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Welcome aboard ! Although I live in Northern Ohio, I have heard rumors of her. The story I heard was that she was built for one of M's executives, that's why she has the big engines & creature comforts. Being a gearhead, would love to see a photo of the engine room.
- Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:16 pm
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: I think i have found the one...
- Replies: 25
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I bought my 37' last year, also docked in Marblehead. I absolutely love it. I too am a mechanic, so I didn't bother with the survey. I didn't even bother with a sea trial. The only issue that reared its ugly head after the purchase, when I launched it this summer, was a leaking rudder packing which ...
- Fri Oct 30, 2015 10:52 pm
- Forum: Electrical and Electronics
- Topic: looking for a wiring diagram for a 1975 37' F/B sedan?
- Replies: 3
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I too have a 1975 37' F/B sedan. I have most of the original manuals & documents for it, but unfortunately no wire diagrams. It is however in remarkable original condition, and I am also a mechanic for a living that specializes in vehicle wiring. If you have any questions, need photo's of the wa...
Wow, was trolling through ebay and there's a couple M's for sale. One is an interesting 1964 31' with twin Buicks ! Starting bid is $5,500, looks decent. The other is, what I believe to be, one of only two Marinette power catamarans. The reason I say one of two is because one of them, named Lay-Z-Bo...
- Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:45 pm
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: Leaving Boat In Water All Winter In Huron, Ohio
- Replies: 7
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How much does your bilge leak? Keep in mind, a frozen bilge pump won't pump. I've seen photo's of folks that have done the air bubble aerators to keep their boats in water all winter, and the bilge pump freezes, and down she goes....
On FastJeffs advice, I was going to try using the stainless steel core ignition wires for a big block Chevy ( with Non HEI ) made by Sierra, but the engines still run good, so I haven't bothered yet. That will maybe next summer.
I replaced mine after it got damaged last winter while in dry-dock. I too purchased by the sheet, in Cleveland ( i live south of there ) at a place called House of Plastics. They carry any shade of plexiglass you want, clear, smoked, pink, purple, blue. I used 1/4 inch smoked on mine, looks great. M...
- Wed Jul 22, 2015 8:36 pm
- Forum: About My Boat Brags
- Topic: My Project - Cost
- Replies: 22
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Love all the posts, the hot tub one made me laugh out loud. Just bout my 1975 SedanFlybridge 37" in November, new to Marinette and it's my first boat too !! Newer 360's. well maintained, could use the deck painted. Beautiful interior. All the electronic ignition stuff is still available at the ...
- Sun Jul 05, 2015 8:10 pm
- Forum: Events
- Topic: Great Lakes Marinette Rendezvous
- Replies: 17
- Views: 6868
I braved it, coming in Friday and leaving Sunday ( from Lakevue, in Marblehead). The whole boat basin was dancing, docks, boats & all. Everybody was great, had a good time Ended up staying in the hotel next door, boat was rocking too much. The trip back Sunday, I was the only boat on the water !