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Higman Leader Push Boat Print Booklet
Author: metalikhajoe   Posts: 1   Photos: 8   Subscribers: 0   Views: 178   Responses: 11   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Higman Leader Push Boat - Posted: 1st May 2017
Hello everyone! I finally found a boat I can build.Got a few pix and a data for the Higman Leader Boat. I will scratch build the boat and have started drawing. Cut my drawings and here is what I have accomplished so far. The boat will be 36 in (length) and 11.5 in (breadth). Its still in cardboard box material for now. Will do the final model on marine plywood.😎All your inputs are welcome as I am a newbie in this hobby. Thanks!

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Response by figtree7nts on the 4th May 2017
You've done a great job cutting the superstructure out of cardboard. how about making her superstructure out of 1/16" marine ply. It would be light and strong!👍
Response by metalikhajoe on the 4th May 2017
Hello everyone. Thanks for your suggestions. Ok will keep the superstructure light and just make the hull heavier to keep it stable. Thanks so much.

Best regards to all.

joel
Response by John on the 10th May 2017
Hi Joel, Have you made any progress?

John.