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Rustyj

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About Rustyj

  • Birthday 01/10/1955

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  1. Hi Bob, Glad to see you back at it. Nice work. She's more fun than a lot of kits too!
  2. Thanks for the update and milling tips. She's looking great and thankfully the busy summer and complete lack of shoptime quenches my desire to start on her!
  3. Hi B.E. Great workmanship and presentation. It was a pleasure following along too. Well done!
  4. That is just one of the greatest ideas I’ve ever seen! Very nice!
  5. Very nicely done Chuck. Your step by step explanation as well as accompanying pictures will make it much easier to do. Thanks.
  6. Looking really good Ken.I'll have to stop down and see it in person again!
  7. While waiting for my new line I made 4 three block assemblies. They consist of two 3/32 single blocks and one 1/8" single block. These are for rigging the lower yards sheets, tacks and clue lines. The new line has arrived and now the rigging can continue! Thanks also for all the likes.
  8. She's looking really good. Your usual excellent workmanship. I went with both guns at the bow as it looked better to me.

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