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First build Academy 1/150 Cutty Sark

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Hi there. 

 This is my first build, I am expecting it to be a challenge, but being a fairly handy chap, with a bit of tenacity I'm banking on getting a ship out of it, eventually.

As it's a fairly common model, I wondered if anyone on this forum has built it?

 

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Gidday Danny and a warm welcome from the Land Downunder.

Re your query on previous or current builds, search under Cutty Sark in  the build logs section.

You will find a wealth of knowledge and expertise here.

Ask lots of questions if and when things become confusing.

Wishing you all the best with your build.

Mark.

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