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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Gold for the price of Plywood
Gold for the price of Plywood
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sonar
(Admiral)





Forum Posts: 134
19th Apr 2017 11:37  
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Hoping to take the Ayton Cross for the very first sail this week end coming.

But it weighs quite a bit.
So I thought A quick trip to the local tip and see if I can find some small wheels.

BUT I found a working Golf trolley.

Had to think about it on the spot and yes It will do.

Brought it hame and with the minimum amount of messing about
It now works as a model boat transporter.
With the added benefit that it all folds down for storage.
Cost £4. but well worth it.
Made so it will hold either the Ayton Cross or the big Blue hull.

So weather permitting I may be able to have a sail soon.


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I much prefer the company of older woman but as the years go by there are less and less about..
John
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 66
19th Apr 2017 19:34  
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£4 Bargain!


Happy sailing.

John.