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Dusek D005 Viking Longship Plank-On-Frame Wood Ship Model Kit 135 Scale

The original was constructed primarily of oak wood about the year 1060 in Dublin. In the case of no wind, there were 60 oars. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Boats & Ships”. The seller is “modelexpo33020″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide. Brand: […]

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Bluejacket 5/8= 1′ Scale Maine Lobster Boat, Plank-on-Frame Wood Ship Model Kit

The box is open but everything inside is new, and complete. This kit features plank-on-frame construction. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Thanks for looking and please check out my other listings. New items being added every week. The item “Bluejacket 5/8= 1′ Scale Maine Lobster Boat, Plank-on-Frame Wood Ship Model Kit” […]

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Mantua/Sergal782 HMS-Victory 178 Scale Plank-On-Frame Wood Ship Model Kit

This is not a week-end project. No, it’s more like a year-long investment in the joy of reconstructing in miniature the greatest sailing warship in naval history and leaving a legacy of fine model building. I’ve seen them all… HMS Victory kits from other manufacturers… And although this kit was designed in 1971 I’ve yet […]

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Sergal HMS-Victory 178 Scale Plank-On-Frame Wood Ship Model Kit

This is a Sergal kit from the early 1980’s. Sergal merged with Mantua and it is now produced under the Mantua label. All frames and large pieces are pre-cut. UNLIKE THE RECENT VERSIONS, THERE ARE NO LASER CUT PARTS IN THIS KIT. The box has a taped up tear in the corner but all parts […]

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Mamoli MV58 Surprise Wood Plank-On-Frame Ship Model Kit Scale 175

Kit contains laser cut frames and false keel. Double planked in beech and walnut. Most fittings are cast white metal, blocks, dead-eyes and belaying pins are walnut. It was a French sloop with 24 canons LUnite. It’s name was changed and it joined the British navy as a frigate with 32 canons. In 1799 it […]

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