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10 FT Model 1/87 scale 31

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 31Popular
Description: This model is 10 FT long and built to 1/87 scale, It was built using pictures from the internet, books and movies. The detail is magnificent, 56,000 needles were used for the rivets, It took father years to built the model for his son who is obsessed with Titanic.

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Last Update: 2007/1/30 3:48   Hits: 50283   Comments: 0  

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10 FT Model 1/87 scale 32

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 32Popular
Description: This model is 10 FT long and built to 1/87 scale, It was built using pictures from the internet, books and movies. The detail is magnificent, 56,000 needles were used for the rivets, It took father years to built the model for his son who is obsessed with Titanic.

For inquiries please email
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Last Update: 2007/1/30 3:48   Hits: 48825   Comments: 0  

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10 FT Model 1/87 scale 34

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 34Popular
Description: This model is 10 FT long and built to 1/87 scale, It was built using pictures from the internet, books and movies. The detail is magnificent, 56,000 needles were used for the rivets, It took father years to built the model for his son who is obsessed with Titanic.

For inquiries please email
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Last Update: 2007/1/30 3:48   Hits: 53910   Comments: 0  

Category Models

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 1

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 1Popular
Description: This model is 10 FT long and built to 1/87 scale, It was built using pictures from the internet, books and movies. The detail is magnificent, 56,000 needles were used for the rivets, It took father years to built the model for his son who is obsessed with Titanic.

For inquiries please email
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Last Update: 2007/1/29 22:19   Hits: 50804   Comments: 0  

Category Models

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 11

10 FT Model 1/87 scale 11Popular
Description: This model is 10 FT long and built to 1/87 scale, It was built using pictures from the internet, books and movies. The detail is magnificent, 56,000 needles were used for the rivets, It took father years to built the model for his son who is obsessed with Titanic.

For inquiries please email
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Last Update: 2007/1/29 22:18   Hits: 41539   Comments: 0  

Category Models

DCP_4226.jpg

DCP_4226.jpgPopular
Description: Hi i just built a 10 FT. model of the titanic its 1/87 scale would be very happy to show them to the peopl on this sit.It took me five years working on and off.Cut down 56.000 stright pins for rivets.My son got started building this ship he love it so much.He told me that no one makes a large model of titanic.So i got books pics. and the moive that i watch over and over .if i could not find what i was looking for. ITs radio control lites up and the grand stair case. in joy the pics. all hand made not a kit. John
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Last Update: 2007/1/27 23:16   Hits: 54746   Comments: 0  

Category Models

735.jpg

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Submitter :Guest
Last Update: 2007/1/22 7:03   Hits: 82686   Comments: 0  

Category Titanic

The Titanic Phenomenon

The Titanic PhenomenonPopular
Description:
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Last Update: 2007/1/17 23:33   Hits: 8158   Comments: 0  

Category The Ulster Folk and Transport museum

De Lorean DMC-12

De Lorean DMC-12Popular
Description: The De Lorean DMC-12 is a sports car which was manufactured by the De Lorean Motor Company from 1981 through 1983. It is most commonly known as the De Lorean, as it was the only model ever produced by the company. The DMC-12 featured gull-wing doors with a brushed stainless steel body. It was famously featured in the Back to the Future trilogy.

The first prototype appeared in March 1977, and production officially began in 1981 (with the first DMC-12 rolling off the production line on January 21) at the DMC factory in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland. During its production, several aspects of the car were changed, such as the hood (bonnet) style, wheels and interior. Around 8,583 DMC-12s were made before production fizzled in late 1982, with final production taking place in early 1983. Today, about six thousand DeLorean Motor Cars are believed to still exist.

Despite being produced in Northern Ireland, DMC-12s were primarily intended for the American market. Therefore, all of the production models were left-hand drive (designed to be driven on the right side of the road), limiting its popularity in the United Kingdom, where traffic travels on the left. Only four right-hand drive De Loreans were ever produced, converted by specialized mechanics for use in the UK.


This real car is continuously on display at
Ulster transport museum, photo taken on July 2006
at Cultra, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Last Update: 2006/12/25 3:20   Hits: 15020   Comments: 0  

Category The Ulster Folk and Transport museum

Steaming into history

Steaming into historyPopular
Description: http://serendigity.net
Steaming Into History, RMS Titanic on April 14th 1912.
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Last Update: 2006/11/29 14:25   Hits: 81343   Comments: 1  

Category Rendered 3d

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