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  • Albert
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    I have done little more than keep this thread updated. Props all go to Mr. Carruthers.

  • runabout333
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    You have done a stellar job reviving that boat..
    Kudos from a retired Bezoat owner!!

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  • Albert
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    Very cool mr Modracer . Not sure if this pic will work, but I think this is a good weight for a boat without any gear. Right ?

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  • modracer7b
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    1USjsh.jpg 7BBezoat.jpg 7BBezoat1jpg.jpg These are the photos that I was unable to load a few weeks ago.

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  • Albert
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    Final coat of epoxy is on, might have to paint next weekend before it gets too cold.



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  • Albert
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    Shameless sharing now.
    Even the part you (hopefully) won’t see looks great.





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  • ZUL8TR
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    Originally posted by Albert View Post
    Dean,
    It just needs a little something to make it pop. And it needs a number.
    Can someone check to see if 42CE is in use?
    Great looking, nice work on skins. I agree needs some colors(s) to pop in correct layout and APBA numbers. You have brand new wood to work with. I did a restore on a 1982 25ss Karelsen pickle hydro, no skin replacements needed but the wood needed color to hide some weathered areas and to pop, saved as much natural as I could. Pics available for ideas.

    Can use computer paint software to play with colors and design.

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  • nail33
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    Originally posted by DeanFHobart View Post

    I agree..... no paint.
    +1 No paint.

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  • Dave Cofone
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    And what exactly is that cute inboard sitting next the rebuilt Bezoat....?

  • pav225
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    Really great work!

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  • DeanFHobart
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    Originally posted by Albert View Post
    Dean,
    It just needs a little something to make it pop. And it needs a number.
    Can someone check to see if 42CE is in use?
    Call APBA, they can tell you....Phone Number: 586-773-9700.

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  • Albert
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    Dean,
    It just needs a little something to make it pop. And it needs a number.
    Can someone check to see if 42CE is in use?

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  • DeanFHobart
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    Originally posted by Albert View Post
    So the west systems really brings out the grain. Getting harder and harder to want to put paint over this thing.
    I agree..... no paint.

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  • Albert
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    So the west systems really brings out the grain. Getting harder and harder to want to put paint over this thing.




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  • Albert
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    Originally posted by DeanFHobart View Post

    Wow... with an end result like that.... very little paint.... Great job... Wow again.
    Dean,
    It will be receiving a minimal painted stripes that will hopefully compliment the boat. We just don't know what colour they will be, or what exactly they will look like just yet.

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