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    LADY IN PINK - FAIRMILE B
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    πŸ“ LADY IN PINK - FAIRMILE B
    1 month ago by JOHN ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi there, I built this model a good few years with the help of the late John Lambert and the Historian, James D Dorrian and it's coming up to the anniversary of the Raid on St Nazaire to which this Launch (which I built) was based on. It was ML268 and was classed as a free French Launch; so here is a build of mine in pictures.
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    πŸ’¬ Re: LADY IN PINK - FAIRMILE B
    1 month ago by Colin H ( Lieutenant)
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    Wow!!! Great model. Looks good on the water.
    Cheers Colin.
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    πŸ’¬ Re: LADY IN PINK - FAIRMILE B
    1 month ago by RNinMunich ( Fleet Admiral)
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    Exquisite! 😎
    Esp. the diagonal planking, what a shame to have to hide it under admiralty grey paintπŸ€”
    I also have many John Lambert plans, esp. his WW2 weaponry series, but he never popped round to help me 😭
    Hat off for a really excellent museum quality result, Cheers, Doug 😎
    BTW; apropos Operation Chariot; I have a 1:350 kit of Campbeltown I'm considering 'kit bashing' as she was modified for the raid to look like a German Torpedo Boat.
    Then converting to RC a la 'Plastic Magic'.

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