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  1. Hello all, I'm new here and I come seeking help with my latest and probably last restoration I will take on. Over this weekend I will become the owner of Denham Owl. She is a 1970 built Harvey Eastwood 37 Santa Caterina I believe. I used to restore cars in my spare time but became disillusioned by the classic car movement's obsession with values, so turned to boats where everyone just chucks their money into the water! Well, what else would you do with it? There are wiring diagrams with the paperwork labelled: Santa Caterina Mark IV - L.C. Eastwood - Gipsy II Would anyone here know where if possible, I could get access to the original build records and drawings? The main area of concern is with the decking which leaks in several places, and the canopy, which has been sealed shut. I would like to get hold of details of the canopy mechanism before I resort to a large tin opener! The whole exercise will be recorded for my Youtube channel. Recent photo attached, not my photo and for some reason the name has been deleted. Thanks for looking.
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