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  1. #76
    Cadet Salmonguy's Avatar
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    1977 SRV200 SUNRUNNER

    Bought this boat from the original owner this summer. Completley repowered in 1996 5.7L Alpha one and kicker. 71 hrs since repower stored inside since. The interior is now out and awaiting upholstery and new vinyl flooring.










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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    Just picked her up for doing some body work on a car for a guy.1976 srv220
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    Sold the 24 still got the 18 you got to love these old Sea Rays.

    Seems the picture of the 24 did not upload Oh well!

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    Cool Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    1986 Sea Ray SRV210 Cuddy Cruiser Project:

    Bought it off Craigslist with a blown Motor:


    New Motor:





    davE
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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    Wow it seems like there are a lot of 80's and newer rays out there. Well here is my 75 SRV190 i'm restoring. She was repowered with a merc 260 at some point that runs great after sitting for almost 8 years.






    Check out my restoration thread! Here

    1975 Sea Ray SRV 190 powered by a Mercruiser 260!

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    Newbie here, I just found you guys so I am sure I will be on here alot.
    Here's a few of my mistress:
    1990 190BR OB 5.7 with only 185 hrs (I typed that right) on it




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    I'm the Small boat:




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    New to me 1996 190BR with a 4.3. First boat and lovin her.






  9. #84
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    2008 185 Sport



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    Hi everyone, I'm new here so I'll introduce my self with my boat!

    I'm from Europe - Croatia and have this boat for 2 years. Spend almost 15k Euro on repairing it (small glitches) but it's worth every penny
    Bought new engine 2008 and it works like clock Mercruiser 4.3l MPI 220HP
    This is 1991 21' Sorrento model:








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    Here is mine ... just picked her up 2 weeks ago. its a 2001 185


  12. #87
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    kfraser - your boat looks a lot like mine, but cleaner ! I'll get there one day <sigh>

    So, I'm new here, new to boats and starting out with a project, but a classic solid boat (I hope). She's an SRV220 with a 402 Ford. The HIN says 1974, but so far I haven't heard tale of a 220 from 1974. I'm in touch with Sea Ray to get some info. Her previous owner stripped her right down, replaced ALL the plywood and got the carpet down, installed the rebuilt engine that sounds AWESOME and that's where he quit. For this year, we just want to get her wet. We don't have tons of time or tons of money, but I wanted to have a family recreational activity. I thought it was going to be boating, skiing and fishing, but so far it's restoring! HA!

    So,this is all basically pickup day. This is "how to build a boat trailer and load a 3500lb boat on it in 6 hours." Actually, it was more than that, but it was about 6 hours on site. Couldn't buy a used trailer here at all! Last pic is what I get to clean up. Yikes!

    MDH is dealing with the few minor engine things -- hooking up fuel lines, reinstalling the fuel pump WITH a gasket, please... He is also in charge of the stern drive which is new to him. Seems not too awful though. Basic mechanics, hydraulics, gearing, joints. We'll see once he's into it. I get to deal with the interior -- building the console base and installing same, galley, seats, trim. Electrical is for both of us to do and paint is next year we hope.

    I'm thinking of looking for a hardtop for it, though the previous owner said he trashed it because it was too hot underneath and it was too low. It'll have to be a hard-top or a new custom cover as I have only the original that snaps to the hard-top. Hasn't been decided yet. Minor detail.

    Are we nuts? Ya, probably, but what the heck. The price was right.
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    Ya, like I have time and money for this...

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    Finally got around to picking up my '75 Sea Ray 190. Dad called me about 2 weeks ago and gave it to me. Said that he was done with it, since it's not seen the water in about 8 years ago or so.

    Before the quick bath at the car wash.


    After the bath. It's still full of grime and leaves, as it was under a carport type storage place, but uncovered. I had expected the upholstery to be all torn up from critters and such, but it all appears to be in tact from when he had the seats reupholstered several years ago.


    Overall, it appears to be in pretty good shape. Gonna rebuild the carb, replace the fuel and water pumps and see if I can get it to start up.

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    My 1983 19ft. SRV190 3.8L OMC Stringer 800. Bought last season for $1800.00. This pic. is post restoration. I will be restoring this starting in the fall as soon as the temps. drop down here in AZ.


    SOLD!!!!!
    Last edited by chadelliott; July 22nd, 2011 at 11:52 AM.

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    Here's my newest toy....... 1976 SeaRay 220 SRV Overnighter

    Here's a link to the pics:

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1089.JPG

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1090.JPG

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1091.JPG


    Overall very good condition, someone else already did the restore work.
    1981 Beachcraft, 85hp outboard. PAID FOR. ++ SOLD++

    1976 SeaRay SRV 220 Overnighter, PAID FOR

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    Hello. Bought my first boat this summer and the family and I are loving it! A 1998 Sea Ray 185 that was greatly taken care of with a 4.3.


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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    Quote Originally Posted by VonZipper View Post
    Here's my newest toy....... 1976 SeaRay 220 SRV Overnighter

    Here's a link to the pics:

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1089.JPG

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1090.JPG

    http://cid-1572e88774af38ca.skydrive...s/HPIM1091.JPG


    Overall very good condition, someone else already did the restore work.
    i love these srv 220 ov rays....
    i just picked my up a 73 srv 220 oc....no pictures yet, it was pouring down rain while getter her loaded on the trailer...

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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    1973 Sea Ray SRV 220 OV



    1973 SeaRay SRV220 OV Project: "The Bi-Polar Express"
    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=359619

    How i made my boat seats..
    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=379388

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    '69 Srv190
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    Nothing is so broken that Government can't make it worse.

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    This is a shot of my 1963 Sea Ray Model 808. Powered by dual 1963 40 Horse Johnsons and sitting on a 1963 E Z Load tandem trailer with Sea Ray logos over the fenders. It has a matching interior and the whole package is in excellent shape. Built in Oxford, Mi. by Ray Industries. It runs great and gets lots of looks going up and the lake.
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    Talking Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    I just bought a 1987 268DA hoping to have a lot of fun next summer. The first Pic is where it was when I bought it in Grand Haven Mi. but I was more impresed with the 40' Sonic with Triple 700's in it that was on the lift next to it. The second is where she will sleep for the winter an hour west of Chicago. I liked the name but my wife didn't think our Church friends would understand so the new name will be (IT's All About the FUN.)
    This is another Great CraigsList find!



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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    Heres me pulling home my new addition.

    1987 Sundancer 270
    Twin 5.7 Mercs


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    hello everybody!!
    new here to this site and would like to join all you sea ray guys.
    this past summer my dad,brother and me picked up a 1980 30 sport bridge from a boat yard in sommers point nj. the boat was left at yard by owner and needed total resto. boat was loaded with fishing gear,chairs, tools,hardware and more,
    paid 800.00 for it and pulled it to my farm in s.e penna. cost 400 to move. both motors were intacted but only port ran . 2 350 chevys rwc. anyway we pulled the motors and replaced with 454 ch350. fwc. also replaced shafts,props,all wiring,all pumps,lines,. in short we gutted the hull and replaced all mech parts needed or not. so far there is about 10k in parts and used the best we could find. we also have a 26 grady w/200 yamahas. plan to use sea ray for h/d shark fishing and other off shore fishing as well , there is somthing about this ray that we could not pass up on this deal. sold the running port motor for 500.00 and the gear that was on board was well over 2k.
    i will post pixs of our work for all to see and if you plan on a repower to b/b chevys these pixs may help.
    it was a deal like we all want to find and the cond of hull was unremarkable for a 1980.
    anyway hello to all and hope to find may friends here.
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    Default Re: Post a pic of yours.... classic/vintage or new Sea Ray

    Fairly new to the site-
    I've been spending most of my time at Club Sea Ray. Anyway, I'm glad to find the Sea Ray section here on iboats.com...great site!

    I bought my first Sea Ray this summer, got a real good deal on it in July and used it until November to shake it down and make a list of what I want to do to her.

    Here she is the day I picked her up-


    And here she is this fall waiting to go out-


    I started a restoration thread here and at CSR.
    1984 Sea Ray 255 Amberjack
    Cessna 182E
    2012 37' Allegro Bus...The land yacht.

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