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    Been working on this Mantra Gullwing for just over 2 months. Bought as a total project boat. Patched over 25 holes. Boat came completely stripped. So far we have layed down a nice blue pearl paint job. Had 2 fiberglass buckets and a bench seat built and upholstered, white with electric blue lining. Just put down the carpet today. New white faced gauges and blue bezels. 6 inch steering helm, white grant steering wheel. Blue shifter, cable bezels, water dumps, bilge pump knobs, etc... Rub rail is at the powder coater, electric blue. Boat features a set back intake.... Let us know what you think











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    going to look nice in the sunlight with that blue pearl
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    Clean! like it. keep the pics coming.

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    Great job. Love the simple stuff


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    i really like the white and blue. keep the pics commin

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    Nice clean look! I wish I was as far along on mine! Keep the pics coming!

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    Great job.

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    thanks guys i really appreciate the comments. keep in mind this is with having a 2 year old running around and my wife right along my side through the whole process. she actually layed down the carpet by herself.

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    Cool

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    Looks great! Nice work


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    Looks great, nice work! Got any more pics of the seats when they were being made/covered? I need to re-do my seats and you have the exact setup I was thinking of going with.

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    Sorry, I dont have any pictures. They are fiberglass buckets with some wood reinforcements to lessen the flex. And then some padding.

    Just got some pics of the motor. Done at the machine shop and block painted.








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    Looks good! Can you post some pics of the repaired holes? I glassed some holes that i had, but wasnt sure to even it out with more glass&sanding or body filler.
    boatless....

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    the repaired holes you cant even tell they were there sand it smooth

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