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Old 08-17-2006, 08:24 AM
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I like 3 more.

I think your deck shot needs more color in the back. It looks bow heavy to me.

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# 2 !!
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#1 and #2 and something wild on the hatch would be cool
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Both of them!
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That black will be hot on the deck, I have purple and its a killer when trying to take off the cockpit cover. I like the #2 side best.
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1 and 2 that would look really cool,

By the way if you want to replace that smoke wind screen with a blue one, ACRYLIC co. have a bunch of blue acrylic they want to move. They did a 27 with it and it looks really cool, If I had blue on my boiat I would change it.

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Old 08-17-2006, 10:12 AM
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Need more input on paint graphics. Keep the comments coming.
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Old 08-17-2006, 10:14 AM
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#1 & #2 look good to me; but lose the Fountain logo on the hull side.
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I really like Number 2. I also like the deck design. Chris Dilling is a master. I also would leave the crest logo on. Do not listen to us, make it your boat.
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