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08-17-2011 11:15 PM
CharlieCobra Thanks, she needs updated electronics.
08-17-2011 09:28 PM
deniseO30 lol I wanna dinghy garage! Great work Charlie!
08-17-2011 08:22 PM
funjohnson 75k.... I'll take it!

Great job as always. I was wondering how this was going to turn out.
08-16-2011 11:21 PM
Hunter 54 exterior reveal...

What started out to be lipstick on a pig turned into a complete makeover. The Hunter 54 is ready to go and looking for a new owner. You've already seen the new interior, now for the exterior.

We pulled the house and side deck skins and re-cored, followed by two layers of fresh glass.


Of course, we couldn't leave it at that and had to freshen everything up, including painting the house and varnish.



We added some non-skid to the swim step for safety.

We also built a new floor for the dinghy garage to replace the one the DEA cut out. It's waiting for paint.

We couldn't just stop there so we did some body work and painted the hull.

So, here we have her ready to go fast cruising for a measly 75K.

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