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We are prepairing Kindred Spirit for sale. We had a vetus Yogy go overboard last year and ordered a replacement. The old one was brown and ugly. I used MEK and rubbed it out and it looks brand new. No paint and treated it with 303 for uv. can't tell which one is new. Doug Griffith.

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