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    Default 19' Rogers Project

    Started with a boat that I bought on ebay.
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    Next it was time for some new gelcoat.
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    Went for the old school look with SW gauges and a Jones tach. A days work in soldering and shrink sealing the wires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Bonneville View Post
    Went for the old school look with SW gauges and a Jones tach. A days work in soldering and shrink sealing the wires.
    It's looking sharp Ron! Like I said, I love the lines and the colors!!

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    Your project looks like it's coming out nicely too. Rogers are popping up everywhere lately.
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    Wow! Thats looks good, nice work. I like the vintage theme your going with too.
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    Boat looks good. How much power are you planning to put in it?

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    Billy Thanks, since I was a kid in the 70's I've always liked the lines of Rogers hulls. And the orange came out better than I expected.

    RCB This is the first of the Rogers restos for me. I also have the Rootin Tootin Raspberry race boat, that I bought from Brad over on So.Cal.JetBoats.com. Would also like to get a Bonneville Classic and maybe a 18 Super Cyclone. Like it says on the back of the cereal box COLLECT THEM ALL.

    SRP1 Thanks, I think I'm stuck in the 70's

    Fuel Its nothing like you guys run, 13-1 comp 427 and I have 468 being built also. Will see how strong it runs it could end up running around in circles with some other jet boats at Ming

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    Its a Rogers outbreak. Love it!!!! 76 bonneville your Rogers is looking good. How much longer till shes done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Bonneville View Post
    Billy Thanks, since I was a kid in the 70's I've always liked the lines of Rogers hulls. And the orange came out better than I expected.

    RCB This is the first of the Rogers restos for me. I also have the Rootin Tootin Raspberry race boat, that I bought from Brad over on So.Cal.JetBoats.com. Would also like to get a Bonneville Classic and maybe a 18 Super Cyclone. Like it says on the back of the cereal box COLLECT THEM ALL.

    SRP1 Thanks, I think I'm stuck in the 70's

    Fuel Its nothing like you guys run, 13-1 comp 427 and I have 468 being built also. Will see how strong it runs it could end up running around in circles with some other jet boats at Ming
    Sounds good. RCB got his to run in the low 90 mph range w/ a 468. Keep us posted w/ the project

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    Quote Originally Posted by suckfish81 View Post
    Its a Rogers outbreak. Love it!!!! 76 bonneville your Rogers is looking good. How much longer till shes done?
    I'd like to get it in the water by the end of summer. How many days will you need to plumb it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 76 Bonneville View Post
    I'd like to get it in the water by the end of summer. How many days will you need to plumb it
    How many lines do you want to make? 1 week per line!!!

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