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Wooden Ship Modeling for Dummies
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  • I'm a modeler, never did a wooden ship, but always wanted to. I got that Artesania Latina Virginia 1819 schooner. Started assembling per kit instruction... Looked at planking instruction and seen that I would be building a model of the original banana boat, by their instruction... Found other site, got PDF's on planking. But that site is time consuming and alot you can't be sure of... I like your site! Now I know how off the wall these kit instructions can be. + Your tips and trick's.... And I just opened the door to your site!!! Well worth the subscription price. (Tom - Ohio, US).
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