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popeye the sailor
it was a simple plastic boat. it was planked on the outside, with extra detail added.....masting, sail, rope and tackle
Posted July 17, 2013
Very niceely done, lovely details as usual..
thanks Borge.....the only things that are missing are the oars....this was my first wood build, and I guess I can use the 'I didn't know better' excuse....LOL! the crane is supposed to be manually operated with a crank and all, but I thought it would be cool to put a motor on it. I really liked working on this kit, even though it was about 20 - 30 years old when I got it
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