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    New Paint or Graphics but SOMETHING has to be done!

    How much to keep of some the yellow, perhaps on the deck, transom and cover the damn rest. I'm guessing wrapping it would cost a pretty penny too. Not looking for a paint job that would go on a new MTI, just something that would help with this banana and with whatever else that's on it's sides. Balloons? Big Water Drops? Seriously why would you paint a boat like that!


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    do a wrap, shouldnt be too pricey, certainly less than a new custom paint job. Could just go plain yellow gel all over.

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    My vote is wrap.

    Do some blue waves or something coming up and then blending into the yellow.

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    Run it in the dark lol
    *ISN'T IT FUNNY THAT WAR AND LOSS OF JOBS BUILT SOME OF OUR MOST BEAUITFUL LAKE REGIONS?*

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    heard of theme boats but never a Easter egg theme boat , have it wrapped and you'll be glad you did
    Last edited by RunninHotRacing163.1; 08-03-2010 at 02:55 PM. Reason: spellign

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    I like it the way it is.







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    was that boat from the chesapeake ive seen it before upclose and wondered what were they thinking? other than that it is cool layout, good luck and enjoy

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    I have NOT purchased the boat, I'm looking at it seriously but I need to know what it is gonna cost me to de-bananaize and the eggs. Seriously, what was he thinking. Needs k-planes too for Lake Texoma (rough). The boat has been sitting for quite some time, and would be an awesome boat for me. I could put up with some base yellow, but somebody really needs to be created with some vinyl or paint. Those damn eggs are a nightmare.

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    Problem with a wrap is the graphics are above the rub rail.I would think you could paint the sides for less than 5k.


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