bottom repair and refinish

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Re: bottom repair and refinish

Postby steve in texas » Mon May 16, 2016 3:40 pm

Finally, Done. Was not shift linkage, high speed jet. Nearly threw me out of boat while daughter was driving. Drove for hour then loaded it up and took her to the river...drove for over 40 miles. "Just showing off" what a nice ride, cannot believe no leaks considering my two patches and new keel. Cannot wait to get her in the bay and on big water. Talked to man this morning bout a mark 75 or mark 78 that he has. It would be a beast! Also thinking about a Frank Zorkin Z-Craft mud boat "as he calls it". But, Thompsons Rule!
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Re: bottom repair and refinish

Postby thegammas » Mon May 16, 2016 6:24 pm

Pics from Texas. Love how she's planning, look perfect.

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and some fun....

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1962 Cortland Custom Sea Lancer
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