Discussion in '1/96 Battlestations' started by Tugboat, Apr 13, 2007.
I love the bridge structure of the Tashkent. It really show off her Italian heritage.
I hope to have a photo Of she on my lap, This year!!
Hey, Tuggy, can I be added to the list?
Caleb S.| V-106 &HMS Rodney | Lewisburg PA.
How far are u from west wood near Pittsburgh?
Phil now has the Tashkent, and the Mogador, and the new Potemkin.
All have been in combat during the Sept., Oct., and November events.
We still have the Surcouf submarine. It was not on the water this season. But we plan to get her ready for the spring battles next year.
I have been running a convoy ship.
Still planning on picking up the Bart next time I am up that way, perhaps around the New Year.
So, going through old threads just reading and I see this. You still in Columbia City?
Sent you a PM.
Mogador was just transferred to a new home port. Underwent a major refit of armaments, and will be at the Denmark straits battle this May. Will be joining the Midwest club, as the big gun format of battle stations really appeals to me. Thanks again Mikey.
Vance still has the Surcouf submarine. We will be getting it back in service hopefully by the Task-Force event.
I am currently running the convoy ship SS Clermont. French.
We have Jeff C's Capitani Romani mostly sealed, and plan to start working on the superstructure in the near future.
Hopefully we will have that ship in service by the October, or November battles.
Work is progressing on the Prinz Eugen. Got most of the hard area in today, and most of the bottom sheeting on. Made the stuffing tubes, and selected the props. Should be able to get it ready for sea trials by Task Force.
Take care of her.
I'm so going to kick your butt for that
It's mine. MINE MINE MINE!!! LOL.
All I have to say there is . see you in Sept.
you dont want that one anyways Nikki. its clearly broken
She's 7-feet Long. The bow comes off.
I think he knew that. Lol.