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    My paintwork

    This is the stage i am at with my GPR at the moment,will apdate as the paintwork continues,the bottom of the hull is House Of Color Titanium silver base with tangelo pearl,the top section once painted with also be in Tangelo pearl then applied true fire flames,will keep you up to date,the hull is a Riva hull which is usually 60 pounds lighter which i have dropped another 10 pounds in total 70 pounds lighter than a recreational GPR HUll,the ski was completely sanded back to bare SMC
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    Joe your not going to sleep tonight nice colours the job look s awesome

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    what is the go with sanding the rear half of the ski,is this still in the go fast list or not if so whats the precedure or is taking the shine of the rear good enough,please advise

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    very sweet joe...keep it away from the shore or beach cant wait to see the finished ski

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    I like it...looks very nice

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    very nice!! Now you know you can never beach it in any kind of way or that bottom is finished. One scratch and the rest will peel right behind it at high speed, please be careful.

    That thing looks damn good!!!!

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    Joe looks nice. Obviously a lot of work went into that. Great job!!!

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    damn Joe to bad you are so far away or i would have you paint my ski looks real good keep up the good work

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    That looks awesome, good work!!!

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    Very nice Joe!!

    Can't wait to see the top.

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