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Build a Classic Diesel Tug Boat

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This is a picture of the Luna Tug Boat of Boston Harbor.

This kit looks like the Tug boat pictured above.
The model is a classic plastic model of Lindbergs' great
Diesel Tug Boat. Paint it any color you want your the Captain.
15" of great ship building nice detail kit# T144 - $38.95

Essential Skills Scale Modeling

Were you a teenager the last time
you built a model?

A step-by-step introduction to scale modeling basics.
Beginning scale modelers are full of questions:
What kinds of models are there? What kinds of tools
do I need? What glue works best?
How do I put a model together?
How are the decals applied?
Finally, Kalmbach offers answers to
all these beginner questions and more.

This new book is filled with more pictures
and how to articles than their other book.

List $21.95  Our Price BK01 19.95


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Built by Jim Morgan
I received the tugs. Thank you very much. I've built the Lindberg and
attached photos. That digital camera doesn't take very good pics but you get
the idea. It's "The Resilient" (I like to think a personality trait of mine)
out of Norfolk (where I served aboard military harbor tugs). Note the dented
stern, braided bumpers, tires from my daughter's broken toy cars, zinc
plates, barnacles on the hull, waving flag made from a rolling paper, radar
made from scratch, paint scheme matches living room where displayed, lines
and towing harness from household string and jewelry chain, open engine room
doors, sign on stack reads "Morgan Towing and Transportation", Antennae and
pike pole made from melted and stretched plastic "trees". I had a blast. Now
I'm ready to make a sister ship - "The Tenacious".

I love customers like Jim here is another version he has built with this
Lindberg kit with some parts from other kits to really soup this one up!

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