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I hope this and following pictures can help those who will build this or any similar model to see what to do (or NOT to do). The kit came with double planking in mahogany, but as I wanted the model painted, this was saved for later (?) use. For the deck, I use very thin balsa strips which were glued on a black coloured false deck, with a small spacing to simulate caulking.
The sails were made out of striped-stitched cotton shirt material, and PVA glued where required. The white flat metal parts are made from leaded wine cork protection, carefully varnished as this metal oxydizes awfully.

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Pen Duick from old Le Baron kit

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