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  1. Added more details aft as well as the Dahkgren guns.
  2. I used parts from a Minicraft Titanic to make the skylights and ventilators for the deck house.I turned a plastic ring with my Dremel and made the stack ring to attach the chains.
  3. Formed the handrails from wire and used the kit supplied stanchions.
  4. Installed the ladders to the wheel boxes and made platforms.Have to make handrails next.
  5. Routed the poplar display base.(The hole is for the electrical plugs).
  6. The kit has nice white metal parts,especially the ladders,almost no clean up required.
  7. I got the deckhiyse painted and installed.
  8. Further wirk done on the deck houses and ran the wires through the hull and display base with a plug in 4 AA battery power source with a built in on/off switch.
  9. Yes I will resume the Layfayette some day too! I will try to complete it this time!
  10. Okay!decided to reume.Began construction of the deck houses and fitted the stack.
  11. philo426

    Scratch built WWl Eindekker

    Thanks!it has been an interesting project!
  12. philo426

    Scratch built WWl Eindekker

    Thanks!it has been an interesting project!

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