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The original game changer!
Is that a original deck layout or custom built? Get something on top of that transom ASAP
I don’t think it’s the original deck layout although I can’t find much about the original layouts online. Yeah I got her with intentions on redoing the boat. Here she sits now. Previous owner cut the transom down to accommodate a 15” shaft motor. I’m building it back for 20” shaft motor. I should say we’re building it back. A friend is helping me. I’m putting Coosa on the transom and Divinycell for the deck,cap and bulkheads.
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layer of 1/2” Divinycell first followed by 3/4” Divinycell coming soon. 3/4” Coosa will be for the bow under the tank. Joined the two pieces of 1/2” by bevelling the butt joints back 6”. Followed by some fiberglass. I treated it like I would a drywall joint 🤷🏿
 

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layer of 1/2” Divinycell first followed by 3/4” Divinycell coming soon. 3/4” Coosa will be for the bow under the tank. Joined the two pieces of 1/2” by bevelling the butt joints back 6”. Followed by some fiberglass. I treated it like I would a drywall joint 🤷🏿

How did you glue the divinycell down?
 
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