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    A picture of my winter project!
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    X2! Sweet lookin boat.

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    Killer cheyenne!

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    Found this cheyenne for sale and thought it would be a cool project for the winter to get my dad more involved with me in jet boats! So we went and picked it up took it apart and have attempted in the last couple of months to make it his own! With a little bit of my influence
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    Quote Originally Posted by 07warhawktx19 View Post
    Found this cheyenne for sale and thought it would be a cool project for the winter to get my dad more involved with me in jet boats! So we went and picked it up took it apart and have attempted in the last couple of months to make it his own! With a little bit of my influence
    Insane paint job....very bitchin.
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    Is this the old Mighty Whitey? Did it come from Mike in Hagerstown?

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    Wicked paint job! I like the aluminum panels & pop rivets painted on.
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    Yes sir sunkisst, I watched this boat come up for sale on and off again a couple times and the last time I saw it posted I figured it was time to add it the family

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    Wicked paint job! I like the aluminum panels & pop rivets painted on.
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    Was it painted or wrapped?
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    The boat was painted by a close friend of mine Jimmy Riddle from Riddle sign company in Prince George va. Got with him last night and picked up the engine, pump, scoop and the nitrous bottle all of wich he painted to match! I should have some updated pics of all the parts ready to reassemble by tomorrow night

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    Quote Originally Posted by 07warhawktx19 View Post
    The boat was painted by a close friend of mine Jimmy Riddle from Riddle sign company in Prince George va. Got with him last night and picked up the engine, pump, scoop and the nitrous bottle all of wich he painted to match! I should have some updated pics of all the parts ready to reassemble by tomorrow night
    Wow!! Very impressive paint job...lots and lots of hours and even more $$. You ought to bring it out here to North Texas!!
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    Got some updated pictures of the progress so far. Forgot to mention that I redid the trailer also! We got the engine,pump and seats back in today and dont have that much left to do to get it finished up
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