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Le Camaret by greatgalleons - Constructo - 1:66 - aka A. Jorden

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Thanks, usually a kit this small will only take 2 - 3 weeks to complete for me if I'm only working on it and not other builds at the same time,  I can get back to my yacht America build now which I started last month.

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For some reason I find while working on one build I get inspired to start another and sometimes even 3 at a time.  I started a small scratch build about 3 years ago, put it aside and just finished it a few months ago. It was the corel half moon where I took the plans and shrunk down the size in half. I call it the half halfmoon I finished last year as a desktop model

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