Runabout Renovation: How to Find and Fix Up an Old Fiberglass Speedboat
Whether you’re fishing, waterskiing, or just enjoying a lazy day out on the water, nothing beats a runabout. These boats were just built for fun.
If you’re one of those lucky speedboat owners looking for maintenance tips, or even if you’re a first-time buyer with an eye on an older model in need of some TLC, expert runabout renovator Jim Anderson has the answers to all of your questions.
In this informative and easy-to-follow guide, Jim takes you through the entire process of fixing up your roundabout; from locating and purchasing to the last coat of paint. Jim’s trademark sense of humor and ability to cut straight to the simplest solutions make it seem like you’re working alongside an old friend. Topics include:
- Choosing and surveying your boat
- Cosmetic repairs and touch-ups
- Replacing the floors, carpets, and interior
- Building a new transom
- Upgrading electrical and mechanical systems
"A good book for do-it-yourselfers." -- Boating World --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Jim Anderson owned and operated a successful boat repair business in southern Minnesota before becoming a full-time writer. Most of the boats he has repaired and restored are fiberglass runabouts ranging from 15 to 18 feet in length.
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