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I have just purchased a 1992 Pulse 185 which is in need of an interior makeover.
I have a great upolstery guy but in order to keep my cost down ,I need to rebuild all the wood seat frames myself as all the wood is rotted. I have figured out that I would use 3/8 ply to form the seats but need advice on how to shape the curves for the back of the rear seat and the backs of the seats in the bow.
Any help would be greatley appreciated!
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Blue186

Posted 06-04-2008 at 09:47 PM by Brad Henderson

Hello all.....just picked up my 1992 185 Pulse BR,, 175 mariner that purrs like a kitten.
I bought it from the states and towed her up too Toronto on tuesday.
I am in the process of getting quotes for paint and a new intereor but the bare bones are great. theres no stress cracks or scratches on the hull but the deck has been faded by the sun.
all in all my 5 year search has come to an end (finnaly) and now the fun begins!
Any help would be appreciated ( pictures will follow
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