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1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby diggin4grouper » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:17 pm

its has started , the frist task was to get it off the trailer ,
got it on the ground and used the truck abd a polyform ball to flip it over ... the trailer is junk and will be cut up for scrap ..

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first order of business is to fix this mess

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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby PhishingPhanatic » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:21 pm

Looks like you've got your work cut out for you on that one Diggin. Keep up posted with the progress.
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby diggin4grouper » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:27 pm

PhishingPhanatic wrote:Looks like you've got your work cut out for you on that one Diggin. Keep up posted with the progress.


this one might be easier than the last one ... and you know i will or i wouldn't have posted

strizile wrote:Here we go again LOL :jester:

Make it just as good Diggin :thumright:


yep , just as good as what factory , yea right we exceed factory lol
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby Username28 » Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:11 pm

Best of luck to ya, I thought about doing that with my old boat, then decided screw that and got rid of it.
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby diggin4grouper » Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:39 pm

Username28 wrote:Best of luck to ya, I thought about doing that with my old boat, then decided screw that and got rid of it.


thanks , this one is just for fun , this is going to take longer than the other one we did as we have a boat to fish with we will take our time with it ...

but we will take free labor !!!
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby Username28 » Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:36 pm

diggin4grouper wrote:
Username28 wrote:Best of luck to ya, I thought about doing that with my old boat, then decided screw that and got rid of it.


thanks , this one is just for fun , this is going to take longer than the other one we did as we have a boat to fish with we will take our time with it ...

but we will take free labor !!!

if you werent 2.5 hours away I'd offer to help, but...thats a bit of a drive.
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby diggin4grouper » Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:39 pm

Username28 wrote:if you werent 2.5 hours away I'd offer to help, but...thats a bit of a drive.


was only joking we got it handled , the bottom is the easy part lol when we flip it back over will be the nasty stuff . going to dismantle the trailer to morrow and get some stuff of it thats still good for craigs list , winch post what rollers are left ect
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby diggin4grouper » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:27 pm

well we getting started on the boat here in a few days and if any of yall decide
yall want a project boat for your own you can get all your supply's at the
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Re: 1976 MAKO ANGLER REBUILD

Postby Username28 » Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:24 pm

diggin4grouper wrote:well we getting started on the boat here in a few days and if any of yall decide
yall want a project boat for your own you can get all your supply's at the

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