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Dennis Taylor
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Date Posted: 12:25:40 22/07/2007 Sun
In reply to: ALAN NEWTON 's message, "BLUE SIDE STRIPE" on 14:30:35 20/07/2007 Fri

Have a look at the International yachtpaint.com web site. You should see a good colour match there. The last time I painted ours I used the 1 coat Oxford blue code 105. But this may not be the original colour. Best painted with the boat out of the water using a roller with the paint thinned as necessary depending on the temperature and general drying conditons.
Paint and thinners etc should be readily avilablle from any decent chandlery

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