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New owner Valero 86

Post by Valero 86 » Aug 24, 2017 10:45 am

Hi guys, I just bought this Boat! The old owner bought IT new in Montréal in 86. I am very pround to be the second owner.

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Re: New owner Valero 86

Post by AdamDK » Aug 25, 2017 7:51 am

Welcome to the forum.

Is that an American Valero, or Jim Tucker's Canadian Edition version?

Either/or, you should probably check the condition of the core, transom, and any other structural components of the boat. Like most other boat manufacturers' they weren't built to last 30+ years.

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Re: New owner Valero 86

Post by Valero 86 » Aug 25, 2017 9:17 pm

Thanks!
The Boat has been built in the U.s. in april 86.
Always been in à Boat house and during the Winter in a garage.
When they instal the motor in 86 they put to Stainless plate to take the transform on sandwich. Still Solid. The core, hard to see.
How i can see if it's good?
Dont want to strip the interior.... Look like new.

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Re: New owner Valero 86

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