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Tartan 372 Interior Stain??

Does anyone know what type of finish Tartan used on their interior teak circa 1991? My 372 has a "reddish" hue to all the interior teak which appears to be a stain but I am not sure. I have made some teak parts for a holder for my companion way boards.....and would like them to match.

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You could try calling Tartan, as they're sorta still in business, and someone there might be able to tell you.
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Tartan 372 interior stain

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Does anyone know what type of finish Tartan used on their interior teak circa 1991? My 372 has a "reddish" hue to all the interior teak which appears to be a stain but I am not sure. I have made some teak parts for a holder for my companion way boards.....and would like them to match.

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Mike
Mike,

If you don't belong or are not already aware of the following websites.. these maybe of help to you as well.

tartansailing : Tartan Sailing This is the Yahoo group which seems to be the most active.

Welcome to the Tartan Owners website
Go to the resources page and you may find what your are looking for.

There are owners there who may be able to steer you in the right direction.

John

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