Chebec Repair

Mike41

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A couple of weeks ago my daughter brought me a model I had given her; her cat had pushed it off a bookcase and she wanted it fixed. This is the before and after photos.IMG_3356.jpgIMG_3357.jpgIMG_3358.jpgIMG_3364.jpgIMG_3365.jpgIMG_3366.jpgIMG_3367.jpgIMG_3368.jpgIMG_3369.jpgIMG_3370.jpg
 
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WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BUILD MIKE GREAT FIX, KNOW ABOUT CATS MINE IS NOT ALLOWED IN MY HOBBY ROOM IN MY TOOL ROOM HE IS MY HELPER ALWAYS, LOVE HIM TO PIECES, YOU GOING TO PUT IT IN A DISPLAY CASE THIS TIME. GOD BLESS STAY SAFE YOU AND YOURS DON
 

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Thanks Don, I am thinking about a case on a table about 2’-6” tall so the deck details and framing will be visible. The display stand will be screwed to the top of the table. A drawer in the table would have a book showing the construction photos.
 
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The only time a cat should be allowed in your workshop is when you are making a cathead (part of a ships winch) or a catamaran !
 
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