Rear starboard view.
Port front view.
Starboard front view.
Inside view of old framing and bottom.
Another inside view.
Front deck view.
Rear port view.
Turn over jig installed.
Front turn over jig.
Rear view of boat upside down.
Front view of boat up side down.
Starting to rout off the bottom to determine what needs to be replaced.
Port side bottom removed.
Port rear corner with bad wood in the chine and transom.
Rear view of bottom removed.
View of bad frames.
Another view of bad frames.
Steal brackets that some one installed as a repair.
Removing bottom transom plank and rear transom frame.
Laminating new rear transom frame.
Front view of bottom removed.
Removed back 12 inches of bad engine stringer.
Another view of bad engine stringers removed.
New stringer and frame ends being glued in place.
View of new starboard parts in place.
View of port new port parts in place.
Gluing in a new piece of the port rear corner frame.
Rear corner in place.
New transom bottom frame glued in place.
New ends on starboard side frames glued in place.
New ends on port side frames glued in place.
Front view of side frame repairs.
Port rear view of new frames installed and new keel made.
Starboard rear view of new frames.
Port front view of new frames installed and breast hood removed.
Starboard front view of new frames.
Fitting new side plank port side.
New bottom transom plank installed.
Front view of first layer of plywood being fit.
Rear view of first layer of plywood being fit.
Port rear view of first layer of plywood glued and held in place wit tempory fasteners.
Front view of first layer glued in place.
Starboard rear view of first layer glued in place.
Glue being applied between first and second layer of plywood.
Port rear view of second layer of plywood glued and held in place with tempory fasteners.
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