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dragzz

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  • Birthday 08/20/1965

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    kamloops b.c canada
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    just sitting down doing models is what i like to do the most

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  1. TOk here some work done to the blue nose I got it in black paint lots of coats of clear well it came out looking beautiful
  2. thank you tector and welcome to my build log top rail is not so fun i will leave till after i get it planked then i will work on the top rail
  3. i will reinforce the joints betaqdave thank you
  4. Well I am now starting to put the waterways in the place and get the rest of the framing done and hopefully I can start getting to the plank and Stage leave a comment if you'd like or see something wrong here are some pictures for you
  5. Well good news I figured out that top rail going to start cutting at out Kevin top rail on I'm hoping to start the planking here real soon I still have to fix the rabbit where meets the bearding line first time I've ever done it but I'll get that fixed up and continue on
  6. thanks vossie thay need to update the plans
  7. Thank you for that info I'll get right to that but I have one problem that I'm looking at I need to install the main rail my plans it does not show any pictures that I have to cut the main rail so I'm not sure if it's a straight piece or if it's curved in some sections I figured I could just cut it from the plans and put it on the peace wood cut it out but it does not show that so I'm kind of stuck right there
  8. Best piece of advice I can give you just take your time no need to rush you doing really good so far lots of great people on this form to give you help keep, up the good work
  9. Had a little mishap happened last night cat was jumping around caught the back of the boat and broke it right off so on this boat at the back when building it be very careful because it will break off very easily that's one part of the ship that really needs to be strengthened up first before you work on it at the back at all just letting other people know
  10. So far I've got the bulkheads glued in place it's a slow process what they're all aligned in nice and straight so far so good if you see anything wrong please let me know here are some pictures
  11. so far the build is going well iam working off the plans the instruction book is a bit off it seems to work off the plans is much better modelship ways needs to update the book with the plans and some of the parts do not fit right at all looks like to me i will need cut and made some of my own parts not likeing that part at all lol
  12. So last night I got the rabbit cut in bearding line almost done stole their little bit to do on the rabbit but it's coming along good and I got the Keel straightened out on the bottom so far it's coming along
  13. hi mark thay seem fine at the top looks like i may just have to file it down a bit that wont bother the rabbit line will it thank you for your reply mark

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