Lock lessons for vintage Chris Crafts… Fender protector for the rail, two fend…

Lock lessons for vintage Chris Crafts… Fender protector for the rail, two fenders flipped down, lock line on the breast cleat flipped over only the front of the dock cleat (so we can unhook by just pulling forward if needed and just let the line drop in the water), both engines in reverse position but at idle. When not in use lock line lays along the edge of the boat toe rail. Easy peasy for two people, Albert can do it alone. #MissMarianne





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  1. Jeffrey Clark
    Jeffrey Clark says:

    Taffrail protectors were in use on my parents big Connie when it was new in the early 70s “careful of the bright work was a family motto:-) ( my dad got a kick out of your post) thanks!

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