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  1. IMG 7195

    Superb, I love these sails flying in the wind. Yves
  2. DSCF0084.JPG

    Great idea for the background. Very realistic. I love your trawler. Yves
  3. ESSEX Sunk 3

    Well done and well deserved. I like Whales and I subscribe to their protection. Yves
  4. HMS Bounty

    Superb Mike. A real treasure to look at. Yves
  5. akula3

    Could you post more pictures and close-ups? That is a great model and beautiful diorama. Yves
  6. P1020296

    A true jewel and marvel. It is incredibly realistic. Yves
  7. FA 1816

    Incredible model. A true museum piece! Yves
  8. 13 finished

    Gorgeous boat and exquisite model. I suppose this is scratchbuild. It would make for a lovely kit. What is the scale of the model? 1/32? Please tell us more. Yves

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