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DaveS posted 03-02-2002 01:09 AM ET (US)   Profile for DaveS   Send Email to DaveS  
I'm getting to the point where I'm just about ready to start renovating my 1989 Newport. The Montauk console has been ordered and now I'm trying to formulate a plan to get things done. For those of you who have done this type of work before, is there any set pattern I should follow? This will be my first time doing this type of work so I'm trying to simplify things as much as I can. Should I start on the inside and work my way out? Are there potential problems if I start on the exterior of the hull, compound, wax and buff, prep the bottom, paint...then start on the inside?

I kind of feel like I'm at a fine restaraunt, looking down at my place setting, trying to figure out why there are so many forks..and why is one for a baby? At Pizza Hut, they only give you one, and if it's not bent, your lucky...but the knives...why don't they have any teeth?

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks again.

DaveS

jimh posted 03-02-2002 09:07 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
Hi Dave-- I like your metaphor about the table place setting.

I don't have any great advice, but I am curious about the new console you ordered. How much was it?

Hybrid Naming
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Newport + Montauk Console --> Monport?
Newport + Montauk Console --> Newtauk?

Take some pictures as you go.

DaveS posted 03-02-2002 11:10 AM ET (US)     Profile for DaveS  Send Email to DaveS     
I ordered the console from Pelican Harbor in NJ. The saleswoman I delt with was great. The cost of the console itself was $590, when you add tax and shipping, it was in the $680 range. I was thinking about the complete setup but the price was just too much. The nice thing is I could have it shipped to me, just need to be paid in full before they ordered. Boston Whaler said it would take about 2 weeks to manufacture, so, in about a month, I'll really be in the thick of things!

How much sick time do I have a work? Cough!!! I don't think I'm going to be feeling well the day after my console arrives!

I was just looking at the boat a few mintues ago and even thought there's just so many things to do, it's in really great shape. I was going to do a total refit with the montauk rails but after I saw a "Newtauk"? posted for sale on boat trader, I decided I'd like to keep this setup for a while to see if I like it or not.

captreils posted 03-02-2002 04:55 PM ET (US)     Profile for captreils  Send Email to captreils     
Dave,
I work at Pelican Harbor,did you order a montauk console from whaler or is it aftermarket.I got a console from some place out in Texas that was around $500 and it included a windshield.
Pete
DaveS posted 03-02-2002 08:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for DaveS  Send Email to DaveS     
Pete,

I just talked with Judy yesterday and told her I was going to send her a check for a deposit towards the console. My plan was to pick it up there because there are several parts I'm going to need, besides, I thought it would be neat experience. What place are you talking about? Would it be Meeks? What type of console was it? Was it Whaler or a copy? I still have the check in hand...I was going to send it Monday after I got back to school and found the paper that had it's exact price on it. Did that $500 include shipping? This could be interesting...

Thanks for the heads up.

DaveS

captreils posted 03-02-2002 09:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for captreils  Send Email to captreils     
unfortunitly I lost the recipt a while ago.I think the name of the company is fab tech or something like that they are out of Corpus Christi Texas.I found them on the web just by doing a word search for center consoles.the console has roughly the same dimensions as the montauk console except there is a seat molded into the front of it.it looks a lot like a carolina skiff console.I will see if I can find them on the web and get you the info
Pete
captreils posted 03-02-2002 10:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for captreils  Send Email to captreils     
I found the site .It is
http://www.fibertexsupply.com/consoles.htm
the model # of my console is cc-33
Pete
DaveS posted 03-03-2002 12:26 AM ET (US)     Profile for DaveS  Send Email to DaveS     
I found it! Thanks again for the help. I think I may have stumbled upon their sit before, but never really took a closer look. I was thinking about the carolina skiff console, I owned one before and it was OK, but I didn't like the space it took up. They did have some nice consoles that didn't have the front seat, now I have something else to consider! :)

Thanks again for your help.

DaveS

Bigshot posted 03-04-2002 10:03 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
dave that $180 will be well spent when you try and sell. A NewTauk is good. A newport with a CS console is bad.

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