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stuglo

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About stuglo

  • Birthday 04/08/1949

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    learn and build model boats and their history

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  • Location
    Israel
  • Interests
    medicine, history travel

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  1. superb, and it floats. what a craftsman
  2. I made this kit last year. Excellent, different, the plans need a lot of brain work and cross-referral. parts like oars are repetitive but result is worthwhile. Quality materials for the most part and well worth the money. This was my 16th build and I can recommend it for the more experienced modeler.
  3. Hi . I also live in Israel (Netanya) .Your model looks fantastic Contact me directly if possible as there are probable very few of us here. (Current build POF Hannah)
  4. Thank you all for various help and tips that I have gleaned from posts in the past. I aware of very few builders in this area, so reliance on international posts are essential. Current problem is that I am building the Hannah POF with the help of RobertHunt's practicum and the Hahn book. Information about the masts is lacking. Can anyone help?
  5. Just discovered your build log. Only glanced at it so far, but I'm currently building the Hannah POF with the help of Robert Hunt's practicum. I finished the Oneida which had more preformed work. This is my 17 th build- the rest various kits. I was unsure whether to go for the Cromwell or Alfred next. You may have persuaded me. ( I have 2 smaller kits waiting but like any addict, I am afraid of running out). One small suggestion. I make my treenails from putting a bamboo toothpick in my drill and the PUSH through the draw plate. If fragile, break them in half and several hundred can be priduced within a few hours.

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