Hi guys. I posted a year or two ago about potentially buying my neighbor's old 220 WA that had been sitting for about 15 years. Ultimately I decided against it thanks to everyone's advice. Yet here I am today, a proud owner of a not-so-pretty-but-beautiful-to-me Shamrock 220 Walkaround! How? Well, long story short he offered it to me at a price I couldn't refuse to get it out of his driveway. I'm extremely grateful that I have the opportunity to try to get it going again. So, $350 for some tires and some broken trailer lugs later and she finally moved for the first time in well over a decade. I'm hoping to document my progress as I go here, and I could certainly gain some advice from you all, as I'm trying not to be overwhelmed. I managed to clean her up this past weekend, including removing some small saplings growing in the dirt piles on the deck. The hull is surprisingly still very solid. I still have more buffing to do on the gel coat though. It is a 1996 model, I believe it has an Indmar 350 TBI in it. Does this sound right? The engine doesn't look horrible, so I haven't completely given up saving it. However, I already broke off one spark plug, so we'll see what happens. I'm a student so money is pretty tight but I'm hoping with some serious sweat equity I can get this beauty running again. Any and all advice is appreciative, but safe to say you won't be talking me out of it this time . Thanks!