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Gorgeous!

I really enjoy seeing your work on these lovely old ladies.
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Way to go Charlie,...you bleep! Now you've got me thinking how much work I should be doing to my interior brightwork. Seriously though she looks awesome! Great job! Thanks for the pix.
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Hi Charlie,

She's indeed looking as great inside as out. Quite a contrast from the "before" photos.

Can you tell us what it's cost roughly in $$$ and hours to get her to this point?? I'm just curious. Thanks.

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749.35 shop hours and just under 57K in labor. Probably 3,000 man hours total.

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749.35 shop hours and just under 57K in labor. Probably 3,000 man hours total.
So around 65-70K including timber, consumables, fancy Blue Seas panel, etc.? $19/hr is extremely cheap labour in this part of the world, so that's not bad for an end result like that!

May you get many more projects like her, Charlie.

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She was our first complete one. The rest won't be quite as cheap...

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