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James H

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About James H

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  • Birthday 02/26/1970

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    Horwich, Lancashire, UK
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    Foreign cuisine, Japan, travel in general, modelling in timber and plastics, photography.

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  1. I can't wait to see this progress, Tom. How accurate to the real thing will frame construction be, and will it have a full interior?
  2. You dared to use free speech on the 'free speech forum' and they don't like that. Free speech when it suits them. They hate anyone who points out that they advocate, encourage and promote piracy.
  3. If you ever get a Sucuri firewall problem, let me know and I'll specifically whitelist your IP. To find your IP, go to www.whatsmyip.com
  4. Can't wait for the photos. Those internals you added sound interesting.
  5. Still a handy enough size too, at 2ft long. Looking forward to seeing you build this.
  6. I'm absolutely stunned by this work. I really wish I could do this sort of thing. At least I can dream.
  7. Maybe you can post your review in the non-ship review area? That looks great!

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