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  • Birthday 08/31/1958

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  1. Does anyone else do anything like this? Lol the wife has said i can have it, but only if i can scccesfully build the cutty sark in 1/48
  2. lovely to see the final reveal, hopefully will see some of your new projects in the future
  3. LOL - how dare you simulate wood, - by using real wood, what is the hobby coming to
  4. I dont take any precautions, its not as if im up to my neck in it day and night, but then again i spent most of my life in nuclear subs so if cancer comes banging on the door, i doubt i will be blaming boat building
  5. Lol i have just left a comment on the flory site wrt your sherbourne build, love your aircraft, and very nice photo's
  6. been following your log, as my first trip into the dark side will be the Cutty Sark
  7. Lovely work, lol i hope the comfort of the matresses is up to standard,
  8. i have enjoyed the 4 or 5 episodes i have seen clever graphics
  9. Good afternoon Ferit as mentioned they are stunsail booms, these are mine fitted to the Victory
  10. Just caught with your build, its amazing how many logs i follow depending on what subject i am doing at the time, im looking forward to going to the dark side soon

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