I don't think I can change the Title on the original post. I tried and it wasn't something I could change do. I wish I could.yeah, Jeff - it might be time to rename the thread to be more in tune to what you are doing.
you are probably missing out on a lot of traffic that would be truly interested in your project.
I didn't know that is possible either. Found that is the 3 dots at upper right of the original post (not the upper right dots of the window). Clicking edit there lets you edit both the title and post, cool.I don't think I can change the Title on the original post. I tried and it wasn't something I could change do. I wish I could.
WRONG! I can change it but I would have sworn I tried and it wouldn't let me. If I had known it would have been changed weeks ago.
Well over half way done. BUT, once I get the deck on and it on the trailer I am going to have to stop.Thanks for posting photos, I've enjoyed watching your progress. One of those projects that is overwhelming at first. I guess you're over half way done? Or is a complete engine over haul next?
My father-in-law tried to get me to buy a Grady White that had sunk at the dock. He said you can't go wrong for $1000.00Never really enjoyed working on boats except for maybe small projects. I used to be on a boating forum, 2 actually. I would see some guys by a hunk of crap with the hopes of restoring it and sail away. Most if not all cases, it never happened. I had one boat like that. Spent 4 years working on it and then finally sold it. Lost money is slip fees and materials. What I regret the most was not sailing for those 4 years.
After that experience, my attitude was that if you cant motor and sail it the day you buy it, dont buy it. Living aboard the boats at the time I was restoring it made it a lot easier. Yes, there was the mess to clean up every day, but when the mood hit me, I was already there.
BTW. yor boat looks great so far. Kep it up