A lot of Rot in this Bayliner Bowrider 175, we are cutting out and digging out all the soft spots Boat restoration gets bigger the more we dig and discover, but we think we are up for the challenge. We hope to learn from this project as it fits well with our bigger dream.
It did not look as bad as it was when we bought it, the last owner was good at covering up the mess. Don’t know how many times I have read where the last owner painted the turd, but it’s still a turd. The great thing about knowing a boat is this rough is that we can fix things because we are going over everything. I have talked with people that have spent 7 times more than we did on a boat, only to need to repair an engine and fix soft spots.
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
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