Ever wondered what the frame work under your classic Chris Crafts bottom looks like? Here ya go. Thanks to Bjorn Bakken’s Beautiful Barrelback Blog you can sit back with your Bagel, with some Butter and look at the restoration of his 1940 Chris Craft and see his bones sans bungs…. Boooyaaa!

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7 Responses to “Bjorn's Bottom Exposed For The World To See.”
  1. Anonymous

    Very Cool!!! Looking great!!!

    Actually I prefer cream cheeze with mine.

  2. Bjorn B.

    I'll better put my pants on. See what happen to Tiger!

    And by the way, I have oil soaked frames (no pre-soaking needed) for everyone at the mob riot in Newport VA.

    Bjorn B.

  3. Al Benton

    Bjorn, I'm really enjoying your Barrelback Blog. She's coming along nicely and your blog is fantastic, very enjoyable to visit while working on a fresh toasted bagel with cream cheeze and black coffee just before (or after) seeing what WoodyBoater has in store for us to druel over or rant about.

    I've almost got my poster ready for the Newport News thing. I have to find some fluorescent "glow in the dark" paint for it in case this thing goes into the cocktail hour. It will shine like a neon sign when those bilge soaked torches get going good (if you can see through the black curly smoke columns they're bound to produce). Oh, I've got Wilson's cell number if we need legal assistance before it's over.

    Al

    Al

  4. Rick

    When you say "Wilson" do you mean the vollyball from the Tom Hanks movie? Now there's a celebbrity! Can you put it's image on the banner also? Vollyball with a bloody hand print, ther is an image we can all rally around! Or are we talking Wilson from the TV show eher we never did see his face. Hmmmmmmm as a matter of fact has anyone actually seen our Wilson? Coincidence? I don't think so! Oh, nice barrelback.

  5. Anonymous

    Whats all this I hear about woodyboat bannisters? How big is this boat that it needs a bannister? Its like my mother always told me, Roseanna sometimes you need a bannister and sometimes you just fall on your ass. Goodnight Jane.

  6. Al Benton

    You know the difference between a golf club and an Escalade? Tiger can't drive an Escalade 400 yards. (You're right Rick, just trying to change the subject.)