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Bronze, stainless, chrome or steel. If you need information about the non-wood items on your Chris-Craft, pose your questions here.

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Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 1:17 am

Can anyone recommend a gauge restorer in my part of the country (CA)?
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Posted from Archive, Message by Garry G: Gauge Restoration

Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 1:18 am

There is an add in the Brass Bell Summer 2004 about classic instruments Clawson Classic Instruments The add reads The professional restorers' choice for the finest quality, craftmanship, and service. Complete repair ans restoration. Retrain your original design with modern internal components. Reproduction instruments available. Formerly in California servicing the classic boat industry for over 17 years.

Mark Clawson
2402 30th street
Anacortes, Wa 98221
(360) 299-8636
Fax (360) 299-2836
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Posted from Archive, Message by Randy M: Gauge Restoration

Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 1:20 am

I had Mark restore/rebuild the guages for my Matthews Martinique restoration and he did an incredible job.  Plus, he was able to install electrical 'guts', greatly improving the old mechanical operation of these original units.  For what I received I felt it was a very reasonable cost.

Randy Mueller,  Gig Harbor, WA.
1956 42' Matthews Martinique  "Starlight Express"
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