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Old 26 March 2011, 14:22   #11
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and the last two!

I just need to add electronics and a couple of switches. Also just fitted a Bluesea 6 way fuse box and the associated wiring should be completed this week.
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Old 26 March 2011, 15:03   #12
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Very smart job!! looks reaal tidy
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Old 26 March 2011, 16:21   #13
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She does look very well - nice one!
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Old 28 March 2011, 10:58   #15
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Delta Project

Thanks for the kind comments everyone!
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Tidy and sleek result, congratulations! How was the polyesterwork on the console /jockeyseat prior restoration- a lot of wear an tear?
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Old 31 March 2011, 07:29   #17
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Delta refurb

Apart form the plethora of small holes on the top of the console which had been drilled to suit different electronics over the years; the fibreglass work, deck and console were all excellent! To be honest I wouldn’t have touched the console or deck other that I wanted to centre the console and fit additional pod seats for my kids. Subsequently when I had removed all from the boat I took the opportunity to renew cabling, steering and improve where I could. I was probably lucky when I purchased it as it turned out to be a very solid boat!
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Did you reture it or repaint tubes? Picture 1 and 2 shows huge difference

By the way, it looks amazing - great work.
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Did you reture it or repaint tubes? Picture 1 and 2 shows huge difference

By the way, it looks amazing - great work.
I think it was the camera and the time of day I took the first photo may have made things appear worse than they actually were. The tubes were just given a good clean; in fact several washes with various products. With regards to the hull and apart from a wash it was untouched. Thanks for the kind comments
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Class job

excuse my ignorance but what does it mean to flow coat the deck?

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