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Date Posted: - Monday - 04/ 2/07 - 9:39am
Author: CaptnG (hmmm)
Subject: Koehler craft
In reply to: John & Jan 's message, "Not interested" on - Tuesday - 11/ 7/06 - 5:25pm

I agree with John about Koehler in San Diego. i asked them to be quick but over all their yard is a mess which kind of says someting about their work.. The guys doing the job where nice but over-all I wasn;t happy. They left newspaper imbedded in my bottom paint ( seperating the paint form the supports )which i can't get out except by re-doing the bottom. They didn't sand before painting as promised and I thought the job was sloppy... could have done it better myself.

CaptnG " Grace O'Malley" M-40

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