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post #21 of 22 Old 09-29-2019, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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O.M.G Your boats are amazing. ..one word WONDERFUL. .. if you are not happy in RV You must back captain's chair for to sit...

Thank you very much Tom... for sharing your experiences and pictures with us.

What's the problem? ?? I don't know...
Unfortunately I didn't downloaded your pdf.

What's the time over there ?? I don't know
The time is very late for me... I have to sleep now.. I have to get up early...

THANK YOU SO MUCH AGAIN TOM FOR YOUR HOT CONVERSATION....




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..............Unfortunately I didn't downloaded your pdf.
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It should work when you hit this link https://www.woodworkingtalk.com/atta...uble-cabin.pdf

Thanks for the compliments. All of my boats were older boats and looked pretty rough when I bought them.
My boat buying rules were never buy a boat that you cant motor and sail the day you buy it. And it never had any major flooding. Only needs cosmetic work and not structural work.
I have seen many people buy an old wreck and think they are going to resurrect it. Five years later, they threw a ton of money and labor into it and eventually abandon it.

By the way, take advantage of your new job and learn as much about fiberglassing as you can. After a short while you will learn how easy it is to work with and the big trick is to be able to work CLEAN. After a while, fiberglass will become your best friend. Not much you can't do with it.

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