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  1. Hello great model !!! What chip you use for led light? Regards Valter
  2. Hi friends, I would like to begin this WIP thanking DocBlake for giving me the references of Bob Hunt, and thus succeed in obtaining the construction plans. Thank's Bob for your patience and shipment assistence. I want to build this AVS with pear wood, obtaining the parts to boards from a tree that had cut long time ago. Soon I'll post pictures with the initial stages of construction. Again, i wish to excuse for my English. Regards Valter
  3. Hi Dave, I studied again your WIP, the quality and the achieved accuracy is difficult to reach. Compliments! I hope that the documentation will come soon I bought from Bob, I want to start well this wonderful ASV. Regards Valter
  4. Hello, yes, I have a WIP with an HMS Bounty.. Start with an older Aeropiccola kit, revised in according with a John McKay monography. Soon i hope to start a post with this. Regards Valter
  5. Hi, I am a model maker, Italian, very fond of ships and vessels. Very pleased to be able to admire the masterpieces of this forum. Greetings, Valter.

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