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  • Birthday 10/02/1944

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  1. Very nice review James. Thanks
  2. markjay

    Hello All

  3. markjay

    Return to the Shipyard

    Looks great...needs some sawdust and it would be complete. Welcome back.
  4. markjay

    Hello from Tasmania

    Welcome to MSW... I suggest you read this MSW post if you haven't done so. New to ship modelling? But what do you build first? By MSW, July 19
  5. markjay

    Another Newbie

  6. John, it does look like the same kit...at least based on CZ's pictures and the box art. Not only would he get the plans but any parts he will need for the restoration. Could be a great life saver down the line.
  7. good beginers guide you may want to pick up a copy of this, good beginers guide. I've had mine for over 20 years.
  8. markjay

    The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Thank you Toni.
  9. Hi there, This may help, Model expo does sell a model of the CW Morgan probably a different scale. Being this is all new to you consider this approach. On their web site they post the instructions for the model.The instructions will give you an idea of what goes where and in what order. So you will have some understanding of your undertaking, the link is http://modelexpo-online.com/model-shipways-charles-morgan-whale-bark-1-64-scl
  10. markjay

    Newbie on a Mission

    Welcome to MSW
  11. markjay

    Another new guy

  12. OK...if any of you get this way send me a PM and we can set something up...I'll meet you with some nice cold water or beer.
  13. Beautiful craftsmanship, top of the line!

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