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    Good day, I have lurked on this site for years and finally decided to tackle a Mako restoration/refit. The boat is a 1990 230 WA that has been disassembled and mothballed, but it hase a great dry foundation.

    I have completed a 13 Whaler and 18 Hewes Super Redfisher over the past few years.

    I look forward to posting/documenting my process so that others may use for reference and I hope I can tap in to wealth of knowledge of existing members as I tackle this new direction in projects

    "Bucketmouth"

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    Welcome to CM. We like pictures. hint hint. []
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    Originally posted by bucketmouth


    Good day, I have lurked on this site for years and finally decided to tackle a Mako restoration/refit. The boat is a 1990 230 WA that has been disassembled and mothballed, but it hase a great dry foundation.


    I have completed a 13 Whaler and 18 Hewes Super Redfisher over the past few years.

    I look forward to posting/documenting my process so that others may use for reference and I hope I can tap in to wealth of knowledge of existing members as I tackle this new direction in projects

    "Bucketmouth"


    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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      Don't have pictures of the mako as of yet, but here are some previous before and after of my whaler and hewes....



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