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SSRN SEAVIEW: Frank Salerno's 102" Mason Hull

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  • SSRN SEAVIEW: Frank Salerno's 102" Mason Hull

    Frank is to shy to post.....

    But his work is incredible! You really need to stand alongside this beast to appreciate it!

    Some Brass work:

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    ....working mast's and antennas (Note MODERN photonics mast!)

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    and the sail they will reside in!

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    It's my understanding most every feature will be operational, Flying Sub doors, Flying Sub, Diving Bell doors with lowering Bell.....

    Don't believe me?

    Check out these two video's, poor quality as he shot them with his phone, but you'll get the picture!

    Crash Doors EXTERNAL

    Crash Doors INTERNAL

    The man is out of control!!
    v/r "Sub" Ed

    Silent Service "Cold War" Veteran (The good years!)
    NEVER underestimate the power of a Sailor who served aboard a submarine.

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    Ray sold her?
    i have tones of pix i took in groton.


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      Note not noted-anyone can do those actuations with servos...Frank moves these with homemade hydraulic pistons-I guess because of the abundance of hydro for the hydraulics...