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  1. Hello Toni, try it Gerard Delacroix. www.gerard.delacroix.pagesperso-orange.fr Forum The helped me a lot a few times already. Regards Karl
  2. Hello Daniel, this look very good, more si in that sense. Karl
  3. Hello Daniel, some pictures for the interior of the CHEBECE. Regards Karl
  4. Hello friends. Look in my little model ship museum. Karl PART 37
  5. Hello friends, thanks to all who accompanied me during the construction of the CHEBECE with their friendly comments and likes. Karl PART 36
  6. Hello L.H. Trims are finished products, bought, not homemade. Karl
  7. Jeronimo

    Hello from Darwin Australia

    Hello Richmond. Greetings from Germany. Karl
  8. Manufacture and assembly of the barrels. Karl Part 35
  9. Hello Lawrence. I mark the wood joints with a black marker. No impairment of the adhesive power of wood glue or superglue. Karl
  10. Hello Doris. Very good work.!!!!! Karl
  11. Chad, view Page 9. Karl
  12. Thanks to all for the kind comments. Board stove installed. Part 34
  13. Hello Doris. Beautiful work. Very good. Karl
  14. Thanks for the kind comments. Cut in the deck for a view into Officer's cabin. Karl
  15. Cannons ready assembled. Karl Part 32

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