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Old 03-17-2018, 10:53 AM
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For Sale.. Slightly Damaged but repaired...lol.. Hard to believe that is the same boat...

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Old 03-17-2018, 11:30 AM
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That's CRAZY!!

One question....Why the f*ck would you do that?
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Old 03-17-2018, 11:57 AM
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Very impressive, some folks just can't be dissuaded with logic or reason tank!
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WHY?????? I have thrown away so many hulls and have 3 sitting here now Id give away if someone actually showed up. Crazy what some people put themselves through
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Next time I get a scratch on my boat, I know who to take it to..lol..

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I just watched it again and happened to see the credits. Built by some guy with the last name Darville..... Darr...lol... And you guys have been giving him chit all these years and come to find out he can build a boat...lol..
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That is absolutely nuts. And never once was it worked on inside? Wow.
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One of those "Just because I can" projects.
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Anyone remember the guy that was re-doing the Top Gun that burned and part of the port side gunnel at the cockpit burned about half way down from about the engine bulkhead to the bolster area? Or maybe it was in the engine bay....Either way, guy was super into the project and was posting it on here and then I think he gave up because everyone...And I mean EVERYONE said it couldn't be done safely and the boats integrity would never be the same because the heat changes the fiberglass etc. I can't find the thread to save my life. It was in the early 2000's I want to say. Reminds me of this project.
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Originally Posted by thisistank View Post
Anyone remember the guy that was re-doing the Top Gun that burned and part of the port side gunnel at the cockpit burned about half way down from about the engine bulkhead to the bolster area? Or maybe it was in the engine bay....Either way, guy was super into the project and was posting it on here and then I think he gave up because everyone...And I mean EVERYONE said it couldn't be done safely and the boats integrity would never be the same because the heat changes the fiberglass etc. I can't find the thread to save my life. It was in the early 2000's I want to say. Reminds me of this project.


I remember the thread, Would take some time finding...
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