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Scientific Kit of USS Constituion No. 170

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My first post, I hope this is in the right place.  I acquired a partially completed Scientific kit of the USS Constitution no. 170 from one of our club members who passed away last year.  I need a copy of the instructions.  If anyone has a copy I would be willing to pay for them and the cost of mailing of course.  I'm the Purser of the Rocky Mountain Shipwrights in the Denver, CO metro area.

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Nat - sorry I can't help out with the plans but sure looking forward to watching your Connie come together :) I've been working on a Bluenose by Scientific. Maybe you can follow instructions by looking at a Revell Connie build in one of the websites if you cannot find Scientific plans. I also referred to a Bluenose practicum to help me along with details on my build. Please post some pics of your work - Cheers!!!

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There is a series of posts for a rebuilding of a model of Constitution built from this same kit.  The author of this series is Jersey City Frankie.  He really turns a derelict into a piece of art.

 

Roger

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Nat,

  I have copies of the Scientific  Constitution. However they are copies and you would have to piece them together. I built the model but never completed it. I have looked high and low for the original directions but have come up empty handed. Send me you address if you want them.

 

Alan 

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23 hours ago, Cuda1949 said:

Nat,

  I have copies of the Scientific  Constitution. However they are copies and you would have to piece them together. I built the model but never completed it. I have looked high and low for the original directions but have come up empty handed. Send me you address if you want them.

 

Alan 

Alan;  Thank you for your response.  My address is Nathaniel Fay, 1124 Steele Street, Denver, CO 80206-3422.  Thank you!

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Alan;  Thank you for your response.  My address is Nathaniel Fay, 1124 Steele Street, Denver, CO 80206-3422.  Thank you!

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Nat 

I will try to get them in the mail in a day or so.

 

Al

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Folks, when someone asks for an address,  real, email, etc... send it to  them a PM.  This site gets crawled by bots and spammers so take precautions to protect yourself.  Nat, I'd delete your two posts and if you can't contact a moderator.

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On ‎5‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 3:06 PM, Cuda1949 said:

Nat 

I will try to get them in the mail in a day or so.

 

Al

Al;  I received the instruction sheets today in the mail.  Thank you, so much for your help.  Nat

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