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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-31-2008 04:39 PM
sailingdog You mean that pink color found in your avatar???
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Originally Posted by Bermuda30 View Post
Real boats are a red that can never be matched again, like 2 parts Claret and 2 parts Vivid Red!
10-31-2008 04:22 PM
Bermuda30
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Originally Posted by T34C View Post
Real boats are Red, A dark red is even better.
Real boats are a red that can never be matched again, like 2 parts Claret and 2 parts Vivid Red!
10-31-2008 12:59 PM
SVDistantStar Im going to put something around the edges to stop the bumping. As for the Pearsons hull, its got alot of colours showing.
10-31-2008 12:55 PM
sailingdog Evil...cam...evil..

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Originally Posted by camaraderie View Post
Paint it whatever color you want to rub off on your Pearson's hull when it goes bump in the night!
10-31-2008 12:44 PM
camaraderie Paint it whatever color you want to rub off on your Pearson's hull when it goes bump in the night!
10-31-2008 09:59 AM
T34C Real boats are Red, A dark red is even better.
10-31-2008 01:54 AM
blt2ski So Pink with purple polka dots is out?!?!?! or is that too simple?

In the end, it is like my clients ask me, "what color pavers?" "I like this ____________, but you have to live with the choice, not me" so pick what you like, and do not worry about what I like!

I have to admit tho, and nice shiny white would be good and classic, with a upper boot stripe of your choice, Red is my fav!

Enjoy your hardwork!

marty
10-31-2008 01:29 AM
sailingdog I was going to second what J36ZT said...but that's not simple... go red... and leave the gunnel white.
10-30-2008 10:26 PM
SVDistantStar This is going to be a simple paint job, nothing fancy. What ever colour i paint it, it will end up with either black or blue bottom paint.
10-30-2008 10:03 PM
Quickstep192 White for practical, red for bold.

If you paint it red, scratches that go through the paint will really show, but it will sure look cool until then. Scratches won't show as much with white, but it will be well,,,,, white...
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