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    Default New (To Me) Duo Mystery Tunnel Hull.

    Picked this up last week...

    1970 Duo Mystery Tunnel Hull

    Hot Foot throttle, trim control on wheel, cable steering. 1979 200 Mercury V6, low water pickup.

    From what I have heard and researched, this is a pretty rare piece. Anyone know any further information about them?

    Should be fun!
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    I don't have any info for you, but I dig the seating. Center steer and a bench is cool. Nice ride, looks like it should haul azz.
    Good luck, be safe. schick
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    Yes, its pretty unique. Thanks for the kind words! I will let you know how it goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72BellcraftJet View Post
    Picked this up last week...

    1970 Duo Mystery Tunnel Hull

    Hot Foot throttle, trim control on wheel, cable steering. 1979 200 Mercury V6, low water pickup.

    From what I have heard and researched, this is a pretty rare piece. Anyone know any further information about them?

    Should be fun!
    Nice Duo Tunnel. As is the Magnum Missile next to it.

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    I had her out this past weekend and she rides fantastic!

    Thank you all for the kind words!

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    even though this post is a year old I'm hoping someone will still see it. I recently was given a m17 duo mystry (spelled like that, no "e") by my father. It has sat untouched since at least 1992, and needed some serious TLC.

    It has a 1971 Mercury 1350 (135 hp) which I am just finishing the restoration. But other than that I know almost nothing regarding this boat, I cannot find any information on it, and would like to know the history of it. so if anyone out there has any knowledge on it I would love to hear it. This is my first boat, and I am knew to the site, so I'm pretty green.

    If anybody sees this and would like to see some pics I would be happy to post some

    Thanks

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    You should post this in the outboard section with some pictures. There are a lot of knowledgeable people in their that will help in your build.

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    I'll do that thanks for the reply

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    m17mystry,

    Nice to see someone else that has one ! Would love to see some pics of yours! I have A LOT more info on them if you would like to send me a Personal Message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m17 mystry View Post
    even though this post is a year old I'm hoping someone will still see it. I recently was given a m17 duo mystry (spelled like that, no "e") by my father. It has sat untouched since at least 1992, and needed some serious TLC.

    It has a 1971 Mercury 1350 (135 hp) which I am just finishing the restoration. But other than that I know almost nothing regarding this boat, I cannot find any information on it, and would like to know the history of it. so if anyone out there has any knowledge on it I would love to hear it. This is my first boat, and I am knew to the site, so I'm pretty green.

    If anybody sees this and would like to see some pics I would be happy to post some

    Thanks
    You can find the answers to your Duo or Mystry questions over on Scream and Fly. Right up they're alley over there.

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    be easy on that up button or you will get wet, lot of really great driver's blow them things over with worked up inline's and sure to get wet with a v6. few thread's on em at screamandfly. very nice looking boat,please ....kill switch,hot foot and lifeline.
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