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OK I'm new to the V Drive arena here in the Boise Valley but have spoken to a few guys and have heard of the "infamous" Tuesday Night get togethers near Turner Gulch on Lucky Peak. I hope that it's finally warm enough and that we are getting it on this Tuesday. Please look for me I will be in a Blue and White Raysoncraft plus my brother will probably come with me. I'm hoping to get some technical assistance and bench racing. Hope to getting in the water around 4 PM. Call me if im in the wrong area. 208-409-7911
 

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There will be a few folks up there I'm sure. We usually put in at Barclay Bay and beach about a half mile from the ramp on the right side shore.
 

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Well the clam is getting ready to headed up to the Lucky Peak, So get goin'! :|err

Not me, I'll head over in a couple of weeks!!

Cheers, :airplane:
 

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new to the forum, and performance boats. i would love to meet up and talk to some people in the boise area about building a vdrive. a 67 avenger to be exact. when is everyone going to start meeting up at lucky this spring? would love to come hang out and meet everyone and get ideas and inspiration.
 

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V drive avenger help

What are you needing help with? There are plenty of educated enthusiasts on this site as well as in our area to help you spend your money. What gear are you running? Motor? Expectations?
 

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most of my help will be needed when i rig the thing. i have done a couple other boat resto's (my current bayliner, and an old glastron. my first was the glastron ob, and my current is a 21' bayliner 2050 i/o that i replaced the stringers and floor in. also replaced the anemic 305 with a healthy fuel injected 350. i do have access to a cnc plasma, so most of the mounts, and bracing will be easy as soon as i learn to program and draw up the cut path. i will be needing help finding parts to throw into it (prop shaft, rudder, casale, etc) but for the most part that will come after i resto the hull. dont know much about vintage flatty's but im a fast learner.
 
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