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About Mirabell61

  • Birthday 10/14/1947

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    Glinde, state Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
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    sailing ship and steamship model building

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  1. Congrats Bruce, a beautiful clipper model with nice lines... Nils
  2. congratulations to this excellent Model Kevin, lovely work ! Nils
  3. Wunderbar BE !! I like your "Alert" cutter very much, its a beautiful model in all details Nils
  4. Excellent work Ilhan, your hull looks great..... Nils
  5. very sad newsto hear, RIP Danny and my condolences to his family, you will allways remain a great fellow modeler in my mind Nils
  6. Beautiful paintings Jim, Nils
  7. Weathered hull above and especially below the waterline looksw great, also torpedo protection netting Nils
  8. a beautiful build Geert ! is she going to be a sailable model ? (because of built in keelweight) Nils
  9. nice progress and good work Siggi, Nils
  10. disgusting...totally disgusting of how great a modeler you are....totally blows me away....just bumped into your pamir.....yikes!....i quit!!! :):):).....heck...my time's up anyways:):):).....too old.....

       why does the general public so revel in ignorance instead of being influenced by the creative geniuses like you......poor humanity .....but you've left a footprint which time will have difficulty in erasing.......cheers to you mirabell61..............................vic

    1. Mirabell61


      Many thanks Vic,

      for your kind words, much appreciated

      Best regards,


  11. Daniel The deck curvature in two directions is great..... Guess there will be a planking path above the horizontal leg-parts of the wooden knees, later on, where the guns are running on... lovely work, Nils

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