I have those in Oxford getting me some photos. I did have a couple left on my chip from pre-vacation that I could share. This may be boring, but here is the custom battery box being painted. While cutting a bearing out of a shaft tube Tom, being clever like he is, adapted a reciprocating saw blade to fit in his jig saw so he could get the length he needed. My, necessity is the mother of invention (and not Frank Zappa) The bow thruster motor was installed in the 46 which is now over in Oxford getting some last minute jobs taken care of. I’m not sure what that is on the motor but I’m pretty sure it is not OEM>
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