Hi, Glenn. It sounds like you're home. Do you want me to go ahead and have your gas tack packed up and send you a shipping total? I'll need your address again.Eric
Have you been checking out what is going on back east and in Michigan?? Might be a little closer than Parker.
INTERIOR: To put it bluntly, it's butt friggin" ugly! I helped the PO move the motor rearward 11". That made room for a forward facing 5 passenger interior. I then offered to build his seats. He felt embarrassed with our friends by this, since we are both carpenters. So, Larry built his own seats. He added a 2x6 on top of the stringers for a flat floor, but then his seats stuck up 8" above the cowl. He then built one big back to back bench seat. It looked crude and was uncomfortable, plus the rear passengers had to face rearward. He then put a flat bulkhead in front of the motor to receive the complicated (and ugly) 3-piece engine cover. He was happy, but his interior ruined the looks of the boat. When I bought it, I didn't want to insult him by pulling the interior out and leaving it with him, so I towed all the way from Cali with the cover on it! Thus, there are no pictures with this interior installed.
Thanks, Dave (763) 244-6605
love your take on the boat world.
The boat ran in 68 as E653. It was called the Stephanie Ann after my mom. I never got the opportunity to drive that boat which is a long story. Our boat was the second WaWa II, and apparently it was the first anything to win a race with a small block Chevy that was built by Vic Edelbrock.
What years did you race the boat in your profile pic? and what was the name of it?
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Already miss the 310/562