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    Lol, its all there and works!

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    The hull is mint, and its a two peice mold and the glass work was really well done , don't know the weight, but 2500 hd truck knows it's behind her, came on a barron ttailer witch was also made in florida for ski nautics

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    Drag that thing out of the side yard so we can see a proper picture from the side. I'm not sure how you could fish with the rear lid up, looking at all the buttons it must have had a soft top for the back at one time.

    They were a cool looking, good working hull, very sea worthy, we made many a trip out of Plymouth straight across Cape Cod Bay to the tip of Provincetown in my buddies F22. No GPS, Loran was too expensive, just a compass and Sun Glasses, best thing to do from Plymouth in July was leave as the sun rises and drive straight into it, (due East) 45 minutes later you were sitting 100 yards off "P" Town floating with the whales, if you missed in the Fog you ran out of gas headed to London.... That almost happened, along with a couple of OH **** moments with fish trawlers.. FOG Sucks!!
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    A Member in good standing of Dicksmarine, Mesa AZ. "The Land of Misfit Toys"

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    The pics are a little old , ive had it in dry covered storage with my winabago lasharo, for the winter here in CT , ill try to get a full veiw pic soon as i can , and thanks for your response, i know its the same hull as the F-22 and have been wondering how its design is seaworthy and what kind of conditions are best for it , and can try to set up the transom and motor for the best match for performance wise and for the boat itself

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    The center Console hull was the same as the Cuddy picture you posted. It was low in the water in the back, had the self bailing scuppers for when things got rough. Looking back it really wanted twin OB's, plenty of room for that. The center console was a fishing machine. We grew up in Rockland MA, the old home of Boston Whaler, The Seyler was alot cheaper and faster than the comparable Whaler at the time.
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    I know the top half of my boat is alot lighter , and mine is very basic mostly all fiberglass, no extra features, on the dual outboard setup i would need to learn a bit on transom reinforcement and if that would be best for this boats weird configuration, and as i see a old Boston whaler is still more money than aalot of boats , you pay extra for a boat you can cut in hlf and still floats🚤

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    There's a guy selling twin Monty V8's. That would liven it up a tad.
    If I don't ask any questions, I'll never learn anything.

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    Omg too funny. I used to own this boat 9 years ago as Facebook reminded me. Would love to provide any details I can for you. It looks a little worse for wear from the time I had it. Feel free to PM me

    Quote Originally Posted by Bowlgarte View Post
    I know the top half of my boat is alot lighter , and mine is very basic mostly all fiberglass, no extra features, on the dual outboard setup i would need to learn a bit on transom reinforcement and if that would be best for this boats weird configuration, and as i see a old Boston whaler is still more money than aalot of boats , you pay extra for a boat you can cut in hlf and still floats🚤

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    That's crazy I'm still in ct, do you have any old pics of her, and are you the one that did the transom extension, been wondering some details as i want to restore this rare beauty,

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    U on Facebook , im on there as Andrew Bowlgarte

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    At least there is a sink to pee in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Shot Merc View Post
    If you restore this boat you have to make the sink functional
    It actually does work ,has a pump that takes in water, then the drain just pours out threw a small bulkhead, it has 12v plugs in the salon , and a table mount like you would find in a pop-up camper, not sure jow exactly it was set up in the salon, or what the plugs are for

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