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Cosmo Vito

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  1. Hello Antony, Again, thank you for your help. I will go to the links and review the information. Regards, Cosmo
  2. Hello Antony, Thank you. Where can I find other build logs for the Bluejacket Smuggler?
  3. Thank you Chris, I will put a few pictures together of my hull progress and forward them to on.
  4. I am new to model ship building. My first attempt was the Dumas Chris Craft 1940 Barrel Back which I feel turned pretty nice for a first attemp. Previously I have had experience with paper plans as well as balsa/tissue plane kits. I am currently working on the Bluejacket Smuggler kit. Although the instructions and plans are very detailed and the kit very complete, there is a considerable learning curve with not only the steps involved in construction of the model but also the nautical terminology. Additional pictures and helpful hints would be a great addition to the instruction manual included with the kit. I have the series of pictures of the Smuggler from Bob Steinbrunn. How impressive! This is my first attempt at a topic request. Thank you for your help. Regards, Cosmo

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