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Tim Murphy

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About Tim Murphy

  • Birthday 03/06/1950

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    dd743@icloud.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Beverly, Ma.
  • Interests
    Member Constitiution Guild (USSCMG) & Merrirmack Valley Ship Model Club (MVSMC), also the NRG
    Any type of Ship Model. Like Destroyers best of all.

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  1. Tim I hope you can enlighten me on the following. If not who can? I have it in my mind to sign up for the NE event in October however I have been informed that I must have a surgical procedure that may put me in recovery just before the  October event. The problem is a backlog of non emergency procedures at our hospitals. If I collide with the event timing what is the policy on refunds please?

    Joe 

  2. I think that a horder taking that much New Rope from the masses of good Syren modelers should be KEEL HAULED from a good an serviced Warship moored at the Philadelphia naval basin. Bow to Stern
  3. I am very pleased that you and your model will be there. If we have models like yours on display we will have a great show. Tim
  4. Please, who cares whether this is the correct rig or not! This is a damm fine model that I could never do. I admire Druxey’s skill that is the top of the hobby. Lets not over analyze this model to death. It is a great piece of building! Tim
  5. Gary, the Northeast Ship Model Conference will be held this October 2nd, Saturday 2021 at the Port 'N' Starboard Banquet center, New London,CT. It would be a real treat to see your Stonington Trawler at this show. It is one of the finest models that i have ever seen and should be showed. It you are interested please note the web site address (www.usscmsg.org/nsmc). I hope to see you there. Tim Murphy
  6. Chuck, this is great news because your rope is the best out there. I have not seen anything better! Hope we will see new stock at the Northeast Conference. Tim
  7. It looks very good and modelers will use it for other sail models of this period. It does not look rough! It’s quite presentable. One question, why is it on the main deck? Should it not be on the lower berthing deck?
  8. Sorry, To say the only piece of equipment that I have is Byrnes saw. No drill press or milling machine. The saw was expensive enough.
  9. I was always a fan of Horatio Hornblower mini series. I hope this will be as good I am in!
  10. Your build shows your skill and how good a kit Chris at Vanguard has made! Bravo Zulu! Tim
  11. Toni, thank you very much for a very interesting project. Tim
  12. The worst blades are E-xato blades. Your lucky if they hold a edge for two cuts. Excel blades are better. I will look and try SM. Thanks for the info! Tim
  13. I cannot believe the detail that you have done on this ship. It is without question one of the best that I have seen done. You are a great teacher.
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