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Old 01-19-2007
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Repairman needed

I posted this in "gear" forum but since this is local to Chesapeake, I'll try here.

I am looking for an internal repair pro to install new upholstery in the head - already have marine carpet but this job just does not excite me, I'd rather pay someone.

Also, if you know someone who is mobile and can do bottom re-painting - that would be great.

The boat is in Edgewater, MD.

Anyone you know, used, or even just think might work out - send them to me.
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I would really much prefer a personal experience or referral. My experience with various service people hired off the ad or website was not great.
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