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>> Home > Forum > Anything Website Related > ship hull blanks or bodys
ship hull blanks or bodys
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Forum Posts: 1
4th Feb 2017 00:31  
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Hello :
I am looking for a place to obtain plastic boat hulls .
They do not have to be scale or of a specific boat .
I am looking for some that are in the basic shape of a Damen research vessel ,or other type with a high bow line and then dropping to a flatter deck.
About 24" long and 8"+ wide .
Detail is not real important .
I wish I could be more precise but as its for a test project ....sssssssh black OPPs / Skunk Works .
Sorry for my odd post but as I'm going to use this for non rc project I'm not well versed in it .
thanks !

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Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1527
4th Feb 2017 09:17  
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Hi Welcome to the site.
I see from your profile that you are resident in the USA. There are suppliers in the UK and Europe but transport costs may make them costly.
Robbe used to do a kit of a similar vessel but at about twice the size.
Many hulls are made of fibreglass so would they suit your purpose?
You may like to look on

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