1984 Aquasport 222ccp

Discussion in 'Big Boat Bragging Spot' started by ceejkay, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. anytide

    anytide Administrator Staff Member

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    i want one of these real bad!
    this is going to be so sweet!!
     
  2. ceejkay

    ceejkay Well-Known Member

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    you know that probably about the 5th time ive herd that. lol

    this has definatly been an emotional rollercoaster for sure. but they are awesome boats. due to their construction they are light for the size. this one comes in at 2200lbs factory. im hoping to see 2500-2800 all said and done with motor and fuel
     
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  3. LowHydrogen

    LowHydrogen Fly-By-Night

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    definitely a beast, lifetime boat when it's done. stick it out you'll get there. If it makes you feel any better it has taken me way longer to do way less, to my 224
     
  4. tomahawk

    tomahawk Well-Known Member

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    Impressive! Definitely see it through.
     
  5. ceejkay

    ceejkay Well-Known Member

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    Making a little headway. Got the rest of the deck cut out and dry fitted. hopefully i will get the bottom of these glassed this week.
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  6. TidewateR

    TidewateR will pole for food

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    love a rebuild thread! Keep at it so we all can live vicariously without the fiberglass itch.
     
  7. KnotHome

    KnotHome "I got to stop wishin'. I've got to go fishin

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    How's it coming?
     
  8. ceejkay

    ceejkay Well-Known Member

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    all progress has stopped and the hull is up for grabs. the wife says this thing has bad juju on it, and need to go. lol everytime i get going i mess up my back or we have a catastrophic failure to the house. so i will have to agree with her
     
  9. LowHydrogen

    LowHydrogen Fly-By-Night

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    Bummer man. I definitely understand though. I have come so close to walking away from my project many times, my wife is really tired of looking at a boat we never use. You shouldn't have much trouble selling though. You've done a ton of quality work.
    Good luck on whatever path you take.