We go over what we think this boat restore will cost and what we have spent so far. The Mercurice 3.0 engine only needs a cylinder head to fix the issue. The rest of the thing in the project to restore this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider 175, though cheaper, will nickel and dime your wallet.
Well, things are starting to come together, we have most everything we need and is coming in for what we think is budget-friendly. We have ordered all our fiberglass needs at http://www.totalboat.com/ at what seemed to be a good market price and very easy to use for two newbies to fiberglass. We so far have sourced all our engine needs for the Mercruiser 3.0 from http://www.marineengine.com, the staff there are very friendly and knowledgeable. We got a brand new head for the engine from www.cylinder-heads.com, the price was cheaper than I could get the head rebuilt and it was new. In the video, there is a list of all the parts we got with the price we paid.
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