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Gorch Fock 2 Cadet training ship german navy

Gorch Fock 2    Cadet training ship german navy
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This 3-mast barque, launched 1958 in Hamburg, is well known in most Ports and on the 7 seas. She is the follower of Gorch Fock 1 whos sistership amoungst others still afloat, is the US coastguards USS Eagle.
The model in scale 1:95 is presented in Version of the late 60-ties. Except for a few scrap frames used from Ebay, it is a total scratch build in hull, rigg, masts, yards,`decks, plating, fitting out and other details.


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Mirabell61 you have created a most superior model of the USS Eagle. The result shows in the pics that the creator (you) loved every move you made for this masterpiece!


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