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Owner: Paul Susralski Sr
Location: Aurora, IL

Model: 1969 Mustang
Length: 16
Engine: 302 Interceptor
HP: 240
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Last year I noticed that when my boat was in the water, it leaned to one side......with no one in it. After asking around, I found out that over the years, these boats commonly take on water under the floor. This water soaks into the foam in the hull and becomes extremely heavy. I decided to take on the task myself. The job was larger than expected but after 40 hours of labor, I now have a boat that sits perfectly in the water. As a bonus, I recieved an additional 5 mph at the top end due to the fact that I removed 800 pounds of saturated foam. Step by step photos and info are available upon request.

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