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Re: Info /help Bayliner B200
Start by cleaning everything out of it and scrubbing ti down so you know exactly what kind of shape it is in.
Remember that it is a boat that isnt going to be worth a whole lot when it is finished, no matter how perfect it is (less than $3K), so before you buy one part or start one project, after you clean it up, determine exactly what NEEDS to be done. Price out all of the parts- even the little stuff you don't think is going to be expensive, because it all adds up, quick.
For example, unless you have, or want to develop, sewing skills, new cabin cushions will set you back over $1000.
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