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Featuring MotionModels.com

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A Quick Guide

There are twelve photos of the ship, taken from different angles. They have been placed in a lightbox that allows you to select any photo from the thumbnails to see a much larger version of the photo. Once you have clicked on one of the circular thumbnail images, you will have the option of moving through the photo collection by clicking on either the left arrow or the right arrow on each side of the image. Click on the "X" at the top right corner of the page to go back to the photo grid. One more thing. While you are in the lightbox, there are tools at the top of the page. Pay close attention to the magnifying glass icon. As the symbol suggests, you can zoom in on the photo in order to see more detail. Zoom to your heart's content. You can also pan around the image using your pointing device or, if on a tablet, swipe around with your finger. Explore and enjoy!

Motion Models

The photos in this section are of the USS Cambria (APA-32), a Bayfield-class transport very similar to USS Elmore. The model was built by Motion Models of Coral Springs, FL. Motion Models is a cross between a talent factory and a dream machine. These people have talent and it shows. They are the best at what they do. Their models are indeed "museum quality", as they are the ones with models in most of the large museums. They can make you a finely-detailed replica of any ship from 2 feet to 20 feet. I am very impressed with their craftsmanship and attention to detail. It is my dream to have Motion Models build a replica of USS Elmore. I am saving up my pennies and hope to put in an order with them within the next year or two.



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