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    1955 Chris Craft 25 foot runabout speedboat
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    1-inch equals 1 foot wood planked scale model of a 1955 Chris Craft speed boat. I think this used to be a Dumas kit; however, I purchased an old plan set from ebay and used the patterns to cut parts on my little 8-inch band saw.


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    3 months ago by Aerostar55 ( Master Seaman)
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    I'm not sure if it is cedar. I think it might be redwood, salvaged from an old picnic table.
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    2 years ago by Aerostar55 ( Master Seaman)
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    Thank you !
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    2 years ago by Aerostar55 ( Master Seaman)
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    Yes, well I think so. We had a octagonal picnic table that had too many rotton boards to save, but I was able to salvage some of the brace timbers to cut into 1/2" X 3/32" planks for the speed boat.
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    2 years ago by Ron ( Rear Admiral)
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    Is that cedar strip?
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    2 years ago by Newby7 ( Admiral)
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    Nice work.
    Rick
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