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paulsutcliffe

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About paulsutcliffe

  • Birthday 03/14/1958

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    Cookham, Berkshire,UK

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  1. And whats with the three buttons at the top of each forum, cant we make them level, whys the green one lower??😁😁
  2. Thanks Keith, four years since the restart, First frames were cut 17 years ago now, yes the tweezers were recommended by someone in this site if I remember correctly and I think the seller did very well out of all of us that fell for it ha!!! I have had the last two days in the garage with the warmer weather, unfortunately work gets in the way at other times, but yes much more bearable than the last couple of months, I have even started doing some sanding on the cheerful Hull to try and get it back into some sort of shape Regards Paul
  3. Sorry indulge me, a couple more but with all the clutter removed, four year anniversary so I had to redo, and added the deck nail from the real ship in Mauritius Regards Paul
  4. Remembered I had to fit the elm tree pumps before I couldn't get access anymore, I remade the piece to hold the forked stanchion and added a piece of hardened sterling silver for the end of the shaft, rest made out of brass And after painting Regards Paul
  5. The picture I showed the other day wasn't very good with all the clutter on the deck, as it was supposed to be a four year anniversary picture I decided to show a better effort Cleared away and all shipshape, with the original deck nail from the real ship
  6. beautiful work doris, and you will be pleased to know the site your link accesses for the pirated photos doesn't work anymore and says shutdown for maintenance currently regards paul
  7. Mind you I would even consider building a French ship if it looked like that! @chris watton
  8. Mighty Mo did a great job against the aliens in battleship, so I'm sure the Bismarck would have been easy 😁😁
  9. Thankyou Downer, Keith and Mark for the comments, Keith you are not wrong and feel extremely lucky after seeing some of the other stroke victims in the ward during my stay there Mark get that licorne finished, don't let it beat you Regards Paul

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