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Old 04-26-2023, 09:38 PM
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Picked up a 1978 24 Excalibur hull out of Maryland last month and brought her back to NC on the coast! Plan to start on it this winter when I knock out some other projects I have. Goals are to convert it to sit down and set it up somewhat for a poker run/class 6 boat with some mild power, maybe 550-600 depending on what I come across when I get to that point and a bravo one set up. Anyone have any pics where people have done some helm/dash set ups with sit down seats?

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Old 06-28-2023, 11:17 AM
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Sweet boat, actually went and looked at this boat a few months ago.. really solid boat for its age regret not picking her up.. was wondering if someone on here or a Facebook group classic offshore got it.. got my answer.. good luck with her
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Old 07-10-2023, 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Shaneshaller20
Sweet boat, actually went and looked at this boat a few months ago.. really solid boat for its age regret not picking her up.. was wondering if someone on here or a Facebook group classic offshore got it.. got my answer.. good luck with her
I was impressed of the condition for the price!!, Transom has a spot or two but its not that bad, But i plan to redo it for a bravo and raise the x dimension anyways
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Old 10-07-2023, 06:25 AM
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Good luck with the build, its a process but at the end worth it.
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thanks! Now that our weather here is starting to cool off, just have a few things to finish for a few customers and I plan to jump right on it. Just picked up a Bravo one assembly that came with a basic 330hp 454, Going to weight my options if i want to build that or get something with a little more cubic inches.
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Just picked up my own 24' Have you gotten anywhere on your project? I really want to redo the helm station as it's not great for gauges in it's current set up. Any more pics of the original stainless trim? I am looking for replacements for all of my black trim.

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Old 04-24-2024, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Pzary3233
Just picked up my own 24' Have you gotten anywhere on your project? I really want to redo the helm station as it's not great for gauges in it's current set up. Any more pics of the original stainless trim? I am looking for replacements for all of my black trim.

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So far just unrigged and started gutting it. Hoping to get a big jump on it after i get my new building put up.
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