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Old 04-29-2008, 08:16 PM
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Bouyhunter,

Do you have pics of your current rail? I'm interested to see if it's all wavy like mine. Though mine is pretty clean (I haven't docked it yet ) it doesn't lay on in a straight line. Kind of looks cheezy.

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Mine isn't an issue of laying straight, I think it is the original, and has seen some abuse. Gouges in it. Look through my WIP thread in the Pantera section, you'll see what I mean.
It's an old solid boat, I would expect this (maybe not this bad..) But I'm trying to bring the exterior back to close to original in rigging/style for the day. I think it's a very classic look. If you try to take a 28 year old boat, and make it look like a 3 year old boat, it never works. Plus, I'm over the bubble of being old, as opposed to being old-school. I like the look of the old-school better myself, but that's just me.
Not many guys today want the old High Cablde lifeline down the deck, but I love it!
What year is yours??
I'd be glad to dsicuss things with you about our boats.
I love mine, and haven't even seen the water yet in this one.

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Old 04-30-2008, 04:52 PM
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Helping someone out is rarely a major production. Pay it forward... Besides, gives me an excuse to stop by the boat store and say hello.
You are alright, man.
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Old 04-30-2008, 04:56 PM
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Mine isn't an issue of laying straight, I think it is the original, and has seen some abuse. Gouges in it. Look through my WIP thread in the Pantera section, you'll see what I mean.
It's an old solid boat, I would expect this (maybe not this bad..) But I'm trying to bring the exterior back to close to original in rigging/style for the day. I think it's a very classic look. If you try to take a 28 year old boat, and make it look like a 3 year old boat, it never works. Plus, I'm over the bubble of being old, as opposed to being old-school. I like the look of the old-school better myself, but that's just me.
Not many guys today want the old High Cablde lifeline down the deck, but I love it!
What year is yours??
I'd be glad to dsicuss things with you about our boats.
I love mine, and haven't even seen the water yet in this one.

LM - sorry, this is Bouy - the wife logged in on the laptop, and a I didn't realize
Mine is a 94. I'll take a look at that thread to see pics of yours. When I start any resto work, I'll be sure to call ya.
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Old 04-30-2008, 06:40 PM
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Mine is a 94. I'll take a look at that thread to see pics of yours. When I start any resto work, I'll be sure to call ya.
Sure thing! And tell you all the guys I got advice from, and what I screwed up in the process. Not from their advice, at my own hands.
I'll also let my wife do the shopping for parts for ya - she's gotten some great deals for us on some nice stuff.
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Where is the place located in Tn? I'm coming up 75 now and will hit the Tn line about 9 and if it close and open I can pick it up for you and drop it off at your place in the morning and the shipping won't cost you a dime.
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