Fiberglass work

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  1. jdickau484

    jdickau484 Senior Member

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    With all of our boats in the water, I am looking to take on some side work. Custom fiberglass work- cabinets/galleys, seats, consoles, hatches, masts, decks, etc. Working out of family owned shop with little overhead. Feel free to give me a call or text to discuss an idea 860-466-0047. Shop is located in central CT. Have a whole bunch of pictures of prior work. Thanks.

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    Best of luck Jordan!
     
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    Thanks Vin. Cant wait to see that Bruno out there.
     
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    i might have something at the end of the season i want done. i will reach out soon to chat. thanks
     
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    Do you have a hatch mold? Even a rough quality one. Need 4 for new project
     
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    Great, thanks Reg.

    Are you looking for a the hatch cover piece or a hatch gutter? I made this hatch gutter mold out some 1"x2" wood strips. I didnt spend anytime fairing this gutter. Could make something up for a hatch cover. I usually use the hatch cutout for the hatch cover.

    hatch gutter.jpg

    seat gutter 1.jpg

    front hatch.jpg
     
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