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CCV Modelli -Bilancella Carlofortina (Lobster Fisherman)

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Just when I thought I was done buying ship model kits, Model Expo dangles a model in front of me that temps me greatly.  The most recent Model Expo Sales email features CCV Modelli's Bilancella, a small work boat from the mid to late 19th century.   It appeals to me because it is a less complicated subject, thus promising  success in completion in a short amount of time.   With a little bit of additional research perhaps it can be super detailed to improve the quality of the end result. 


Does anyone here have any experience  with this kit?

Edited by roach101761

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