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About Piet

  • Birthday 04/15/1934

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    Palm Coast, Florida, USA
  • Interests
    technical stuff, steam powered locos & ships, model railroading, wooden ships, ship & aircraft modeling, photography, painting & drawing, astronomy, nature stuff, Biblical research, ancient history, aircraft, flying.

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  1. Well now, that's a real great way to skin that cat. Nicely done JesseLee. Cheers,
  2. Boats look great Nenad and thanks for the wonderful pics of your beautiful country. Cheers,
  3. That hull looks fantastic John. My best wishes to you for a speedy and successful treatment. Cheers,
  4. VERY nice work Patrick, she's really coming along. Cheers,
  5. Nice work Craig. PE really makes the model, love it. Cheers,
  6. Mind if I join this motley crew Carl? I'll be very quiet and find a place in the cheap seat with my binocs. Nice looking funnel. Cheers,
  7. Great looking progress JesseLee. Specially liked your method making the bow netting, very instructive. Cheers,
  8. Fix looking pretty good Denis. re the rudder, yeah, better to leave it off till most of the hull work is done and on the stand. Cheers,
  9. Nice going Denis, I love to watch with all the others. Cheers,
  10. Hey Lou, very nice job on the hull planking, looks good from hot and sticky Palm Coast, Florida. No problems with skeeters, at least not with me 😏 They must have migrated to Craig's area. Cheers,
  11. Finally had some time to check in on your build OC. Magnificent work my friend. I's a joy watching your ship grow up to a real fighting lady! Cheers,
  12. Phew, finally had the chance to get caught up with all the builds I am following. Very nice work Craig. Love to watch your method of working the model. Cheers,

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