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  1. Thanks to Lou I now have the pieces I need!!! I cant say enough how impressed I am with the generosity and kindness of the people on this forum. Very much appreciated and I will be sure to pay it forward. Thanks again!...........Brian
  2. Hi Folks, Started this build (my first) in 2004 and unfortunately life got in the way until recently. I finally have some time to dedicate to this new addiction (working on the project with my 8 yr old son) but unfortunately I have discovered that there is an entire laser cut block that is missing leaving me with several missing pieces. I don't mind constructing the missing pieces from scratch (don't really have an alternative) but I have no idea of the dimensions, curvatures, etc. of these pieces. If anyone can assist in the form of pictures, drawings, dimensions or otherwise you assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am currently missing the following: #37 Hawse hole reinforcements #44 Stern transom exterior standard knees #78 Bees of bowspirit #97 Foremost shoulders #103 Mainmast shoulders #110 Fore trysail gaff cheeks #116 Boom Cheeks #118 Mainmast shoulders Thanks in advance..........Brian

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