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mort stoll

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About mort stoll

  • Birthday 11/11/1944

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    S. Nyack, NY
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    My 4 grandchildren,The Brooklyn Dodgers,Jogging
    Bach,Beethoven,Wagner,Verdi,Puccini
    Good Wine-French,Italian,Calfornia,Oregon
    Sailing ships-1750-1815+The Tea Clippers

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  1. hi kevin, quick question. i noticed on p 42 on the upper deck A7 #33 of mckay he mentions a steam trunk. any idea what it is? thanks and keep up the great work. mort
  2. hi kevin, the rudder looks great. pardon my ignorance but what is holding the outer part of the rudder chain? is it another eyebolt? thanks, mort
  3. hi paul, the hull steps I think look fine. the entry port is nicely done. where did you get the sheve. keep up the great work, mort
  4. hi, i am still researching and organizing as far as the victory is concerned. i intend starting her in 3 weeks or so. thanks, mort
  5. hi peter, could you post a picture of the spectacle plate? thanks, mort ps I love your build and hope to build a 74 one day
  6. my pleasure. i hope to use your build as a guide when i build her in a few years. mort
  7. perfect, great thank you. did not do a build log for the diana. if you send me your email in a pm I will be happy to send you some. thanks very much, mort
  8. hi paul, i have a question if you can recall. on 3/23/16 post #2 are parts # 105 and 106 the stern inner and outer extensions even with the ends of the gunport patterns #270 etc? they appear to be and I would think they would be. thanks, mort
  9. hi paul, just discovered your build log - very impressed - and having just completed the diana am about to start on the caldercraft victory. question about the stern fascia. you built the entire piece on your work table and then glued it onto the stern? thanks, mort
  10. hi, when I built my snake - about 4 1/2 years ago i moistened the middle of the deck and gently and carefully with the aid of my plank bender was able to fold the false deck and slip into place. others have cut the deck in half and glued in both halves. hope this helps, mort

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