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missing bayliner doghouse

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by ebayliner, Jan 12, 2007.

  1. ebayliner
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    ebayliner New Member

    Hi all i am new to the formum and after reviewing some of the forums i decided this mite be the palce for me to start at. I am new to motor boating have had a few canues in my time but this past summer i bought a 1988 bayliner capri 1750 on as you can guess e-bay hence the screen name the hull is in great condition for its age i think needs some buffing and cleaning but the interior is not so good, this boat has spent many years outside and uncovered so you know what it looks like but it is missing the doghouse and the transom cover behind the dog house and i am worndering anybody there got a pattern for these 2 items and any directions as to makeing them or if they have made any for this model if so what would it cost to make a set for mine it has the omc 2.4l 4cyl in it i have found out there is 2 diff sizes on ebay but they dont say which one my capri needs so i refuse to pay that guy $300 for one any help will be greatly appreacited you can emial me info or post thanks
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