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    • This is one beautifuly detailed  work and ship sir . ! thank you for sharing. Vlad 
    • Hi Pat, Looks stunning.  Please could you let me know the paint colour you've used?  Many thanks
    • Looks fantastic.  What colour have you used please.  I'm renovating a Dumas PT109 and the colour you've used looks ideal to my eye.  The colour mine is currently in looks far too green for anything military / naval.
    • Thanks!  ...yes, it's the 1:144 Airfix Classic kit. It was released to me (along with several kits) from a family of a devoted builder. They saw my internet sites, and at his request, they honored him by releasing the models.
      Part of the tribute to this individual was to bring out the best in them...which I've done with this and the previous Airfix ROYAL SOVEREIGN (Sovereign of the Seas).
      Those who have this kit can see that it's of good quality and can be brought to another level with, of course, patience. Again, thanks for your comment. Much appreciated.
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