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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. many thanks for sharing this set of photos Jim... Nils
  2. Nice work Craig, wish you much fun and success with the further buid..... Nils
  3. Thank you Geert, I posted a log (restoration of this old lady), link for quick find is in my signature with listed builds.... Nils
  4. Thank you for your words Mike, I`m pleased you like the vintage steamer Nils
  5. Thank you so much John, your comment is greatly appreciated... Nils
  6. thank you very much Kpnuts.... Nils
  7. Hi Dave, Thanks for your comments I`m not so sure how old the kit is Dave, but I remember that it was on sale through Billing Boats distributers at the time when I bought my Bohuslän Kit, that means somewhere in the late 1970 ties. Unfortunately I took no pics of the pre- restoration condition. The crew- and passenger figures are part the enhancements Cheers, Nils
  8. many thanks JPAM, I`m very pleased that you like it. The credit also goes to the late former builder of the model. My input was to bring the old lady to life again Nils

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