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Old 24-11-2013, 08:50   #1
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Boat Parts

Hey everybody,
We've got a 1990 Sea Ray 440 aft cabin and would like to put a wet bar, or even dry bar, on the sundeck. I know I can commit my next six month's pay checks and have a custom fiberglass one made, but where's the challenge in that? I'd much rather buy a used one with some character, ding up all of my knuckles and cut myself at least six times, once seriously, installing it, cursing like, well, a sailor all the while. I've surfed the web a bit, looked at eBay ad nauseum, we're located in the California Delta, although new to the area. Anyone know of a salvage yard in the San Francisco Bay Area that might help? Web sites? I can try? I've not had any luck, really looking so far....... It's got me wanting to curse like a sailor, but I'm saving that for the installation.....
Thanks for any help !
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Old 24-11-2013, 08:54   #2
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You've checked the SeaRay owners club site, yes? And with SeaRay (the company)?

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Old 26-11-2013, 10:48   #3
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You've checked the SeaRay owners club site, yes? And with SeaRay (the company)?

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You could make one. I remodles the stern deck added a counter, sink refrig and freezer. No that hard to do.
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Old 31-12-2013, 08:22   #4
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I have had only good experiences using boatingbasement.com. They are the amazon of boat parts. Good customer service along with the lowest prices I've seen on the internet. I do all of my business through them
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