Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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Re: Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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simply awsome congrats on a beautiful boat

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Re: Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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Very impressive Bob! So nice to hear you enjoyed the build..after all that's really what it's all about. And don't forget to give yourself a big chunk of credit for the spectacular results.
As Dave says, there's nothing more enjoyable than boating in a boat you have built.

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Re: Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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Well, here are the final costs for the construcion of AYE DOCK. Would I do it again. You bet the fun and enjoyment were priceless.
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Sorry but need to add the custom construction of the electric motor mount that I designed and had built was $1491.00
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Congratulations on a successful project, and thanks for posting the process, piccies and costs. It helps others make decisins and plan it all.

So... which one next??? :twisted:
By the time I have built a boat, I'll be ready to build a boat....

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My plans are to finish up AYE DOCK after Christmas. I want to put in wooden floorboards and make the canopy. After that I am looking at the Squirt since I have a grandson but need his father to sign on to store the boat once finished. I am also looking at the 12 and 14 foot Driftboat since I am an avid fly fisherman.

I can see this can become an addictive hobby. I am not so sure my wife will let me build another boat in the garage again with her car outside.
Bob
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Re: Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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This is a first class job. I call it real eye candy too. :) Do you plan on doing any local shows in the region? I would love to see the boat up close over the winter. Thanks.

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I have never thought of doing any shows. Didn't know they exist. If in the Winter Park area give me a call. More than happy to take you out.
Bob
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Re: Lo Volt Willson Construction 12

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I know this post has some years on it, but I just read it beginning to end over the last couple of days. Thanks for taking the time to post all the updates! Beautiful boat!

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