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  • Birthday 09/21/1954

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  1. Daniel (Dafi in this forum) on his Victory build does surgery and transplantation on his very real pose figures. Just click on the pic. Page 39 of his build log shows the full effect. It will wow you. Dave
  2. I am pretty sure Chuck waxes those lines as they are made. Nice build so far Ozark. Dave
  3. What a beautiful build. I have been to this museum and like you was fascinated with this boat. I took a few pics as well - yours look great. As I recall the lighting was quite suppressed in this part of the museum. The dead eyes in the museum caught my attention - the lanyard holes were not centered as I expected but were offset further into the dead eye. One of your pics shows that as well. Dave
  4. As always: incredible detail Daniel. It looks like it is ready for the BBQ crew. Dave
  5. Geoff I do not have my sea legs on the shrouds yet. Are they paired starboard to port or port to port and starboard to starboard?
  6. Thank you - I have not made much progress after losing my shipyard to the car in our garage. The open deck came as an after thought to the lights - seemed a shame to close it in and several members on this forum made suggestions about it - open beams won the day. As far as the plans go and where they are from I will have to research again. I printed them quite some time ago and now the reference eludes me.
  7. I like the protective helm box. Nice idea. I also love the beam layout. I have been struggling with figuring out if diagonal knees are even possible on my build. Yours look great. Dave

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