https://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/lil-racer-metal.jpg 757 1200 Matt http://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Woodyboater-Logo-White.svg Matt2023-03-11 07:41:412023-03-12 10:42:27“mmmmm, Sorry Sir, I Don’t Think We Have A Dumpster For That”
“mmmmm, Sorry Sir, I Don’t Think We Have A Dumpster For That”
Thats the quote from the guy that runs the dump in our area. And maybe his way of thinking is right. But then again, none of us here think right anyway. But man oh man it cracked me up. Wayne Bomb and I were able to extract the lil Racer from beside the barn this week, and she is now home. And boy does she have a story to tell. Like wow, and she has the scars to prove it. But thats for another day. YA! You really think I am going to just use it all up in one story. Hey, some of us like a little milk with our coffee.
What, no sea trial?
Hmm – I see a potential race down the road between your sons with this boat and Yip Yap!
oh yes you do!
You both are certified!
That is going to be a fun ride!!
I love the old Mercury
Old Mercurys are the best
Actually a big strong Johnson is the best, but you have to handle it with kid gloves !
You got it home! You did not even need a daisy chain. Little boats can be a lot of fun.
As per the old commercial – “Where’s the wood”
Very cool lil boat, excited to hear about it.
Who says you can’t get it in a dumpster?
Seems like the older you get the ‘projects’ get smaller — something you can expect to finish in the time you have left.
Love classic aluminum. Taking a little break from wood and picked this up in the fall for my son – ok me too! 1961 16ft princecraft.
And—-it sits on a MasterCraft trailer which is by far one of the smoothest rides out there! Nice find!