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Hello,upon searching for information on my Aristo-Craft ship, I came across a post from someone looking for the instructions for the Charles W Morgan. All I have found about my 1/50 size kit is that the insides of the box are identical to Artisania Latina's ship. The post was dated 2014. I could help, maybe, if the writer did not get any help in this regard. I have posted this ship for sale with pictures on Kijiji a website that a lot of people here in Toronto and across Canada use. I am also selling a 1/70 scale Steingraeber kit of the La Pomone on that site as well. I will never get to build these as I have stored them for many years and I am in the middle of building two other boats Graupner's original Schnellboot and a PT boat, sorry not sailing ships, and have one more to go after that, a trawler. As I am new to this site I will be investigating the many posts and see what new things I can learn. I have been away from model building for many years so this maybe interesting. 

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Welcome to MSW.   There are quite a few non-wooden ships being built in the Kit area so feel free to post a build log.  It's a great way to get help and make friends.

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Thanks Mark, I realized that after doing some exploring on this site that people had commented on building plastic ships as well. I had originally thought it was just for wood sailing ships, which I was not building, only because I believed it would take me too long to finish them. I'll keep exploring the site and see what all I can learn.

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Gidday and a warm welcome from the Land Downunder.

You will find no discrimination re type of ship or medium used on this site. The forums cater for a diverse range of ships. You will also find a lot of support here.

Keep us updated on your progress, ideally through a build log.

All the best with your builds.

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