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  1. Here you can find the instructions to build the version Model Space has on there website. This is not the Constructo version, but it might help you anyway. http://www.model-space.com/gb/cutty-sark-complete-kit.html
  2. Are these videos on youtube, the ones you are talking about in your first post ? https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAUMlkDf1XpjUDnPzoDagw3u2T7tQIBv4 And this one.
  3. Here is a documentary (in Danish) showing the process of building the ship called Havhingsten.
  4. Your build is finish and you made a real beautiful model. You and others might not know that we here in Denmark have a viking ship museum in Roskilde. They have a website with lots of information about building real size copies of viking ships. Take f ex a look at http://webtv.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/?poditemid=35280&tagsid=121&soegeord=

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