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Here's my '76 Alumacraft jon to bass boat conversion. It sat for almost 20 years, but the pandemic gave me time to actually finish it. It doesn't hold a candle to some of the beautiful boats I've seen here. I hope to learn a lot from this forum for the next build!
 

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Here’s my new to me boat! 1997 SeaArk MV1648P and it came with a 1977 Johnson 25 that I’m refreshing now.
 

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PapaParrott said:
Here’s my new to me boat! 1997 SeaArk MV1648P and it came with a 1977 Johnson 25 that I’m refreshing now.

Looks great! Post more pics when you finish refreshing
 

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Been a member for a few years but never got around to posting any pics of my boat. 14’ Blue Fin with a 20 hp Merc. Both late 70’s I would guess, not even sure. One is how I got it and the other is as it sits now. Upgraded the trailer and added some floors and front deck, bow mount Motorguide, etc……. Never ending project it seems. My first (and probably last) boat.
 

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First time post, Here is one of my ratty boats a 1972 Starcraft American 15 with 1983 115hp has 1993 mustang seats for a sweet ride !
 

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My new 2021 Polar Kraft Dakota 1670.
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freimer said:
Been a member for a few years but never got around to posting any pics of my boat. 14’ Blue Fin with a 20 hp Merc. Both late 70’s I would guess, not even sure. One is how I got it and the other is as it sits now. Upgraded the trailer and added some floors and front deck, bow mount Motorguide, etc……. Never ending project it seems. My first (and probably last) boat.

Good job. Boat looks good. Yes sir I keep finding more things my boat needs too.
 

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First time post, but the more I look at my "new" boat the more I'm sure it won't be my last. My old boat was an early 80s 15' MFG Gypsy.
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The new one is, I believe, a 54, 55, or 56, Arkansas Traveler Sportsman, or Custom Sportsman.
It needs a lot of work, and I expect I'll need about that same amount of advice, but we can save those conversations for future posts.
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Great project boat Dc in MI! Looking forward to the restore/build.


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Haven’t been on the forum for quite a while. Lots of great projects and boats to catch up on.

I have had a number of Alumacraft models over the years, 1436, (2) 1648’s (made a side console out of one of them), an 1860 SC with a 90, a dual console Pro 185 with a 90, and now still have a 2018 single console Pro 185 with a 115 SHO Yamaha. Good times with fishing, tubing and skiing. The 185’s are rated for 5 people which gives me good flexibility for who I can take out in the boat.

Anyway, love tin boats because of their light weight, flexibility, ease of maintenance and durability. Alumacraft is still one of the best.
 

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Wow Ronbedard57, nice job! It looks mint!

Welcome and thanks for joining!
 

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Welcome, Brad Thomas! Thanks for joining! :beer:

Love those jet boats!
 

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cmgw,
I tried to edit your post to see if I could help. If you edit your post, there are 2 links in it. The top one is short, and then the 2nd one is longer. How did you get that link? That link leads to a .jpg file which is what is needed to link a photo, then we can wrap it in .img tags. Does that make sense? "Quote" my post and you will see what I mean.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51893169068_a036ce91e8_c.jpg

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