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Build This Beautiful Wooden Ship Model Free!
« on: June 19, 2007, 11:53:58 PM »
This is an interesting offer from a kit supplier. Especially for someone looking to get started in the hobby. Completely kit form. follow the detailed plans and a history of the Phantom is also included. The supplier designates this as an Entry Level project and offers it to you free if you complete their tasks requirements within six months, Follow their procedures and this will save you money on that second project. That's it ...paint included.
Anyone doing this post your photos of your project here.
This is their offer.

PHANTOM "BUILD FOR FREE" OFFER WITH TOOLS/PAINTS Build This Beautiful Wooden Ship Model Free! New York Pilot Boat - Model Shipways - Solid Hull Kit
Our No-Risk Offer!
Order the Phantom kit today. Complete it within six months and send us the packing slip plus four photos of your finished model. We will give you a merchandise credit for $69.99 good toward any other Model Shipways kit (over 20 available).

Get Everything You Need To Build Your Phantom—FREE!
Order now and we’ll include a 60-pg. modeler’s guide, 24-pc. tool set, glue, 4 bottles of paint & 2 brushes, FREE of charge—a $38 value!

Includes Copper Sheathing & Basswood Launching Ways!
Even if you've never built a model before, you can build this beautiful pilot schooner. Kit includes pre-carved basswood hull, brass & cast metal fittings, rigging line, copper hull plating, basswood launching ways, clear plans & detailed instructions.

Designed as a pilot schooner by Dennison Lawlor, the Phantom was built in 1868. On March 14, 1886, as New York Pilot Boat #11, she rescued 852 people from the sinking British liner S.S. Oregon off the coast of Long Island. Phantom was lost during the great blizzard of ’88, going ashore at Sandy Hook, New Jersey with the total loss of the vessel, boatkeeper, cook and four seamen.

Entry Level • Model Shipways Kit No. MS2027BT

Length 13-1/2" / Height 13-1/2" / Scale 1/8" = 1 ft. (1:96)

« Last Edit: October 28, 2007, 02:24:16 PM by magus »
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