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Old 03-14-2007, 06:10 PM   #1
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Local body shop and marina are working on a quote for me. Since I cant get a cool brand new SCR I though we'd freshen up ours a little. Pics of me driving below as is now and a photoshop of the stripe I may do. All of the original gold and teal *yuck* striping have come off and we've replaced it with black and silver. So the proposed stripe and MAXUM plates repainted in silver would go much better with the theme.

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Sorry, didn't see a spot for attachments and the image link wasn't working for me.

As she is now

http://g35driver.com/forums/attachment. ... 1159898010

What I'm considering

http://www.maxumowners.org/talkshopsmal ... /4897.html
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Old 03-14-2007, 07:20 PM   #2
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I don't think i'd use paint about the belt line...I'd probably go with some sort of gelcoat....might be a bit spendy but would be more durable....and it wouldn't add much weight...nice boat by the way.....
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thanks! yeah we got her last year and really like it. taken a couple trips to chicago on her already.

the marina has a gel coat quote coming back and the body shop is paint. we'll see what happens but im leaning toward gel coat.
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paint would probably chip over time...gel would be more durable and last the life of the boat....just an idea...
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