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J T Lombard

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About J T Lombard

  • Birthday 03/09/1947

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    Gardnerville, NV.
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    restoring antique cars, camping & fishing

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  1. That's a beautiful kit & a great price. I would love to have it but I already have the Model Shipways version of the Amati kit. j
  2. Hello: Which book are you using for your tile layout? regards J
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  4. Mark: Do you have a link to where you purchased your copper plates? Part no.? Quantity? I have this kit but have not started yet but I will use your build as a guide. Please keep up the great work. best regards & keep safe J Lombard
  5. Mark: Try this link https://www.shapeways.com/product/TXXHVWEET/1-78-hms-victory-figurehead?optionId=65820334&li=marketplace it might help. J
  6. Mark: Isn't there another piece to the figurehead that fits below the piece shown in your picture? J P.S. it might fill the gap you show
  7. Mark: I'm along for the ride. regards J Lombard P.S. I have the Panart 783 kit
  8. Glenn: Can you point to the portion of the instructions that require the brass strips you are looking for? regards J Lombard
  9. For the xtra $72 are you getting the Mantua Sergal art. 782 or the Mantua Panart art. 783? regards J Lombard
  10. If anyone has saved the box for the Panart H.M.S. Victory Art 738 & would like to sell it please PM me. regards J Lombard
  11. Daliab: Do you have a link to the web site where you downloaded those English versions of the instructions? regards J Just noticed David56 beat me to it.

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