Just got a 1931, 32 ft trawler from the Wick Bros boat yard Amityville New York.
Full restoration needed.
We got the motor running, had to rebuild the exhaust manifold from galvanized parts.
In dry on trailer sure turned a lot of heads coming down the road.
Pulled in my drive the bell started ringing letting my wife know I was home with another boat.
She was not pleased!!
I have a pond in the lower yard and built a boat ramp to get boats into the water.
As of now I have two boats in water.
A 1976 Revel 26 ft and a 22 ft Cobia.
I also rescued a 26 ft 1967 Chris Craft Caviler from the wood chopper.
You could say I have a few projects om going.
I just call them my floating man caves.
Will from Georgia aka Fishman Kelly
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