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Dumas Chris Craft Print Booklet
Author: frankburgess   Posts: 1   Photos: 2   Subscribers: 0   Views: 1096   Responses: 10   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Dumas Chris Craft - Posted: 6th Jan 2016
Hi gents

Thought you would like to see my latest Ebay acquisition. It very battered but I have lots of the bits! Its 31" long.
It is fitted with an escapement type steering device. The main motor is a 'Pitman A Panther' motor made by Pitman Developments, in USA, and there is a mechanical speed controller. It also has Eveready dry batteries of American manufacture

I believe this is an American kit, but because of the American equipment fitted may also have been built in America.

Any guesses to its age, and has anyone seen a picture of the complete boat to guide my rebuild?
The motor runs so I hope to retain that but fit modern controls.

Any ideas appreciated.

All the best

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Response by Brightwork on the 15th Nov 2017
That is the Chris Craft Catalina....
Response by Brightwork on the 15th Nov 2017
This is the model kit 1950's
Response by Brightwork on the 16th Nov 2017
these are the plans etc