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About NWSailor

  • Birthday June 18

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  1. Hello All, The start of my build log for Medway Longboat. Looking forward to the release of the kits.
  2. Hello Chuck, waiting patiently for the kit release. thanks
  3. Chuck, Can hardly wait till you release this group kit. Absolutely incredible execution.
  4. Hello hjx, You might want to edit your post, appears your card number is displayed at the bottom.
  5. Hello Dave, hope you don’t mind if I pull up a chair and follow along. Thanks Bill
  6. Thank you for sharing this link. Was an Interesting period of time for the large ships, seems as soon the keel was laid, a bigger ship was being committed to by another naval country. Kind of like the mega yacht wars for the past decade or so.one upping each other. Bill
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    Byrnes saw sled

    I also ordered one this afternoon, Jim is going to be busy. Bill
  8. Keith, What a wonderful gesture to do for his family, providing honor in Mr Stern's memory.
  9. Hello Kenny, hope you don't mind if I pull up a chair and follow along. Bill

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