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Carlos F: Perdomo's Scharnhorst in 1/128 scale

My Scharnhorst is 1:128 scale, based on a Fleetscale hull. I got some fitting from Radestock (Editors note, he is no longer in business.) and Loyalhanna Dockyard, where I also purchased the Electronic Speed Control and the Motors.

I have an Airtronics 6 channel Radio that I bought from Skip Asay , originally for a Sub and have an extra receiver for the ship.

Im planning the construction of a electro-mechanical multi-switch to make the main turrets rotate and elevate the barrels, and other functions like rotating of the range finders,the 15 cm guns and the catapult.

January, 2004 - Carlos sends in some new photos of his ship in the water, and the superstructure in progress...


Adrian's 1/96 scale USS Missouri

Adrian writes in from New Zealand, sending in these photos of his first model ship, and quite an ambitious one at that, a 1/96 scale model of the USS Missouri. She is built on a Scale Shipyard hull, with John Haynes fittings.  The superstructure was constructed from 5mm balsa sheet.  A very impressive effort!

April 7, 2006 Update

The Missouri is shown operating with Adrian's latest, a 1/96 scale USS Fletcher made from the Dean's Marine kit - another very well done model!


Paul Woulf's USS Klakring FFG-42 in 1/96 scale

Paul has been building this model for a bit over 3 weeks at this point.  It was based on a Scale Shipyard hull that Paul said was delivered remarkably quickly after his order was placed - about 3 1/2 weeks.  He has been using Scale Shipard fittings, and plans on making figures using Preiser railroad minatures as a basis.  We will post more pictures as we get them from Paul.

July, 2004 Update


Nils Lagergren's RMS Lusitania and Russian Cruiser Aurora in 1/100 scale

Nils sends in this photo from Sweden.  The ship behind is the "Indochine", built by Magnus Persson.  All the ships were scratchbuilt.


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