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View Profile: David H
User name: rafterrat_2005
First name - David H
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Last Activity: 09-09-2014 06:53 PM 
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Join Date: 01-04-2014
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July 25, 1964
First name:
David H
Very picky about detail, and hate lazy people. Love to build things (model ships)
Fishing, collect Hot Wheels (mostly 60's style cars) my dogs
Current Project Name:
Navy Board Model of the Sussex 1693 & Triton (MSW)
Status of Project:
Going all in!
Current Modeling Project Description:
attempting to do 2 scratch builds at a time

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