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Old 06-29-2009, 08:56 PM
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The White foot steps and Cupholder plates were newly fabricated also. Gunnel Strips were fabricated and installed. We are making some changes to the strips.
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Stickerboy, provided an updated name vinyl for the transom that matched the new Cig Logo. Thanks Ryan.
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First Gun is in the works now. The PPI staff will have worked thier magic on Cig by July 10th. First Gun is a little anxious>>>>>>

Thanks PPI for all the ideas and great results.
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A little anxious........is an understatment,after seeing how great yours turned out I can't wait to get mine back with its new threads!!! I'm sooo glad I took your advice and took it to PPI . Thanks Ol'Bud
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Man, what a nice job! I've enjoyed the progress reports!!!
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Kirk,

Can't wait to see it this weekend in Sarasota!

Bryce,

You coming down to hang out this weekend?

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Wow, that interior looks great! It makes that boat look brand new!
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Keith, work and family have me tied up in Crystal River for the Holiday.
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Heres an Idea Keith. Run the Big Baja to Crystal River one weekend. Look forward to seeing all at the Hyatt. Take Care. Kirk

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Kirk,

There has been some talk from our local Yacht Club wanting to come up that way. We will have to talk this weekend about the details. We are always ready to go somewhere new! You sure the water is deep enough for the condo? I kept telling the guys last weekend that the reason we were always behind was that at each of the card stops we were taking reservations in the condo to pay for the gas bill! We burnt about 220 gallons last weekend and I was thinking I wanted more horsepower?

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