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(Photo Gallery: oceanliners) RMS LUSITANIA by knuckledragger (Recruit)
Here is the last shot of the lady Lusitania in the scale of 1/350 makes this a very sizable model to be hold.  Posted: 2 hours ago

(Photo Gallery: oceanliners) RMS LUSITITANIA by knuckledragger (Recruit)
Here is another view of the Lusitania this is the starboard quarter shot. A Beautiful ship she is sunk May 7th 1915 13 miles off of the little head of kinsale in 300 feet of water.  Posted: 2 hours ago

(Photo Gallery: oceanliners) RMS LUSITANIA by knuckledragger (Recruit)
Ahoy Here is a display model I built it is the late great RMS LUSITANIA scale 1/350 built for show only it took me 7 months to build a one of a kind kit something you don't see everyday built from a kit mostly scratch built did not like some of the kit parts so I made my own.   Posted: 2 hours ago

(Power Setup) RNLB KENNETH THATWELL by arun_classRNLB (Apprentice)
[Score: 10/10] 34" RNLB KENNETH THATWELL Capable of 5mph and a runtime of 60mins Twin Propellors (4 Blade 40mm) Direct Drive Powered by NiCad (7.2v) Batteries - Comments: 6 to build kit model from metcalf moldings  Posted: 5 hours ago

(Forum) Precedent Huntsman 461/2 inch by restin (Sub-Lieutenant)
Hi Mark, Prop stayed on OK but will be adding thread lock as you suggested. Boat took a real hammering on the rough water but only took 1 thimble full of water in half an hour of boating hell. Hard to say if the boat planed or not, the water was so rough and the wind was very strong. Found that I had the Set the rudder up wrong and had the motor terminals round wrong way that caused a collis...  Posted: 7 hours ago

(Forum) Precedent Huntsman 461/2 inch by jarvo (Lieutenant)
HI Glyn This might be a bit late but add a drop of thread lock to the prop, also make sure the locknut is tight. If the weather was as bad down your end you may not have sailed the boat. Dont forget post some pics Mark  Posted: 24 hours ago
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