|Simon Porter||12/02/2016 14:28:13|
|20 forum posts|
Hi one and all,just thought i would introduce myself.
I am about to embark on the build of a scale tug, the Ayton Cross by mobile marine models with a view to possibly competing in some towing comps. Bound to have loads of questions as the build progresses so look out!
|Colin Bishop||12/02/2016 16:44:26|
4511 forum posts
Welcome to the Forum Simon, we look forward to hearing about progress with your build.
|Simon Porter||12/02/2016 17:48:54|
|20 forum posts|
I will try and post a photo diary as the build progresses.
|Paul T||12/02/2016 18:20:57|
7145 forum posts
Welcome to our happy little group. Looking forward to reading your progress reports and seeing the photos.
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