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THE TROJAN BIMINI-22
Thomas H. Lineaweaver
November 18, 1957
1 Removable top and face panels for access to outboard engines2 Self-bailing motor well3 Fuel tanks, 15-gal. capacity each4 3-inch foam rubber cushions, removable to install helm seat5 Bunk panel, 6 feet by 2 feet, with stowage underneath6 Helm seat removable to use berths7 Sunshade cabin top takes side and after curtains8 Opening, wraparound windshield for protection and ventilation9 Control panel10 Raised deck11 Forecastle hatch12 Head and bilge pump, hinged cover13 Two seats in forepeak with stowage under
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November 18, 1957

The Trojan Bimini-22

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1 Removable top and face panels for access to outboard engines
2 Self-bailing motor well
3 Fuel tanks, 15-gal. capacity each
4 3-inch foam rubber cushions, removable to install helm seat
5 Bunk panel, 6 feet by 2 feet, with stowage underneath
6 Helm seat removable to use berths
7 Sunshade cabin top takes side and after curtains
8 Opening, wraparound windshield for protection and ventilation
9 Control panel
10 Raised deck
11 Forecastle hatch
12 Head and bilge pump, hinged cover
13 Two seats in forepeak with stowage under

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