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New Floor and Table W/Logo's

Were are in the process of building a new floor and table for our Columbia 34. Were are almost done with the floor just putting the varnish on. The table is almost done. Here are some pictures.















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Very nice wood working ! You may have found the perfect way to stay off sailnet. Nice job.

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"I am not a professional wood worker or boat fix-er-upper, but I play one on TV."
Nice job once again Columbia.

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very good looking, great work

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Wow...sweet work!

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Wow....

Wonderfull.....

Beautifull......

Pretty....

you BASTARDO SUJO!!!!!!!!!!!!

You have done an exceptional job....CONGRATS!!

PERFECT...

Wanna come over?? I have a few ideas.....
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Very nice!!!

That's what winters are for, I guess.

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What wood is that, please? And is that for inside or outside?
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Very nice work C34, it should really dress up that old cabin's sole. Not being familiar with the layout though, is the bottom circular cut-out intended to join to the keel-stepped mast, and if so, how will it fit without cutting the woodwork?

Unless of course, this is going in the cockpit - and that cutout is for the binnacle?

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Very nice work you can be proud of!
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