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Norseman 3:16

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About Norseman 3:16

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  • Birthday January 14

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    www.abingdonipms.co.uk

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Newbury - member of Abingdon IPMS
  • Interests
    Trucks, Sci-Fi, Ships (starting) and Weathering!

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  1. I bought a kit at Telford and discovered a few damaged bits when I got it home. Although new it was not the latest offering and was wondering what to do. I contacted the Revell help service and they were great. An initial email acknowledging my request A personal email telling me that it was being dealt with in Germany A letter from Germany giving rough timescales for replacement the bits arrived just before Christmas Well done Revell!
  2. That is a lovely looking ship. At 1:700, amazing work!! Can you tell us how long the finished model is? inspiring!!
  3. As has been stated already - I saw this great piece of work at Telford and took some pics. It is now on our club website as one the highlights of the weekend. Great work - well done!!!
  4. Thanks for the comments. Yes the box is a good place to put the batteries and wiring mess!! It was at the Abingdon show also - I am an Abingdon member. I think you tried to see me at our stand in Telford. Delighted to see that you are making your own Nautilus - drop me a line and let me know how you are getting along.
  5. Thanks for the kind words - i've not long been at this hobby (late starter) but am really enjoying every minute.
  6. I thought I would share some pics of my Nautilus. I have learnt a great deal in building this kit including: soldering and lighting; using plaster of paris; and persisting with photo-etch. I hope you like it.
  7. My turn at trying to load from Flickr....
  8. Thanks Chris - I did have a look and found the guide holes (must wear specs next time).
  9. Hi Everybody, I am a 'returning' modeller and am loving finding out all the new methods that are around. I have bought the Pegasus Nautilus kit and am keen to get started. A quick question - In the first panel of the instructions it asks for two holes to be drilled in the hull parts A1 and A2. Can anybody tell me why are they needed? What size should they be? And precisely where should they be? Maybe I am just being thick - if so, I apologise. Thanks in anticipation for any help at all. Cheers Norseman
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