2 weeks ago I bought this 14' TomBoy fishing boat for $400. Of course when I got it home I discovered that under the little cracked area in the deck was rotten wood, saturated foam and about 40 gallons of water. My 1st thought was to take it to the dump but after finding iboats I decided to tackle the project. I have built a plywood canoe before with fiberglass and Raka epoxy so I think that experience should help me some. I will attach pics of the 'TomBoy'. I don't know much about the boat other than it may have been built in Huntsville, Alabama in the 60s & 70s. The owner told me the outboard is a "1956" Evinrude (15hp). So far I have ripped out most of the deck, all of the foam and vacuumed/drained out all the water. This weekend I am going to attempt to:
1. Remove the rest of the floor and stringers
2. Remove the transom from the inside
3. Grind & Sand
4. I also have an oops in the hull where the circular saw cut it. Don't know if I will get to it this weekend though.