it turns out the transom is shot.
I'd love to keep it as my next project, but it seems I have too many already.

And I want a boat I can actually use this summer.

So I can get a 17' Grady White for $200 from a guy right down the road....it's pretty tempting.

I just won't have space (or time) for the Glasspar, I fear.

My wife and I jusy bought a(n old) house in NY on a tiny lot, so our '62 Avion and our cargo trailer and (soon) the '56 Safari and the Grady white are all taking up residence on my parents' lawn (or in the woods or their backyard, etc). I'm just out of space, and I have too many projects!

Want another Glasspar?
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Old 06-17-2004, 08:31 AM   #88
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Hey, Silvertwinkie-

Want another Glasspar?
I've got a '66 Flying V-1600; overall shape is decent....well, except for the transom!

Reeeeaaalllly cheap!



-Chuck
What motor does it have? Also, looking at the Glassparclassics home page, I don't see a Flying V-1600, there are you sure it's a V-1600?

Inboard? Outboard?

What's with the transom?

Also does it have a trailer?

PM me the info and the price you're looking for...I might do it...not sure, but would think about it.

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Old 06-17-2004, 08:31 AM   #89
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I've promised myself I would not take on another project until I get the Airstream and Glasspar finished.

Grady Whites's are very nice too.
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Roger.

I figured out that your double door coach must have been own by Hugh Hefner!!!!

Bunnies go in front, and then exit out the back......

I could be wrong.

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Zamboni.

Got our sign properly placed in front of our house. I think if I put out a bunch of flamingos of the variety we saw at the rally, I am pretty confident that our real estate taxes will not go higher....

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Old 06-17-2004, 11:40 AM   #92
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Can you mail/post the recipe of that bean salad you made?

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ranch salad...from james beards american cookery

2-cans kidney beans-drained
2-cans white beans-drained
2-cans garbonzos-drained
1 large onion finely chopped
12-green onions-finely cut
2-green peppers-seeded and diced
1 or 2 hot chilies-finely chopped
4-tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and chopped
tabasco to taste
very garlicky vinaigrette

first published in 1972 this book belongs on every cooks shelf especially if you believe in american regional cuisine.....
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Norby, Chef Extraordinaire!

Norby, I HATE green pepper, but your salad was FANTASTIC! How can that BE?


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ranch salad...from james beards american cookery

2-cans kidney beans-drained
2-cans white beans-drained
2-cans garbonzos-drained
1 large onion finely chopped
12-green onions-finely cut
2-green peppers-seeded and diced
1 or 2 hot chilies-finely chopped
4-tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and chopped
tabasco to taste
very garlicky vinaigrette

first published in 1972 this book belongs on every cooks shelf especially if you believe in american regional cuisine.....
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i dunno....
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forgotten green peppers???

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i dunno....
Did you omit them, or did you chop them so fine they disappeared??
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i used 1 green pepper and added a yellow one for extra color....as you no doubt know, you eat with your eyes first.....
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Hi all,
Just got home(Thursday 17th) after spending some time near Peoria with Ellen's relatives.
Want to say that the rally was a blast. Enjoyed touring the various trailers, pigging out at the potluck and meeting a bunch of the Forum folks.
It was neat to be camping among so many Silver Bullets.
We're just a little bummed out at not being able to be at the Michigan rally.
Maybe next year?
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