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  1. I little straightened the bust and folded the knees of the figurehead, and sketched the bulkhead of the Great Cabin (not yet glued)
  2. Here : John Garcia <jgarcia@modelexpo-online.com> (Address given by Dubz in message March 30)
  3. Larboard second decorative line and port-hinges of the two closed raft-ports
  4. I received yesterday new figurehead, and wooden painted it, and made also with the two break pumps (1st coat)
  5. Hi, dear followers ! I started the brake pumps today : replace manually a round section into an octogonal one was an interesting job ! Pics will follow when finished Thanks all for your comments Cheers, Christian
  6. Hi, dear followers ! I did'nt found any laser cut bolster part Have to do it myself ? Cheers, Christian (Next Monday, 75 years old... Nothing else to do, but to die... 😋)

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