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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 21 Oct 2019 02:19 #99901

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I keep telling my beautiful bride, "Honey, we need to be working on your Vagabond", but oh no, she has more important things to do.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Oct 2019 21:30 #99736

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If not converted your motor takes a two line pressure tank. If you want the correct decal we would need to know the correct year of your motor.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Oct 2019 21:10 #99735

Looking for advice on proper fuel tank for Johnson 18hp on a Feathercraft

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 25 Dec 2017 23:07 #80787

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Locomotion wrote:

seaforrest wrote: Why thank you Scott! I appreciate the glory but I think you are looking at Dave's boat. HIS boat looks amazing! Mine is slowly progressing in that direction at the pace of a snail..... But I'm enjoying the process! :silly:


Even a snail moves enough to leave a trail :biggrin:


ya know what a homeless snail is.................

a slug......... :hand:

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 25 Dec 2017 22:48 #80786

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She can do it, Ray.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 25 Dec 2017 22:40 #80785

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Locomotion wrote:

seaforrest wrote: Why thank you Scott! I appreciate the glory but I think you are looking at Dave's boat. HIS boat looks amazing! Mine is slowly progressing in that direction at the pace of a snail..... But I'm enjoying the process! :silly:


Even a snail moves enough to leave a trail :biggrin:


:biggrin: LOL! Wow Loco. I forgot where to even find this thread. Yep! The Seaforrest is on my summer snail list!! BTW.... you should see my list. Good grief. Just call me Rosie.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 25 Dec 2017 22:34 #80784

seaforrest wrote: Why thank you Scott! I appreciate the glory but I think you are looking at Dave's boat. HIS boat looks amazing! Mine is slowly progressing in that direction at the pace of a snail..... But I'm enjoying the process! :silly:


Even a snail moves enough to leave a trail :biggrin:
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 24 Feb 2017 02:02 #71203

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Why thank you Scott! I appreciate the glory but I think you are looking at Dave's boat. HIS boat looks amazing! Mine is slowly progressing in that direction at the pace of a snail..... But I'm enjoying the process! :silly:

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 23 Feb 2017 21:40 #71185

Holley Molly a fella takes a bit of a break and SHEZZAM!!!!!! Your boat looks amazing Carey. What an amazing restoration, I'll have to get caught up. Great job!!!! I always like to see a piece of history saved.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 14 Feb 2017 01:58 #70959

nsul8r25 wrote: After removing the anodizing with EZ Off oven cleaner... I used SOS pads. Real happy with the results...

Looking good Carey.

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That looks great.
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