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Old 05-03-2007, 07:07 PM   #1
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Metalflake Hull

Red / white metalflake hull, £95
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Old 05-03-2007, 08:01 PM   #2
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that looks pukka
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in the snow somewhere!! just his cuppa tea eh!
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is the metalflake easy to apply? what size flake did you use? Could it be applied in gel form to an existing boat or only painted?

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is the metalflake easy to apply? what size flake did you use? Could it be applied in gel form to an existing boat or only painted?

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paint metalflake is the only way to go on an existing boat....... flake size .015
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:48 PM   #8
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how much is a normal hull.
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Old 06-03-2007, 11:18 PM   #10
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when ive got some more money maybe, really fancy one though
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Nice job

What a nice job , stepped bottom and you even have a real hull to deck flange .
My brother just bought a four foot cat on ebay and it is an amatuer built piece of sh*t . Do you make a cat hull ?
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What a nice job , stepped bottom and you even have a real hull to deck flange .
My brother just bought a four foot cat on ebay and it is an amatuer built piece of sh*t . Do you make a cat hull ?
not at the moment but maybe will in the future.....
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if its still for sale i'll have it gav
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sold to the man in the pink suit!
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Gav, how come the metal flake on B&O is £89 or is that just meant for a normal coated one?
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Gav, how come the metal flake on B&O is £89 or is that just meant for a normal coated one?
because i made it for myself and then changed my mind about what colour i want so i let it go for £89, i dont really want to be doing too many "specials" as they are very time consuming and the metalflake is very expensive @ £50 a kilo!!!

a normal single colour one is £70
a two colour is £73.50
metalflake is POA but a minimum of £20 on top depending how much of the boat is in flake.
The inboard style engine hatch is £12 if required otherwise they come as standard with a perspex hatch(looks more like an OB boat with perspex)

sorry if i have confused anyone
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