Will everard Model kit
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Scale : 1/67 |
Length (cm) : 22,8" / 58 cm
Data sheet WILL EVERARD
|Type of product||Ship model kit|
|Assembly||to be assembled and painted|
|Paint and glue||To be bought separately|
|Length (cm)||22,8" / 58|
|Box size (cm)||59 x 30 x 7|
Ship model WILL EVERARD
Originally, the name of this ship was WILL EVERARD.
Built in 1925-1926 by FT Everard and his son, originating in Great Yarmouth, the WILL EVERARD was the last of four ships 280 tonnes.
It was built with a steel hull and was used by the Everard family for over 40 years, for the cabotage along the east coast of England, around the islands and the English Channel.
A diesel engine was mounted there in 1951, but in 1967, it was decided to put off WILL EVERARD navigation.
After nine years of immobility, the boat WILL EVERARD was purchased in 1976 by Overseas Container Ltd..Since then, the ship has sailed into European waters, made several trips around England and visited more than 50 mainland ports.
The box contains all the parts laser cut wood and metal attachments.'s600 have particularism Billing Boats series models authority to be built flat on the half-shells which are then assembled against another.
This method facilitates the construction, these models are particularly destination born beginners.
Length 580 mm
Width 120 mm
Height 490 mm
Paint and glue : To be bought separately
The tools, paints and glue are not provided.
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Reference : 052601
Other tags : S052601 - S5261 - 5261
Ship model kit - to be assembled and painted - Paint and glue to be bought separately
Scale : 1:67 -Box size : 59 cm x 30 cm x 7 cm
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