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    See there's been a lot done to the club since we were there Ian - congratulations as its really looking good now - do you have a full time security guard or do you have to remove everything when shutting up.
    Saw that you lost your lathe - possess an ancient original Unimat - which with a lot of effort converts to a milling machine - works well enough for models and even has a scroll saw type attachment.
    Friend Neville in Swellendam is busy with a Stuart Triple on his Myford - makes beautiful steam boats but hardly ever sails them as they are a bit heavy to transport - so needs two people to get them out .
    Only have one real sea type boat a large tug part complete somewhere with an old 200 amp Graupner controller, an ex car fan ? motor and a future ? small car battery - the smaller boats tend to take a bad pounding even in Gansbaai harbour !
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