custom camo boat painters?

Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by wishiwasfishing, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. wishiwasfishing

    wishiwasfishing Member

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    Does any one know of any body that does custom camo on boats and motors. I recently bought a new boat and need it painted a certain pattern and im not able to find any body.
     
  2. Arkansascatman777

    Arkansascatman777 New Member

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    You might get ahold of wareagle, it might cost a little but they do good work.
     

  3. charbob4jesus

    charbob4jesus New Member

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    give me a pic of the graphic.
     
  4. Arkansascatman777

    Arkansascatman777 New Member

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    Cancell that, they will camo your truck but will only camo your boat if it is a wareagle.
     
  5. Manny

    Manny New Member

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    Try Camo Clad I believe their out of southern Illinoise. They had all styles last i checked.
     
  6. Todd Strong

    Todd Strong Active Member

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    There is a guy in Sringfield that does tree bark and shadow grass, don't know a whole lot about his work, but maybe he has some pics of some of his work. His # 417-531-0276
     
  7. Dsage

    Dsage Active Member

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    What pattern are you looking to get?
     
  8. Hurricane

    Hurricane New Member

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    Uh Oh......better get Maaco!:smile2:
     
  9. wishiwasfishing

    wishiwasfishing Member

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    Thanks alot for the info. I found a guy in illinois. I'm going for the real tree hard woods.
     
  10. Hurricane

    Hurricane New Member

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    When is that baby going to be done? What else do you have to do it after paint?