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 Author  Topic: NEW - USS Barnegat Class PT Boat and Seaplane Tenders Web Pages
Carl M

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Hello Folks,

I have established a new web site for gathering references for the USS Barnegat AVP-10 Class of Seapane Tenders and PT Boat Tenders.

http://back-aft.com/

Please browse around the pages, here. I hope you like it.

I have also established an online store to sell my custom 1/350 seaplane tender model parts and some reference materials.

http://shop.back-aft.com/main.sc

Enoy!

Carl Musselman
Back-Aft.com


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Will Day

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Great site, Carl.

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Very informative Carl, Nice Job.........


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David Waples

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Thanks and congratulations Carl. You did an excellent job linking the reference material together. I like how you can pick out the boat, the photo references, and the paint schemes and samples all together. Excellent resource for an enthusiast and modeler. I've had the pleasure of seeing your castings and they are top notch.

Which of these ships were PT tenders? I know that Oyster Bay was of course but not sure of the others. Are you going to sell PT castings as well? And are you planning in photo etch parts for the future?

Thanks again for sharing. This is really great work.

Dave

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Carl M

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Quote:

Thanks and congratulations Carl. You did an excellent job linking the reference material together. I like how you can pick out the boat, the photo references, and the paint schemes and samples all together. Excellent resource for an enthusiast and modeler. I've had the pleasure of seeing your castings and they are top notch.

Which of these ships were PT tenders? I know that Oyster Bay was of course but not sure of the others. Are you going to sell PT castings as well? And are you planning in photo etch parts for the future?

Thanks again for sharing. This is really great work.

Dave

David Waples



Dave,
I've no intentions for photo-etch nor PT Boats.

Besides the USS Oyster Bay there were USS Mobjack AGP-7, USS Wachapreague AGP-8, and USS Willoughby AGP-9.

I'm glad that you like my site and my store, everyone.


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