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Bob Wilson16/05/2015 07:16:16
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The Moss Hutchison cargo liner Amarna, 20'=1" Scratchbuilt.

White hulls are notoriously difficult, as they show up every blemish & irregularity, but I was pleased how this one turned out.

Bob

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Peter Fitness17/05/2015 23:35:41
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Lovely model of a great looking subject Bob. I do like that style of ship, maybe it's the proportions, or the clean, uncluttered lines.

Peter.

Bob Wilson18/05/2015 06:56:38
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Thanks,

I think it is one of my best. I hardly ever see any models of similar ships about these days, which is a great pity.

Bob

Bob Abell18/05/2015 10:08:09
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That`s a lovely model, Robert

Such fine detail.........Very nice workmanship

I don`t know how you do it!

Bob

Colin Bishop18/05/2015 19:04:52
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Just buy his new book Bob, it's all explained in there.

Colin

Anthony Stance17/04/2016 00:59:48
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Simply BEAUTIFUL

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