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Hektor

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  1. Hi Dave, I am not sure of the scale of this vessel. It says on the top cover " authentic scale" and on the side "scale 1 inch = 9 feet 5 inches". As I am not used to scaling in feet and inches, is that = 1/118? The kit number is 828:150. // Kent
  2. Thanks again for the welcome (especially to the swedes!). As I wrote before, you'll have to wait for Santa Maria in that suitable Lidberg scale, due to a man cave move. I'll be back! // Kent
  3. Hi guys. Thanks for your warmly welcome! I planned to start my first build log this week. But the rear admiral had other ideas. The space in which i do my modelling is going to be overtaken by her😠 I am movng up to the 2nd floor. But that is not so bad after all! I can easily put in two working tables there - with lots of drawers. Also I can, at last, have my spraybooth up the whole time! So things are going to be for the better I think. But now you have to wait at least 3 weeks before I am ready for my first build log here. Oh, if you are wondering what subject it will be? It will be Lindbergs Santa Maria from 1965 in a "suitable scale"
  4. Hi folks, I just stumbled in on this magnificant site. I especially like the athmosphere on all comments and the fenomenal will to help! I´m not a beginner, have built models for a long time - mostly plastic airplanes. However I have in my stash a number of ships and thought that I have to do something about them. Here they are: Revell Cutty Sark 1/96, Thermopylae 1/96 (old one), Wasa1/150, Snowberry 1/144, Heller Passat 1/150, Lindberg: La Flore 1/133? (old one), Santa Maria (old one), Victory (old one), Flying Cloud (old one). I guess that these will keep me occupied for a number of years but I have patience not to rush. But which shall I begin with? Any suggestions? Bye now from the south of Sweden

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