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Old 01-17-2007, 06:41 AM
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Default Sultana and Phantom Hull templates

Hello everyone,

It has been a while since I have been here as I was doing projects all over the globe last summer.

I have purchased an older version of the Model Shipways Sultana and Phantom solid hull models. They did not come with any of the new hull templates for carving the hull. I am having trouble getting the correct curves.

Does anyone have a copy of these hull templates? and if so, how could I get a set of these hull templates?

Thank you.

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Default Re: Suana and Phantom Hull templates

Jerry:
As Jeff said, E-mail MS . If you purchased the kits, no matter how long ago, they will replace any missing parts free of charge.

E-mail their "parts dept." , not "customer service dept.", with your request (they don't seem to talk to each other and cust. serv. will refer you to parts any way.).
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