- Mar 22, 2007
Kaye Is it for sale?
Hey David,thanks for the pics, you have been working on that boat forever,are you going to finish it lol? What is the tub length?I didn't know Don made a long wheelbase coyote.I have a brand-new Coyote .80 "Long Wheelbase" kit I'm still hoping to complete. Rossi R80 drum-valve marine (modified), w/Carl Brey exhaust throttle
Frank can you post some pics of the twinThe Coyotes, Avengers, Cajun Bullet, Cobras all shared the same look,,, of course each had it's own design and small difference's ,, but overall the 80's look is apparent throughout.. Harold's cowl was the easiest to use due to simplicity and I think Harold intended it to be that way.
Hydros in the 80's were made to be heat racers.. swapping paint, rubbing, wrecking and rebuilt easily... You could practically build/ rebuild one overnight.. I know I repaired many of them for friends and myself overnight in hotel room bathtubs with a belt sander and epoxy to make heats the next day. Good times for sure ..
I currently have a new Cajun Bullet twin than I am slowly getting ready .. Not sure what I'm going to power it with yet .. Pair of
Picco 90's.... CMB 90's .... or K90's
So many choices ...
Duece's are wild !!
just too many things to work on :>)Hey David,thanks for the pics, you have been working on that boat forever,are you going to finish it lol?
The Coyote .80 long-wheelbase kit measures 41" overall lengthWhat is the tub length? I didn't know Don made a long wheelbase coyote?
Thank you for finishing that boat Phil . I bought that kit in like 1985 and worked on it a little here and there and then life got too busy ! She looks great !