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  1. My husband's graduate advisor built full hull, planked and completely rigged models from scratch. Forty years later we have concluded that the kits he enticed us to try will never be built. Maybe someone else will give them a go. There are two Modelismo Naval Seri Barcas de Pesca - the Laud,102, at 1:50 scale and 103, the Ballenera at 1:34 scale. Each has a roughly cut hull and deck, cloth sail(s) shrink wrapped fittings and instructions in Italian. We would like to sell these for $35 each. At a totally different skill and detail level is the Indescret series 65/5 made by Aeropiccola. The components are printed on balsa. It includes linen rigging lines, brass cannon, printed sails, cotton anchor rope, and various wooden dowels and square stock. An Engish translation of the assembly instructions (typewritten!) is included. There is some rubber band residue on the pieces which appears to scrape off pretty easily. We would like to sell this for $150. I have a paypal account for easy payment. Leslie McMaster, Austin, TX