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Old 12-26-2004, 01:27 PM
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I know its not a Cig!!
I redid My Hustler with Livorsi.

Cost was approx $3500.00
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Just goes to show you anyone can do it.

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Wow caveman What a differance. Great job.
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Old 12-26-2004, 01:30 PM
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The 3 powder coated/etched panels were $325. All the toggles with the boots were $200. Bezels were about $200. I only bought a few new gauges. Dont remember the cost. Shifters and cables were around $600
DanB thanks for the information. Scott
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Wow, GLH that dash is sweet, great work...
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Scott when I was looking everywhere for pricing on the battery boxes, Trick Marine had the lowest prices out there. Take a look at his site. Just in the short time we've (ok, me more than Rob) have been on OSO, Trick Marines's name pops up quite a bit in the "real good" category so check it out!

They also had a good write up in this month's Family Boating. Make sure you read it next time you're over.

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pantera i emailed you about a cafe racer that i might be interested in selling. super nice everthing is new. runs a reliable 83 every day and has seen 86 on livorsi gps speedo. 1989 boat that looks like a 2004. will not disapoint. $79,000 call or email allan 757-718-7761 [email protected]
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I know its not a Cig!!
I redid My Hustler with Livorsi.

Cost was approx $3500.00
I did all the work including Custom painting the new panels.

Just goes to show you anyone can do it.

Oh Yeah Much Beer is required

That is nice !!!
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pantera i emailed you about a cafe racer that i might be interested in selling. super nice everthing is new. runs a reliable 83 every day and has seen 86 on livorsi gps speedo. 1989 boat that looks like a 2004. will not disapoint. $79,000 call or email allan 757-718-7761 [email protected]
Can you post pics of the cafe for sale????Bravo's or TRS???
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I can give you smoking prices on Livorsi. I'm one of a few distributors spread around the country and stock a huge selection of Livorsi product. I supply several OEMs with their gauges and can put together any custom gauges you might be interested in. Everything from custom colored rims, custom faces, custom logos, standard or monster gauges, we're capable of puttong it together for you.

Panels are fairly straight forward. I'd do the work myself and save a bundle.

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I know its not a Cig!!
I redid My Hustler with Livorsi.

Cost was approx $3500.00
I did all the work including Custom painting the new panels.

Just goes to show you anyone can do it.

Oh Yeah Much Beer is required
Wow, what a difference, Looks great!
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