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  1. thanks everybody, I hope to share some content soon. 99% finished with cutty sark, now starting 1851 Yacht America by scientific.
  2. looks good, and thanks fr the log. I just started the same kit this weekend!
  3. Hello, I've been lurking and reading some excellent recommendations on this site. All feedback has been appreciated and has helped in my first ship build. I have done my fair share of plastic models as a younger person, and more recently HO and N modeling in railroad. I recently picked up a vintage scientific Cutty Sark model at the local thrift store. So this is my first attempt at a wooden ship model. I am probably 90% complete after two weeks of work and am very satisfied with my piece. I have just completed the standing rigging, and just now attaching sails and running rigging. Anyways, just wanted to say hello, and I look forward to learning as much as I can about this wonderful hobby.

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