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Old 06-19-2007, 01:11 PM
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Ok... you asked for it!

1978 Formula 233
When I bought it the floor and stringers were just done.......... poorly, I did not know how poor until I pulled the engines for an upgrade in HP

Started on it in the spring of '05
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Old 06-19-2007, 01:24 PM
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WOW resurrected I thought my boat needed work!! I'm guessing you did your own paint...What paint and clear did you use? Also, how the hell do you flip a boat like that? That would make my life a whole lot easier......
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We (I've got help) used gel, with duratech high gloss, now it's being sanded (long and slow process)

The flip was not pretty!

A forklift on the front and an engine hoist on the back,........ nice and slow, see........
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We (I've got help) used gel, with duratech high gloss, now it's being sanded (long and slow process)

The flip was not pretty!

A forklift on the front and an engine hoist on the back,........ nice and slow, see........
Keep diggin' Jason!
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Thanks!

But it's actually sandin' ....at this point!
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