6 Responses to “Classic Boat Cufflinks For The Errol Flynn In You”
  1. Rick

    Well if we get as much snow tonight here in the northeast as they are predicting I can always use them to flash signals to attract rescuers by waving my cuff linked arms. Glad I have the Brass Bell, Wooden Boat and ACBS publication to read (re-read) tomorrow at least.

  2. Philip Andrew

    Hmmmm they almost look like a Palamino… sort of. So when the Palamino gets here, I could wear shorts, a long sleeve shirt with french cuffs, the Woody Boater Captains Cap and the cuff links. Is that going to work?

    • Texx

      Phil – You could make that work, it would be the talk of the town (or boat show). It’s all about being original, a trend setter so to speak…

      How much longer before the Palamino arrives at it’s new home?

      • Philip Andrew

        Texx the Palamino is with Joel and co at Antique Boat at the moment. They have done some service work on the outboard and got it running and have also re painted the bottom with Hard Racing Copper to tidy it up. Im having a new trailer made for it and then she will be on her way to me. I will have a TeeNee trailer to sell/give away if anyone wants it.
        I imagine I will see her in March if all goes to plan.
        Phil.

  3. matt

    You can revive the village people over there.. You would be a internet smash hit, then your clients would see it, because everyone reads this.. And well, it depends.. They would like the cufflinks, thats for sure..

  4. Bob

    Or Phil could forget the shirt and go with just the cuffs and a bow tie, like the Chipendales (or so I’m told; not that there is anything wrong with that)