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Any body know of any good sites with tips and hints on refurbishing apostry do's and don’ts? I kind of what to try it my self so any good info is good thanks
you neeed to post a pic of the interiro and we can tell you how to build it . I have made my buckets and also deck lid and it turned out bitchenwell im not changing buckets or bench all is good in this case, i cannot change change the look of the boat it needs to stay as it was in 79 other that seat color (that was ugly), and to the sending them out i am entertaing that idea but im really trying to say that i restored the entire thing,or as much as i can in my shop. it's kinda my tribute to my grandfather who's name is on the boat
2 buckets a bench and enough vinyl to cover my gunnel panels and shipping.What all are you getting for that? 2 buckets and a bench? Just curious. That sounds like a good deal if the vinyl is good quality...
At least, and then you end up with a bunch of extra vinyl in order to make all your pieces... I did mine in 3 different colors of marine grade fabric (fabric backed with vinyl) and ended up with a lot of extra in order to get the right size/shape for everything... Around $700 in material (bases, foam, fabric/vinyl) and probably 2 weeks of work in the evenings...I figured I would spend over $400 doing it myself, by the time I buy needles, thread and the vinyl. Not counting the TIME
How much are the fiberglass buckets, WITH COVERS as pictured? I dont need full custom and diamond tuck and all that, just a plain seat with plain cover.One of the simplest and popular way (assuming the underlying wood is damged) is to replace what you have with a pair of Fiberglass buckets and rear bench The Glass units are easy to cover , the backs can be painted to match the boat and the covers snap out for storage Tom