Plastic Restoration

lasttime78

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Mar 7, 2011
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Just found this Company in my wifes FingerLakes Magazine. They restore Plastic trim pieces and dashes. It's amazeing and a cheaper alternative to after market trim piece prices. Check it out!! http://www.fibrenew.com/fingerlakes

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LIVE4RDO

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I just sent them a quote request. You might just hooked me up big time, sir. dancin_banana.gif \:D/ =D>



 

LIVE4RDO

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Has anyone ever used them? Apparently it's a franchise, so I'm sure some are better than others.
 

lasttime78

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Mar 7, 2011
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The guy does amazing work. I am trying to work out a package deal or a price reduction for all of us here on Malibu Racing . I will post more as I get more info from him it's worth a shot. Right?
 

LIVE4RDO

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There is another guy closer to me, but unless I find some references, I might take a road trip upstate. Have you seen his work?
 

lasttime78

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Mar 7, 2011
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Her are some pics of a plastic dash he fixed. Its for a boat,it came to him in many pieces. He gaurantees his work, to not chip,peal,or fade. Stand behind it 100%

Also here are some trim pieces as well.
 

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LS6 Tommy

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May 15, 2004
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Sorry for the hijack...

Your boat is a Glastron? What year?

Tommy
 

81malibu329

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I sent them an email, no response yet. It'd be a huge relief to fix the panels I already have instead of starting from scratch
 

81classic

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FYI - on the hard to find pieces I sanded mine down to good plastic, then used SEM texture coating to recreate the grain look, then painted over. Not perfect but looks pretty good
 

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