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Old 02-08-2015, 05:42 PM
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Just picked up a 1988 32 Pachanga. Building a new starboard motor for it as the previous one tossed a rod through the oil pan with the previous owner. The new motor is at the machine shop now so hopefully will have it back in the boat in a month or so. Would love to see some pics of some other ones if anyone is still running one.
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Old 02-08-2015, 09:19 PM
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Classic boat, congrats on your purchase.

Back in Australia, I owned a 27' with twin 502's some years ago and always wished it was a 32'. (would have sacrificed some speed for size) There was only a handful of Pachangas ever made it to Australia so I was lucky just to own the one I did.

Sea Ray always built great boats, enjoy your new toy.

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Thanks....I can't wait to get it out this spring. Got a lot of work to do between now and then but it will be worth it. I know it won't be the fastest thing around but it should be a comfortable ride for the waters around this area.
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Awesome!!

Congrats!!

We need pictures!!
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Is paying the only way to post pics on the forum?
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Has anyone done wood repair to on of these underneath the cockpit? Found a bunch of rotten plywood under the deck in the front bilge. I really don't know if I want to tackle it now or wait til next winter.
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HI
Send me an email ( [email protected]) and I will send you many pictures of my fully rebuilt Pachanga 32' 1988 mod. IT LOOKS BRAND NEW.
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