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    Default Scotty Pierce's Cabo Marine, LLC

    Hi Folks, Just found this forum, and it is a great site. I am Scotty Pierce. I raced Unlimited hydro's for over 20 years, and was a major partner in Seattle Boat Co. for over ten years. I have recently started a new company, Cabo Marine, LLC, and we are doing expert fiberglass and gel coat repairs. We are doing all of the fiberglass and gel coat repairs for Seattle Boat, on their Cobalt and Sunseeker boats. We are also doing restorations on race boats, and older cool pleasure boats. Feel free to call me to discuss your boat project, or just some advice. Thanks, Scotty Pierce 206 949-1695

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    Have you worked on any old daycruisers?If so what would like to see pics

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    Built plenty of new ones, 30 years ago, as a kid who grew up in So Cal, for Challenger Boats, Montclair, CA. You do not see too many Day cruisers in WA. state. A boat is a boat. Have plenty of references, that I would be happy to provide. Thanks, Scotty Pierce

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    Good luck in your new endeavor, Scott.
    Kevin Stich, old boat guy from Seattle

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    Thanks Kevin !! So far so good with work, but this economy scares the devil out of me. My overhead is low, I hope that is the key to survival. Take care, Scotty Pierce

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    cant wait to see pics of the 1964 stevens flatbottom your restoring....mouz


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    I have several small cracks in the colored sections on the sides of my boat they are from people getting in and out over the years (stepping on the gas filler necks)and where the supports are placed. If this is something you would be able to fix or at least touch up (I don't expect miracles or perfection its 30yrs old) the gel is real nice now except these areas. If this is the kind of thing you specialize in I would be interested in fixing them in time and I would be glad to give you the work. If not do you have anyone to recomend.

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    Hi Drip, Sorry for the delay in answering, I have had the flu going around, and I thought I was getting ready to see the big guy. Yes we do the repairs you are talking about. Check out our web site @ www.scottyscabomarine.com to see some of the work we do. Please feel free to contact me when you are ready to schedule the job. Take care, Scotty

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