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1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121340

Hello

The Silver Line right after the clean up but before any work is started. I found this boat in a junk yard for $40 with the trailer. It will be my first restoration. I don't know if it is worth trying to restore back to factory or just go for a look I like. Any opinions on that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for looking
Chuck G
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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121341

I can't figure out how to post multiple pics on one post so here is another
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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121342

one more
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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121343

last one
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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121345

Do it the way you want it, only my opinion.
for multiple pictures:
Once you post the first one, go back to the post. in the bottom right corner, there will be an edit button. hit it, then post the next photo, and so forth

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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121353

Chuck G, welcome aboard and nice find! As far as back to original or customize, it's totally up to you it's your boat.

Bob

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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121373

My first transom
I am not the only one working on this boat
Rather large black ants are busy too
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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121427

Hello Glassheads

I spent the day removing the transom from the 62' Silver Line, I removed everything on both sides and the bottom right down to the glass. It looks to me that when installing the new one it would be a lot easier if the cap (I think this is what the piece of glass that covers the transom on the top is called). This cap is all one piece including the engine well, the gunnel, dash, and cover over the bow.
This is connected to the hull with a flange that is stapled with some fiberglass on the inside. It looks like it will come off easy enough. Is this acceptable procedure to separate these two pieces? I have no way of stapling them back together if I separate them. Can I screw them? This joint is covered by a hard rubber strip. Any advice on this would be great.

Thanks
Chuck G

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Re:1962 Silver Line 350 Vacationer-before pics 2 years 1 week ago #121446

That's a cool old boat! Can you post some pics of the spot you're referring to regarding separating it?

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