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  • Birthday 08/31/1958

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  1. well she has arrived, but for now a few phots and put back into the box for a while a few of thew 1600 cast fittings
  2. a few seconds ago Good evening everyone, im still here trying to get a few hours work on the build if and when i can, lots of new lines have gone in since my last post but still need to be put under a bit of tension and tied off
  3. depending on the final colour, if white or grey, just use the appropriate primer and leave at that
  4. Just caught up with your build and like the way the material hatch cover has turned out,
  5. for rigging depending on what you intend to achieve, you could get away with 0.25. 0.5, and 1.0 mm threads
  6. your Paypal account should be easy enough to sort out with a password reset, providing you know the email account associated with it, but nice to see you are getting back on with the build, i have just had a nice long four day weekend off with all plans to continue the rigging, absolutely nothing got done as visitors arrived (yep for 4 days}
  7. Did you pay through Paypal, thats another protection method to avoid loosing through these scams
  8. does anyone know how i go about getting some internal plans for this build, i would like to fully open up one side to show internal compartments,
  9. Heavily into the rigging, still hope to complete by next year (been 7 so far)
  10. So have we come to the end of the journey? or have i missed so much whilst i have been away
  11. sorry about the admiral. please give all our love, from me and Dobbie

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