|Jan 25, 2013, 11:32 AM|
Try setting up a Dremel tool with a cutter as a router to remove the remaining deck. Attach it to a plate large enough to straddle the hull without it rotating off the shear. Secure the hull so it doesn't move as you move the router around the shear. Make the hole large enough where you can see the work. I think Dremel makes a tool fixture where you can adjust the depth of the cutter.
|Sep 15, 2013, 10:18 PM|
United States, FL, Indialantic
Joined Jul 2008
that's a sweet boat it should be repaired it would be an easy fix for a modeler.
looks like an older cousin of a venom I own.
PS raced a borrowed vintage Marblehead at the vintage national this weelend and it was a blast.
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