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Doug P
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Its lonley here.

Post by Doug P » Thu Mar 07, 2013 1:40 am

More stories needed !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(

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Post by boat_art » Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:09 am

Ok, you want a rust story. One time I was scraping paint off a steel boat...oh never mind!
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Post by Doug P » Sat Mar 09, 2013 1:04 am

boat_art wrote:Ok, you want a rust story. One time I was scraping paint off a steel boat...oh never mind!
Nice paquet of boats
Tom, Are you using rosin paper to mask off? where do you get it.

By the way, to my delight, these Roamers are dry, no swelling and always win in a minor collision with the worm-holed, broken ribbed vessels, not to mention the Tupperware vessels. Roamers are first out of the harbor breaking the ice for the trailer queens.javascript:emoticon(':wink:')




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Post by tkhersom » Sun Mar 31, 2013 8:40 am

Wow!

With all that going for it I may need to start searching for a Roamer.
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Doug P wrote:
boat_art wrote:Ok, you want a rust story. One time I was scraping paint off a steel boat...oh never mind!
Nice paquet of boats
Tom, Are you using rosin paper to mask off? where do you get it.

By the way, to my delight, these Roamers are dry, no swelling and always win in a minor collision with the worm-holed, broken ribbed vessels, not to mention the Tupperware vessels. Roamers are first out of the harbor breaking the ice for the trailer queens.javascript:emoticon(':wink:')




:P :P :P :wink: :wink: :wink:
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Re: Its lonely here.

Post by High Seas » Wed Jun 04, 2014 1:05 am

The 74' is still for sale in R.I.

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Re: Its lonley here.

Post by boat_art » Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:34 am

This fall I will be painting a 41' 1969 Roamer for a customer. Pics will follow.
Tom
http://www.boatartgallery.com
1956 CC Connie 47'
1959 Caulkins bartender
1965 Cheoy Lee Frisco Flyer
1953 Chris Craft Holiday
1941 Chris Craft Deluxe
Plus 8-12 customer boats at any time
God don't count the days spent messing around in wood boats.

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