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    Indestructible
    1977
    Tahiti
    Bubble deck Tiger
    Orange, purple, and white
    Edelbrock carbs sitting on a bored out 358 sbc

    This boat has it's name for a reason. It's flown off its trailer on the highway and didn't cause any damage to the hull. This boat has had 3 engines in it. The first engine was taken out and put in a race boat. The second engine blew up (pushed it to hard) and now were on the third engine! Let's see how long it lasts.

    Modifications

    Painted by my dad about 8 or 9 years ago.
    Pearl white.
    Midnight purple metallic.

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    Custom upolstery

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    None. Who needs it!? You can't even hear it over the engine.

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    358 sbc bored out and a performance cam in it for now. New engine just getting started.

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    Berkeley pump with place diverter

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    Unknown

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    Team Dirt Bag NUTTZ T8er S.'s Avatar
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    Re: Indestructible :: 1977 Tahiti Bubble deck Tiger

    Love to hear the back stories on these things.
    Last edited by T8er S.; 02-04-2014 at 02:45 PM. Reason: water tight

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    Re: Indestructible :: 1977 Tahiti Bubble deck Tiger

    Great History! I can vouch for Tahiti's Built in Toughness! They are very hard to kill!
    It's Impossible to Lose Your Footing, If Your On Your Knees"

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    Re: Indestructible :: 1977 Tahiti Bubble deck Tiger

    I just wish they were full stringer boats! Eliminator made a few hulls similar to the Tahiti and they were full stringers. I've thought about getting one of those as my next project. Or maybe even a 77 miller jet bubble deck.

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    Re: Indestructible :: 1977 Tahiti Bubble deck Tiger

    Thanks for reading about my boat! Hope you liked its story haha plenty more to tell. So much I can't even fit it all on this website!! Haha

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    Re: Indestructible :: 1977 Tahiti Bubble deck Tiger

    Tahitis are well made boats. In the low profile class there wasn't a need for full stringers as the hull's angle was fairly sharp in the nose allowing for the deck to support the structure. The stringers in it are only good for the motor and supporting the jet pressure on the bottom of the boat.

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