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About gjdale

  • Birthday 11/28/1960

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  1. Looks like another interesting build to follow Danny.😊
  2. Great work Danny - another fine model build from a master modeller. It looks like you're really enjoying your sojourn into the world of card modelling.
  3. Congratulations on finishing a fine build J - you can be justifiably proud of your results.
  4. Looking forward to starting this group project as soon as Chuck is able to supply the kits.
  5. And you might also try this link Michael: https://jimorrisco.com/
  6. I’m definitely still in too, Chuck, and your pricing is more than reasonable.
  7. Jeff Hayes is the name you’re looking for Mark. A thorough gentleman who has always been willing to share his knowledge and experience. His document is probably the best advice going for using this saw optimally.
  8. Another outstanding model Dan. Congratulations and well done Sir!
  9. Now look what you made me go and do!!!! 😡😡😡 Thanks Jim, just ordered one to go with my large and still growing collection of HobbyZone stuff! 😊
  10. Tough call Hamilton. Making the decision to remove work already done is always the hard part - once the decision is made, the work seems to go a lot more easily and you wonder why you hesitated. Whichever way you go, I’m sure you’ll nail it (pardon the pun).
  11. Great job on the fine fitting of the Garboard plank there Daria, and of course reaching such a significant milestone. Your fantasy house looks fabulous too - I think Dad might be a bit jealous of that one!

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