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Old 09-23-2019, 02:05 PM
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S.S. Carpathia

I just uploaded my 1/600 scale model of SS Carpathia. Carpathia was a cargo/passenger ship built in 1903 and sunk in 1918, by torpedo. Her big moment in history was that, in 1912 she rescued survivors of the Titanic sinking.

The kit has 5 pages of parts, 7 pages of instructions, mostly of my beta model in progress with notes, and several pages of various views, total of 15 pages.

As might be expected in this scale, there are a lot of really small parts. Tweezers and a magnifying glass would help.


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file has been approved

Edit: entry has been approved, no file to download

Wayne, if there is a problem, send the file to my email, forum name at gmail.com
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Excellent, thank you very much indeed !
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Glad to see another turn-of-the-20th-century merchant ship.

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Old 09-23-2019, 04:11 PM
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file has been approved

Edit: entry has been approved, no file to download

Wayne, if there is a problem, send the file to my email, forum name at gmail.com
I think I managed to upload it now.
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Old 09-23-2019, 04:40 PM
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I just uploaded my 1/600 scale model of SS Carpathia. Carpathia was a cargo/passenger ship built in 1903 and sunk in 1918, by torpedo. Her big moment in history was that, in 1912 she rescued survivors of the Titanic sinking.

The kit has 5 pages of parts, 7 pages of instructions, mostly of my beta model in progress with notes, and several pages of various views, total of 15 pages.

As might be expected in this scale, there are a lot of really small parts. Tweezers and a magnifying glass would help.


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very nice model. One question: Is this model waterline or full hull.
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I think I managed to upload it now.
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Yes you did, nice looking model
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very nice model. One question: Is this model waterline or full hull.
The picture in his first post, shows the completed model

It is waterline
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that is truly beautiful.....Well done.. Thank You!
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