Skins look great. I can't wait till the day I'm sitting back haveing a cold one and the little one is handling things.
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Damn, drinking beer on the job, no wonder why its taking so long!!!
You done yet?
John, when you get a chance could you snap a couple of photos and/or give a description of how the rear seatback goes in. Mine isn't original and I've never convinced myself that whoever made it knew what they were doing.
Looks like there would be a couple crippled drunk guys working on it then!! I will be up as soon as its above freezing.... so like august
I just spent 2 hours removing the staples on ONE side panal
It would almost be better if the wood was rotten and they would just fall out, I might be able to speed it up if I wasn't trying to save the old skins but I'm trying to save them in case I ever come across a old mate with a trashed interior, these skins are still pretty good and would be more than OK if I find a boat to fix up for resale, some guys in the US are practically giving these boats away and they still bring a good dollar up here in Canada, thinking I'll find a project for next winter and these old skins might come in handy.