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mort stoll

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  1. all the best my friend, all the best
  2. welcome home you were missed. mort
  3. well done sailor, very well done. mort
  4. check siren ship models site. they sell monograms. used them on my Diana. worked out very well. mort
  5. hi have you tried cornwall model boats? they sell becc flags. keep up the great work, mort
  6. happy birthday many many many more

     

    mort

    1. Dan Vadas

      Dan Vadas

      Thank you Mort ).

       

      :cheers:  Danny

  7. i bought a copy on amazon a few months ago. it's great book, and was very reasonable. looking forward to more posts. mort
  8. no I can't thank you enough for sharing your build. I hope to build this kit one day this is an amazing practicum. keep up the great work, mort
  9. hi janet i used acrylic when i built my snake. i used liquitex soft body acrylic. worked just fine. mort
  10. well done sailor. very very well done. mort
  11. hi david forgot to mention i put painters tape around the gun ports before filing mort
  12. hi david, i used a 1mm drill bit. made lots of holes and then used mini files to finish the job. took time but in the end i felt it was worth it. your deck is great. thank you for sharing the deck jigs. all the best mort
  13. well done sailor, very well done mort
  14. Hi Graham, Hope you had a great holiday. Were you referring to any specific razor saw? I would like to purchase one for my own Victory build. Keep up the great work, Mort
  15. Hi Sjors where did you get the hammock netting. i missed it. it loofs great as does the Aggie. happy holidays, mort
  16. from what I remember - it was over 2 years ago - I mostly followed the plans with Peterson at my side the entire way. I probably made the lifts per the illustration but I don't recall, the model is at my sister in laws house. mort
  17. hi robert pardon my ignorance but what made you decide to copper the belfry roof. I think it looks great as does your build. thanks mort
  18. hi mark, I restored this ship for an investment bank about 6 years or so ago. she is a big beautiful ship. if you are interested you can see before and after pix on the rc groups website. mort
  19. 6 sheets. keep up the great work
  20. 6 sheets my friend. 6 sheets
  21. I used Lever and Pierson along with the plans. Mort
  22. I did the same thing. I rig from front to back but fellow club members prefer back to front. Its a matter of taste. Keep up the great work, Mort

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