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Dainesh
(Chief Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 7
20th Feb 2017 20:02  
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Hello guys,

This is a really good website wotrh to look around.
http://www.nostalgianavy.com/english1.htm#News!

TheBlacksmith
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 6
25th Feb 2017 23:44  
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no detail or description of plans seems like pot luck to me

Dainesh
(Chief Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 7
9th Mar 2017 11:08  
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OK. What else would you like to see in the details?

Dave M
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 1353
9th Mar 2017 17:07  
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Hi Dainesh
Had a look at the site and there are some nice scale models. The plans give the name of the ship and scale but don't give a picture of the actual vessel. The period appears to be late 20th century Austro- Hngarian and there are outline line drawing on the site. There are no samples of the plans which could help determine the detail, but judging by the models shown the standard is high.
Have you built a model using the plans?


Live long and prosper

Dave
Dainesh
(Chief Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 7
9th Mar 2017 21:08  
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Hi Dave,

Thank you. That is a really good point what you wrote. I forward it to the owner of the website. He is my friend and he made the drawings after a lots of research in Hungary, Austria and Croatia. In some cases in Italy.
Quick help: http://www.kriegsmarine.at/
I was have some scale models like on the website. One of them is in my harbour, and you can find it among the For Sale/Wanted that is the 1st World War Torpeedoboat.That is the TB XI, but I have the TB IV as well. Above this I have some drawings Nostalgianavy here in the UK.

Dave M
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 1353
10th Mar 2017 08:05  
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Hi Dainesh
Glad to help. Many sellers just photocopy a small part of the plan to illustrate what detail may be expected in the full version.
I hope the e-mail you posted was for your friend who is selling the plans. Generally it is not a good idea to share e-mails if they relate to individuals as it can result in spam mail.
I will look at the posts you suggest when I have time.
Dave


Live long and prosper

Dave