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Lady J comes out....

Lady J finally made it out of the shop for the engine install and finish work.


Here she is after getting her bottom paint.






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Here's some of the upper deck







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Here chris is doing the final rub out.







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The interior is almost together and I will post shots of it and the new sole when it's ready. Until next time....

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Yuck! Such an ugly duckling. That mirror finish just makes me ill. LOL
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That almost makes me want a wooden boat...... Almost. What beautiful work.


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Holy crap CC. That is drop dead gorgeous.

Amazing.


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Thanks. Ya know, once you get one to this stage, there's not much more maintenace to do on it than a plastic boat. The difference is that you can't defer it like you can with glass.

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What type of clear coating? Same on the topsides/brightwork?
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Petit Flagship varnish....

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