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  1. Boyd, thank you for your comment, I appreciate that. My mind was running the same track as what you said about using strips of Lime. I also am thinking of making a pattern and print on a some sheets of Balsa or Bass wood then cutting them out by hand. I also don't like using Acetate, what would be a better material ? Again thank you for your help. One other comment on the Billings for anyone starting the build. Bulkhead # 7 slot in bottom of this bulkhead was not cut deep enough (3 mm short) didn't find the problem until installing the main deck, nothing was lining up took some time to figure out, you can imagine the problem that caused, cutting out all the glue joints to get the bulkhead removed !!! Marty HMS Victory by Billings 1:75 Working on now for two months HMS Victory by Mantua 1:98 Working on for over a year, don't really like this kit ! HMS Endeavour by Artesania Latina 1:60 Still in the box !!
  2. Sorry to change subject. I building the Billings Victory. I'm starting on the windows on the aft, what are you all using for framing. I don't like the looks of using thread. Thanks Marty
  3. Kevin, thank you for your help on finding the Tuffrail from Cornwall. Got one on order . Appreciate your time to help me. Marty
  4. Does anyone know how to get in touch with CMB I want to get a cast Taffrail for my Billings HMS Victory. Thanks Marty
  5. Does any one know how to contact CMS to buy a cast Taffrail for the Billings HMS Victory. Thank Marty
  6. I can't find CMB on a google search to buy the Taffrail for my Billings HMS Victory can't anyone give me a lead ? Thanks Marty

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