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  • Prostar 200 project

    Here is my current winter project. It is a 1985 prostar 200 that was in need of some TLC. I will continue to post pictures of my progress as the weeks go on. I hope this helps out you guys as much as your threads have helped me. Hope you enjoy the pics.
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    Looks like it will be a great project boat. Good luck and post many many photos of your progress. Have you posted the specs on this particular boat before? 1985? It appears that someone has slapped on the graphics of an 86' vintage.
    86' 19 Skier, 351 PCM (sold)
    2008 197 ProStar, LY6 (sold)

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    • #3
      Here are some pics of the trailer progress. Trailer has been sanded and painted with new winch, tongue, and tongue lift. Fenders have been sanded and still need some more bondo work done to them. Come spring when the garage door can be open they will get a fresh coat of paint.
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      • #4
        More pictures to come tomorrow!!

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        • #5
          The trailer is looking good. It also appears that you have scrubbed the snot out of it. Looks much better all ready.
          86' 19 Skier, 351 PCM (sold)
          2008 197 ProStar, LY6 (sold)

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          • #6
            [QUOTE=Covi;659180]Looks like it will be a great project boat. Good luck and post many many photos of your progress. Have you posted the specs on this particular boat before? 1985? It appears that someone has slapped on the graphics of an 86' vintage.[/QUOTEThe

            I was thinking the same. But the 83-86 19 skier had the square windsheild. It could be that the 85 200 also used the rainbow. [email protected] will shure let us know.

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            • #7
              Really cool project boat.
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              • #8
                WOW! thats a great boat! I would love to come across something like that
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                • #9
                  [QUOTE=dmminfla;659186]
                  Originally posted by Covi View Post
                  Looks like it will be a great project boat. Good luck and post many many photos of your progress. Have you posted the specs on this particular boat before? 1985? It appears that someone has slapped on the graphics of an 86' vintage.[/QUOTEThe

                  I was thinking the same. But the 83-86 19 skier had the square windsheild. It could be that the 85 200 also used the rainbow. [email protected] will shure let us know.
                  I am SO CONFUSED...don't know what to tell you

                  I know that 86 OB came with a square windshield.

                  I need to go to bed now

                  CONFUSED !!!

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                  James (Jim) Kranendonk Pres-BAWS
                  Tampa Bay's Exclusive MasterCraft Dealer

                  www.BAYAREAWATERSPORTS.com
                  (813) 996-BAWS (2297)

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                  • #10
                    I remember this boat, I was going with a guy to buy it and then you bought it the day before we could go. Looks like a fun project, be sure to post a lot of pics!

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                    • #11
                      I will get some more pic posted tomorrow, from diging into this boat the title when i bought it said it was an 86 but when I got the boat home checked the vin# it ended in 85. The boat used to be blue. I will post some pictures of the nics in it and you can visually see that the boat was blue and was sprayed white. After I ripped the carpet out I noticed that there was repair done to the driver side rail. The boat was used in the Tommy Bartlett show so the only thing i can think of is it was damaged at the show in 85 they had it repaired and sprayed white and put the 86 decals on it to advertise the new 86 look. Thats the only thing I can put together with the boat. Hope you guys like the thread... Like I said i will put more pics up tomorrow.

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                      • #12
                        If the boat was in the Tommy Bartlett show in '85-'86 I probably saw it in a performance. My kids were toddlers, ages 1 and 3. My my most vivid memory was that both kids fell asleep (it was an evening show) and we had to carry both of them back to the motel. The three year old had a tantrum, screamed bloody murder the whole time. It was the longest three block walk of my life!
                        Miss Rita
                        MC Devotee
                        Last edited by Miss Rita; 02-12-2010, 02:20 PM.

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                        • #13
                          If it's an 85, it should then have stripes running through the hull sides and top deck!

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                          • #14
                            Here are a few pics after I got the seats out! Took the center boards out so I could get at the gas tank. Floor boards are soft and rotten, and the boards that hold the gas tank in were rotten.
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                            • #15
                              a 1250 PSI pressure washer w/ a WIDE WAND will do wonders on the carpet and the bildge

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                              James (Jim) Kranendonk Pres-BAWS
                              Tampa Bay's Exclusive MasterCraft Dealer

                              www.BAYAREAWATERSPORTS.com
                              (813) 996-BAWS (2297)

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