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    Hoover, Alabama, USA
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    Ships, all types both plastic and wood.

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  1. An update - have been away for a few weeks, but have made some progress and installed the first three strakes and done a little sanding. Although you can’t really see it, I followed Chucks instructions about lining off the hull and it’s helped.
  2. Thanks, Chuck, I really appreciate it! I’m using the complex one but built both for practice and am following your instructions closely. I must say that both the model and your instructions are a breath of fresh air, especially after the Hornet with sub-millimeter photo etch that you cant see after it’s installed. Don
  3. Have just started this project after clearing my bench of the 1:200 Merit Hornet - that beast took years and I’m very much looking forward to a change!
  4. Just received my first order from Syren and am stunned by the quality of these products. I ordered a selection of ropes and blocks in several different sizes/configurations with no particular project in mind, although several are on the bench. The service was great, and the website is very user friendly - highly recommended.
  5. When not modeling................

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