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My Revell Gato.

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  • My Revell Gato.

    This is my second submarine the Gato.

  • #2
    Originally posted by pjdog View Post
    This is my second submarine the Gato.
    Good looking work there. Need anything?

    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"


    • #3
      Manifolds for the snort system. I need Caswell inc to sell manifolds. You sent me a set of two (2) that I used on my first Revell type VII/C wolf pack. I used the second set on the Gato. I've got another fittings kit and type VII S/D coming for the new Revell type VII C/ Atlantic Version . I'll need manifolds for the snort system on that boat. It's come out really nice.

      I'm still struggling with the forward dive planes on the Gato but the good folks on the forum have been sending me lots of pictures so I no excuse not to get them installed correctly. At least now I've got the idea of what works and what goes where.