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Jim Jakosh

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#1 posted 10-10-2021 01:56 PM

I’ll do whatever it takes to make it acceptable for me or for sale. Some times I may have to rebuild part that seems too “iffy” and some time it may be re sealing and re finishing if the finish is absorbed too much in one are.

I have even let the first one be the prototype and make a second one with improvements to be the finished project. I do a lot of modeling with scrap wood or cardboard to avoid have to do that very much.

Cheers, Jim

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