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George has the prototype of the gauge bezel ready for the boat owner to approve.
George Yurcak shows the progress of the fiber glass work that is being done on the 23 Mako
The boat owner has an idea on how to improve the live well in the 23 Mako. Captain Al discusses the live well set up.
Captain Al, Discusses the dilemma of the viewing angle of the new digital gauges.
Captain A describes the process of glassing the deck and working on the teak.
The console went out for paint today. We also sent the hatch covers. Jeff Butta is going to spray them and get them back to us in a couple of days. We can then begin the big job of reconstructing the console with new wiring, terminal blocks, lighting, gauges etc.
We are starting another complete restoration for Tony Daidone on another 1979 23 foot Mako. This boat is in very good shape and lived its entire old life on Lake Michigan. Having lived in only fresh water makes things a lot easier. There is no salt water corrosion of parts and the boat never had bottom paint on it. It is coming along real good and we will be posting lots of new photos of the work in progress very shortly.