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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Salvaged from pond
Salvaged from pond
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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 193
22nd Apr 2018 00:19  
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Salvaged from the bottom of the pond on it’s maiden voyage. My fault, quickly learned not to turn off the transmitter until the boat is removed from the water.

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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 520
22nd Apr 2018 01:24  
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Glad you were able to salvage her!
Looks like her crew has alot to clean!
Hope the electronics are OK!

"Fair winds calm Seas"

Forum Posts: 111
22nd Apr 2018 10:39  
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Looks a powerful little tug,what one is it.You we’re lucky to get it back.

(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 193
23rd Apr 2018 19:23  
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First two photos show trashed receiver and gunk in rudder post area. Last three show post-clean up.

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