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I HAVE A COPY OF THE IMAI INSTRUCTIONS FOR 1/100 VICTORY

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I purchased the Imai version of the Heller 1/100 HMS Victory back in 1985 from Model Expo for half price - $50.00.  The instructions are a lot better then the original Heller one's.  I have attached the PDF files if any one needs them.  I just removed the staple and scanned the resulting pages at 300 dpi so each scan contains multiple pages.

Cheers,

Paul

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Big thank you Paul!

 

Many modelers already asked for them having illegible Heller copies and/or not being able to interpret them.

 

XXXDAn

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Thank You! I am attempting to build the Heller 1/100 HMS Victory. I've spent more time trying to decipher the heller instructions than I've spent building the model!  Thanks Again 

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