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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 6:09 pm 
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BCBilly wrote:
Dear Bill,

My deepest condolences and sympathies on the loss of your beloved wife. In a world where life can be cheaper than tin, she was a Hope Diamond!

Thank too for the magnificent works of shipbuilding . They astound a recreational modeler like me.

Best wishes for much success in your next build. Any hints as to what it might be?

Regards

Billy



Thank You.....look on page two of the Online Scratchbuild forum. I am doing CVE-60 and DE-133 in 1/96...... :wave_1: :thumbs_up_1:

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 8:35 am 
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My condolences on your loss Bill :(

About your model though...wow..simply wow....

I am a 3D computer modeler myself and found this website and your model through a long search for some decent Ship plans for the BB-57 USS South Dakota, and yours seem like exactly what I need so Im curious where you got them, and if you know of any good BB-57 plans.


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Charles Darwin wrote:
My condolences on your loss Bill :(

About your model though...wow..simply wow....

I am a 3D computer modeler myself and found this website and your model through a long search for some decent Ship plans for the BB-57 USS South Dakota, and yours seem like exactly what I need so Im curious where you got them, and if you know of any good BB-57 plans.


Thanks for your post.....Try floatingdrydock.com Look under TFW plans.

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I sure would like to see some photos.
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Three Missouris wrote:
I sure would like to see some photos.
Thanks.


Bill passed away in 2014. You can see some photos of the model in the later pages of this thread, when our photo system changed to local forum hosting.

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PostPosted: Thu May 11, 2017 4:37 pm 
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Hello, I'm a new member here. I regret that I did not see Bill's photos when his BB58 build began.

I wish to tackle the USS Iowa in 1:120 scale (to match railroad modules). I would guess without Bill's photos it would not be possible for this thread to teach me how he built the Indiana?

I am about to move on to explore other posts here at the site, but if someone might be able to point me to scratch-building threads that match my goal, please do.

Thanks much.


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hello new member!

alas that is the problem with using outside image hosts--they suddenly vanish!

if you are posting images--alweasy best to upload them to the site

instruction are here

meanwhile...
I googled Bill Waldorf Indiana bb58 and hit google images

there are a few images --some 1600 wide --of the completed ship in the Indianan museum which is to whom this fine model was presented to

best wishes

Jim Baumann

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