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  1. JToma

    Model Shipways Constitution

    I think you could do it. I'd say my skills are average and I am building the Conny. Its on standby right now but take a look at my build log below.
  2. JToma

    Greetings to MSW from Maryland

    Welcome to MSW
  3. JToma

    HMS Surprise kits

    Deagostini (model space) has a Surprise kit but I can't speak of the quality since I don't have the kit myself.
  4. I can only hope mine will look that good.
  5. Welcome to MSW Mark. You're not too far from my place of birth, Ellwood City, PA.
  6. Just a quick update. I finished fairing the hull and I'm currently working on tick strips to mark the lines for planking, I had one oops while fairing which was I took a little too much off at the lower part of the transom. Not paying attention 😒. I'll probably need to use a little filler after the planking is done. I'm currently making some tick strips to mark off the hull. This is my tick strip maker.
  7. JToma

    Hello from the Heathrow area

    Welcome to MSW
  8. JToma

    Hi again

    Welcome back!
  9. JToma

    New the forum

    Welcome to MSW

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