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Hello ship model enthusiasts. :)

     My early bread and butter hull videos may be viewed at -cedliz1- on youtube.

The actual scale of the model is unknown to me.This is fly by sight.

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Hi Augustus

 

Never thought of using bread and butter for making a model of a historic sailing ship. It looks to be a fantastic build, where did you get the plans for the San Martin from and what wood are you using for the bread of the hull?. Will follow your progress with interest.

 

Steve

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