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Well I got the kit last night. UPS came at 8:00PM. I had ordered it from Model Ship Building College in Australia. (it was little lower cost) According to the internet tracking it made 27 transfer on it's way here. the shipment came through Europe,London, New York, Miami, to Palm Beach Gardens I am not going to unpack it any further than that. I'll do it as I need the parts I do not intend to finish it like the pictures in the box. I am going to paint the hull flat white, and tone down the finish everywhere. Also I intend to put lights in it like the model of the
I got this kit as a Christmas gift. I thought....cool!.....there have been quite a few of these models done here on the site. I will have plenty of info to follow when I get around to building it. we have two builds going on at the moment.....the Sergal Mississippi Riverboat being built by Vossy, and the King of the Mississippi, another A.L. kit, being built by oldbritabroad. there was another A.L. kit being built, but I think it's finished.......it was a combination of that build and Hugh's, that really got me thinking. the issues that were discovered, enticed me even more. I ha
Hi all, my first wooden ship build is a solid hull model by Mamoli, from their "mini" line. These are simple kits for learning basic skills - measure, cut, sand, glue, & generally work with wood & tools. Complete, the model will be about 10 inches long. This post shows the kit contents (except for the copyrighted plans/instructions). There is no parts list on the double-sided, four-language instruction sheet/plans, but there is a "strips and rods sizes survey table" that shows the size of each wooden strip. I used this to label all the strip bundles before starting. Rebecca