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  1. That looks very nice, Like the thickness and the colour of the frame.
  2. Very nicely done. What scale is it? Would you have a pic showing the whole thing? Cheers Jerry
  3. A music video and costume/props I've made!

    Matti, Very nicely done. I enjoyed it. Cheers, Jerry
  4. I really like the picture of the Bluenose, especially the sails they look old and worn. Jerry
  5. Michael, I would like to share my newest purchase with you. 1963, but still runs like a charm. Thanks for the help. Cheers. Jerry Just wondering, what type of mill do you have? LOL
  6. Michael, Your workshop is filling up.... Love it, Very Nice! Jerry
  7. Moxis, I wonder if they would deliver it to Canada,,, hmmm Thanks for the site.
  8. Michael, Thanks. I'll keep an eye out for one on kijiji. I have been looking for Southbend 9A for some time but this one might be a better lathe if I can find one. Cheers Jerry
  9. Michael, love your new space! If you don't mind me asking what type of Lathe is that you have? Jerry

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