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Mikael Liljedahl
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Vessel Info: Wellcraft 29 Prima, 1990
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Nice to be aboard

Postby Mikael Liljedahl » Fri Jan 14, 2022 10:40 am

Hi,
I'm a new member from Sweden who has a Wellcraft 29 Prima from 1990. It has been with the family for 20 years now and it's time to change the upholstery hulliner on the roof.
I found hulliner on DTL Corporation.com.

Now I wonder if any member here knows if it is silver or cream hulliner that was used as an original this year. I have contacted Wellcraft but they are new owners since 2008 so they did not know what color it was.

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Mikael Liljedahl

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CptBill
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Vessel Info: Jester Toy
2002 270 Coastal, Twin Yamaha 4 stroke 250
330Larson Cabrio twin 5.7l EFI V.P
Location: Hudson Fl
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Re: Nice to be aboard

Postby CptBill » Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:26 pm

Welcome Aboard, actually there on the 2nd different owner and the only thing that was saved from the original owners was the name. Anything from 2008 and older is very hard to find original part #'s for. I would suggest going to an upholstery or ordering bulk headliner material on line (something close to original color, or not) and gluing it in
Never Ever Ever do anything that test your wife's memory :captain:

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