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    1969 Sweet 16

    1969 Donzi, repainted and restored. The deck has been removed, new aluminum gas tank and fuel lines were installed. Has new interior, stereo system, SS prop, Volvo Penta outdrive. Left hand drive, foot and hand throttle. 302 Ford with 4bl Edelbrock and electric choke. Boat is a real head turner, gets compliments and thumbs up whereever you go. Real blast to drive, great for summer cruising. Comes with newer Load Rite trailer. Located in NJ

    $10,500
    Call (908)406-2417 with questions before the boat gets winterized.
    Last edited by gumbya55; 10-17-2010 at 11:08 PM. Reason: forgot price

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    love the single gauge dash layout with the rest mounted below. don't love the front seats...

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    How did you do a combination of hand and foot throttle? Do they work in tandem? Great yellow
    1972 16 OB - C16B-63 - "Surface Tension" Resto Project
    1974 16 OB - DMR16106017-B - "The Mule"

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    Custom linkage on the carb allows for both hand and foot throttle.

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    Very nice job. I actually kind of like the front seat arrangement. Someone spent some pretty good money (or a lot of their own sweat) to reconfigure the deck/dash/cockpit tub to make those front seats work.
    “Oh right, because you walked into strippers discount warehouse and said ‘Help me showcase my intellect.’” - Archer

    Bill
    Grand Rapids, Michigan
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    depends how you ride it, if you have some waves and speed those seats will have no lateral support- but it looks like you can bend them to the back and have a huge lying surface

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