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About riverboat

  • Birthday 12/15/1935

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  • Location
    Riverside, Calif.
  • Interests
    Music- ship and armor modelling - photography

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    frankpiscatella@yahoo.com
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  1. Here's some thing I came across that might interest some looking for a real small lathe https://www.wdivorce66.com/products/hot-sale-mini-diy-lathe?fbclid=IwAR16a0CVIN
  2. Hi Hoppy....... your build is looking good...... the bow came out with a real nice run..... unfortunately the stern need some work Mike was correct about the bevel on the last bulkhead you didn't have enough. with out redoing the whole planking again you might try cutting back those planks that are cracked on the last bulkhead and try putting in a balsa filler block at the stern and just re-plank those small pieces. you have to get a nice run there. I built this same ship a few years ago. You can ck it out by clicking on mhy finished builds thats on my signature. Good Luck and have fun!!~ Frank
  3. My hat goes off to you Lawrence for taking on such an ambitious project... I've enjoyed looking at your progress so far...great!! work I'll be dropping by now and then to look at your progress..... Have fun with your new mill...... Frankl
  4. Nice Don... real nice!!..... Those MarisStella kits look top quality, but it all boils down to whose building them... and You are one of the best!!.. Excellent work Don...... Frank
  5. Man that looks NICE!!..... are you going to out do your self and detail the engine compartment??
  6. awesome!! Dirk....pretty tricky lighting!! The Old Man
  7. Hi Danny...first off ....so glad to hear everything went well for you and happy to see you back here at MSW.... nice build ,looks like an excellent kit... I'm sure your grandson will love it.. again welcome back... Frank
  8. Hi Sjors..... Im still hanging in here, just lost enthusiasm for building right now, hopefully I'll get back into the groove shortly. So you are the lone Capt. now..... that's good.... your work is looking real good. I'llm try to sneak in once ion awhile to see how your progress is coming along. Give my best to Anja OK? Talk to you later. Frank
  9. Nice seeing the dynamic duo back again!!! look'n real good.... Frank
  10. Beautiful!! work Doris , just beautiful....... your sculpting talents are to be envied, your work is an inspiration to all .... thanks for sharing.. frank

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