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Vann

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What a nice idea. I think I'll take it up too.

I've kept notes of what I've done to my planes - on my computer (yeah, I know, I'm a sad person :oops: ). But the planes and the computer will go their separate ways eventually, so a short history under the totes is a better plan.

Cheers, Vann.
 

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All the vintage vehicles and vintage caravans I have restored, have a note or two inside panels, saying who, when and where etc. Its a nice way to put history into the thing. Never thought of doing it with planes though. Will do in future.
 

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How bizarre, I did the exact thing a couple of days ago with the PK I'm working on. When I removed the rulers on the table I found some paper acting as a shim. So I replaced it with some paper with my name and date on it.
Mark
 

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wallace":21x1a5ql said:
How bizarre, I did the exact thing a couple of days ago with the PK I'm working on. When I removed the rulers on the table I found some paper acting as a shim. So I replaced it with some paper with my name and date on it.
Mark
It should have read "Restored by a Master Craftsman -2012" Mark! =D>

Jim
 

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