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Thread: Advice needed
17/11/2009 19:43:38
Thanks for the replies and apologies for being late with a reply, but I have been away without internet access. Took the time whilst I was away to read all the various manuals etc and have started on the Billings Sanson, as it is a combination of plastic hull and wooden superstructure. So far so good.
 
Will let you know how I get on with it, and yes one day I will finish the Trent as well
05/11/2009 19:56:42
Now have some time to start building the large number of kits that I have gathered and now looking for some advice on which would be the best kit to start again with. Have built before Robbe Seawolf and Neptun. Also Midwest Boothbay lobster boat. Have half built Model Slipway Trent ( railings are proving somewhat frustrating. Kit list is as follows
Robbe: U-47, Schnellboot 130, Westeriff, Dusseldorf Fireboat
Billings: HMS Renown, Samson 2
Krick: Victoria Steam Launch
Aerokits - RAF Launch
Mountfleet: Admiralty Coaster C-62
Talhoer: Atunero Del Cantabrio
Saitio: Polar Star Whale Catcher
The latter two are especially for when I have refound my skills in my opinon, but open to any advice
 
Many thanks
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