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PT 105 by mog - Dumas - 1:30 scale

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WOW MOG your work and effort at detail are really shining!:D

 

Your mast may possibly be the crown jewel of your build so far. Congratulations!:champagne-2:

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While waiting for supplies,   worked on the wiring  plugs  for the Nav horn, port spotlight bracket. There very small, hard to shape, but I think they will add to the effect, when the cables are connected, also added the mounting brackets for the , cabin  vents and running lights. Test fitted the  reworked 20mm base 

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 Made some progress in in the odds & ends areas   Life ring with rope grab, added the mast light cable , the mast is aluminium & brass so it will take a few coats to cover,  or I might just leave the used look, reworked the  training gear cranks on the day room cabin, added the port search light cable,  placed items on the engine hatch cover & gave a coat of paint,   missing the engine hatch ( work in progress)  

 

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Thanks to Jeff D  at pt103.com for the advise on the hatch ladders, made a simple jig for soldering , shaped and framed the deck hatch opening

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Added the foot rails, had to soak & heat bend them into place, always run the risk of snapping or splintering long single pieces when shaping the curve. luckily I tooi it slow and easy turned out  the way it should 

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Torpedo tube training gear, rope locker hatch

 

Torpedo tube training gear  permits the tubes to be trained inboard so that no part of the tube structure extends over the rail. When action is expected, the tubes are trained outboard, by hand.

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