V12 with steering wheel restoration

BillyB11

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Hi all,

I am thinking about restoring this v12 that was my childhood boat. I personally have never seen the bot with the steering wheel functional, but I want to restore back to its glory! Also I am having a hard time finding and other v12 with the steering wheel.

Does anyone know where I can get more info on this boat. Also if anyone has any advice or idea of how much this will cost I would appreciate it.

Billy
 

BillyB11

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gm280

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Here are some photos

BillyB11, :welcome: to iboats...

That looks like a nice project to do. I say go for it. :thumb:

I am certain others will chime in to help you out with such things. I've never worked on such a boat myself. But this is the best place to get the help you want.
 

BillyB11

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JoeMan

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Billy...do you still need this help? If so, I'll dig through my files to provide what I can, as well as giving you the specs and year of your V12.
 

jbcurt00

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JoeMan, just be sure to take note of when a post was made.

Billy hasnt beem on iboats since his last post here, a couple weeks past the 90days inactive period. After 90days, its usually best to wait for the member to post an update. Otherwise, we're all just talking to each other w/out the member who started a topic.

Thanks

Please dont reply here in Billys topic, PM me if necessary. I wont close this for now, lets wait and see if BillyB11 stops by.......
 
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