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Old 17-01-2007, 17:06   #1
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A bit squeezy.

These pic's were taken of a cat going into a shed for work at "Allyacht Spars Australia"

Just a bit nerve racking i'd say

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Old 17-01-2007, 17:12   #2
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It helps if you know exactly how large the door is.
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Geeeeeesuz Christmas! That's tight. Think if it were my boat I'd insist on them widening the door a lil' bit huh? Damn, just think they gotta get it back out too!
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I would be worried about the new deck cleates.
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Was it going in or coming out Dave? I only ask because I was down at Allyacht a few months back, and that boat was in the shed, it belongs to one of the guys there. It has been painted since I saw it, so this pic is obviously more recent than my visit.
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This was the first pic in the series, so I assumed it was going in.

Could be wrong, I have been before, but your story sound's like she's coming out to play.

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Yeah, looks like launch day isn't too far off. I better get out and do some work or mine won't be getting any closer!
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now thats whats I call a alley cat...sam
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