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JohnReid

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About JohnReid

  • Birthday 11/15/1940

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  • Location
    Montreal,Canada.
  • Interests
    Dioramas,woodcarving,music,photography.

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  1. The old Sergal kits are really problematic worse if it is missing parts.I would stay away from it.Cheers! John.
  2. I love your interest in all the victory feeds john, I guess you had some interest in her.

     

    Regards  OC.

  3. I would like to do the bow, waist and stern sections in 1/64 as a diorama.I am just in the planning stages now and builds like this are very helpful in my research. Cheers! John.
  4. This is not an easy build.When I started my Sergal kit back in 1973 when I opened the box I knew that this was going to be challenge.No decent plans or instructions and what there was in Italish.With the help of Longridge, I made it through to the end with lots of blood, sweat, and tears.It was a real challenge as there was no internet then and not a lot of pics.Looking back though it was a great introduction to research and planning.I don't think that many Victorys got finished in those days.Cheers! John.
  5. Hi !William.I find that on any long build I start off with great enthusiasm then have a dry spell around 2/3rds in then when I see the finish line the enthusiasm slowly returns.Hang in there.Cheers! John.

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