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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by moparlvr4406, Jul 22, 2011.
port side of the cabin
I'm guessing you first stripped the woodwork in the cockpit?
No just sanded the big stuff down
the small trim I removed and sanded out
all was done with Watco teak oil
still a work in process but still got her on the water when time and work allow
Since I don't really know what the aft cooler and battery covers are supposed to look like I made them look like I wanted them to :smt001
makes the rest of the upholstry look like crap....but that will change
AND A FEW MORE
gettin better by the day
Great job!! Looks like this canoe found the right owner. It doesn't matter if you don't replace everything like original. It matters that it's functional for you. I raised my seats by 6 inches, installed the radio in the glove box, and lenghtened the swim platform.
thank you for the kind words
I have decided to make it what I want rather than what someone else thinks it should be.
the wife wants to put a back to back fold down seat like yours on the port side(actually both...but I wont sit still for it...I like the factory pilot seat lol) so a new riser and upholstry will be coming soon. Got a soft spot in the floor over the fuel tank so that and carpet are happening next spring. Got an idea for that I may play with.
Its looking a lot better nice job done on it !!. :thumbsup: . :thumbsup:
I kept slipping on the hatch covers every time I set the anchor so I vinyled them in the same color as the interior. I posted a story about sliding down the cuddy and onto the dock after the admiral and her friend tried a new wax without letting me know about it.
Not original but it looks good and is functional.
been at it again
caught the Admiral off guard on this one ....lol
you will see some radical changes coming this weekend
if the weather isn't worthy of getting her out :wink:
THIS WEEKENDS PROJECT
the side panels with a fresh coat of white vinyl
and the engine cover ..padded vinyl and some fresh teak trim
Keep plugging away at it. It's looking fine to me.
WATCO is some awesome stuff. I use it to protect my spearguns. Nice job on the wood restore.