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Shes lookig great. Another proud C&C Owner......you are doing a great job. Glad you did the cutlass as is so cheap with everything removed.

Make sure you join the C&C online area. Link is below and register your boat. You will get to see who in your area has one. Also they have the C&C burgee as wekk as some of the sticker/ plates which were fixed on the boats for ID. They have all the manuals as well as forums and projectas others have done for various models.

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Re: S/V East Coast Lady Shows her Bottom

I believe from the factory/dealer the C&C stars were painted, whilst the stripe was done with tape. I did all mine with 3M tape and it's held up for a year so far:
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Where would one find this 3m tape? At the Autoparts store like pin stripe?
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Re: S/V East Coast Lady Shows her Bottom

Yep, I got mine from a sign-making place, but only because the local auto store couldn't get it for a week or two. I think it was 1/2" tape. Make sure you get something with good UV resistance (like the 3M).
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Re: S/V East Coast Lady Shows her Bottom

Howzit All,
I'm usually on the Cal forum, but I love to see boats brought back to life. Check out the ECL blog to see how cherry the bottom looks. Going to be one fine vessel. Seems like the yard is good at their business. Enjoy.
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Re: S/V East Coast Lady Shows her Bottom

Heres a little update on the bottom job. They did the stripes today. I am excited about that. Heres a question ? how do I know if they used top of the line paint for the bottom?


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Just an update on the progress of the East Coast Lady.
We have installed the new cove stripe and bimini to her. its an amazing improvement she is looking good again.
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WOW, she cleaned up nice!
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Re: S/V East Coast Lady Shows her Bottom

Itgo.. you've really done wonders bringing this old girl back to life.. Well done.

btw.. those pretty rope coils - kind of labour intensive for that application, but whatever.. if you have an otter population nearby be advised that they treat those nice coils on docks as personal toilets.. and tend to park their piles dead center!

Enjoy that charter trip!
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