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Hi all-

Last year, 2008, after living 22 years on the lake, both of my parents passed away--9 months apart.  Along with their lovely home, my brother and I inherited this: 

A man my brother knew wanted to buy this 1989 Bass Buggy (even after seeing the pictures!).  My brother and I decided $400.00 would be a fair price, but I told him to hold off a few weeks, because, I had found on the internet a great web site that had a forum to help you redo your pontoon boat.....and I wanted to check it out some more.  Well, to make a long story short, after reading almost every single post in this forum, I decided to buy my brother"s half from him. He already had a bass boat and really wasn"t interested in keeping it and fixing it up. My husband and I didn"t have a boat and we wanted something to putter around in when we came to the lake on the week ends, but, we didn"t want to invest a lot of money in a boat. Because you all posted pictures and told about your "struggles"and amount of time you spent on your redo"s, I knew there was no way I could do the majority of the work on this boat.  I was amazed as well as encouraged by your stories!!!  Anyway, my son found a Marine shop in a small town that agreed to tackle the "extreme makeover".  I found out it was like building a house--furniture, colors, design, fabrics, carpet, so many other decisions.  I wanted it to be a "fun" boat, which is why I chose the colors I did. I "installed" the stripes and name myself and also the umbrella, which I plan to replace with a bimini top next summer.  My brother said (way back in Feb. when he tested the motor to see if it would even start) that the 28 h.p. Johnson ran like a cream puff.........which is why I named her--Cream Puff:

So, to all of you who have posted---many,many thanks..........I never would have even considered this "extreme makeover" if I hadn"t read this forum first.  You are a great bunch of "Tooners"!!!!

****resized one pic and removed a lot of white space at the bottom for better viewing***



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WOW  You have done a fantastic job on your "Cream Puff". I am sure you are very proud of your rebuild & rightfully so. Great job. And this is a great site to learn everything you need to know to be able to complete your rebuild. Congratulations on a very well done job.
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Welcome Carolyn aka Flower Lady. Like we always like to say, a boat in need in repair is just a diamond in the rough, just waiting to be shaped and voilą, the diamond shines . Be sure to check out PontoonStuff"s other web sites as you"ll never know what you might want to add next . Back to Boating, EZACDC (electrical stuff), boatingseats.com which Eric has already linked to, and bestcarpetbuys.com (which you don"t need now).  I updated your signature line with the info I could gleen about your boat and motor but you"ll have to fill in the rest.
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Hey, Flower Lady, great job!!  As you can see from my byline I do my boating on Cedar Creek Lake as well, so I"ll be looking for you -- and you won"t be difficult to spot!  I actually live in Louisiana so I don"t get out on the lake as much as I wish, but I am taking off a few days next week and will be looking for you.
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Awesome rebuild and very original. Great story as well. Nice you can keep the boat in the family and continue to enjoy it. Where did you get the seats or are there seat covers on them? I have never seen that pattern..very original
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Thank you all for your kind words.......the boat seats were rebuilt and upholstered by the marine shop.  They told me they could make anything I wanted-the problem was I didn't know what I wanted and "boat seat design" was not something I knew too much about.  They gave me a big "chart" with marine fabric samples and colors that I stewed over for about 2 weeks.  I drew what I decided I wanted on a piece of paper and they took it from there.  The live well is still under the 2 cushions in front of the console.  They built a new console, but used the same steering wheel and control panel (they were repainted with vinyl spray paint).  They made the "captain's seat" from a marine cooler.  The back seat is just two cushions on a carpet covered box in the back.  All of the old furniture had to be thrown away.  They used marine grade wood to build the furniture. The cost ran about the same as if I had just ordered the nice furniture from pontoonstuff.com or some other web site.  The web sites didn't have the colors I wanted, but the one advantage of their furniture is that it does have "molded plastic" bases which I  know would be better than the marine grade wood.  My husband told me to post some more pictures, so here I go.....

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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The engine is a 1988 Johnson, 28 hp.   Goes a a whopping 10 miles and hr. (See the next to the last sentence in my original post)  My Dad was concerned about the amount of gas the engine would use when he purchased it with the Bass Buggy back in 1989, which is the reason he got a small motor. He took very good care of it (unlike the rest of the boat, lol) and it runs great!!!



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I sure would like to fish wherever you"re at, that looks like a mighty good fishing hole there
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Yes, we catch fish from the bank almost all year.......crappie in the Spring, catfish, bass, and other "surprises" the rest of the year.  This is a cove off of the main body of the lake and of course, the fishing is great out there!

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Congrats on you toon! Looks great!

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Very original - I really like it!  Great job!
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I JUST LOVE IT.

don"t know if it would work for me color wise

But

I JUST LOVE IT.

glade you left the center console, that makes the Toon.

also Welcome to the site.

LOVE IT.



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I"ll drop her a note and wake her up. Her lakehouse is near mine in Texas -- small world!
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Flower lady is having an issue getting back on the listserver, but she sent me this update:

We were at the lake again this past week end.  Boy, was it hot.....100 degrees and no wind.  Our son came down (the one who said he would be embarrassed to ride in Cream Puff) with his girlfriend, and he brought a friend and his wife from Oklahoma.  He also invited another friend, and they all had quite a time on Cream Puff. All 5 of them and their 2 dogs parked out in the lake ----- had a big time swimming and playing on our 2 jet skis.  They took Cream Puff out for a cruise Sunday afternoon (over across the lake where those really big homes are).....our son said his arm was sore from waving at everyone on the bank.  Said people would see Cream Puff and jump up and wave like they were long lost friends.....I told him that Cream Puff just looks friendly.  He had to take back what he said last year while I was doing the "extreme makeover". 
 
 We haven"t been fishing yet-don"t know where to go and I can"t read that fish finder thing.  Guess I need to sit down and study the instruction manual! 
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Thank you Woody for the wake up and helping me with the log in stuff. 

 bezzi44: to answer your question about how the spray on vinyl has held up--- Well, they sprayed the dashboard with black vinyl spray (in a can) about 1 year ago.It had some small cracks and one larger one-we didn"t get Cream Puff back in the water until the first of October (she stays there year round) and we covered the console thru the winter with a vinyl tarp.  When we aren't at the lake now we keep the tarp on it also.  The vinyl spray has held up very well--looks just like it did after it was sprayed on.........but, it hasn't had a whole lot of sun exposure yet, so I can tell you more in September after it"s been used all summer. Now, the steering wheel was also sprayed (gray) and I noticed that some of it had come off.  Don"t know if maybe it was a different kind of plastic or rubber or what, but I will probably just respray it before long (they gave me the cans)--could have just needed another coat. Didn't use it on the vinyl seats, so can"t help you there.


 

 



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Glad to see you made it back and that Cream Puff survived the flood waters you had over there last week.  You"all have to update us with more of those colorful pictures!
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 Well, Cream Puff finally has a few new additions........drop down swim ladder, new fish finder, bimini top (had to get yellow, because Sunbrella doesn't come in hot pink) and power anchor.  Not pictured is the custom boat cover and our "vintage" gas can my brother's friend painted for me-he is a pro auto painter-painted it yellow to match bimini top. Will get pics soon of those. Now all we need is some rain.  Lake is nearly 4 ft. low, but we can still get Cream Puff out (barely). Lots of nice sandy beaches on the lake!!!!

 
 
 
 
 


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Great improvement, she is looking great -- and easy to spot on the lake!  Enjoy her while you can, I have a feeling we will be down to only mud in the coves before the summer is over.  How do you like that under mount ladder? They seem to really be catching on.
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The ladder is wonderful!!!!! Since we like to anchor in the middle of the lake and go swimming, it's the one thing I wish I had added a long time ago.  It was very easy to install and makes getting in and out soooooo easy. I worried about everyone grabbing the rails and pulling themselves up as they climbed up the ladder, but that is not a problem.  You do grab the rails when you get out, but it's mainly for balance--no one pulls on them.  It's also great to just lift it up, push it in under the boat, and it's stored for the next time---and out of the way!!! 
We still have about 3-4' of water in our cove and since we don't have a boat dock, we are able to just keep pushing Cream Puff further out to keep her floating...........but I agree with you, without a significant amount of rain, we may be down to mud by September.
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I come to this thread often, Its so lighthearted and friendly.  I have your boat saved in "my pictures" and I show it to everyone. I have never seen such a vast makeover, its truly lovely! Thank you for starting this wonderful thread.
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What a fantastic toon!!!!!! Even if your in a bad mood just climbing on board will put a smile on your face! Love the colors.
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Well, as you all can see, WE NEED SOME RAIN, here in North Texas!!!!  Was 108 degrees yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that, etc..........Poor Cream Puff hasn't been out since the middle of July (and then she had to be pushed).  Never though I'd be jealous of a hurricane........
 


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Oh! She looks so lonely. Never mind, I`m sure there will be rain your way soon.
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well rain cant come soon enough....no rain to speak of since oct of last year here in central TX
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Same here in North LA. Hot too. I guess on the positive side now would be a good time to do any maintenance or inspection below deck.
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Course it looks like its still muddy down there, should have pulled the toon from the pit a while back in hindsight. We've had one really good rain storm in one or two months. I know I haven't had to cut grass now in almost a month. That soaking we got didn't even seem to affect the grass any.
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Charles, got to have a pontoon trailer to pull it out --- we don't have one!!  Cream Puff (formerly Bass Buggy) has been in the water since the day she was launched in 1989.  My Dad didn't buy a trailer when he bought the boat. When we had the makover done in the summer of '09, we borrowed a trailer from a neighbor.  Most people on the water have covered docks with a boat lift, but due to the "regulations" we don't have enough room to build one (they're expensive too).
  Just saw Joe (hurricane specialist) on Bill O'Reilly and he said Texas wouldn't get any hurricanes this year (only East Coast-next one is 10 days out), but........Texas would get rain very soon and will cool down by the week-end.  Hope he is right!!!!!

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