Well, after trying like hell to save for a clack, then a raft, and having "something come up" each and every time, I have decided to refinish and refinish my old (80s) alumaweld drift boat and trailer. The trailer was a (poorly) home built job that some rednecks fabbed up somewhere along the line. I am in the middle of refinishing that with Tylor Strand. Here are some of the mods we are doing to the trailer: -Grind trailer to bare metal, smooth out and inspect all welds, re-weld some of the crappy stuff. - dissassemble the bearings, hubs, spindles, inspect and repack with grease. - new fenders (the old ones were rusted and shitty) - all new wiring and lights including 3" flush mounted LEDs in the fenders. -new safety chains and tie downs with 2" weld on clevis mounts. - New tongue and coupler, new bunks and a solid wood floor. -all new stainless hardware -roll on herculiner exterior finish. As soon as the trailer is finished we will be starting on the boat. Right now, it is a gear chucker special with a bench seat up front and no seats in the rear. Here are the future mod plans for the boat itself -Replace the bench seat with a flat floor and pedastol mount. Swivel seat and front casting brace. -Add rear seat, or rear cooler with rear casting brace. -Build anchor holster inside the transom for safe anchor transportation. -refinish the outside with fresh paint, or grind down existing paint and pollish the underlying alumiunum. -Re finish the interior of the boat with rhino lining or something similar. -Polish existing interior parts and diamond plate floors. -fab side pull anchor system. -fish pond boat bags on both sides of rower. I will post pics in the days/weeks to follow. and if anyone has any brilliant ideas about thier perfect drift boat interior, please chime in!!! We are still in the planning phase of the boat, but we will start working on it next week.