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Restoration includes wooden deck and hull stripping to bare wood, gouge repair, epoxy coating and full repaint, and refinishing of all original wood components (sanding and revarnishing deck, tiller, rudde/rudder handle, daggerboard, mast and mast step), rubrail replacement.
Restoration includes fiberglass hull cleaning and stopcock repair, drying of waterlogged foam flotation, new deck paint, and refinishing of all wood components (sanding and revarnishing deck rails, tiller, rudder, and daggerboard).
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Snowbird LULLY is a 12 foot cat-rigged racing dinghy, hull number #344 built by Dorrance McClure in Costa Mesa, CA in 1952. The Snowbird was designed in 1921 by E.B. Schock as a racing trainer for children, teenagers, and women. It became an official racing class in 1926. A slightly modified version became one of four one-design classes competing in the 1932 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. LULLY raced in the 1954 Flight of the Snowbirds regatta in Balboa Bay, CA, and likely other Flights as well.
Restoration included hull paint, deck paint, and revarnishing. LULLY is named after my wife, and is her personal boat.
Restoration included fiberglass hull cleaning, deck paint, and refinishing of all wood components (sanding and revarnishing deck rails, tiller, rudder, and daggerboard).
Restoration of this home-built Greenland-style kayak includes wooden frame repair and new hull and deck paint.