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    I received some plans today from Peter Green Models in the UK. Nice plans , very happy with them. Plans are for a WW2 salvage tug, Foundation Josephine/HMS SAMSONIA. Also received plans for a WW2 coaster HMS SARD. I plan on building both of them beginning this winter. Both will be built at .385 โ€œ to the foot so they will be large models. The Josephine will be 78 inches and Sard will be around 55 inches. I like to build in the .375 to the food scale.



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