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Member postings for Empire Parkstone

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Thread: What is this boat?
23/02/2020 19:09:32

Perhaps model of a STEALTH type?

Thread: South West Ship show
19/02/2020 22:47:11

**LINK**

Thread: Request advice for my first boat build challenge!
21/01/2020 22:30:49

Might have been more polite to introduce yourself and who you and your Team are in your first post.

Edited By Empire Parkstone on 21/01/2020 22:31:29

Thread: MB & Other Magazines
16/01/2020 16:06:49

Thought brushess motors could run submerged anyway?

Thread: Help with an old yacht
19/11/2019 22:31:04

Agree about the links Tim but they work ok highlight/rightclick/go to

Thread: A couple of newbee questions
07/11/2019 18:51:21

clamp your electric drill in vice or bench stick appropriate dowel length -in it and you have your lathe

Thread: Laser cut kit tolerance issues
27/10/2019 22:07:02

smiley

27/10/2019 19:20:44
Posted by Ray Wood 2 on 27/10/2019 15:25:01:

Yes,SLEC are excellent and the majority of my wood both Balsa & ply are purchased from them either at the summer shows or mail order 😀

Regards Ray

Wow you also getting discount cheeky

27/10/2019 14:49:45

I have noticed with the SLEC Fairey kits that the quality of wood is superior to the offerings of other mainstream manufacturers that I have seen - but then they are a specialist wood supplier

Not to mention an advertiser herelaugh

r

Thread: Selling a lovely boat
14/10/2019 12:54:25

So you never built it then

14/10/2019 05:36:45

Perhaps he means NO not another Sea Queenlaugh

Thread: Metcalf Mouldings
16/09/2019 08:47:14

Hi He's retired but I think worth contacting Check this post old but?**LINK**

Thread: Talking pictures Berth 24
08/09/2019 19:09:33

Doubt Talking pictures have show this but the dvd is very good all ships named and the ones used to represent in the film **LINK**

Thread: Supper glue
06/09/2019 22:31:48

**LINK**

Thread: Jules Verne's "Nautilus"
26/08/2019 09:37:37

Yup

**LINK**

Thread: graupner scimitar speed
22/08/2019 10:51:28

Hi toplink on this page

**LINK**

Thread: todays boating
10/06/2019 19:14:40

the harbour at Weymouth where ''we'' were all loading up before crossing the channel...?

Would that be the Royal WE Ashley or did you tell porkies about your agesmiley

Thread: Images uploading upside down
18/05/2019 15:53:25

More Ballast perhaps. Sorry couldn't resist it sure there will be assistance on the way

Thread: New Online Buying Rules
24/04/2019 08:41:15

Retailers expect that users will have to confirm their identity every five times they use contactless from September 2019. Mastercard and several UK banks are currently testing cards with inbuilt fingerprint scanners to help verify customer IDs. With retailers keen to maintain frictionless consumption, many retailers are likely to adopt biometric technology as you can’t forget your fingerprint at the till.

Thread: South West Ship Show
20/04/2019 15:32:11

**LINK**

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