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new to me 1987 Pachanga 19 to restore

Discussion in 'Who's Who' started by Kevin P Winters, Oct 7, 2020.

  1. Kevin P Winters

    Kevin P Winters New Member

    9
    Jul 6, 2020
    Easton, Ma
    1987 Pachanga 19
    5.7 mercruiser
    In June I purchased a Pachanga with a truck load of engine parts.
    My garage has been tied up ever since with the project but its coming along.
    I decided since its not a tough to upgrade to a V8 I went with a 5.7L.
    I will say its a little tight on re-entry back in the engine compartment but it fits with minor engine mount mods.
     
  2. JimG

    JimG Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Nov 4, 2008
    Southern WV
    2007 310 DA
    Kohler 5ECD
    Twin 350 Mags
    Raw Water Cooled
    V-Drives
    Pictures?
     
  3. Kevin P Winters

    Kevin P Winters New Member

    9
    Jul 6, 2020
    Easton, Ma
    1987 Pachanga 19
    5.7 mercruiser
    This was first day I owned it.
    2nd is after a bit of polish.
    More pictures to come.
     

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  4. blaster

    blaster Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    May 23, 2011
    potomac river
    2010 sea ray 205 sport
    F-250 CCLB 6.2 4x4 3.73 rear.
    Mercruiser 4.3 mpi alpha 1.62
    What a nice boat! I have you can have her ready for spring!
     
  5. RBB

    RBB Well-Known Member

    611
    Dec 18, 2019
    Kentucky
    2004 390 MY
    2019 Sea Doo GTX 155
    2020 Walker Bay Venture 14
    Pelican Kayak
    8.1’s straight drive
    60 hp Honda
    Sweet, you will have a very nice boat when done.
    Welcome
     
  6. JNorgren

    JNorgren New Member

    19
    Jun 28, 2018
    Knoxville, TN
    270 Sundancer 1994
    Single 7.4 Mercruiser w/Bravo lll drive
    Really cool boat... In the spring... Zoom.. Zoom.. Enjoy
     
  7. paulswagelock

    paulswagelock Well-Known Member

    Oct 25, 2010
    pa
    2018 SDX 270 OB 300 Verado
    Verado 300
    Love the old Pachangas. Such a classic design, still holds up today.
     

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