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Old March 21, 2019, 12:50 PM   #51
F. Guffey
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Titanic got a slash and down she went (bulkhead did not go the main deck (another technical water term) and or the slash cut too many compartments open.
Fantastic! I know, I will have to 'try' to explain that one to you also. And the Titatanic did not have to sink.

I need to sell the head, I believe the wife has enjoyed it all she is going to. I will post a link. I will add a link to a Brown & Sharp 39" height gage 'Precision Center'.

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