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Mirabell61

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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. Lovely work on the 3 funnels Dan, you`re on the end straight with the model, wish you all the best with the remaining fitting out Nils
  2. Thank you very much Dali, I`m pleased you like the Chebec... Nils
  3. excellent build Dali, congrats, seldom seen such a clean, accurate and beautiful model Nils
  4. very good looking model Christos Nils
  5. Very good looking model Christos.. Nils
  6. I like the molded planks for the seaframe-box Nils
  7. Hi Steve, excellent built and good looking tug model Nils
  8. Hi Siggi, congrats on modeling those lovely figurines, I just love them..... very well done ! Nils
  9. Nice Progress Dan ! yes, those superstructures are not easy and you`re doing that job very well..... Nils
  10. beautifull build Amon, I remember once having the opportunity to attend a ride on this icebreaker on the Elbe river during a Hamburg harbour aniversery. I could move free everywhere on board from the boiler room, engine room and up to the upper bridge platform, very impressing Nils
  11. Hello Leif Helge, fantastic work, very well done, realistic rigging and details all through the ship, a delight to look at Nils

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