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July 5 2012 at 2:00 PM
Lauren A. Blakley  (Login USNChief)
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Response to Sounds like an old Combat Models kit

The length of hull varied from 96'6" to 173' depending on the era and class of boat.

No. 1-448 were 110' (WWI Era)
N0. 449-450 were 110' Experimental boats, 1 wood hull and 1 steel (Pre-WWII)
N0. 451-452 were 163' Experimental (Pre-WWII)
No. 453 was 111'5" Experimental (Pre-WWII)
No. 454 120' (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 455 96'6" (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 456 120' (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 457 106'9" (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 458 120' (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 459 172' (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 460 154' (Pre-WWII Yacht conv.)
No. 461-1569 were 173' (WWII Boats)

So I will need to know which one the kit is supposed to be. Cheers!

 
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