Pictures of your 1st Tin

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earl60446
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by earl60446 » 02 Nov 2014, 14:57

Got one that looks just like it but this is an old lund, 14ft also with a 15hp mariner. Had this combo for maybe 22 years or so. Now I have a fisher. Never have bought one new.
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16ft 1989 Fisher SV-2 w 1988 48hp SPL Johnson "CIGAR BARGE"
(engine looks like a wreck but runs great)
Used to have 1972 14ft Lund w 1977 15hp Mariner
(engine looked great but always ran marginal)
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PA Delaware Fisher
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by PA Delaware Fisher » 02 Nov 2014, 15:06

They are awesome little boats. It floated like a cork! I didn't want to but I sold it and got a boat for the river. It's a Grumman with a jet motor.
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by gillhunter » 06 Mar 2015, 17:15

Not my first, but my 2nd. It was my first new boat. A Sea Nymph Fisherman 146 SC. 13'11" long with a 25 hp Rude. For me this was an example of trying to put a quart in a pint pot. Very tight and tippy to fish out of. Sold it after a year.
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by Riverdog » 06 Mar 2015, 19:12

This was my introduction to tin boats. You just can't beat the dollars to fun ratio on these boats!
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Wyatt
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Post by Wyatt » 30 Sep 2015, 15:10

Here was my first tin. She was a 1436 Lowe with a 18hp fastwin. Had it for a year before I sold it to my cousin and picked up a few more tins.
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Here it is when we met at the lake and I handed it off to him. It was such a simple boat and I kinda miss it still.
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nowgrn4
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Post by nowgrn4 » 22 Aug 2016, 08:07

1st day I bought her.
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Today.
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Engine restoration
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17' Pro-Line 115HP DI Johnrude Bay rig
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Post by jethro » 29 Aug 2016, 08:54

There she is with a MASSIVE motor:
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1993 Starcraft SF 14 DLX side console with 25 hp Mercury 2 stroke
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Re: Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by rednecknproud21 » 29 Aug 2016, 20:11

Here's my first tin 2002 10ft Lowe Little Jon Image


Here's my current tin boat 1974 14ft Mirro Craft Semi VImage quite a upgraded they are definitely an addiction

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Post by bobby_bates » 07 Sep 2016, 14:02

Here's mine sitting in the driveway when I got back from Afghanistan a few years ago. Wife bought it for me as a suprise. And let me tell you, I sure was. Both the boat and the wife are running strong, and I still enjoy both as well.
1542 Tracker LW, Trailstar trailer, and 15hp Johnson pull start - fantastic combo.
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by LDUBS » 13 Oct 2016, 23:49

jethro wrote:There she is with a MASSIVE motor:
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What, no transom saver?
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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by sixgun86 » 15 Oct 2016, 11:47

This atrocity started it all.
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Post by 88evinrude » 17 Nov 2016, 22:05

well i dont have a picture of my first aluminum boat. it was 14 ft galaxy from 1960 or so with an old evinrude 18hp fastwin it looked similar to the green boat pictured.i couldnt tell you how many fish i caught from it.then i got into the glitter rockets. now im back in a tin rig. its a starcraft
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Post by gatorglenn » 18 Nov 2016, 19:11

Image 95 BassTracker 14' Tadpole, wished I still had it.


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Post by rotus623 » 24 Jan 2017, 09:39

This is my first tin. 1968 Buddy boat. It was passed down from my father-in-laws dad (wife's grand-dad), to her uncle, to me. I had stripped down the old paint on the boat and trailer, put a floor in it and a nice Johnny 9.9. In that bottom picture, my dads fishing vest is hanging off the front seat.

Wife's grand-dad is in the nursing home with Alzheimer's and Dad has passed. Of course now I am regretting getting rid of her.

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Pictures of your 1st Tin

Post by Zebenv » 11 Mar 2017, 14:01

She's for sale and will post in classified section once I reach 25 posts.
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