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Well I got the entire headliner taken out of my project. Before I removed it though I took about fifty pictures and I also drew a map and numbered all pieces. On the inside of the wall where the main cabin windows are there was a piece of quarter inch plywood that was soaked from the leaky windows. When it all dried I scraped all the rotten stuff off. This seems to be a pretty half a$$ job of coring. The overhead has been cored with the underside having a layer of glass as well as the side decks. I plan on after replacing the wood on both sides of the main cabin to glass the backsides using west systems.

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What is a good site to use for loading pictures so i can post them?
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Flickr.com and photobucket.com are good sites. You can also use Picasa, which is a free program from Picasa - free photo editing and photo management software and use that to post the photos to picasaweb, which is their free online photo service.

I highly recommend using picasa if you're on a wintel box. If you're a civilized computer user, there's a plugin for iPhoto to upload to flickr.com

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