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John Cheevers

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    Newport News, Virginia
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    wood, iron, and steel engine powered ships from 1880 to 1939

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  1. Truly impressive. A joy to watch your work.
  2. Your work is very impressive!
  3. You seem to be having a lot of fun, keep up the good work! John
  4. This is the type of craftsmanship that keeps me coming back....
  5. You've done a fine job. I really enjoy the photos of your model.
  6. That device on the helm was used in conjunction with model part #6 (from the plan) when the launch was used to carry out the anchor.
  7. Ryland, Not sure how small your square hole is but I'm guessing about 1/16" or so. If that's the case, you want to get a set of these...Google No. 0 square file 4"
  8. Ryland, Glad to see you're back in the shop. Nice work--keep it up!
  9. Bob, It's fun to watch your progress. Merry Christmas. John

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