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  • Ken_NJ
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    • Sep 2014
    • 783

    #61
    Here you can see the styrene frames and other details added. Ready for paint.

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    Symmetry looks good. Some minor imperfections.

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    • Ken_NJ
      Captain
      • Sep 2014
      • 783

      #62
      It was spray painted with few coats of Rustoleun 2x white primer. Sanded, then spray with a few coats of Rustoluem white satin. A brass eye pin was cut short and placed in the stem. Some imperfections are noticeable in the pictures. Dare I say that?? But if you look at a real rowboat that is sitting upside down, constantly exposed to the weather, there will be imperfections in it as well. The boat crew just needs to do a little maintenance on it, maintenance that all boats need. Not building something like this before, and building something so small, it came out perfect for the Big Marie S.

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      • Ken_NJ
        Captain
        • Sep 2014
        • 783

        #63
        And here it is sitting inverted on the upper deck of the Big Marie S. The rowboat has a magnet under each seat. Those magnets connect to magnets mounted in the mounting blocks the rowboat sits on. Scale rope was CA'd to magnets which connect to magnets that where put on the end of the mounting blocks. So the tie down ropes can be easily be removed to remove the rowboat and show it off.

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        • Ken_NJ
          Captain
          • Sep 2014
          • 783

          #64
          One final picture. Now on to another part of this project.

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