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  1. That joint between two halves of false keel looks really nice. Does it still leave some room for error or is it so good that you can't get a bent frame?
  2. Beautiful ship. Speedy might be famous, but Flirt is much better looking. But i am still more interested in that mystery project i suspect to be some small pre-revolutionary french ship (corvette or very small frigate): https://modelshipworld.com/topic/20737-chris-watton-and-vanguard-models-news-and-updates/?do=findComment&comment=695838 .

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