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aviaamator

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About aviaamator

  • Birthday 07/13/1967

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    Russia, Petrozavodsk.
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    I'm interested in everything interesting!

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  1. My question to dear colleagues: the boat keel was upholstered with a steel strip or not?
  2. Jung is studying ways milling metals. I'm sure that will be useful in life!
  3. I really want to speed up the process of building a ship, but someone inside me says: "- Take your time! "
  4. Pawel! Nice work boys!!! But I see that the quality of your drawings is also "lame"...
  5. Today Jung became older , nine revolutions around the Sun made! God grant him all the best!
  6. Friends! Thank you very much for your opinions, it is very important for me!!! The boat will be painting, after all, and the author recommends it! But I'll make another boat that I won't paint! And there choose any variant you like.
  7. If I'm going to paint the boat - it should be done now. Then there will be difficulties.
  8. Does no one know the answer to my question?! Or no one reads the contents of the blog?
  9. Bodrio offers to paint the boat in black, I do not mind! What are your thoughts on this issue, dear colleagues?

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