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highlanderburial

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About highlanderburial

  • Birthday 03/02/1973

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    Glenolden, pa
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    Ship modeling, figure painting, bicycling,

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  1. I used heavy EZ line for the stack guy wires. It went on super easy. Final assembly of the main structure.
  2. I doubt very much there are over 200 of the little buggers. I will let you know when I hit that point!
  3. Here are the 2 sets I got. I was on the fence for quite some time. In the end this model will be put in a case at a local CG facility as a display for the SOLAS treaty signed by the USCG in 1917. So my level if detail will not be as high as I would have liked. Still the deck chairs and benches were too much to pass up.
  4. This was a last minute choice in what will be 2 ships. This is the 1/400 Academy Titanic kit. I purchased laser cut wood decks, PE Deck Chairs, PE Hand Rails.
  5. This was a last minute choice in what will be 2 ships. This is the 1/400 Academy Titanic kit. I purchased laser cut wood decks, PE Deck Chairs, PE Hand Rails.
  6. Not the best model builder here, not the worst, but I welcome discussions with all of them!

  7. Greetings gang. I started this build with a video on YouTube. There are other build logs on this same cutter and I am happy to see them all. Here is part one of the build: Thanks for viewing. Music for the vid comes from the Colonial Seaport Museum. Sorry my video editing is not great!

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