Thanks to te good preparatory work of all Coureur blog friends, especially Uwe, the next steps were a little easier for me.

I decided to do the stern ceiling planks first.

Than I noticed that the deck clamp part 3A-2 has aforced guide due to the 4mm square rods. So I had to start with this part, since the other two, 3A-1 and 3A-3 depend on it.

Now the parts had tobe shaped. Since they are not really thin, this job was quite lengthy.

A lot of water and the steam generating soldering iron helped the bending process.

Now put part 3A-2 in position, press it against the square rods from below and fasten it with many clamps.

Now fit parts 3A-1 and 3A-3 into to bow and stern. Water, bend, fit.

Part 3A-3 requires special attention because it must be fitted to the curvature of the stern planking.

To install part 2A-4, the sqare rods had to be repositioned. No major problem thanks to Uwe's instructions.

But then I noticed that his green drawn rod, which is responsible for the exact position, had to smaller than 4mm. I used a 3mm piece from the grabble box.

That worked.

Part 2A-4 then had to be reworked in the rear to fit the window opening.