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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:56 pm 
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Lot's of subject matter at Savo to choose from. Then you can move on to later battles!

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2020 12:45 am 
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This is yet another real masterpiece all around!

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Thanks, Timothy and Frank! :wave_1:
Cadman wrote:
Lot's of subject matter at Savo to choose from. Then you can move on to later battles!
Very true about Savo subjects - no plans to move on at this moment ;)

Actually, I am at 8 out of 11 of my original plan for the Savo collection but I am not quite happy to start the inadequate kits available for the remaining ship classes (Midships for Bagley and Wilson and the old Tamiya for Yubari). So I started researching and making preparations to build the other direct and indirect participants already during the spring lockdown. The most immediate will most likely be the Astoria but I think I´ll end up starting more ships in parallel so that I can move from one to another while waiting for parts, custom PE production etc. Let´s see how it will go.

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You could go for the USS Blue. Maybe when Kraken hobbies comes out with their conversion sets.



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That's what I'm hoping for. I am in touch with Matt trying to help to make it happen. The Bagleys were almost identical in 42.

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