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The Ship and Anchor / How long does registration take?
« Last post by model tugman on January 25, 2019, 03:43:24 »
A mate of mine in Australia has registered with the forum yesterday but can’t yet log in, how long does he have to wait please.
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For Sale (Private Ads Only) / zwarte zee
« Last post by Puffin on January 23, 2019, 07:43:17 »
any one interested in a billings kit zwarte zee . Located north vancouver , bc canada .
  CONTACT  PUFFIN
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by Capt.Towline on January 17, 2019, 01:05:58 »
Nice little project for an unusual little tug. Have enjoyed following along; thanks
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by sea monkey on January 14, 2019, 15:31:53 »
Thanks Simon.
Thanks Kev.
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by Kev30 on January 14, 2019, 10:23:04 »
Very interesting build thanks for posting this on this site.
Regards
Kevin
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by Kiwinz on January 14, 2019, 08:23:19 »
Even the photography is top notch! Looks surpurb indeed.
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by sea monkey on January 12, 2019, 18:48:08 »
So – another project finished and I can start on the next – yahoo!!
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by sea monkey on January 12, 2019, 18:46:59 »
Working on something this small also had its own challenges.

I'm mostly happy with how it turned out but I can see where I tried to take a few shortcuts. Hopefully I'll forget about them in a few months' time. It's amazing how quickly you forget about all of the tedious work and mistakes along the way. I look at some of my older models and have no idea how I managed to make them.
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by sea monkey on January 12, 2019, 18:46:01 »
some more
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Pusher Tugs / Re: The Tiny Tumeke – 9m Pusher Tug
« Last post by sea monkey on January 12, 2019, 18:41:32 »
Working on something this small also had its own challenges.

I'm mostly happy with how it turned out but I can see where I tried to take a few shortcuts. Hopefully I'll forget about them in a few months' time. It's amazing how quickly you forget about all of the tedious work and mistakes along the way. I look at some of my older models and have no idea how I managed to make them.
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