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Revell vii c

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  • Revell vii c

    Happy Easter to every one from my confinement in Madrid. Need help because have had a catastrophic problema while openning the aft lower flooding holes in the submarine hull. I have had to reshape the area with hard putty after two failed repairing attemps. So the holes pattern is lost. Any suggestion? Because can't fid the way to make a template to scribe or mark the pattern to drill again.

  • #2
    When I did my type VIIC, I looked at these follod holes and decided not to to cut them out! If you can find someone with another Type VIIC pehaps you could take a cast of them using a clay or putty that sets up hard? you could then ink the protruding drains and transfer to your hull.


    • #3
      I have another VII C! Built, but available to do what you propose. Thanks a lot!