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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2019 10:40 am 
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From my brothers estate. Reason for selling: I am a Feathercraft K1 guy. Outside Hypalon part of hull in excellent shape with no signs of abration, delamination, holes, cracks, degradation of glues or hypalon from poor storage or care (credit to Nautiraid materials and processes and quality control). Inside of hull in excellent shape. Deck part of hull red, very good condition with slight wear next/near connections (2) of wooden cockpit ring. One frame rib, 3 inches of plywood rib section broken off. One brass frame to frame coupling rivet needs replacing and several (4 or less) have been drilled out and replaced with brass or SS #6 screw/bolts captured with nuts. Frame wood abrasion near wooden frame stretch lever. I can send a detailed photo set of all above mentioned faults in a google photo album link if interested. Side sponsoons held air overnight. Seat both bottom and back held air overnight. I will do one more leak test for air leaks.Comes with 2 carrying/storage bags, spray skirt in good shape, rudder, cockpit cover. You can pick up here or I will ship it to you at your expense. Thanks for looking. Mike


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2019 1:00 am 
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Still available 10 PM Ca time Saturday May 4 2019. Mike


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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2019 1:06 pm 
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Still up for sale. In the mean time I am making a new rib replacement. Repairing a rivet with a brass screw. Fixing a slow leak in one of the side sponsoons. Replacing brass rudder pin/Axel. Ready for a 400 mile in Arctic Alaska Baby!


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PostPosted: Fri May 10, 2019 3:49 pm 
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A friend and neighbor just purchased this for her daughter. Thanks to all of you for looking. It is sold.


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