Endeavour 1934 - yacht J-class - 1:80 Amati

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Oops, I knew last night that I had forgotten to write something ...
However, I had said to myself before posting: "do not forget to specify that you did not stuff yourself on the pole, it is perfectly voluntary for aesthetic reasons of the final model (after try in the good sense) !!"
But I totally forgot to say it ... Excuse me!

And yes, I wanted to put the spinnaker on this side to see the front.
The hanging rope is actually a brass wire filled with white wire that rigidly separates the spinnaker from the hull ... :p
 
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hello healthy happy days
j class endeavour I'm looking for the plans of this beautiful yacht
maybe you can help me on this subject.

Thank you
Murat
 
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Hi Murat,
unfortunately I can't help you : the Endeavour plans have been damaged (rather destroyed...) while I had lent them to another modeler.
 
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sad incident because;
I've been looking for those plans for about 7 months, but unfortunately I couldn't find them.
Thank you very much for your interest.

Murat
 
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This brings joy to the heart. You've brought this model to life. Such a pleasure to see your art. Its inspired me to order a kit and get going. Thank you.
 
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I built this about 6 years ago, was almost done, but the site crashed and lost the build logs. I think after seeing yours, I may find the model and blow it up. LOL

Yours is excellent. How did you do the turnbuckles?
 
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