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  • keefekyle
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    What shop did you use? What was the cost?

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  • prostar205
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    Originally posted by gweaver View Post
    That looks amazing!! Not in the cards for me to do the interior yet, but when I do, I hope you don't mind if I copy your color scheme. It will go very well in mine.
    Very, very nice! And with the Deckadence, it really does look like a new boat!
    G
    Won't mind at all. Would love to see this interior in other boats. It keeps the traditional look of the boat while folding in the newer material and the diamond pattern.

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  • gweaver
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    That looks amazing!! Not in the cards for me to do the interior yet, but when I do, I hope you don't mind if I copy your color scheme. It will go very well in mine.
    Very, very nice! And with the Deckadence, it really does look like a new boat!
    G

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  • Hammer
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    Looks awesome!

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  • Hammer
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    Originally posted by Gonzo View Post
    Goodness Gracious, that looks AWESOME! So Jealous, great job!
    DO IT TIGHTWAD!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 2RLAKE
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    really spectacular ... huge congrats

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  • MC25
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    Wow!!!!

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  • Eric2010MCX2
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    looks like a new boat. Put a new current model year designator on the hull and it will look like a new boat!

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  • wakesurf6786
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    Looks awesome! We’re hopefully getting a 04 x30 this summer. Can’t wait! Might redo our interior like that in a couple years.

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  • prostar205
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    More pictures of the interior after getting it all fastened back into the boat. Previously I had just placed it in there without the bolts holding it to the fiberglass.
    Attached Files

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  • prostar205
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    Originally posted by Greg123 View Post
    That looks so nice! Great job on the design. I would love to see more pics of the deckadence.
    Just posted more pictures from this weekend of the Deckadance.

    http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...ad.php?t=83526

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  • tmothy07
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    Originally posted by moleson10 View Post
    But does it have a "Posi-traction rear differential"?
    Seeing as positraction is a GM thing, it'd be weird for a Plymouth to have one

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  • prostar205
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    Originally posted by moleson10 View Post
    But does it have a "Posi-traction rear differential"?
    Yes, it has the Mopar Sure Grip rearend.

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  • moleson10
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    Originally posted by prostar205 View Post
    I have a ton a pictures of this car including when it was pee-yellow when she owned it.

    Here are some high level details of the car.

    1 of 1,281 convertible 1969 Barracuda's made that year
    Originally had a 318 engine / 904 trans
    Now has a crate 360 (5.9L) / 727 trans (engine and trans painted same color as body of car)
    Rear end is a Dana 60, 36 splined axle setup from Strang Engineering
    3:54 gears
    Purple Crazy Purple with metallic added
    SSBB, 4 piston disc brakes all around
    Completely stock interior including a very rare original AM/FM radio is perfect working order
    Complete Hotchkis front tubular suspension
    Hotchkis subframe connectors
    Canvas (similar to Sunbrella) convertible top with glass window

    I could go on for days.

    But does it have a "Posi-traction rear differential"?

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  • Greg123
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    That looks so nice! Great job on the design. I would love to see more pics of the deckadence.

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