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    1966 Donzi Bench Seat Hornet

    I plan on selling my Bench Seat Hornet. I'm putting it out here before I list it on ebay. I have about 30K invested it this project and I am open to offers. This is 1 of 4 V-drives built with the Twin Turbo option.

    All new stringers, transom and coring.
    New Interior.
    Windshield restored with new correct green Lexan.
    New NOS Aquameter gauges.
    New NOS Morse shifter.
    Have all hardware with some new castings.
    NOS Morse docking lights.

    I have all pictures available of restoration process.
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    Scott Pearson
    President, Lake George Donzi Classic Club
    www.lgdonziclassic.com

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    Scott, looking for the metal Donzi Marine emblems. Any help?
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    Yes we have a bunch. They are $300.00 a set plus S&H. They are more then other peoples who have had them because they are cast in Bronze and not white metal.

    Scott Pearson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Pearson View Post
    I plan on selling my Bench Seat Hornet. I'm putting it out here before I list it on ebay. I have about 30K invested it this project and I am open to offers. This is 1 of 4 V-drives built with the Twin Turbo option.

    All new stringers, transom and coring.
    New Interior.
    Windshield restored with new correct green Lexan.
    New NOS Aquameter gauges.
    New NOS Morse shifter.
    Have all hardware with some new castings.
    NOS Morse docking lights.

    I have all pictures available of restoration process.
    That will make a very nice project. Who did the interior?
    1972 16 OB - C16B-63 - "Surface Tension" Resto Project
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    Interior

    The word interior is a stretch. It's a seat, singular. Very simple and elegant.
    I have far too many boats, just ask my Wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    That will make a very nice project. Who did the interior?
    Built-Rite did the interior.

    Scott Pearson
    President, Lake George Donzi Classic Club
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    Hey Scott, I sent you a PM regarding the scripts. Thanks

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