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Hi from Rome, Italy

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Hi,
I'm glad to join this community. I'm an italian modeller with some experience with plastic models and only one wood ship completed: the America's Cup Endeavour. Now i decided to improve my skills, starting again with the Amati Lady Nelson. 

I think i'll start a building log very soon, i'm sure i can get many useful tips.

 

Bye

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Welcome Rome! You certainly came to the best site for model ship builders. Lady Nelson is a nice build. One of my closest high school friends, Luigi, immigrated from Guardiagreli(sic) with his family in the early sixties.

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Buongiorno from upstate New York along Lake Ontario. Picard, you will find the membership and work of this site a most pleasurable journey. Do start a log. It is a way to seek guidance and engage new people all over this world.

Joe

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