Join us Saturday the 27th from 10am to 3pm for our annual open house. Lunch is being catered by Servatii's. Come see old friends or make some new ones. Hope to see you there! Motor Boat Garage 2764 Highland Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212 ... See MoreSee Less
absolutely not. He's the hero of today. Without his job, the boat would possibly have been scrapped. With the plastic on, the boat could live on til today. So - thank you mr Plastic to save a boat for the future 🙂
Brian, you need one of these.
Brian Keen … he is on the naughty list!
Heaters under the boat and heat it up, easier pull off in full sheets
There’s a whole lot of them out West
Looking like the fun just started
Post this in the Chris craft group and just sit back and watch the comment thread…. 🙂
Totally agree, kills a boat.
Naughty list? Should be banned to an empty island!!
Eric Smith 🤪
I saw a Garwood 4 years ago. Entire boat was done in West system. From 4 feet away you would never of known, had to catch the light just right to see it.
Well sometimes there are 2 choices. Use the boat, have fun with family and friends, or burn it in a bonfire. Life is to short!!
Really better to re-plank. Fiberglass short term fix and going to add a lot extra weight.
“ cloth of death” 💀 it is to be considered
Yeah your right you never fiberglass a wooden boat at any time all
My 18 ft Cavalier came from the factory with the optional fiber glassed bottom. Cost $35 in 1959 according to the hull card and price list.
Worst. Ever. Run don't walk from the chance to buy a boat with that mess on it.
I worked with Richard Arnold for a year in Florida. I was very sorry to hear if his passing today. He will be missed. He was a character and a skilled wood worker. I learned from him in the short time we worked together and I hope he thought that we had some fun. Happy sailing Mr. Arnold! ... See MoreSee Less
I am sorry to hear this. We went to his shop every year while in Mt Dora. and had some great food during his open house each year thanks to his chef. And who could not love his historic workshop in Taveras. I was sorry to see his business close and lost contact after that.