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The cables still needs sorting out38 views
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The bedford 330 engine, 165hp 6 cylinder engine67 views
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Rubbish and wooden floor removed from the engine room, the new bulkhead on the right38 views
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Rubbish and wooden floor removed from the engine room39 views
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Rubbish and wooden floor removed from the engine room55 views
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Entrance to the engine room, bilges looking cleaner40 views
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