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Old 09-21-2012, 09:12 PM
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hey cloaked i saw your boat the other day it came out great
Thank you. I saw you skipping out early the other day too.

It turned out nice. I am pleased with Carl's work. They all did good work on the boat at various stages. The small chip (repair) in the gel was my win. It was driving me crazy.... .

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Old 09-21-2012, 09:25 PM
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I'd love to see some pics. Here is a link to the work they did on mine.
Not much difference in my interior. I had it put back to original configuration. The old was not bad, just wanted to have fresh skins. I'll post a few pics when I get time tomorrow to get a few. I have been busy all week with chores.

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Old 09-22-2012, 12:13 AM
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hey thanks for the replys. yes it is the open bow tri star.
i got a quote from jim for 1600.
i tried calling viper but it said the number was not in service or something like that.
i may end up just doing as much as i can if not all of it myself.
i think the 2 hardest things will be captains seat and engine cover.

3500 is WAY out of my price range.
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:05 AM
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sorry i keep forgetting viper changed numbers here is the new one (865) 738-3413
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:07 AM
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hey cloaked i didnt see you i just saw your boat outside and stopped by to look at it real quick i was in and out felt bad didnt even get to talk to jim or carl
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:06 AM
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hey everyone,
i have an 86 tristar. it needs interior.
im wondering what a good price would be? i got one quote from one guy for 3500 bucks!
seems a bit high to me!!!
I just purchased the same boat 1986 Tristar! Please let me know what you decided to do for your seats. I have a few seats that need to be recovered but most will need replacement soon. I was thinking of using a modern material / pattern, but that would require everything. I'll also be looking for tips to pull the panels, etc..
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:39 AM
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Viper Customs did a 93 190 for me just this past week. Skins, carpet, carbon fiber engine cover drinkholder with SS inserts two new vents for the engine cover (covered up the other vent opening), and a gelcoat touchup in a small spot. $2500.

Write-up on the DS about the work and all.

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please post a pic of the carbon fiber motorbox drinkholder
were the new vents the Billet aluminum ones?
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:06 PM
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I just purchased the same boat 1986 Tristar! Please let me know what you decided to do for your seats. I have a few seats that need to be recovered but most will need replacement soon. I was thinking of using a modern material / pattern, but that would require everything. I'll also be looking for tips to pull the panels, etc..
post up pics.
and how much did you pay for the boat?
im leaning towards doing most of it myself. the 2 items i may have done by a shop will be the captains chair and motor box cover
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Old 09-25-2012, 10:22 PM
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I posted photos in my Album, not sure how to add them here?
I paid over $6k for the boat, I know there was a similar one in CT for less but I didn't have the time to go look at it. This one is clean, low hours, 454 is heavy (no fat sack needed) so I am happy I got it, now get to work on it!
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Old 09-26-2012, 12:29 AM
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I posted photos in my Album, not sure how to add them here?
I paid over $6k for the boat, I know there was a similar one in CT for less but I didn't have the time to go look at it. This one is clean, low hours, 454 is heavy (no fat sack needed) so I am happy I got it, now get to work on it!
dude thats CLEAN. i like it.
and i like that 454 in there. what do you plan on doing to it besides the interior?

mine has the 351 in it with 350hrs.
i paid 2800 for mine. and like you in going to work on it this winter to get her ready for next season.
my plan for interior is either a light gray or white for a mail color with a dark blue welting. something clean n simple.
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