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Hi-Torque

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Saturday, October 1st 2011, 4:11pm

HMV "Stettin" 1:250

Hi Friends,

Another HMV new release, the "Stettin" is one of the last operating steamships in Germany. Benjamin tells me the Lasercut set will be available in the coming days. He also, on a side note mentioned he did the control build (which looked quite lovely on display) in 3 afternoons of work.

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Cris
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Albrecht Pirling

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Saturday, October 1st 2011, 4:19pm

Eisbrecher Stettin

Hallo Chris, das ist ein sehr schönen Modell. Ich habe es vor ca. 15 Jahren schon gebaut. Das Schiff trägt den Namen meiner Heimatstadt. Und in einem Buch habe ich ein Bild gesehen, wo der Eisbrecher Stettin im Eis in Aktion ist.

Herzliche Grüße Albrecht

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Saturday, October 1st 2011, 9:56pm

Hello Albrecht,

Yes is it a most beautiful ship. And luckily named! I look forward to building her someday. Who was the original publisher? And did Mr. Brandt design her then as well?

Thank you and Kind Regards,

Cris

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