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About mrshanks

  • Birthday 04/02/1958

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    Midland, NC
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    Model building of all types and motocross

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  1. If i were the ship's cat, I might go sit up on that tiller for a better view. Rudder work totally deserves a drink!!
  2. Coming along nicely Dave. The CLIO badge looks great. Your CNC cut deadeyes in swiss pear and laser cut windows in boxwood are on the way to you. Here is a couple pics to share with our other modeling friends.
  3. Excellent model David. I envy your completion as my connie is still on the shelf.
  4. Yet another one of Don's projects that I somehow missed. He is building them faster than I can read the build logs. Great work as usual. I will just sit here and wait for updates.
  5. Hi Dave. Your model looks great regardless of what you name her. 1. Clio sounds good. 2. Soon, yes and yes... my ShopBot CNC is on order.. we are going to see Epilog Laser demo next Wed... been doing my CAD tutorials every day!!
  6. Dave: Glad you are picking on him and not me... LOL.. My Picket Boat has been under construction in secret for quite some time... LOL
  7. Masterful Don! Can't wait to see your breasts!! PS: my shop is finished!!

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