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Jim Rogers

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About Jim Rogers

  • Birthday 09/03/1950

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    Bremerton, WA, USA
  • Interests
    Scuba Diving, Underwater Photography, Wood Working, Model building

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  1. Check Veneersupplies.com. Very reasonable. I cover both the veneer and the base with Titebond Wood Glue, let it dry and then iron it on. Works like a champ.
  2. I have never done a clinker myself but I think what I would do is just plank it like you normally would and then clinker over it.
  3. The outstanding Passaro instruction manual is available online on the Modelexpo site. It is not only a fine build manual it is also a teaching manual.
  4. I got a hold of John Garcia and got the extra guns for mine. Here is a photo of the diorama I made.
  5. The Grand Lady showed up today. Gonna be a big girl.
  6. Chuck when you open Chapter 1 it only shows 14 pages. Stops where Ron is now.
  7. I am trying to assemble everything I need AND waiting for Chapter 2 to be released before I start a log. I am also in the final stages of my Essex Build
  8. Jack my wife told me I had a change of mind and now I would like the Boxwood carvings instead of the Jujube.
  9. As stated on another thread maybe 4 on Friday. See the thread on purchasing CNC carvings the next bulkhead run info is contained within.

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