Construction of the RV Moerindam – Part 1

When two model builders decide to do something unique, the results can be rather surprizing. This was the case when Colin Rudert and Rudy Maritz, responded to a “boat for sale” advertisement on facebook. The Tug was originally built about 30 years ago and last saw water in 2004. The owner decided to sell it…

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