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John White

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About John White

  • Birthday 03/10/1953

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    starduster1978@gmail.com

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    Male
  • Location
    516 east 6th st erie pa 16507
  • Interests
    Mainly tallships of 1700s to sidewheelers and sternwheelers of 1860s

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  1. This shows the planking color before painting
  2. Javlin what is yellow interesting? What do you think about this one.?
  3. Plank on solid carved hull using cherry,walnut strips decks teak planked original plans from smithsonian ship plans.
  4. Plank on solid hull using original plans using natural cherry, walnut strips on hull decks teak strips and masts &yards hand carved oak rounds.
  5. 1868 sidewheeler built from kit plans R . E. Lee Decks wood planked with teak strips ,some bulk heads scratch masts oak wood carved the rest is kit
  6. Scratch built late 1800s solid wood hull hand carved planked in cherry strips , decks planked in teak strips, masts oak hand carved .

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