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Roy Schellinger Boats (pictures)
Here are some pictures of Roys boats that were emailed to me by Ray D.

The first picture is for the speed freaks.

I have 7 more pictures that are too large for me to post and I do not know how to resize them. If someone would like I can email them the pictures to post up.


Why get a low profile boat and put a high profile blind on it?

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noweil Mike: Feb 24, 2010, 1:58 PM
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I like the look of the high box
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Lol gotta love em they just look right.
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I agree Bill.......the high box looks very nice
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A LOT OF MEMORIES IN A MAN'S STOOL........
Duck hunting without a dog is just shooting
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Thanks Mike. That looks like a great boat.
wis boz
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THE B-RAD


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If some one can give me a hand with resizing the other 7 pictures I can try to get them posted?


Why get a low profile boat and put a high profile blind on it?
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Google Picasa and down load it..free and fairly easy to crop, re-size, and alter pics, of course it is not Adobe Photoshop but for most basic stuff it works. I use it almost exclusively for work to size pic for placement into documents.....if you need instructions holler in a PM
matt.combes@greatbasinenvtl.com
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matt.combes@greatbasinenvtl.com
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 There are the seven...maybe a tad small
matt.combes@greatbasinenvtl.com

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Matt_n_Barb: Feb 25, 2010, 9:17 AM
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Those high sided boats look like Civil War cruisers to me. The Monitor and the Merrimac, perhaps?

The low sided boats look incredible.

"At first blush I am tempted to conclude that a satisfactory hobby must be in large degree useless, inefficient, laborious, or irrelevant."
Aldo Leopold
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very cool Matt but tell me about the truck under the tarp. looks interesting. looking back i realized you were posting for someone else but I love old trucks and that one looks pretty neat.

Oh God, thy sea is so great and my ship is so small.

Its all fun and games until the flying monkeys attack!

Never be afraid to try something new. Remember: Amateurs ... built the ark and Professionals ... built the Titanic.

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Mike Repp: Feb 25, 2010, 10:49 AM
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add gun ports to the high side and armor, then you might have an iron sides
matt.combes@greatbasinenvtl.com
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very cool Matt but tell me about the truck under the tarp. looks interesting. looking back i realized you were posting for someone else but I love old trucks and that one looks pretty neat.

Mike,

To learn more about the truck, look up Ray D that is who the pictures came from. He has posted on here before about Roy Schellinger Boats



Why get a low profile boat and put a high profile blind on it?
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Mike,,,,I can tell you about a 1978 Ford 4x4 3/4 ton with Dana 60 axles in my back yard....HAHA
matt.combes@greatbasinenvtl.com
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41 ford cab over eng., 77 dully chassy, late 90's rear and front end, late 90's vortec 454. If he can get all those boats out of his back yard it would be finished!
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Just love the curves and lines of old trucks and cars. some where works of art. Bet that truck will really pull!

Oh God, thy sea is so great and my ship is so small.

Its all fun and games until the flying monkeys attack!

Never be afraid to try something new. Remember: Amateurs ... built the ark and Professionals ... built the Titanic.
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Hey Glenn. What is the length of your boat? Thanks. Dave.
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Matt,

Thanks for posting the pictures for me.

Mike


Why get a low profile boat and put a high profile blind on it?
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My boat is a 12ft low boat
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one other picture I had saved


Why get a low profile boat and put a high profile blind on it?