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Need help Identifying boat and pump

Cameron

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Hi there. I bought a little jet boat that a guy had in his shop (auto shop) he didn't know much about the boat. long story short, its a great project, but I cant find much info about it online.
Its about 10 feet long, and I think its an old aquajet, late 70s early 80s. or possible an almarine with some custom work done?
It has PSA 1.1 liter motor from either a Peugeot or Citroen car, roughly 1990.
Before I put the pump back on, I would like to go through it, but don't know what it is, so I cant order parts.
any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Welcome aboard @Cameron glad that you found us. Wow, looks like a fun project. I wish that I had any information that would help you identify that pump. We have several guys that are pretty knowledgable so I'm sure somebody else will be able to lend a hand.

I'd love to follow you rebuilding the boat though. So for selfish reasons on my part, start a thread of the rebuilding process and post lots of pics. ;)
 

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@Cameron welcome, you might put this on general discussion to get more respones
 

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Thanks, Im making some progress. I got in touch with some folks in the UK that identified the boat as a Mitcham Marine. which later became Almarine. IMG_0829(1).JPG IMG_0830(1).JPG IMG_0831(1).JPG IMG_0832(1).JPG
 

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That's great. Where are you at with the restoration? How much more to do?
 

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still need a cooling sysrtem plumbed. Everything needs to be wired and i still need to build the fuel system to get it running. Other than that, it needs paint but that will happen later.
 
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