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Passing Gas Can Cure The Winter Blues
Well, it’s getting to be that time of year. Lake Dora Prep time. I had put a fresh coat of VanNess pre war engine paint on Stinkys engine and had to paint over the older Pass Gas SPECIAL logo I had created. So I made a new one that feels a little more “of the time” and spirit of the day. Mitzi Pembrook as you may recall was good looking for sure, but she had a little lactose problem.. Just say’n. Anyway. Here are some fun photos of me butchering the art of lettering.
Hey paint fumes are just as good as varnish fumes when you are desperate for anything boat related
Hey Matt, I think those photos are in your office. You are doing this on company time? What if the boss finds out!!!
I can smell it from here!
My office never looked that appealing, and I was in the paint finishing system business.
I did it over the weekend. Had to work all weekend and had a couple hrs on Saturday morning to kill before the staff showed up. I wish I could sneak away.
How’s the chalk done? Free handed? Template?
Matt, I see a great career for you in boat lettering… 😉
I am wondering if that was an option from Chris Craft when new? This will give the judges something to stew about!
See you in Tavares!
That green battery has got to go. It’s way out of place. At least paint it black with Duplicolor plastic paint? Then paint three red 6 V battery caps made out of wood glued in place of those plastic caps? Just my 2 cents.
Agree 100 percent. Not even sure if it’s still charged.