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Old 25-02-2011, 08:28   #16
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I'm another one who thought it was a Grampian 30.....
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Old 25-02-2011, 08:40   #17
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Re: Who wants to take a shot at this one...

OK, now we have worked out what your photo is,
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senormechanico : It's a snowy pasture with a couple of cows in it.
Can we try to identify this one?
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Old 25-02-2011, 08:43   #18
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OK, now we have worked out what your photo is,

Can we try to identify this one?
Some Aussie dude on a nice beach with two bottles of Carib with Lime.... loves painting his toenails...
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Old 25-02-2011, 10:18   #19
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Re: Who wants to take a shot at this one...

In the first photo the cattle are Angus... Beef cows..... Yummmm!
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Old 25-02-2011, 11:06   #20
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OK, now we have worked out what your photo is,

Can we try to identify this one?
you are so very cruel...but my time will come!!
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Old 25-02-2011, 11:12   #21
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I'm another one who thought it was a Grampian 30.....
If my old eyes don't deceive me it isn't the Grampian because:

The keel is more swept back and
it has an outboard in a well OR a partial skeg hung rugger.

But the general outline and port arrangement are similar
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If my old eyes don't deceive me it isn't the Grampian because:

The keel is more swept back and
it has an outboard in a well OR a partial skeg hung rugger.

But the general outline and port arrangement are similar
yes it has a skeg rudder...otherwise looks like hunter?

next week I will stop and have a look...hopfully talk with owner...we will know.
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Re: Who wants to take a shot at this one...

Looks to me like someone who shoulda been driving with both hands on the wheel wasn't driving with any hands on the wheel....
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Re: Who wants to take a shot at this one...

The one on the right is a Hereford-Angus cross. Can't tell what the other is.
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The stern is not Grampian . Looks more like an O' Day to me. But if it's anything it's sad.
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The stern is not Grampian . Looks more like an O' Day to me. But if it's anything it's sad.
Hey ... cows can dream too! You know the pasture always greener on the other side of the bay.
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I say its a hughes or columbia??

sure has the hull shape of a hughes, he made a model with similar ports.

ps. I kept one hand on the wheel and both eyes on the road
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Took this photo while drivin on the highway...did not have time to focus...what is it?
Columbia 28 or 31, 28 more likely.

The stripe makes me think of Cal's.
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I'd also vote for a columbia hard aground.

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