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  1. I've been cheating on the Markgraf with The Sullivan's didn't want to start another build log mainly to practice my weathering . The boss - admiral bought it for me for Valentine's day .
  2. Sadly it's already half built or I would of bought one.
  3. Holy smokes I have the model The Sullivans by Trumpeter same scale but with no PE parts sure it won't hold a candle to yours .
  4. None of mt current models have keels but a few of those look interesting.
  5. Hey all searched around and couldn't find anything , looking to make a stand or something similar to aid in building my models , something I could use with different scales and for plastic or wooden models . Remember seeing one here that looked like a turntable or a lazy Susan can't seem to locate it now any ideas ? Thanks in advance Rich .
  6. Wow ! Beautiful work makes me wonder if those nets would of even worked to stop a torpedo .
  7. A friend of mine sent me this today .
  8. I used jet glue for most of the model so far but when I tried to glue the gun deck to top deck it held for a few day's then came loose . Cleaned all that off then tried Testors in the red tube same issue .
  9. Been having problems with the glue bonding I clean everything before make sure there is no paint and yet having problems a few day's later with parts separating .

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