I have seen a lot of builds on larger boats but no small boat refits so I figured I would share one of my projects. A lot of you guys probably don't care about these little boats but I really like to fix them up. I don't have any definite plans for this one yet so we will see where it goes. When I finish this boat will be up for sale. I picked up another winter project on Dead President's Day. As the title says it is a 2000 year model 14' Gregor H42. It came with a same year 6 horse Johnson and a sturdy Zieman galvanized trailer. The trailer has new tires and overall is in pretty good shape. I already replaced the winch rope with a strap I had in spare parts. It will need new lights, bunks, and safety chains. The motor is working fine but it is a little sun baked and quite a bit undersized for the boat. I will probably sell it and put on a 15 or 20 horse 4 stroke. The boat is in good shape also. It only has 2 extra holes in the hull where someone bolted the motor to the transom. They knew what they were doing because there was lots of silicone around the bolts. No other holes and only very minor dents/scratches for 14 years of use. It will need new seats for sure and then I will put on several custom touches after that. First thing is to remove everything and pressure wash the entire boat and trailer. It had quite a lot of dirt and decayed leaves under the seats, but this isn't uncommon for a freshwater boat that doesn't get rinsed out much. I soon realized that I was going to have to remove the wood seats and foam to get all the dirt out. I didn't have time on Saturday so I finished it this afternoon. Now I have a clean slate to work with. More to come in the weeks to follow.