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  1. #1
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    Default Celery Top in Brisbane

    Greetings Woodies,
    a few years ago I acquired over 2 cub mtrs of well seasoned CT. I use it frequently in furniture & marine use & have developed quite an affection for it. However I have more than I will ever use & would like to sell about 2 cub. mtrs or less. I am open to offers.
    Details: very close grain, small, tight knots - very few. Mostly 5mtr lengths - various sizes. Some 3mtr x 100sqr.
    Classic boat lovers note the boat pictured is "Gloaming" - built in 1916 by Holmes of Sydney. In the 1930's Holmes was involved in the notorious "shark arm murder!". Cruising the broadwater on her is quite an experience.To see vids go to
    "
    www.youtube.com/user/DeanSibleyAntiques
    If you wish to contact me in person details available at youtube site.
    Cheers & happy cruising.
    Kiwi.
    If God had wanted us to sail in fiberglass boats he would have given us f/glass trees! - from a plaque on board Gloaming.
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    Default Would swap some CT for runabout

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwihumidor View Post
    Greetings Woodies,
    a few years ago I acquired over 2 cub mtrs of well seasoned CT. I use it frequently in furniture & marine use & have developed quite an affection for it. However I have more than I will ever use & would like to sell about 2 cub. mtrs or less. I am open to offers.
    Details: very close grain, small, tight knots - very few. Mostly 5mtr lengths - various sizes. Some 3mtr x 100sqr.
    Classic boat lovers note the boat pictured is "Gloaming" - built in 1916 by Holmes of Sydney. In the 1930's Holmes was involved in the notorious "shark arm murder!". Cruising the broadwater on her is quite an experience.To see vids go to
    "
    www.youtube.com/user/DeanSibleyAntiques
    If you wish to contact me in person details available at youtube site.
    Cheers & happy cruising.
    Kiwi.
    If God had wanted us to sail in fiberglass boats he would have given us f/glass trees! - from a plaque on board Gloaming.
    Will consider swapping some for trailerable boat - OK if wood or f/glass repairs needed.
    Over 3 yrs ago I put a few damaged boards of CT on the lawn to go to the tip. Finally lifted them to find no termites or rot!
    Cheers,
    Kiwi

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