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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16 Responses to “Beyond The Zipper! The Perfect Cover For Your Bottom!”
  1. m-fine

    Wait a minute…you mean to say this is NOT a porn site? Are you telling me I have been wasting all this time waiting for the good stuff and its never goin to come? Oh no!

  2. Rick

    And up to this morning I didn’t know what to get my wife for Christmas. Ya never know when just the right thing will come along even though $15 was a little more than what I wanted to spend. Maybe I can give her the stain in a baggie and resell the can?

  3. Greg Lewandowski

    If I don’t have an authentic last gasp photo, can I send in a nice shot taken in July where you really can’t tell that it’s not October, or is that cheating? I don’t want to get black listed and never be able to buy another WoodyBoater cap or T-shirt!

    • oldbaldguy

      If you hadn’t told us that would be one thing but now that we know…………Oh what the hell as long as it’s a cool woody, and who’s to say your last gasp wasn’t in July in your neck of the woods. Show us your woody!

  4. John Rothert

    I have a better paint porn story than that….
    yesterday I got two QUARTS of old Salem hard racing copper bronze paint. nearly 60 bucks a QUART.
    This for the Argentine boat that you guys talked me out of glassing…


    John in Va

  5. floyd r turbo

    So John, you’re saying there’s no happy ending to your story? and your saying I won’t find any clips from “On Golden Blonde” here?

  6. Jimmuh

    Butt he good news for that porn-surfer is that he can look right next door on ‘the buzz’ and they’re talkin’ limber holes! WooHoo?

  7. Carl Garmhaus

    I just love good boat porn, don’t forget swelling bottoms and pick ups.

  8. Bill

    hey matt i found a deal for ya you been looking at cruisers forget those litttle 50 footers the city of port huron michigan has lowered the price for the uscg bramble a 180 foot ice breaker to 200 thousand there is no last gasp with this baby you can go out in january guarenteed if you get this yacht they will make you king of the yacht club and if they dont just fire her up and mow down the docks in front of the place only hang up might be the fuel cost

  9. Carl Garmhaus

    Hey Matt, You were talking about some St. Clair River property. No grass to cut if you buy the Bramble, good view of the shipping channel, close to our Canadian neighbors, can Walleye fish off the transom, liv’in the dream!

    • Jimmuh

      Carl –
      No grass to mow, you say?
      What about all that green stuff growing on the 180 foot long bottom?