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bang4dabuck posted 10-03-2002 01:03 AM ET (US)   Profile for bang4dabuck   Send Email to bang4dabuck  
Trying to pick some brains on my project Whaler if you don't mind. Ferndale/Glen Burnie area to be exact.
JaySul posted 10-03-2002 02:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for JaySul  Send Email to JaySul     
Scott at Whalertown is very helpful in discussing Whaler repairs and does not weem to be always trying to make a buck. If it's something you can do he will tell you.
bang4dabuck posted 10-03-2002 10:24 PM ET (US)     Profile for bang4dabuck  Send Email to bang4dabuck     
I think i talked to him today. Parts guy???? Seems like a good dude. I was trying to price new bow rails (I'm trying to sell mine actually) and he told me to go direct to CMI and cut the middle man out(Whalertowne). I hope he is the boss or his boss doesn't visit here. Well I still wouldn't mind if a Whaler enthusiast would like to take a look.
bhobbs posted 10-03-2002 10:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for bhobbs  Send Email to bhobbs     
My understanding is he is the BOSS. A cousin runs a shop in Fenwick Del. which is a good option for parts if you are in the O.C. area since Del. has no tax. I picked up some ittle stuff from them to finish up a rehab on a 65, 16.
Eastport70 posted 10-08-2002 09:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for Eastport70  Send Email to Eastport70     
I am in Linthicum MD. area. A friend of mine and I did a restoration on a 1970 Eastport hull only with bow rail. The hull sat for 12 years on a lot after being bought at an auction. Turns out the boat was used to clean up oil/fuel spills in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore. It was filled half way with mud and leaves as well as a few trees growing out of it. Had quite a lot of gelcoat and some hull damage as well. We learned alot from this site as well as trial and error. After alot of sanding, epoxy, rubbing compound, and TLC we installed custom center console, mounted a motor, and did some woodwork and shes back in the water.
Still have some more work this winter but after 9 months of work we couldnt wait to use her this season. She looks great! Anyway thats my story, if you need any advice or ideas Email me from my profile above my post.
Good Luck
Eastport70 posted 10-08-2002 09:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for Eastport70  Send Email to Eastport70     
Off subject here.
Bhobbs does your cousins shop have name or phone number? Still looking for some discount rear rails for a 1970 16.5'
Eastport70 posted 10-08-2002 09:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for Eastport70  Send Email to Eastport70     
Sorry I misread your post. (His cousin)
bang4dabuck posted 10-15-2002 11:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for bang4dabuck  Send Email to bang4dabuck     
Whalertowne.They must have seen me coming. got me for $22 for a thru hull .... JEEZ. Wasn't Scott though. I'll do my best to stay away from there thats for sure

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