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    Default the sanger rides again

    I got the sanger back on the water again this past weekend. Replaced the 455 poncho with a 454 chevy. It would't have been possible without some of the fellow boaters on this forum,Great parts and excellent knowledge. Thanks again guys!

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    Nice sled, I really like those Sangers...
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    THAT is a beautiful boat man!
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    That thing is hawt!

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    WHo did that interior for you? That is very nicely setup and looks comfy!!!! Got anymore pics???


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    ya who did the front seats. looks awsome.

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    The seats are Wise brand, I built the rest around the seats. Seat base had to be angled back, center counsel houses diverter handle, ice chest, tools and stereo. 4 marine speakers one 10 inch sub 2 amps rockin! Resined coated all wood, had local upholster cut and sew patterns, wrapped myself.
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    Wow, that is pristine! very nice work.

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    Nice Job! The console is awesome and i really did the seats

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    Very cool interior. Sports car like.
    "Does have a little wang in it...good though"
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    Default Black pearl

    Ya we call this boat the black pearl as you never see it out of the shop. But were happy to see he finely got his balls of the mantel and takes it out. To nice of a squirt gun to leave at home. Very beautiful boat in person. The best thing about it all is he built it all by his self, and a little b.s. support from his friends.

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    Yea that is a sweet Sanger!... not familiar with the jet Sangers so much, I see there are no stringers in the boat at all or are they only mid-stringers for the engine? That sure makes the interior a bit easier to do. I would like to do my interior with carpet but get way too much water in it for that. I like the center console and the side panels, it all works real nice together.

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    Im diggin that interior BUTTTTT dont you think that ice chest is kinda small?? .

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    That is one of the coolest Custom Sprints I have ever seen, for a lake boat ! You did very nice work. A friend of mine was just talking about it today on the river, Colorado River, so I had to take a peak. Sweet ride. Is that CFW or where ?
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