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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    Hey Brad.....is that paint finish bear proof ?
    Maybe?? It's not forklift or dam wall proof though. Already tried both of those.
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    Sweet, nice job.
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    Very nice! Thank you for the inspiration!!
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    I truly appreciate the post!
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    Super job. A great boat- ENJOY.
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    Beautiful work!
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    Outstanding job , might rethink your tackle box behind your seats , kind of takes away from a great redo.
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    I hope mine turns out half that good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skunked again View Post
    I hope mine turns out half that good!
    Judging by the pictures youíre posting and with the pains it looks like youíre taking. I expect it will turn out just fine.

    Now as a disclaimer, and for perspective, I rebuild and restore equipment for a living. Itís normally 18 wheeler trailers and class 7 or 8 trucks. Most people donít have the tools that I have to make things. Not everyone can stroll over to their 250 ton hydraulic press brake and build some new doors for their hatches. Most people donít have a professional auto painter on staff to paint their boat. LOL

    This was my first and last boat restoration. Conservative estimate, I have 300 man hours in this job.
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    Im trying to do it right, and stay within budget. Or at least close to it ! There some things that will be omitted, that's just how it will be.
    Yes, I'd love to have access to the tools, knowledge and personnel that you do! The good news is, there's a shop in town that has very reasonable rates.
    I thought I was doing good when the boat got delivered on a roll back, and borrowing a friend's cherry picker!
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