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    Default Where to get a motor cover built?

    Anyone know of a good place in the area?

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    Oakley Auto Upholstery in the town of Oakley (925) 679-1000 ask for Tony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIMARCO21 View Post
    Oakley Auto Upholstery in the town of Oakley (925) 679-1000 ask for Tony.
    X2, did an excellent job on the interior in my Fountain.
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    Awesome! thanks guys.

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    ill give it a try...just have to leave the boat with me for a holiday weekend
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    Tony's done three of my boats in the past and does great vinyl work, but he's not much of a fabricator. I'll bet he passes on building that for you. I recommend Jeff Glow at Smooth as Glass to build the enclosure and he's got Adam Soares (CG Customs) in his front building now doing upholstery. They did a great job on a full interior in my '56 Chevy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayzor View Post
    Tony's done three of my boats in the past and does great vinyl work, but he's not much of a fabricator. I'll bet he passes on building that for you. I recommend Jeff Glow at Smooth as Glass to build the enclosure and he's got Adam Soares (CG Customs) in his front building now doing upholstery. They did a great job on a full interior in my '56 Chevy.
    i would have to agree with rayzor ,tony kinda shyed away from a small hatch on my cousins boat .he ended up building it himself and then had color glow upholster it and it came out awesome !!!!
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    Ditto on the two above posts.

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    Thanks again, I'll try CG when I get back from Shasta in a couple of weeks.

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    ill give it a try...just have to leave the boat with me for a holiday weekend
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    Smooth as Glass, nuff said


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    but i have to ask why would someone want to cover up a 572 in a daytona.? thats like putting a jacket over a great pair of tits in the summer now if you could build the cover out of plexi
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    Quote Originally Posted by skippers WFOT View Post
    but i have to ask why would someone want to cover up a 572 in a daytona.? thats like putting a jacket over a great pair of tits in the summer now if you could build the cover out of plexi
    LOL, Good point. I just want the sides covered, the motor will still be poking out. I want the F'ing wake board boat wakes not to fill up the boat when I'm floatin.

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