My new / old used boat.

1YAMAGUY

Cartaholic - V.I.P.
W0W!!
How sweet is that...you just need a little more chop on the water then U can skip over it like a flat stone.
Things like these, well....excite me. Alot!
This is from last year in Englewood Florida.
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1YAMAGUY

Cartaholic - V.I.P.
I'm so envious, sure wish I were younger.
Combined I'm approaching 24' :oops: and mine is wide open throttle where yours .. its just idling... NICE!.:thumbsup:
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Looking great, I love boats and have two of them. One I am working on as we speak and one that has a lot of lake time. Both are Crestliners one a 16 foot and one a 12 foot 1958 models with a 58 Evinrude, big twin 35 hp and one with a 58 Johnson, 30 hp both are polished and shine.
 
Its a one piece curved, this boat was used on the salmon river here in Idaho for steel head and it was painted orange, had a hell of a time getting the paint off. Then we found out that the allummin ( spl ? ) was painted also, that all came off with steel wool. the inside is painted a very light green with sand mixed into the paint. Its a great boat We can water ski behind, or I should say I run the boat and other people ski. The sides on the inside are painted a gray color as it came from the factory. I changed the seats to cedar and the dash is oak.
 

1YAMAGUY

Cartaholic - V.I.P.
Have you plans or are U going to replace the windshield?
If so give a width of it, there is a generational boat junk yard close by and i could ck it if U wish
 
1YAMAGUY that would be great, I live so far out that we half to drive almost 250 miles to a wrecking yard. I still have the old frame that was on the boat when I bought it, only thing is it was broken and someone used a thick glue to try to fix it, didn't work. Just remember, I am old and retired so it would depend on the cost.
 

1YAMAGUY

Cartaholic - V.I.P.
Give me a width and maybe a pic of what U have nd i'll see if i can come up with something.
You could always go on craigslist nd look under boats nd possibly get lucky on a trashed out boat nd get a windshield there.
You can always scribe the curve of the hull nd cut it to fit if U can find one close.
Think creative imagination or think out of the box, whatever works nd looks good.
The outside width + - nd pic
 
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