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Hello!

Thank You for posting this book.I hav the same book. :jumping::jumping::jumping:

All the best

Nesredep

You are welcome: Can you scan it and show more of the pages of the book for more details of the E-Boat?

Does it have the Specs of the E-boat writen in it?

Lorenzo

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This is an excellent piece! I would recommend you add some rust stains (or were you going for the new out of the factory look?) but other than that its beautiful! All the best, Jon

I'd go easy on the rust stains. It's a wooden hull isn't it?

Jellytwig.

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Nice model, It can escort My light cruiser out of the harbor for her first sortie. I like the depth charges on the rear as most contries that made any kind of Torpedo Patrol boat ussually put some kind of anti submarine weapon on them, however do to thier size they ran in packs ussually and for a sub attack they ussually had to be fairly sure wear the target was as to not use the ammo to quickly.

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