Amazing finish. Will we make the Lake Hopatcong Show?

Well, here it is in all its glory. Our Graves Plating Chrome is home! And mother of god its perfect. Its so crisp and clean you can’t tell where the boat starts and the chrome ends. Its not just the shine, but the amount of specail work under the shine that really makes it ..well.. sorry.. shine. WOW, there is a feel to it that is way beyond the normal chrome jobs we have seen. Yes its subtle, but genus is in the details, and ooooffff! I know I know, how can you be so passionate about a air scopp chrome job? Because passion and a fantastic job with a world class company is always worth going on and on about. It’s poetry in chrome.

Vents that take my breath away

Scopp perfection

Cleat , Neat!

Varnish and scoop! That varnish is brushed! Yes brushed by the Good people at Katzs Marina

Spotlight being installed

Oh that spotlight!

Side vents

Step Pad

Hinges, and shifter. The detail on even a small hinge is spectacular

The Kocian Gauges are done and installed.

We want to thank the team at Katz’s Marina who is hustling to make the big Lake Hopatcong Show this weekend! Fingers crossed!

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17 Responses to “Chrome, Perfect Chrome Meets Varnish, Perfect Varnish!”
  1. RiverRat

    Nice Iva-lite. Nice boat. Are you sure you don’t want to put it in the museum?

    • Matt

      My museum is out on the water with my family. I live in an area that is a time capsule and the idea of this boat sitting in a room is painful to think of

      • Shep

        Matt looks great! I would a nervous wreck taking it out first time after all that work.

  2. Troy in ANE

    WOW so much going on this weekend.

    WECATHUM is looking AMAZING! Send us lots and lots of pictures.

  3. Rabbit

    Reading this from the Tate Modern museum in London. Amazing art, but I think the real art is in New Jersey today.

    • Matt

      And our steering wheel is on the right side for you today! HA! It looks like you are having a fantastic time with Wil.

  4. Charles J

    WECATHUM is just stunning! Good luck on getting the work all wrapped up in time for the Lake Hopatcong show.

  5. John Baas

    Nice artsy fartsy photos, too. You must document the first water spots for us.