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Subject: Re: Headlining the cabin on a 25

H Matthews
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Date Posted: 08:56:43 08/04/2008 Tue
In reply to: Alan Smith 's message, "Headlining the cabin on a 25" on 15:54:10 13/03/2008 Thu

Yes we completely stripped and rebuilt the interior of our 813, moving shower room and toilet. We replaced T&G ceiling with ply covered in marine lining brought from Toomer and Hayter, the vinyl which is anti mould and foam backed is excellent and looks great. But make sure you use your exsisting ceiling only as a rough pattern, otherwise like us alot of trimming had to be done on the boat.
>Best wishes,

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