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Discussion in 'Boating' started by Charity, Feb 20, 2007.
Heres some pictures of my boat, A 1957 Cadillac 14 foot Alum.
Heres a couple more
Last ones will show you tomorrow what i,m going to use to pull it with
Linda, that looks like a fun project. I restored a 1955 Arkansas Travler when I had my upholestry shop going. You will have fun I know.
And welcome to the BOC.
Looks like ya got the REAL Cadilac of fishing boats!!
looks like a fun project keep us posted on how it turns out
That is one cool boat.
Here linda here are some specs on your cadillac riviera boat http://www.fiberglassics.com/cadillac/cadillacb57005.jpg
I like it, I was thinking it was mostly wood. just alum hull. but I was wrong thats a forever boat! a real cadilac
I hope Buddy likes workin on boats, LOL!!!oooh: Did you tell him about it yet??? :roll_eyes:
I love it! I have wanted to do something like that for years. There is a motor in the for sale section that would look pretty good on it!
Keep us posted!
Pretty nifty lookin' boat ya got there... Makes me wish I had one, now...:sad2: Anyway, congrats on the whole ordeal... Well, now that I think of it, your name IS Charity..so why don't you be charitable to ol' Red...:big_smile: That boat sure would look good parked in my back yard aswell as on the river with me in it:tounge_out:
Well as a matter of fact John he was the one that bought it for me. So he will be doing all the work,,,LOL At least the work that i cant do.
i think thats so cool,i never thought i might see a cadilac on the river...lol..hope you get it goin....
Thats a classic for sure. Keep us posted.
Thats an awsome find. It will be a fun project im sure. If you do a google search on small outboards you will find a place that sales classic motors that are completly restored and I think that would be a good choice for the boat a 57 motor for your 57 boat. good luck and keep us updated on the project.
That should be a good project as well as a good conversation boat when completed. Keep us posted on the progress.
Good luck on the project.