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Royaloakmin

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Saturday, April 26th 2008, 5:55pm

CFM-Admiralty Motor Trawler-1:250

First off, I want to thank Wolfram for making CFP and this model known to us, and his build was the inspiration for this model. I did simplify the ventilators, and I also used Wolfram's rigging technique; thanks very much. CFP did a fine job on this little cutie, and I intend to build more of their ships in the future.

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Saturday, April 26th 2008, 7:53pm

RE: CFM-Admiralty Motor Trawler-1:250

Moin Royaloakmin,

nice Job! I like those tiny little ones, too!

Hope to see more of it soon, keep on glueing!

Munter,

Jyrn.

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Saturday, April 26th 2008, 7:57pm

RE: CFM-Admiralty Motor Trawler-1:250

Hello Royaloakmin!

Nice build! It seems to me that you have used a mixture of my technique (fastening the rigging as soon as possible) and Horst' Trick (stiffening the rigging with some glue).
Looks like you were more lucky than me with this, i had to completey scrap my first attempt.

Yours

Wolfram
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Sunday, April 27th 2008, 1:28am

Yes, rigging is my bugaboo. I used invisible thread but did not stiffen it. Next time. it was very hard to glue it at the mast truck, because the superglue does not dry very fast. Thank you all for the kind words.

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Sunday, April 27th 2008, 9:06am

I like very much this boat. Ii is a very well build miniature.

Thank you for showing it.

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Sunday, April 27th 2008, 7:25pm

This model is a good choice for a first time ship builder. Thank you.
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