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Because its not on the Model Expo site yet....After many requests here it is by chapter


 


Introduction 


 


Chapter 1 


 


Chapter 2 


 


Chapter 3 


 


Chapter 4 


 


Chapter 5 


 


Chapter 6


 


Chapter 7 


 


Chapter 8


 


Chapter 9


 


Chapter 10


 


Chapter 11


 


Chapter 12


 


Chapter 13


 


Chapter 14 


 


Chapter 15


 


Chapter 16


 


Chapter 17


 


Chapter 18


 


Chapter 19


 


:)  :) THE END :)  :) 


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Chuck

Looked at the cover pic then the intro and the 1st chapter and it LOOKS GREAT!!! Ra Ra Ra Nice job Sir. Can't wait to get home and look at the rest.

NICE!!

 

Later 42rocker

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Thanks for that Chuck.  Looks to me like this could almost be a "generic" practicum for a similar type build.

Extremely useful and very well done.

Tom

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Thanks for posting this, Chuck.  The Practicum looks every bit as comprehensive as what you provided for the Syren.  Love the longboats.

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Chuck, this may not be the right place to ask, but you used to have available for download excellent practicums for the Syren, Phantom, Sultana and Mayflower. I've had a quick look and don't see them any more on the site. I don't need them personally as I downloaded them from MSW 1.0, but someone else was asking about practicums, so I thought I'd mention it in case you were thinking of uploading to the site again for general availability.

 

Sorry if you've already done this and I don't know where to look!

 

Tony

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Its all on the list.....Just have to find time to get it all done.   But I will do so very soon.  They are all up on teh Model Expo website but in B& W.   So at least they have them available.    But I will soon put them on MSW as well.

 

Chuck

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Thanks, Chuck. I didn't know they were on ME, so I can point people to that if necessary. No rush -- just finding out! I quite understand your heavy workload.

 

Tony

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Hi Chuck,

This post is of great help to me. I received what must have been one of the first kits. I was reading ahead and noticed that in the chapter on constructing the rudder some of the piece measurements are list as ?x1/4, ?x1/8 for example. So now I can access this copy and fill in the missing dimensions. Very helpful!

Jaxboat

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You are very welcome.  Please do let me know if something needs some clarification.  I am here if you need me.  Just shoot me a PM with pictures if possible too.

 

Chuck

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