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Finally finished the narrow finish boards. Here are a few pics. The lumber yard is cutting the wider, long ones which should be finished tomorrow. Once I get them, I'll begin installing them.
- Mon Dec 04, 2017 3:10 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Rocky Mountain Monte Carlo
- Replies: 70
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JT, I am sorry that I just found your string for the Monte Carlo. I am building the Monaco (see " Monaco Restart" by Speedracer) which looks similar to your hull. Anyway, your build looks fantastic. The PCM engine I purchased didn't fit well. I had to go in and out six times I think, trimm...
So I am thinking about the windshield. Attached are two pics I took at this years Wooden Boat Festival in Madisonville, LA. I like this design of open sides. Can anyone who wishes to respond tell me where I can source parts like this or similar to?
Brian, I placed old sheets and blankets first to catch immediate drips, then went under with a rag and wiped as needed. I also mixed the glue pretty thick to minimize drips and didn't get crazy with the amount. I'm not a fanatic over the interior that no one will ever see so It wasn't an issue. Than...
Thanks everyone. The deck over the speedometer and tachometer will slope port and starboard and finish out just behind the windshield. At least that's the plan. I'll be at the boat festival in October but the boat won't. No way I'll finish it by then and I don't want to put it out until it's finished.