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    (Working Vessel) Orca
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    Boat Length
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    7 years ago by ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Commodore-H
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    Scratch built Orca from movie "Jaws"
    Built from one 2 x 4!
    " We're gonna need a bugger boat"

    seeing my models people often ask if its a kit, and how much does it cost. Here I am holding the kit, one piece of wood, price $1.85

    Here is the Orca in its carrying case. I found that this kind of carrier works well for me. it allows me to carry the boat in one hand leaving the other free to open doors, etc .It also makes it easy to put the boat down and pick it up again and protects it during transport. (Motor: Scratch built) (ESC: Viper) (10/10)

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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: (Working Vessel) Orca
    7 months ago by ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Hi CommodoreH, I'd love to see more pictures of your "Orca" and some videos if you have them.

    I know it's been seven years.

    A model absolutely from scratch, or rather from a wooden plank and then all ingenuity and work.

    What do you mean by "Motor: Scratch built"?



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