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    Wink New To me SleekCraft rebel

    Just purchased A 1976 rebel from PA bringing it down south For a Update and Hp shotClick image for larger version. 

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    Cool! Is that ford powered?

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    Yes it is a 460 with jacuzzi for now

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    Keep the ford. I was always Chevy guy but ford 460 makes killer power and you already have it. Better motor.
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    Welcome to the PB boards , and Good luck with your project ! Tom

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    Cool

    Yeah i have a ton of big chevy stuff but I am going to build a mild 460 for now while I build the big motor thinking a 600 inch ford with zoomies will be cool as hell.... allready have the parts just have to figure the junkuzzi to berk conversion out

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Welcome to the PB boards , and Good luck with your project ! Tom
    Thanks tom will be calling you in the next few weeks

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    welcome to the Sleekcraft crowd! I got a Rebel too, just havent out her in the water much

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    Be sure to post plenty of pics of your progress. Welcome to the board from another owner of a Rebel with a YJ.

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    you can't go wrong with a sleek.

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    Ya all of us sleek freaks are pretty passionate about our boat. Looked for long time to get mine. What part of country you in??

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    I had a Rebel years ago, ford with a jacuzzi. It's a very solid, stable roomy boat for it's size. Typical of the 70's jet boat crowd, except this one's a Sleekcraft, so it's betta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpm0414 View Post
    Ya all of us sleek freaks are pretty passionate about our boat. Looked for long time to get mine. What part of country you in??
    I am in Charleston sc and yeah this one has some passion behind it as it was 5 boats after the one my dad bought new in 1977 /he sold it 1989 after hurricane hugo. And he died in our offshore cat 4 years ago

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    Sorry to hear. Keep us all informed on the progress of build. Pics are always good. Long winter up here in Oregon

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