OK, I am still laughing as I write this thinking that some poor slob cruising the internet has found this site through some porn search. Woody, Zipper, Bottom.. Oh yeah this is gonna be good! SORRY! It’s boat porn. As many … OK all of you enjoyed my quest for the original zipper manufacture of my convertible top cover. This one idea may put many of you over the edge, This cool can of original copper bronze paint is on eBay today for 15 bucks. Dated 1953.. Just think, you can have the ultimate restoration by even using NOS bottom paint. How extreme is that? I have used by the way some of my original Chris Craft stain still in the can for the covering boards on the Woodybotermobile. A little thinner floating in the can and bam ya got the right original color, and for the real nuts out there..like me.. a little original somth’n somth’n on your new truck. Now, I am not sure how the epa will feel about using this can on your bottom….(boat bottom) Jeeze are you still reading this Mr I want RussianBikiniWives.xxx WE ARE TALKING BOATS HERE, the only can you are going to see is the one above! For the record, it works for me. Note to self, talk to DR about testosterone gel.. OK now back to the subject. EPA.. They will hate it, and therefore it must be the good stuff. When your perfect 1953 Chris Craft is up against another perfect 1953 Chris Craft, this can of “Original” bottom paint could be the deciding factor. Unless you don’t give a crap, in which case you can do a story on it on your website… I am so going boating this weekend!
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