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Old 08-27-2005, 12:46 PM
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I was playing around in the powdercoat booth yesterday.

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Old 08-27-2005, 12:56 PM
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cool.. they look great!




Are you sure that's legal....red white & blue with a made in canada sticker on the end
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I had a Flashback . woooow perrty/perrty
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Yeah, but where are you gonna find some hippy with a red, white and blue TIE DYED boat???
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Old 08-28-2005, 06:52 AM
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That's nuthin'. You guys should of seen ME as I emerged all 'shagadelic' from the powder booth that day. (there was also yellow, platinum silver and candy purple involved!)



Austin Powers would have been proud...YEAH baby!
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Thanks Fred! ....


...more on the way.

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what type of powder booth to you have? keep in mind I sell replacements for all types of powder booths and dust collectors. www.apelfilters.com
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I forgot to say the tabs would look great on the PatriYacht
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Brian,
Are you in the powdercoating business or just your trim tabs ?

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Hey hey Ms P,

I'm always amazed by the number of people on OSO that offer services I require! I took more than a few names down during the 'who wants to do business' thread.

You too are now on that list Thanks,

Brian

P.S. I've never seen the Patriyacht but it sounds like a perfect match for that particular powder scheme.
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