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Convincor paint schemes????

My 1999 Convincor busted a hole in a piston on the last outing. The boat is out for the winter and I have pulled the engine. I stripped all the interior out as well for a good cleaning. I am considering a new paint job while the boat is apart. The hull is currently white with the red/white checkerboard on the rear of it. I think it is kind of dated and want something a little more modern that is not too elaborate (I will be painting it myself). I want to be able to keep the interior, it has red/black checkers on the hatch cover and also r/black checkers on the deck. It looks very similar to the ZT posted here. Anyone have some pics of simple but tasteful convincor paint schemes???
 

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I stole these pics from the boat of the month thread,this is what I am looking for.....beautiful boats!
 

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ezstriper

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you might consider a wrap vs paint....allows you to change your mind and graphics after a few years without the expense of a re-paint. unless you have a paint shop and the ability would also be cheaper, feel free to call me and discus if you wish, 540-786-8111, Rob
 
you might consider a wrap vs paint....allows you to change your mind and graphics after a few years without the expense of a re-paint. unless you have a paint shop and the ability would also be cheaper, feel free to call me and discus if you wish, 540-786-8111, Rob


Rob,
Fredericksburg is not that far....do you do wraps?
 
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