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  1. #1
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    Boat camo painting

    I have a 1648 flatbottom I need painted camo, have seen post on here months ago need contact info.


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    camo boat paint

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas depriest View Post
    I have a 1648 flatbottom I need painted camo, have seen post on here months ago need contact info.
    call gene at metro camo 501-472-6578 in greenbriar he just painted my boat in natgear and it looks great


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    Thomas, you ever squirrel hunt at Black Swamp with Irby?

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    Thanks for the info. Looked at his facebook page, will contact him.

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    Also, Cuz Outboards does a fine job usually a little cheaper than the local competition.

    Cuz501

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas depriest View Post
    I have a 1648 flatbottom I need painted camo, have seen post on here months ago need contact info.
    Check out Spankys Custom Camo on Facebook, located in Conway, he does a great job!

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    Isnt that guy a conway fireman?

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    If you want a quality camo job go to metro camo. I wouldn't recommend Spankys Custom Camo he painted one of my friends boats he dident use any primer and the paint Texture was like sandpaper.
    Last edited by wellington_123; 10-06-2011 at 06:12 PM.

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    I dont know Spanky, so Im not sticking up for him but primer has nothing to do with the texture. The olive drab I use comes out ruff. If you ever get a chance feel the paint on a military vehicle. Alot of good strong paints have the texture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natestep View Post
    I dont know Spanky, so Im not sticking up for him but primer has nothing to do with the texture. The olive drab I use comes out ruff. If you ever get a chance feel the paint on a military vehicle. Alot of good strong paints have the texture.
    after about the 10 time he used the boat the paint on the floor was coming off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellington_123 View Post
    If you want a quality camo job go to metro camo. I wouldn't recommend Spankys Custom Camo he painted one of my friends boats he dident use any primer and the paint Texture was like sandpaper.
    I don't know the situation with your buddies boat but I am sure if he had a problem with it then Spanky would make it right.

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    Spanky does use primer...not sure where you get your info. I've watched & helped him paint several boats with NO issues at all.

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    Spanky has painted two boats a motor and trailer for me and everything was great

    I would recommend him to all

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    This is Spanky I tell everyone that I do work for that I will back my work 100% If I have a unhappy customer then they need to bring the boat back. I still paint in the same place. If they are unhappy they need to bring it back, not have a friend bad mouth my paint jobs with out letting me know they are unhappy. I also use the same primer as everyone else that paints boats and I use it on all the boats I painted. The Texture at time can feel rough but I haven't had anyone tell me they didn't like the paint. Again I would like to say I'll back my work 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spankycc1965 View Post
    This is Spanky I tell everyone that I do work for that I will back my work 100% If I have a unhappy customer then they need to bring the boat back. I still paint in the same place. If they are unhappy they need to bring it back, not have a friend bad mouth my paint jobs with out letting me know they are unhappy. I also use the same primer as everyone else that paints boats and I use it on all the boats I painted. The Texture at time can feel rough but I haven't had anyone tell me they didn't like the paint. Again I would like to say I'll back my work 100%.
    spanky how much do you charge for a war eagle 1542 to be painted in nat gear and do you have a facebook page like metro camo has.
    Last edited by Greenness down; 10-07-2011 at 04:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenness down View Post
    spanky how much do you charge for a war eagle 1542 to be painted in nat gear and do you have a facebook page like metro camo has.
    The best way to get a quote from Spanky is his Facebook page SpankysCustomCamo, you can also email him at spankyscustomcamo@hotmail.com

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    I can be reached at the two address listed above. I will not post prices on the form. But email me you number and I would be glad to discuss it with you.
    spankyscustomcamo@hotmail.com

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    SPANKY is in the House!!! Quick Story. I live in Little Rock, was huntin in Texarkana 2 weeks ago in the middle of nowhere and drove down to a river where there were 2 guys in a sharp Camo Toyota! It looked Real Good, & he said this guy named Panky or Spanky or somethin like that from Conway painted it but he didnt have a phone #. Dont look like I need a # now, I got an email address. Dang good job on the Yota, Ill be checkin out the website


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