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    My father bought this boat maybe 2 years ago from the junk yard, and right away new it had lots of potential. our theory is that some guy had it and new it was going to get repo'd or something so he stripped it clean. we think that it had a blown big block Chevy, due to a space in the back bench seat that had notched out for the belt spacing. we brought her home, cleaned it and began taking it apart. we got the bow railing and some other stuff off and then got it color sanded and buffed out, and it was beautiful. we threw a big block Chevy with edelbrock torker manifold, 049 heads, holley 660 carb, revolution marine exhaust, moroso rocker covers, and much more into it. we had a custom built engine cover built, custom built back bench seat, new front seats, and new bow upholstery. a new Berkeley pump with jetovator, and much much more. ill have to dig up more pictures of other things that we did.
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    some more pictures,
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    It's great to see an old boat like like that saved and restored. Great Job!
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    Back from the dead looking great!

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    that,s a nice looking boat

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    From the first couple pics I woulda never guessed it was red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l row View Post
    that,s a nice looking boat
    thank you, it alot of time and money, but hey, thats what boat stands for; Break Out Another Thousand, haha.. so true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean Corinth View Post
    thank you, it alot of time and money, but hey, thats what boat stands for; Break Out Another Thousand, haha.. so true.
    Wow you guys really flipped that boat! Amazing work...it's beautiful now!!!!

    1988 Addictor 333 powered by Seadoo 787cc Rotax (110hp)

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    doesn't look like the boat came with seats from the first pic but, the upholstery work looks very professional

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    Very Nice clean restoration of a classic !

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    Wow. That gel cleaned up nice. Care to share what products/procedure you used to buff and polish? Great looking boat.

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    What we did, is sanded the whole thing in a 600 grit paper, and then sent it out to a man named Jason at Abstract Fiberglass, and he made the beauty come out. he does great work, and thanks for the positive feedback on the build... and i was wrong with the carb size, haha. we used a 780.. i believe that's what we used.
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