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Old 08-25-2017, 08:42 AM
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Default Magnum 40 re build and conversion

finally starting a thread on the 40 foot Magnum Marine re-build. I have been working on this project for over 20 months. This is an ambitious project that will transform this hull to a one of a kind vessel. I want to share with all of you since I have for years visited and learned on this site from the many experienced and expert members. I hope you guys like what we are doing, and hope to hear your advice and opinions on the work so far.



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Always loved the Magnum hulls, beast of a boat. Susribed
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some day I'll finish my 53'
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Thanks, hope to see your comments on the build, good or bad
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Originally Posted by classic162 View Post
some day I'll finish my 53'
Upload some pictures. Let's see where she's at
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Default Interior cabin. Bathroom door and closet

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Door to bathroom almost done. Italian Magnetic lock

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Lots of finishing left to do but everything lines up perfectly

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Bathroom sink

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Toilet will go to the right of the sink. Still need some top cabinets


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Another view of the sink. Med cabinet still not finished.

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She's beautiful even in her original form!

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Old 08-26-2017, 10:34 AM
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After 30 minutes she wanted nothing to do with it



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On the water with original arenson drives and two very heavy 620HP Mack Diesel engines (M-7)

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Tearing out everything except the hull and cap

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I'm surprised you got her to work on it at all. My wife and I are still young, about 28, and I couldn't get her to help when we redid our 32' Marinette.
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I'm surprised you got her to work on it at all. My wife and I are still young, about 28, and I couldn't get her to help when we redid our 32' Marinette.
I think she thought I was exaggerating about the itch from fiberglass
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From the bow looking back

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After a week or so

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