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Thanks S.
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All this is very Cool!

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Another branch of Truck and Tractor Pty Ltd,

33 Bass Highway, Cooee
Tasmania. Approx 1965
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I knew I'd seen the folding boat ...
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No sure I would be game to put a 102 on mine. Maybe a FVP.
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This was one of my early ply boats to suit the C100.
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Every time I see a picture of an Olympic my CSI finger starts to itch, they obviously share some of the Seagull genes, I'd just love to know how many parts are exchangeable.
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It is the state of the art, hi tech magneto that rocks my boat!
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Yes that's a real home made job, but I've seen that before.

So the crank, flywheel & ignition is different, what's the bore & stroke, piston design, threads, lower unit ratio?

Loads of questions Hugs (you're a very attractive young man!)
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You know more about them than l do! I'll get onto it in the next decade or so. I recall the barrell is different seeing mine is rusted out. Been waiting to find donor motor or this one becoming a donor.

Spiro will find one sooner or later as they come from his town.
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