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Old 07-14-2011, 11:49 PM   #41
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Are you saying my girlfriends legs look ugly in the first picture oldno7??!!

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No--she looks awesome
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:41 PM   #42
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Hey Maxum Gang,

Heres a SNEAK PREVIEW of Bella Sera's New Nuteak Swim Step....... And I couldn't be any more happy than a kid at Christmas!!! My slipmate sent me this first picture as a favor to me here in Bangkok , Thailand.

Funny thing Dan, it doesn't look like his tootsies are burning!!??

Anyhoo without any further a-doooo...... Heres My Baby and her new Rear End!!! (I'll Post more pics as they keep coming from my installer)

From design Concept..........







To the finished gorgeous design...............YESSSSS!!!!!



I'm sure they won't say it....but I will....dems sum yugily feetsies and legs ....I sure hope that ain't the admirables in this pic....but the teak looks good!!!

on a serious note....do you fill the edge with black silicone to keep the edge from pealing??...


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yo bella,

just got back from italy....(f..k what did i missed my boat...).....see your photo's now........good job men..... looks pretty nice.....enjoy it......

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hai bella,

graag gedaan (your welcome)

i already told you, nice feeling on the feets, knies and backside.......and no more waffels.....hahahaha......and your cockpitfloor...?......well maybe in the future.......

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Old 07-22-2011, 09:57 PM   #45
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I did my swim platform myself 2 years ago, and Love it. This year I bought material to do my entire cockpit. I have not installed the cockpit yet but can't wait.
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Love It, Love It, Love It. I did my swim platform 2 years ago. I think the cost is offset by the the way it looks like a million bucks. I know as the boats get bigger the cost adds up but, you can't take it with you.
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