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Ian B

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    Nr Cheddar , Somerset UK
  • Interests
    Flying and Gliding, leading National Trust guided walks ,ham and old radios, restoring classic cars and VW camper vans and I just love history in what ever form it takes :)

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  1. Thanks for the quick replies Chris, I am just thinking about what details I could add throughout the build. I am open to suggestions
  2. Thanks Chris What about the upper deck? loving your kit by the way. I have 2 months of work (no choice) so steaming ahead with this . One other question does she have any scuppers or such like to release the water from the decks?
  3. Hi I am just about to plank the decks but unsure as to what pattern they should be layed. Can anyone help? Thanks
  4. My wife said at the weekend we should stock up just in case we have a long period at home-- Boy did she stock up!!!!!!! I have more paint and wood and the largest list of DIY tasks ever ,,,,I assumed she meant food. 🤡
  5. yes, once you start on the mast and rigging your over the hump.....
  6. Just a very simple-- 'thank you' for all the time and effort you spent sharing your experiences on here, a great legacy to inspire us all..
  7. RAF SAR rules OK far better in yellow 🤡 flew with 22 sqn couple of times a long time ago LOl..
  8. Thanks for the quick response Allen. I will be using the Victory model kit but I hope to 'enhance it' some what. I just like adding that extra bit of detail that make so much difference and increases the satisfaction of the build.-- if that makes sense I have been reviewing the build logs on here for the kit and have some ideas already..
  9. Hi I have almost saved enough pennies to buy my next build. Is there a recommended reference book I should buy I don't seem to be able to find a AOS for this ship?
  10. What! No tea and chocolate biscuits? Or at least a dried ring where the mug was LOL Nice selection ….
  11. 'Comparing to longboat in 1/48th scale Bounty is huge.' Don't believe what they say 'size does matter' 🤣

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