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The Sanger is now ready for the summer.

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    Senior Member Dominator Scott's Avatar
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    Default The Sanger is now ready for the summer.

    As you all know I inherited my fathers Sanger Super Jet after he passed away last December 26th. Before she hit the water I wanted to do a few modifications that were in order.

    1)Install polished aluminum tread plate on back of rear seat to add some flash to the engine bay.

    2)Put the original name back on the sides of the scoop. Same name my father gave the Sanger when he bought it.

    3)Put the slogan on the back of the boat in memory of my dad.
    "A Son Never Forgets"
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    Very nice, I am sure your father would be proud to know you appreciate this gift. More pics please !!

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    that is one sweet ride=and great props to your dad-mine passed a year ago=its tuff sometimes

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    Very nice boat, Great slogan too. I think its cool that you will keep the boat i his memory. Sorry for your loss, I'm sure he was a great man.
    Wickedsanger... Gettin it done with a Small Block!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flat screwd View Post
    Very nice, I am sure your father would be proud to know you appreciate this gift. More pics please !!

    Here are a couple pics from last year.
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    What a killer ride bro!!! Awesome name, what a great way to celebrate your dad!!

    Travis
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    That is awesome!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsanger View Post
    Very nice boat, Great slogan too. I think its cool that you will keep the boat i his memory. Sorry for your loss, I'm sure he was a great man.

    He was the best in my eyes. A very quiet man but wore his heart on his sleeve and was always there when I needed him.
    Here is a pic when I unveiled the Sanger to him after restoring it for him as a Christmas present.
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    Last edited by Dominator Scott; 03-28-2010 at 08:17 PM.

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