The 1904 Logan Brothers designed & built gaffer Ariki is currently hauled out at Okahu Bay, Auckland & under going an extensive restoration, lead by master craftsman Robin Kenyon. Yesterday her owners Charlotte & Andrew held an open day to allow the classic woody community to view the project. I understand they have a target to be at the CYA Patio Bay celebrations this year (1st week Dec), that appears a rather large challenge……….. but as they say – many hands make light work.
Prowling around the yard I spotted the classic launch Wanderer looking a little sad – hopefully awaiting a large dose of TLC.
You can see/read more about Wanderer’s past here https://waitematawoodys.com/2016/08/16/wanderer-ii/
The sunny day saw woody Baden Pascoe break out his recently restored 1929 Riley Tourer, when I say recently, I mean as in on-the-road. The Riley has been in the Pascoe family a very long time & Baden has been working on her on & off for years. Attention to detail is amazing, but I would expect that from Baden 😉
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Belgian I hope
Great to see Ariki being loved , so that she can take her rightful place as the queen of the Auckland gaffers again
So you reckon that car has the required amount of timber in it to be considered a proper woodies car Harold………..?
Baden’s Riley is totally in keeping with the event; a lovely fabric semi-boattail body, another thoroughbred.
Cheers Alan 🙂
What a beautiful restoration of the ” Ship o the road ” Cheers.