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Old 31-05-2011, 10:13   #16
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Re: WOW ! Painting the Bilges is a Lot of Work

i think i like my grey and black color combo-- after hurrycames are gone i plan on being on the move to south-- want to get thru panama by year's end.... noo jeerz in bvi? have to do foxy's ONCE in a life......mebbe if yer fast enough and i am slow enough, we can meet for a sundowner and conversation about 914s and other things.....
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Re: WOW! Painting the bilges is a lot of work.

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Now you will discover that dust never sleeps...........
Then again, a dusty bilge is something to aspire to.
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Old 31-05-2011, 22:21   #18
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Re: WOW ! Painting the Bilges is a Lot of Work

Thanks for the inspiration I may try and paint my bilge with the engine and the generator in place. They aren't horrible but I don't see pulling those two beasts for years to come.
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Re: WOW! Painting the bilges is a lot of work.

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Now you will discover that dust never sleeps...........
Now I wont be able to sleep... Worry worry...I need to get my 6hp shop Vac out and get at that dust. Especially after just coming out of the yard.

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We just did ours with the same stuff in gray, turned out great! Looks good on your boat as well.
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if i werent so busy sailing and repairing stuff i need to repair , i might find time to paint mine-- but , until then.......... black is beeeyoooteeefullll!
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