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  • Bart is the man, no doubt about it. Bloody marine engineers. Who'd of thought that they would be interested in accuracy?


    • Tks guy's....and those 101 things are the most time consuming.

      Originally posted by HardRock View Post
      Who'd of thought that they would be interested in accuracy?
      We don't.....but we have to practice accuracy else we get a ****load of work.

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      First time the hull parts were mated....yeah she looks beefy.
      The transition of the bow/stern and hull was sanded till all was smooth.
      Saterday next all will be primed.


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      Practical wisdom is only to be learned in the school of experience.
      "Samuel Smiles"


      • Wow!

        When are you going to circumcise that thing? All it needs are some veins (safety-tracks).


        "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"


        • And once more David and Bart step off into the great void of double entendre!

          Spectacular work Bart. I noticed that spotty Beluga on the shelf too - probably the best place for that thing!