2015 Bingo Build

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2015 Bingo Build

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Just started my Bingo Build which will be worked on during rain days and the winter months. As you can see there has been some rain days.
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Bingo plans
Bingo plans
Carbon paper laid out for patterns
Carbon paper laid out for patterns
Marine Plywood bought at Menards
Marine Plywood bought at Menards

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Using painters tape to secure carbon paper works great, just enough grab and can be removed easily.

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Caveman--Thanks for posting! Look forward to watching your progress. Looking good so far...

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Slowly making progress.
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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Sorry for the pictures, when I submitted them they looked correct. Trial and error I guess,

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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hello

Have you continue the construction of the bingo, do you have any other pictures. I will start mine soon

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Yes and I do have some more pictures. I will get these posted ASAP. I have done some additional work and have found a wave runner trailer that works great. I changed out the 3" neck for a longer piece to accommodate the 13' boat.

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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If you're taking that boat to the launch ramp,don't forget the drain plug! :lol:
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Gotta love stitch & glue! Nice work!
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That design is so cool. You achieve a "boat" in such little time and materials its great for keeping the builder motivated. And in the end its an awesome, fast, fun, great looking boat.

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Caveman,

I love what you have done here so far. Nice work! I'm cruising the forums garnering inspiration the likes of which you are providing, to eventually take the "plunge" myself.

Keep going, it looks great! I'm liking this design.

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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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This is an excellent boat for first time builders which I am. Once you decide, Just take your time. Do a lot of reading and start gathering up your materials. I found in Illinois that Menards and Home Depot had all wood that I needed for this project. Good luck,

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I love how quickly these stitch and glue designs come together.Can you imagine what a traditional boat builder form 100 years ago would think if he were to see this! The Bingo looks great. If I were to build another boat, I would seriously consider a stitch and glue design.
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Re: 2015 Bingo Build

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Fuel tank will be placed up front to help with weight.
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BOAT1.jpg
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