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Staining an Antique and Classic Wood Boat

Staining - It is the most important aspect of refinishing. Sometimes the hull and/or deck planks do not match color wise and special attention is needed prior to application of…
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    New 3M 5200 bottom going on this Chris Craft Supersport. One if the trickier bottoms to replace ... See MoreSee Less

    1 week ago

    New 3M 5200 bottom going on this Chris Craft Supersport.  One if the trickier bottoms to replace

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    Interesting!??😁👍😎

    1949 Greavette in for some mechanical and varnish work ... See MoreSee Less

    4 weeks ago

    1949 Greavette in for some mechanical and varnish workImage attachment

    Repowering the family truckster with a 5.8L fuel injected 300hp PCM.
    Should scoot now.
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    4 weeks ago

    Repowering the family truckster with a 5.8L fuel injected 300hp PCM.
Should scoot now.

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    Good motor. I did the same with my resorter but not fuel injected.

    Great way to go!!! 👍😁😎

    I like it.

    Maybe needs to swell longer..... ... See MoreSee Less

    4 weeks ago

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    The only reason I have not owned a wood boat. The no soak bottom is the way to go with wood I'm guessing??

    Things will be better in a couple of days

    May be a new bottom, just saying

    Better have a bilge pump on board the size of a shop vac.

    The joys of wood.

    Not good!

    Yes sir

    Salt block

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    Making deck spaghetti. This Riviera had a bad gooey caulking in the seams. Time.for a Re-do. ... See MoreSee Less

    4 weeks ago

    Making deck spaghetti.   This Riviera had a bad gooey caulking in the seams.  Time.for a  Re-do.

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    What’s the correct product to put in the seams?

    My brother can tell you. He restores antique boats. 214-212-1744

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