Bilge Cleaned up!
Now, I sure love a nice boat ride, but I sure love sitting in the barn, music on and cleaning and going through things and really digging in to see what we got here. And it’s all good, including finding a relative of The House Of Stinky.
I love this photo in a strange way. What a way to go!
Hey, only one and no real turds. So thats good. Here bilge was dirty but shockingly cleaned up extremely well. The engine has been de greased and ready for her refresh coat.
Cleaned up well. These were NOT painted bilges.
Very cool add on from the dealer as an option
In the catalog with the boat
Ready to get all painted up. I would leave it to show its age, but in these water conditions here, it has to be painted or it will get worse
Gas tank removed. She was very clean inside. Shockingly clean, we were sure that was a replacement deal. Nope. We have a trick using PURPLE POWER and soaking the tank. Worked like a charm. The tank came out in seconds.
We also got a chance to do an inventory of her paper work. The original owner at some point pulled the hull card, and got some factory memos regarding colors.
Says varnish sides, but that isnt on this. We have a brochure with the red.
The floor is a soft yellow. Never seen that, but there it is in the factory memo. She will get repainted floors like this.
Factory memo on Red interior. with beige welt? So my best guess is the floor is a painted cream color, the seats are red with a matching beige welt?
Can anyone understand this colr seat words. Which also look crossed out?
Her original Bill of Sale
Some info on the KFL
She has a Speedo.
Factory black wheel is correct. You can see the dash base for a missing speedo.
Morror, and no temp gauge. Which is correct oddly
Not correct, but these little aftermarket details are very cool and staying.
Now if you will excuse me, I need to go back into the barn!