Depends on what "model" you're talking about.
If you mean the Motorola 20F2, almost; I've milled out the Radio Tuner faceplate and the TV Screen as a faceplate, both of which will be glued onto the front of actual wood. The Record Changer is also milled out and will fit into a cabinet that has all the essential parts made, but not yet glued together. I've found it better to glue things together only when I've got everything else completed and know it will fit inside.
If you mean the model boat itself, yes -again almost finished. It is 4½ ft. long, has twin electric motors, more than 8 interior and exterior light circuits and is fully furnished inside (right down to toothpaste in the head and kleenex tissues in the master stateroom). All the doors open & close, each cabin/room has its own flooring, wallpaper and lighting. When I get the Rasp working (programmed) it will have a full sound system including vintage Radio programs and TV shows as well as seasonal music, an intercom system and engine sounds tied to the throttle. I've got a few more "bells & whistles" planned for it, but they're down the road a bit. I'll be very happy if I can get some of this working in my lifetime!
I've ordered my Rasp Pi and I'm just going through the Tutorials you folks have to make sure I have/order all the pieces to do all of them.
Thanks again for all your help & time, I really do appreciate it. Thanks Barry
PS: Like I said before you'll most likely be hearing from me again as I get lost in this New World of Raspberry Pi.