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  1. Thank you, if anything I wish I would've gone out of the box a little more but I still wanted it to look reminiscent of a Malibu with some modern touches.
  2. Thanks! Lol about the garage. Ive got too much stuff and not enough places to put all of it.
  3. I've put 75 hours on the boat with multiple long afternoons with 10+ people at a time walking in and out of the boat, tracking water in, etc and everything still looks as if it was new. I personally love the feel of it now but it defiantly took some time getting used to coming from traditional carpet. I haven't had to clean it once and it still looks new. Defiantly beats normal carpet by a long shot.
  4. I purchased my current boat in 2009, knowing that it needed the interior to be redone. In February of 2016, we found this shop, Four Seasons Custom Sewing located in Howell MI at the Detroit Boat show, that seemed like they would be the perfect shop to do the job. The carpet and seats were this yellow/brown color and so it was decided that during the winter of 2016-17, the boat was going to get totally rebuilt. We decided to change very minimal things based of the original design of the interior. I didn't like a few aspect of how the interior was originally designed. A few of t
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