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Old 01-11-2019, 04:14 PM
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NoBones-

Any recent pictures of your express in progress transformation??

It is winter in Maine and I need to live vicariously through you southern boys.
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Old 01-12-2019, 10:09 AM
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I have the original gauge panel, back hatch, railing, back rest arms,
galley sink, alcohol stove and head sink... Skip & Carla got the head way
back when for their 21 !! Will start rounding it up for your next trip south.
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Thanks man, I really appreciate that.


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Maybe a single Yanmar 8LV and a 370 drive?

I would love to have something like that but it probably will end up with a pair of built merc 250 efi's or pro xb's on a large floatation bracket. A friend of mind builds 2.5 and 3.0 merc's and can easily get 300hp out of the 3 liters. Don't get me wrong a diesel or even a pair of Yamaha 300 4 strokes would be nice but I can do a pair of built merc efis for under 6k. Never know what will pop up on the market when the time comes tho.


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I rode with Skipper and Carl on Carl's 27'er with twin 250 OX66 Yamahas on a bracket. Surprised how well it ran with that power. Plus during the whole water test I stayed down on the fishing deck thinking how nice this would be with outriggers, lots of rod holders and rocket launchers, big fish box full of dolphin, etc.

One thing it will get is a nice tower and outriggers. My dad builds tops and towers for a living plus I can weld anodized aluminum myself so I can get as wild as I want there. Also if it dose get outboards it will leave a spot for some large fish boxes. I can taste the dolphin, wahoo and tuna now!
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Old 01-12-2019, 01:09 PM
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"One thing it will get is a nice tower and outriggers. My dad builds tops and towers for a living plus I can weld anodized aluminum myself so I can get as wild as I want there. Also if it dose get outboards it will leave a spot for some large fish boxes. I can taste the dolphin, wahoo and tuna now!"

Yepper Frizz, that's the advantage of not having an engine cover, extra room for fish box or live well/fish box across the back!! Extra below deck storage is also nice without the engine(s) and I/O.
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