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Not exactly the same model but plenty of commonalities.
Keep an eye on your fresh water tank as they are notorious for leaking which can cause...
HS - I spent a lot of time there at the same time!
I had a ‘66 Impala and a ‘66 Nova, both flat black long before that was popular. ;)
“It’s the best in the city.”
Over the past few years I’ve been exposed to the Mirka Golden Finish and Polarshine products and would never go back to conventional automotive...
Exactly what I was going to post.
I have those and was blown away by the volume and deep, air horn like sound.
Mine appear to be original and...
I have no idea but I recently saw a Bennington pontoon boat that was just shy of 300k.
Well, paint stripper in general can be nasty stuff especially in confined spaces so be careful.
Avoid methylene chloride strippers.
There are some very user friendly and effective paint removal products offered by a company called Hi-Lite Solutions under the Aerogreen name.
Oof. I don’t envy you here.
I’d have to go into this project in a good mood myself and know when to take a break. Cutting the zip ties is fine...
Acid all the way the past few years.
AVO and Oliveros are good smokes too.
I would too if I didn’t have a steel destroyer wheel.
Definitely going to keep an eye on the boneyards.
There is one period, two decimal points and one dollar sign.
It’s also not my original post.
There is one period in there.
Glad it worked out and that you didn’t resort to “throwing it in the trash”.
How much did you learn and save here?
That looks great and I agree that on a wood transom, the real deal is a must.
I’d talk to a sign painter. Many of them are pin stripers too and...
I searched by your serial number.
Took about 2 minutes.
I’d have to invest the 5 minutes after that journey.
Agreed, but it’s a little snotty looking and there could be burrs headed inwards.
You wouldn’t touch that up a bit?
Sanding or a long and flat mill file with the file being my fist choice.
Either way I’d pack the bore with a rag to keep grit away from the...