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Palamo's Fishing boat Print Booklet
Author: GARTH   Posts: 2   Photos: 4   Subscribers: 0   Views: 161   Responses: 2   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Frames glued up & water test. - Posted: 8th Feb 2019
Just a couple more photos of the fishing boat & sealed hull with gorilla wood glue then a coat of 2 part finishing epoxy in the inside . The boat is small enough to float in the kitchen sink

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Response by Puddle-pirate on the 9th Feb 2019
Very nice -
Palamo's Fishing boat - Posted: 28th Jan 2019
Well it's winter here in Hamilton Ontario & I decided to R/C a kit by Ocio Creativo 1/45 scale length 410 mm fishing boat .The model is a static kit so the trick will be installing all the R/C equipment . The challenge is the bulk heads are solid & will need to be modified for motor ,stuffing box , battery ,Etc .

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Response by Joe727 on the 28th Jan 2019
That's a nice looking kit, I like fishing boats, all work boats in general. Should be a fun challenge, but looks very doable in RC. Good luck!