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    Default 19-21 Eliminator new paint cost

    I have been shopping around for a 19 or 21 foot Eliminator Daytona outboard. Its going to be a second boat for me, just for river running and playing around early in the mornings. Most of the ones out there were made in the great 80's and early mid 90's when pink, fuscia, mint green, etc., were all the rage. Just wondering, ballpark, on what it would cost to re-do the paint / gelcoat on one of these boats with something a few decades more up to date?

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    Just all depends on the condition of the boat!! Whole boat or just top side? How many colors? Also depends on who does it to, lots of hacks out there who do not take pride in their work. If I were to do it, Just a quick in the ball park range You are looking baround 3,500 for something very simple if the boat is in good shape and the skys the limit on custom jobs.

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    Just find one that has colors you like, they're out there. if needs some buffing or color sanding it will be a better way to go then a complete repaint. just .02, ( i was in a similar situation with a 19 footer that i bought. It had good colors so i Just ran with it and color sanded and brought the gell back) good luck
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    this is the same thing i have been thinking of doing, getting a 19 daytona with a 300 on it. then getting it done all white to match my boat now, figured it could not be too bad if i found something in the 80's or 90's. would be a awesome back up boat or river runner.

    Quote Originally Posted by TNTDUNER View Post
    I have been shopping around for a 19 or 21 foot Eliminator Daytona outboard. Its going to be a second boat for me, just for river running and playing around early in the mornings. Most of the ones out there were made in the great 80's and early mid 90's when pink, fuscia, mint green, etc., were all the rage. Just wondering, ballpark, on what it would cost to re-do the paint / gelcoat on one of these boats with something a few decades more up to date?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNTDUNER View Post
    I have been shopping around for a 19 or 21 foot Eliminator Daytona outboard. Its going to be a second boat for me, just for river running and playing around early in the mornings. Most of the ones out there were made in the great 80's and early mid 90's when pink, fuscia, mint green, etc., were all the rage. Just wondering, ballpark, on what it would cost to re-do the paint / gelcoat on one of these boats with something a few decades more up to date?
    By an STV if you want a fast morning boat that is an outboard! They are alot faster and safer to!
    Last edited by riotact; 05-07-2010 at 10:33 PM.

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    10 k to do it right

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Shelfo View Post
    10 k to do it right
    lol....

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    if your in california, and your dropping the complete boat off, (fully assembled), and picking it up finished, any where from $3000 to $10000+ like stated earlier, depends on how trick.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by riotact View Post
    By an STV if you want a fast morning boat that is an outboard! They are alot faster and safer to!

    i hear you on that! my buddy dale, dp85tona here on the boards, had a bitchen 19' daytona and now has an STV, its faster and carries a good set, but i think they daytonas look soooo much sicker!
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    Kenny @Eliminator Service can give you a guesstimate on a re-gel...(951) 943-4422 [email protected]
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