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I said that I would start a log on this vessel if it looked like the hull is a keeper. it was touch and go for a while there........but I must admit, it came out quite well. this is the Steingraber kit that JCT and I have been collaborating on. he is finished with his model..........but of course, me with my propensity for making a mountain out of a molehill, have other ideas for this kit. the kit is old.......I would say onwards of 50 years or so, and this played a very large roll in how we came up with our hulls......the most important part of the model. J did replicate some of
the flying fickle finger of fate has struck again......why it chose us, I have no idea. there is a short story that starts this log off...and here is the skinny. I was browsing around the net looking at off the wall hobby shops...just a search, point and shoot kind of thing. I'm always looking for that model that I've not seen in years. I was browsing through an Antique store in central Washington state. running down a list of kits this Antique store had, I happened on the name Agilis. it made me sit back and think........who had this model in their signature? after batting it ar
Well hello everyone...it's been a few months since I posted anything here and felt it was high time I got back to it... What prompted this build log was a PM from Popeye, seems he stumbled across a kit that he recalled seeing in my signature, that of the Agilis by Stenographer. This is an older kit...my best guess is late 60's early 70's ( if anyone can cast some light on this please do, I'm sure Denis will appropriate it as much as I would). The instructions are very rudimentary at best, one reason it was still in my stash, that and a reluctance/revulsion for the deplorabl