Factory Material Specs for 18 Cobra

Today, we have a mash-up of catch-up, whats-up from the past couple days of stories. One is two factory spec sheets on how to achieve the factory color for Cobras. Thank you Uncle Joe for that. Uncle Joe has all the secret goodies, which is why we are using his Uncle name. BTW, we all need an Uncle Joe in our lives.

Factory Cobra 21 Material Specs

And the other is the Railway Cleanup. What happened? How did it all pan out? So many questions. One simple answer. Fine! It happens when your property is basically a boat ramp. The good news is nothing floated away, or worse, floated up.. EEEESH.. MR B sure loves him some dead fish carcass’s. Carcasssss? How in the hell do you plural Carcass? Then again,I just cursed at Carcass, OH.. No way. I am not going to get trapped in a word loop this morning. NO!

Mr B and I finished the deck on the Heroldo Riviera Shed.

Mr B’s yard is back to normal

I added some Long boat hook holders. These are large and in charge to help guide boats onto the railway

Done!

Soon to be opened.

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13 Responses to “Chris Craft Cobra Material Specs, And Post High Tide Pics. It’s A Mash Up Day”
  1. Jim Staib

    Jaxon and Uncle Joe were good friends. Went to a Husky adoption event yesterday. Decided that I’m too old to clean up after a Husky. Looking for a different breed now.

  2. Greg Lewandowski

    The Michigan gang knows the identity of Uncle Joe. He is one of us!

  3. Randy

    Wouldn’t it just be your luck that, after buying all that red paint, that you find 100-gals. of red barn paint in the HR Shed!

  4. Don Palmer

    I couldn’t help but notice that Mr. B looks, well let’s say… different. Did he get a bath and a haircut?

  5. Dick Dow

    You cut off Mr. B’s diving board… 😉 Glad everything survived the high water.

  6. Art

    Actually the Algonac Maritime Museum has data like this. They only have one staff member who is the guru of the data and he is only there part time—–as they all are.

  7. Steve Anderson from Michigan

    No comments about the 7/8 # of gold powder? I thought I heard it was real gold dust, no?

    • George N Burgess

      The Gold Powder was real gold just not the kind of Gold used in Jewelry.