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    This 1983 Almar Jetline was a soft top but we just converted her to a hardtop model. Turned out pretty nice.




    Here's a before pic
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    Wow what an improvement! Way to keep these old girls goin!
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    Nicely done, did you do the work yourself? The back door looks great.

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    great job nicely done

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    Nice, really good looking top!

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    wow very nice if hit didn't add so much weight I would do something like that to my SJX
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    Quote Originally Posted by billynobear View Post
    Nicely done, did you do the work yourself? The back door looks great.
    Thanks Billy. It was a combined effort from everyone working at Ak frontier Fab.
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    I've been thinking about something similar for my Wooldridge, but without the back side door and windows. So, about how much weight did it add and what about noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmunsell View Post
    I've been thinking about something similar for my Wooldridge, but without the back side door and windows. So, about how much weight did it add and what about noise?
    Not sure about weight. Probably 200lbs w glass. Haven't run the boat yet to see about noise.
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    I like it, looks great- nice lines!
    ~Beer Drinkin don't do half the harm of love makin~. Old New England Proverb
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