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  • Birthday 09/02/1965

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  1. The model is finished, here are the latest pictures of the construction site. Mauro
  2. Now my paranza is finished, I just need a sunny day to photograph it with natural light. Mauro
  3. Last night I made the kedge, the original idea was to simulate a concrete block or a stone, as often happens in real life, but I opted for the classic clamshell kedge (method of self-tested for years now). Here are the photos step by step, I used 4 regular paper clips are trimmed and joined with cyan. Mauro
  4. I hope the wind is favorable !!! Mauro
  5. Little,little , little progress ....... Mauro
  6. I prepared and positioned the tree complete with cleats and band leather overcoat and I placed a couple of lugs brass. Mauro
  7. Thanks Bob, always friendly !!! Mauro
  8. Thanks Patrick, I hope to continue in the right direction !!! Mauro
  9. My Paranza with hatches completed .... Mauro
  10. Thanks Bob , Your appreciation makes me proud !!!!!!!!! Mauro
  11. The deck of my Paranza .... Mauro
  12. Hi Patrick, to make the star I cheated, I did it with paper and decoupage a mold of my wife !!! Mauro

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