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    Here are some pics of my WPB Gullwing and a few more of Pat Becks Gullwing being made. Both of these boats are going to haul ass. Same gell as the first boat came in a little heavy so they built another with a different lamination schedule/wood thickness/foam coring for me. Enjoy.
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    thats a fine looking boat

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    sweet lookin boat. why go with the big stringers and false floor if the boat is on a diet?

    saw one of WPB's gullwings at the march NJBA race. blue and white i think it had a blower motor in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    why go with the big stringers and false floor if the boat is on a diet?
    So he can run a blown alcohol motor in it

    j/k ... I don't know what his power plant is gonna be, but with those stringers ... he can throw whatever he wants to at it

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    good to see u made it over here slinger

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    sweet lookin boat. why go with the big stringers and false floor if the boat is on a diet?

    saw one of WPB's gullwings at the march NJBA race. blue and white i think it had a blower motor in it.
    The boat being shown durring lamination is not my hull. That boat came in too heavy (650 lbs) so they built another one for me. Mine has the small stringers as well as a different lamination schedule, thickness of plywood and some cool looking foam squares w/a glass backing for support under the deck. It looks almost identical to the boat being built due to the gell coat. I designed the color combo and did not want to change it on the lighter hull. The heavier hull is really not that heavy and is going to make someone a fast, great riding river boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunslinger View Post
    The boat being shown durring lamination is not my hull. That boat came in too heavy (650 lbs) so they built another one for me. Mine has the small stringers as well as a different lamination schedule, thickness of plywood and some cool looking foam squares w/a glass backing for support under the deck. It looks almost identical to the boat being built due to the gell coat. I designed the color combo and did not want to change it on the lighter hull. The heavier hull is really not that heavy and is going to make someone a fast, great riding river boat.
    sounds good. got any pictures of yours? if i remember right you've already started rigging right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    good to see u made it over here slinger

    chris
    Good to finally be back. I spoke to Jack yesterday and will be draggin my shit down there when the smoke clears at MPD. I have to call back in a month. Must be nice to have so much work and says alot about what you guys are building down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    sounds good. got any pictures of yours? if i remember right you've already started rigging right?
    Cyclone, mine is the boat in the first picture sitting on a trailer in my driveway. As far as rigging, I have boxes of parts. Im cleaning out the garage of extra parts and selling them to pay for the intake, installation and a few other things.

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    Very nice looking boat. I like the red.

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    Gunslinger, Your boat looks great! Pat @ WPB is setting his intake today. My shop is right next to his. We'll be taking pictures of all the rigging and will post the process. Can't wait to have them all on the water. Gitter Done! Corndog
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    That's a great looking boat. I love the color, very nice red.

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    Good looking boat Gunslinger! Hope all is well.
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    get a life..... mowe some more lawns. pick up some cans, save your ol ladys welfare checks and get your teeth fixed.



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