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  1. Thank you very much Doris. for Your attention to my work, it so pleasant to hear such kind words form The Professional of Your level. My best regards.
  2. Had a bit of practice in carving. Installed Beretand. Fitted Kluisbord.
  3. Dear Wefalck and druxey. In the majority of cases it is risky, but in this particular case I was sure that it could be done. My best regards.
  4. Dear Dave . Thank you very much for Your concern. But i have several ideas regarding this point, I think I won't use white stripes.
  5. “Moldings” were refined already after being on place.
  6. Strykklamp. Refining after installing bilge boards. And “moldings” on rubbing strips.
  7. Assembled and installed certain pieces. Slemdhout.
  8. Thank you very much Valeriy. I solder with an ordinary solder, i bouught it in radio-store. I wanted to use only steel, for more authenticity, and as you have probably noticed already all big element were made from nails of different caliber and iron plates. But i think i won't be able to do without latten in the future. I would like to express my admiration of Your soldering skills, I'm a freshman compared to You. Respectfully yours.
  9. I soldered using the general solder and soldering acid. .
  10. My greetings, dear Carl, Unfortunately not speaking the language can lead sometimes to certain inaccuracy, I'm very grateful for your corrections. In naming the elements I turn to this draft.
  11. Dear Colleagues, thank you very much for your kind words. My best regards.

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