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Kevin G

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  1. Have taken your advice and ordered a copy of ship modelling simplified by frank mastini
  2. after looking through all of the parts listed, i cant find any missing, i just need to sand the edges so they fit flush, and then go on to the next stage , which according to the instructions is to drill holes for masts and the rudder shaft
  3. the first thing that i have done to the kit is to plank the top surface, which looks like the next photo
  4. Here are the first pictures of box and contents
  5. I got this kit recently, it is my first attempt at a wooden ship, any advice would be gratefully accepted.

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