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Head in the clouds.

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About Head in the clouds.

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  • Birthday 01/25/1965

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    Grantham Lincs.

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  1. She really looks the ticket Steve when everything is thrown together for a group photo and that skid....don't know what you where fretting about!
  2. Fine fiddly work on the paravane winches, I know where you are coming from when after an hour you moved onto something a little more meaty, to ba fair an hour on those was good. Great thread thus far, it is like reading the owners manual and complete history of the Ark all in one volume.
  3. Very eye catching group pic. Nice to see another HAS1 and with a torpedo load to add some colour and variation.
  4. That's more like it, a lovely scheme not seen often and a very smart build indeed.
  5. Superb and a very sharp scheme, the Wessex does look rather resplendent in these colours.
  6. A fine tribute in every sense not only to one man but an entire family.
  7. It is Dave ( Of Yorkshire), the Fens are strange by day and even stranger by night Gary.
  8. Just about to start ' A Grim Almanac of Lincolnshire'. It is about the strange, heinous and macabre goings on in Yellowbelly land over several centuries. Should be a little different!.
  9. I am with mackem01, nice work so far.
  10. I am in, looks interesting and right up my street. Best of luck.
  11. Very interesting thread but way ahead of my abilities once you started talking CAD programmes and 3D printing. Great subject matter thought, I have the book too and it is thumbed often, for me the Saro P187 looks awesome and would be a big kit in 1/72.
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