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More photos of Time Travelers

Peek inside the shops of four wooden-boat restorers to see their project antique wooden boats, or “woodies.”
By Kristin Sutter
Published: June 1, 2012
When antique or classic wooden boats need repair or restoration, it takes highly skilled craftsmen to get the job done right. To find out what motivates these specialists, we talked to four boat restorers who work on antique and classic wooden boats (“Time Travelers: Four Wooden-Boat Restorers,” August 2012).  Here, you’ll find web-exclusive images from inside their workshops and testing grounds. Enjoy!
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Courtesy Antique Boat Center
Inside the Antique Boat Center workshop, a few antique woodies are in various stages of refinishing. Wooden-boat enthusiast Lou Rauh started the company in 1990. 
 
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