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clipper fan

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About clipper fan

  • Birthday 12/30/1942

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    Burke Va, Just outside washington DC
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    Long time model Railroader. I have always had a interest in tall ships. I have walked the decks of Cutty Sark, the Glen Lee (Glasco), I build the Cutty Sark 1-96 plastic kit in 1962-67 I found the hull and realized I wanted to build her in wood, so I am.
    I am retired, divorced, and quite happy.

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  1. Thanks to all !!! I live in Virginia, USA, just outside of Washington DC. Making the deadeyes myself has crossed my mind, 30 years as a machinist has given me the skill set. So, I will most likely make the smaller ones myself. The more research I do, the more mistakes I find, most notable the way the sails are bent onto the yards! (Not using the jack stay) I will keep you all updated as I progress. I am really looking forward to the rigging! Mac
  2. Hello, first post. I am a model railroader gone over to sail! I am building the Latina 1-84 Cutty Sark and find that the rigging components in the kit are way oversized. I there a source for small deadeyes about 1.5 MM? I built a plastic 1-96 Revel Cutty Sark in the early 60's and still have the hull! Any Ideas where I can find scale deadeyes? Thanks a lot Clipper Fan

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