Posted by Jonathan Stuparyk on Sun 26 Sep 2010 11:43:23 AM PDT
You did a good job on your ship, I was watching the videos and the question I like to ask is How big in the prop and what are you running for motors,and one last thing is that a fiberglass hull. Sorry to bother you but I like how it looks. You can Email me at email@example.com Thank You for your time
Posted by Dave U on Wed 03 Feb 2010 08:24:31 AM PST
Great looking models!
I was just wondering if you will be selling some models on ebay in the near future, Thanks- Jacob
Posted by Jacob on Thu 26 Nov 2009 08:17:35 AM PST
model of the chief wawatam
matt i am sorry to say that gordon trainer has passed away a while ago he did make some realy nice models of the chief he inspired me to make models of her also i have made water line modles of her and the sainte marie and a couple r/c modles also they still live and run but not in the straits but down here in fort wayne indiana hopen toget back home this summer and run them in the st.ignace marina
Posted by brian perrault former st.ignace resident (guest) on Tue 05 May 2009 11:16:37 PM PDT
it was a little top heavy, flipped over and sank. Tried to save it right after it sank, but that pond is sorta dangerous. Sat on the bottom for 20 or so hours, then I came back with some waders.
Posted by Andrew Constans on Sun 26 Apr 2009 06:03:49 PM PDT
How did that happen?
Posted by Guest on Sun 19 Apr 2009 08:24:47 PM PDT
mine was lost too, same model. just sank about an hour ago
Posted by Andrew Constans on Tue 14 Apr 2009 05:53:34 PM PDT
Enjoy your work, how do you store all these models? I use shelving but there never seems to be enough room.
Posted by Guest on Sun 29 Mar 2009 11:05:06 AM PDT
Great looking fleet!
Posted by Guest on Sun 22 Mar 2009 07:50:11 PM PDT
#1 Scratchbuilt dredger, dump scow, and Sylvan Scal Models G-tug, #2 & #3 Scratch built deck barge with Kibri windmill as load & modified Lindberg tug to make raised pilothouse push tug.
Posted by Brian Wroblewski on Sun 07 Oct 2007 12:45:57 PM PDT