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About gberger

  • Birthday 04/19/1951

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    Virginia
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    All manner of steel navy boats and ships.

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  1. Sadly no. I decided to just display it rather than play with it. The details are not compatible with tossing it about in the water. I do have a test tank video, though. MOV00109.MPG
  2. Here is my latest addition to the fleet. Please go to my website for a complete build log. http://geneberger-models.com/pt-117-motor-torpedo-boat/
  3. Yves, You are correct. This was the boat you saw and in fact this is the lake on base. It was a great era for model subs and I embraced it. Simon and Sheila had a great thing going for awhile...but time goes on. Gene
  4. For a log of this build please go to http://geneberger-models.com/uss-balao-ss-285/
  5. The DE-443 was built in 1:96 scale of multi-media with techniques in fiberglass, cast resin parts and photo etching of my own. Some commercially available components included. To see a complete build log, please visit http://geneberger-models.com/uss-kendall-c-campbell/
  6. The John C Butler class destroyer escort was acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War II. The primary purpose of the destroyer escort was to escort and protect ships in convoy, in addition to other tasks as assigned, such as patrol or radar picket. Post-war she proudly returned home with four battle stars to her credit. Visit http://geneberger-models.com/ to see more of my projects.
  7. See the build log at http://geneberger-models.com/sc-1075-sub-chaser/
  8. I know you said that the ability to remove posts has been deleted. Does this include removing a single photo from within a posted galley. I had mistakenly added a picture to a completed gallery post I wanted to remove. How can I do this if this function is available?
  9. 1/32 scale built of glass, wood, resin castings and photo etching from my own processes. This model on display at the Mariners' Museum also. View more of this and other models at www.geneberger-models.com/ For the complete build log visit http://geneberger-models.com/sc-1075-sub-chaser/
  10. To view the entire build log visit, http://geneberger-models.com/sc-1075-sub-chaser/
  11. See my build log at http://geneberger-models.com/ss-united-states/
  12. Please visit www.geneberger-models.com/ss-united-states/ to view my complete log.
  13. SS UNITED STATES built in 1/96 scale on exhibit at the Mariners' Museum. To see others by me visit http://geneberger-models.com/ For a complete build log see http://geneberger-models.com/ss-united-states/ For more SS UNITED

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