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    RCnut
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    Hello submarine type people

    Post  RCnut on Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:16 pm

    Hello, Thanks for letting me join this forum. I'm into Sci fi stuff and my fave craft is Skydiver from UFO. My latest build is a 6 foot version and will be posting pics of the build when I figure out how to post pics. Interesting fact, I've never built one that actually dives but I'm hoping to do it with this one.

    Tom(ADMIN)
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    Re: Hello submarine type people

    Post  Tom(ADMIN) on Mon Sep 23, 2013 12:24 pm

    Two new members...that's great, you are both more than welcome on the forum.

    We like pictures here, loads of pictures...just a subtle hint. :-)


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    Re: Hello submarine type people

    Post  merriman on Mon Sep 23, 2013 3:55 pm

    Richard(Admin) wrote:Two new members...that's great, you are both more than welcome on the forum.

    We like pictures here, loads of pictures...just a subtle hint.  :-)


    Richard
    I have an example of this guys work -- a large GRP, vacuformed, and cast resin STINGRAY. And the work is 100% fantastic! He's a Craftsman of the first order.

    Nearly a year ago I promised him SubDrivers (one for him, one for an associate, and one for me). to outfit his STINGRAY.

    And ... the only reason he has not gotten one of his creations in the water (diving, that is) is because of my tardiness in delivering the above SD's to him. A task long delayed by other work, but a task I will complete eventually.

    And rcnut is a complete gentleman as well. If this is the guy I know as 'rcnut' he's also a Brit', still hunkered down on the island-nation.

    When he starts posting pictures of his work here, it will knock your socks off!

    David

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