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  • MAKO 285 DC 1988 - The Complete Restoring - Italy

    Hi everybody,

    I've started this work on September 2017.

    And it's almost ready...

    https://ibb.co/kMsGQd



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    I'm trying to upload the photos...

    https://imgur.com/a/f3KX3ab

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    • #3
      from Imgur you need to copy the BBC code to the right of the picture. The link starts with a bracket and the letters IMG.
      1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
      1985 Mako 20c - sold
      Fort Walton Beach, FL
      http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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        I posted some directions http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=59311....it should help you
        1982 Whaler Montauk 90HP( sold)[br]1977 25 Mako CC 225HP

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            Here the complete transformation.

            Telle me what u think about

            Thanx to all

            https://imgur.com/a/nz4yTuH

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            • #7
              Cool build. Don't see too many of those 285s around. That picture of the gigantic fuel tank on the little boat trailer is hilarious.
              Texas[br]\'76 Mako 23- A work in progress[br]

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                that is a great project~ you are doing a great job of restoring another classic Mako to it's full glory!

                I have always loved the 285 line. Maybe someday, if I find a 1979, I will add it to my fleet...? (if they even built them in 79?).

                Looking forward to the finished pix!

                Ciao

                Don

                Boca Raton, FL USA
                [br]DonK[br]Boca Raton, FL[br]1979 236IB: \'The Fish Tank\'[br]1979 Backcountry 18 \'Boner\'[br]<>< <>< <>< <>< ><> J[br]Redneck Troubleshooting:[br]1) If it moves, but ain\'t supposed to, use Duct Tape[br]2) If it don\'t move, but supposed to, use WD40[br]3) If that don\'t fix it, it\'s electrical![br]

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                  Originally posted by Sharpest


                  Cool build. Don't see too many of those 285s around. That picture of the gigantic fuel tank on the little boat trailer is hilarious.



                  [][][][] 285 DC are very rare. I think it was imported in italy long time ago. The substitution of the fuel tank was necessary to give stability to the boat. I've read on this forum everything about the problem and the solution. The line is great. I think it will be a great hull. Perfect for the journey and for fun days

                  Thnx to all

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                    Finally...

                    https://imgur.com/a/nz4yTuH

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                    • #11
                      VERY nicely done! I had no idea there was that much wasted space under the deck above the fuel tank.
                      1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
                      1985 Mako 20c - sold
                      Fort Walton Beach, FL
                      http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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