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  • Greeting from the Cayman Islands.

    As an owner of a 1995 Mako 221, I have joined this forum to gain some insight and ideas when it came to painting the hull and adding a T-top to the boat.

    It is a fantastic hull, having only had two owners in Grand Cayman. She arrived in 95 and was well taken care of. She still wears the original Yahama 225 Saltwater Series engine with a grand total of 430 original hours on the hull.

    The hull was immaculate with a fresh paint job in bright white. I bought in from a friend and have had her for two years and enjoy every minute my family and I spend on it.

    I am in the process of giving her a new paint job, Fighting Lady Yellow, and a bootstrap to match the Yamaha grey. New topside paint on the gunwales, and a T-Top that will match the color creme on the gunwales.

    When complete, I shall post pics on Classic Mako for all to see the work that I have done.

  • #2
    Sounds like a very nice color scheme start a project thread and post up your progress as you go along.We all love boat pics[]Welcome and good luck!

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    • #3
      Welcome. Post pics as we love eye candy here on classic mako.
      [br]1990 Mako 250B[br]Twin Yamaha 300 HPDIs[br]Hollywood, Florida[br]1971 Mako 222 (SOLD)[br]http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=27817

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      • #4
        Welcome. Post pics as we love eye candy here on classic mako.
        [br]1990 Mako 250B[br]Twin Yamaha 300 HPDIs[br]Hollywood, Florida[br]1971 Mako 222 (SOLD)[br]http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=27817

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