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1959 Cutter Cabin Cruiser

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  • 1959 Cutter Cabin Cruiser

    Just picked up this boat for a winter restoration project. Its in pretty good shape: fiberglass is faded with a few blemishes and some accessories are missing. Plexiglass windows are fogged, and the top windshield is missing. It originally had an Evinrude 55 Selectomatic power unit which isn't with the boat now. First project of this kind for me, so I'm looking for someone with any or all info to guide me in this project. Ie: original specs, owner manual or whatever info that is out there.
    Thanks, sirrog.

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    Re: 1959 Cutter Cabin Cruiser

    Here you go, I think this is it.

    Miss Morgan,1969 Sleekcraft "Boats by Nescher" Newport. Power by Mercury 115 L6, tower of power.

    Current project,http://forums.iboats.com/forum/boat-...project-fuggly

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