Gave my trailer a coat of paint.

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Gave my trailer a coat of paint.

Postby Ron P » Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:17 am

This is the trailer that goes with my Sea Mate. It was very rusty
and needed help. Took it down with a wire brush on my grinder and gave it 3 coats of yellow.


http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/waddlep20 ... r=/77c4re2

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Postby txcaptdan » Tue Feb 27, 2007 6:37 pm

good job!!! Nice detailing---- God is in the details------
I have painted several trailers without too much prep with rustoleum in spray cans, that stuff is great it glues everything together and forms a good bond.
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1965 20' Cruisers Inc. 570 Seacamper
1962 20' Cruisers Inc. 502
1963 16' Cruisers Inc. 202 Seafarer
Weatherford, Texas
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Postby a j r » Wed Feb 28, 2007 5:36 am

Looks nice! Can I drop one of my trailers off for you to strip and repaint??? LOL

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Postby Shaun E. » Wed Feb 28, 2007 4:48 pm

Do you offer the same service for boats Andreas, because you do beautiful work too! LOL Shaun
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Postby a j r » Thu Mar 01, 2007 5:24 am

he he he, just what I need, more boats. Spent HOURS yesterday digging a boat out of the ice and snow, changing two flat tires, shoveling a path to the street...all this for a piece of c_ap boat (nice trailer and motor). Then it was get it home, had to shovel out the end of the driveway and move the Glasspar out of the driveway, put the other boat in the garage to lift the motor off with my chain hoist system, back the boat out, put the Glasspar in the garage, put the other rig in the driveway.

All this and we just had a foot of snow. Oh, any my driveway is only eight feet long! So the boat sits sideways.

So right now I have three boats in my two stall garage plus one in the driveway!

I have not been this tired and had such sore muscles for many years.

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