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  • Birthday 09/12/1964

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  1. https://www.shipmodeling.ru/ chris
  2. Any movement on this kit James? Cheers Chris
  3. what is the model name of this vessel? I cant find it for sale anywhere? cheers chris
  4. Just got back into it really. will try to post some pics over the weekend. about 9 months ago I started a new job in emergency services, like your 911. so have been busy getting my head around that. but rest assured I haven't given up. Cheers Chris
  5. Your usual high standard David! Well done. Do you use a lathe to shape the tops of the masts? They look great! Cheers Chris
  6. Can anyone supply me with an address to contact them for a very specific replacement part? Cheers Chris
  7. Thanks for the update James! This is indeed fantastic news!
  8. Looks great David. Really like your informative updates on your logs. Copper plating looks super when done, but I can imagine its a royal pain in the **** to actually do! Cheers Chris
  9. cash isn't the problem. father time waits for no man!
  10. James, forgive me if I am interpreting this wrongly, but does it mean that until you build the Amati version of the 1:64 kit, and they (Amati), then develop the PE. masts etc. we will not see this released? This could take a considerable amount of time, depending on how fast you build of course. Would I be not far off the mark to suggest a couple of years at least? Cheers Chris
  11. That coppering sure looks tedious David, but the end result is well worth the time and effort I reckon. Great job as usual. Chris
  12. Hmmm??? Wife/Victory, wife/Victory, wife/Victory..... Do you have cable and a fridge in the garage?

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