View Poll Results: Are you interested in a Tri-Hull club?

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  1. #301
    Chief Petty Officer bigredinohio's Avatar
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    Default Re: Tri-Hull Club...Yes? No? Maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by jcsercsa View Post
    Starcraft club whats that ??? lol tri-hulls rule !!! lol

    yea yea i know theres some starcrafts that are tri-hulls !! John
    I got that cold chill up my spine hearing the word Starcraft.
    FUN is a way of life!


    1975 Checkmate V-Mate II w/150 HP Mercury "Tower of Power"
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    1973 Silverline Comoro 16-1/2 T w/150 HP Mercury "Tower of Power"

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  2. #302

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    well... flip..... i found a tri-hull i could not pass up.. Hello all! i am the proud new owner of a 1970 chrysler fury 0525101856a.jpg

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    so i have alot of questions.. and few answers can i find about chrysler fury restoration... should be fun though! so i think im in? right? or do i have to pledge?... lol anyways. plan on staring my own restoration thread, keep yer eye out.. picked up both tilt trailor and boat for 150. boooyeaaahhh. later guys!

  3. #303
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    A before pic of my 74 Starcraft 17' Capri. Glad to be in the tri hull club![IMG][/IMG]

  4. #304
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    Default Re: Tri-Hull Club...Yes? No? Maybe?

    I am in! Rehab'd a 1970 Crestliner Muskie 15' back in 1997. Just took her out of permanent storage, tuned her up and put her back in the water. She is due for some updating too. Here she is before and after
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  5. #305
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    Count me in! 1973 Winner Bimini
    I also have a 1969 Alumacraft 15' trihull.
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    Last edited by Ksmith0110; June 17th, 2010 at 11:08 PM. Reason: add note

  6. #306

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    Im in!!!!

    1973 Tri-sonic... 18ft....

    doesnt look like this now.... will put new pics up as soon as i can
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  7. #307

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    Father In-Law (large) and my (small) Tri-Hull's in the yard



    I still have interior to put in, though this year will be minimal stuff.
    Once we decide if we really like it enough to keep for a long time, I'll figure out how I really, really was to refit the interior.

    Here are the hull repairs.

    The Chris Craft Before:




  8. #308

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    Chris Craft after Transom, Rail, and Bow repairs:





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    Can I join? Here are some pics of mine. It is a 1971 Fabuglas 15'-4" Trident 154 with a 1981 90hp Evinrude. Got the boat from my Grandfather after he died and I want to restore it to the original condition.
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    Default Re: Tri-Hull Club...Yes? No? Maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by BHShaman View Post
    Chris Craft after Transom, Rail, and Bow repairs:
    ]
    Wow, that took a lot of work. Very nice.
    As in people, there comes a time in your life when you realize what boat will always matter, what boat does matter, & what boat never did. So don't worry about the boats from your past, there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future. .



    http://forums.iboats.com/boat-restoration-building-hull-repair/1978-mfg-gypsy-rebuild-557457.html

    http://www.youtube.com/user/tallcanadian?feature=mhee
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dQQV332c3o0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksHkfRJSORA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwSJjeFI298

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    Default Re: Tri-Hull Club...Yes? No? Maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by jcr View Post
    Can I join? Here are some pics of mine. It is a 1971 Fabuglas 15'-4" Trident 154 with a 1981 90hp Evinrude. Got the boat from my Grandfather after he died and I want to restore it to the original condition.
    That's a nice deep boat. I like it.
    As in people, there comes a time in your life when you realize what boat will always matter, what boat does matter, & what boat never did. So don't worry about the boats from your past, there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future. .



    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=557457

    http://www.youtube.com/user/tallcanadian?feature=mhee
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dQQV332c3o0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksHkfRJSORA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwSJjeFI298

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    Thanks Tallcanadian I checked out your photo album, great job. I'm starting to think twice about going all original. I like the seats you put in and thinking about going in that direction but my wife likes the lounge seats so she can layout on the water. My boat still floats and runs great. I just need to learn about restoring her first before jumping right in. I really like your boat and applaud you on your hard work. I'm going to check out your videos now. best wishes to you

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    Default Re: Tri-Hull Club...Yes? No? Maybe?

    Quote Originally Posted by jcr View Post
    Thanks Tallcanadian I checked out your photo album, great job. I'm starting to think twice about going all original. I like the seats you put in and thinking about going in that direction but my wife likes the lounge seats so she can layout on the water. My boat still floats and runs great. I just need to learn about restoring her first before jumping right in. I really like your boat and applaud you on your hard work. I'm going to check out your videos now. best wishes to you
    Thanks for the kind words, much appreciated. I'm in the process now of repainting mine. It's been 3 years since the build and I've decided that I didn't like the way the paint came out. (the fool that I am)Here's the link to that. http://forums.iboats.com/showthread....ghlight=sunray

    Now back to yours. So why don't you take the lounge seat in it now and have it repaired and keep it in there for your wife. Then you can still get 2 single seats like mine on the drivers side. A lot of the new boats do that and it looks great. Then everyone is happy. Just my 2 Canadian cents worth.
    As in people, there comes a time in your life when you realize what boat will always matter, what boat does matter, & what boat never did. So don't worry about the boats from your past, there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future. .



    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=557457

    http://www.youtube.com/user/tallcanadian?feature=mhee
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dQQV332c3o0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksHkfRJSORA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwSJjeFI298

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    Count me in! 1973 Merri-Mack 15' with 115 Johnson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcr View Post
    Can I join? Here are some pics of mine. It is a 1971 Fabuglas 15'-4" Trident 154 with a 1981 90hp Evinrude. Got the boat from my Grandfather after he died and I want to restore it to the original condition.
    I'm restoring a 1969 Fabuglas Trident 170 that I also got when my grandfather passed away, I'll be following you progress

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    '76 Caravelle CX176K

    Im in the process of replacing the floor/stringers. got most all the bad removed today, and we're just about ready to start the rebuilding process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxTech View Post
    I'm restoring a 1969 Fabuglas Trident 170 that I also got when my grandfather passed away, I'll be following you progress
    Cool TxTech, I can't wait to see some pics. I don't know when I'm going to start on my restore (lack of money and all) probably wait for winter and hopefully have it ready for next summer. Good luck on your resto

  18. #318
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    1975 Silverline Comoro 18ft
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    These pics are from 2005






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    17' Fabuglas Trident... Need to replace the stringers and begin rebuild but I'm in

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    [QUOTE=freezer41;2757738]1975 Silverline Comoro 18ft
    Mercuiser 302

    These pics are from 2005

    Awesome trihull, freezer.
    As in people, there comes a time in your life when you realize what boat will always matter, what boat does matter, & what boat never did. So don't worry about the boats from your past, there's a reason why they didn't make it to your future. .



    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=557457

    http://www.youtube.com/user/tallcanadian?feature=mhee
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dQQV332c3o0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksHkfRJSORA
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwSJjeFI298

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    Quote Originally Posted by TireFryer View Post
    1969 North American 15ft w/ 1969 Chrysler 55HP... my first boat (actually, for my lil' 5 & 4 y/o boys!)

    Wow, my dad had that exact boat, only in fire engine red. Bought it new in 69 with a 55hp Evinrude. Upgraded to a 100hp in 1972. Blew a hole in the head sometime in the early 80's, so we replaced the power head with a 125hp Johnson (used Evinrude casing due to it being rated at 100hp)...engine was bored out to around 133hp. That thing would fly. Mid-50's with only about the back 6 inches of the hull touching the water. I'd "fly" it across waves and have people tell me the prop was a foot out of the water. If it would have had power trim we're thinking low 60's.....that thing was a blast, I'd love to get it back, it was still within 30 miles or so of us a couple years ago, but I've lost touch with it since then.

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    1976 Seaswirl Tri-Hull

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    Count me in too! 1976 Glastron Something or other!
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    count me in i got two of them 1976 glassmaster 14ft 65hp mercury
    1978 marquis 17ft 470 mercruiser the love it or hate it motor
    marquis is getting a rebuild to it ill get pics of soon
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    I'm a newbie ...but i think a Trihull club would be awsome....i just bought my first boat it's a 74 glastron starflite trihull 2 so i'm told...but cool boat i'm getting it painted bought all new carpet and seats i'm not putting the back to back seats back in i'm just going to install 2 front seats so i can have more room....here is a pic of what i'm doing so far.

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