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MWerth

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About MWerth

  • Birthday 06/15/1957

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  • Location
    Mentor, Ohio
  • Interests
    Generally - Motorsports, Modeling, the wonders of Nature, and People.

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  1. MWerth

    Greetings from Lake Erie

    Welcome! - from just down the beach! Michael
  2. MWerth

    Carrianne model 11 Stb Bow

    She looks 1:1. Beautiful!!
  3. Hi Bindy, A wonderful result on your first build, she looks great!! Much better than mine, you have to look at my first for about 15 seconds before realizing it's a ship! Carry on with the skill, experience, and enthusiasm you've developed on "Il Leudo" and we'll see a real "Surprise!" All the best, Michael
  4. Administrators and Moderators; All too often [you] operate behind the scenes, and perform crucial, necessary operations that many of us take for granted. The time has come for a collective THANK YOU! to Chuck and the 'team' for broadening our horizons, and expanding our world yet again!!! Thanks Everyone! Michael
  5. MWerth

    An introduction

    Pete, Welcome aboard from another MSW "newbie"! Knowledge abounds here, jump in and enjoy the "swim"!. As for my 2 cents, if you treat each item or assembly of your ship as it's own separate kit, the whole experience of the build will be much less overwhelming. Take a breath, sit back, and ENJOY! Michael
  6. Hi Bindy, Depending on the diameter of each piece, you may want to consider using a "pin". Center drill both the mast top and "bulb", then join them with a short length of dowel or even a piece of a common straight pin. Just a thought but, if you choose this method, PLEASE be cautious! Michael

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