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Royal Iris - Posted: 3 years ago by Trillium
Another Mersey ferry and another Royal Iris. This is 1:64 scale (3/16":ft), measures 29" long and weighs 11lbs. Powered by NiMH 6V batteries and Electronize 365-14 motors. It is fitted with either a self-contained sound system playing the 60's "Liverpool sound " music, or fitted with 12V NiMH batteries to illuminate the lights.

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DAPA DUCK - Posted: 3 years ago by paulsmith
MEET MY POSH DUCK DAPA NOT A LOT TO SAY ABOUT THIS ONLY A MOMENT OF MADNESS WHEN WALKING ROUND THE GARDENING CENTER .

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Response by shavings on the 10th Jul 2016
Pa ul, you are a man after my own heart! Always wanted to do a duck that barked at bystanders!
roger

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MR ROWEY - Posted: 3 years ago by paulsmith
MR ROWEY MADE THIS A VERY LONG TIME AGO THE MECHANISM THAT WORKS THE PADDLES IS MADE FROM A WASHING MACHINE TIMER WORKS WELL ON THE WATER . AND YOU CAN JUST SEE HIS MATE INSIDE WITH HIM EDD THE DUCK THAT HE USELESSLY DRAGS ROUND WITH HIM.

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Response by Dave M on the 7th Aug 2015
Interesting to see this model We used to have a visitor who had made a similar rowing model. I believe he used Meccano parts and springs.
It would be interesting to see the workings of your model. You could post in the build blog with some pics.
Posts will be easier for members to read if you don't use all capitals, please.

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fun boat - Posted: 3 years ago by paulsmith
another one of my fairground that I restored and still looking for more.

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My old fairground boat - Posted: 3 years ago by paulsmith
I have a small collection of old fairground boats that I have restored that I got off eBay something about them I love.

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Police Launch 1.12 Scale - Posted: 3 years ago by SkipperVGMBC
Police (Scotland) 1.12 scale. made from a Semi-Kit by Models by Design, built 2014.
This Is modelled from the Interceptor42 range by Safehaven Marine. This Is my first full build of a model, having only done restorations previously.
Model length Is some 42 Inch, beam of 12 Inch. (106cm x 31cm)
Power Is by twin E-Max BL2826 Brushless motors and 1, 80amp speed controller running on 2 NiMH 7.2 volts.
Fitted with Action electronics Police siren, and with detailed rotating blue lights and searchlights.
I sail this at Cold Knap Lake Barry Vale of Glamorgan, and I am the Founding member of the Vale Of Glamorgan Model Boat Club.
Also Included Is my Portland Pilot Interceptor 42 which was the original prototype from Models by Design which I purchased and added lighting etc, this runs on Brushless motor running on 12Volt lead acid.
Visit our website at http://vgmbc.org/

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Noels Raft - Posted: 3 years ago by Northumbrian
This Is a raft that one of our members Noel built from bean cans soldered together powered by a blower motor /12v 9mah battery It Is a model of his fathers full size raft made from 45gallon drums powered by a car engine It was sailed off Cresswell near Newbiggin by the sea It made headlines In the local newspapers as Noel can no longer join us at the lake due to his failing health I will keep It and sail It on his behalf and use It as a rescue craft

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RAF RSL - Posted: 3 years ago by McCluskey
Designer: Vic Smeed

A 1:12 scale model of a Thorneycroft RAF launch, length 43in., beam 12.5in Suitable for 2.5cc upwards. Excellent for R/C. Completely detailed on two large sheets.
Myhobbystore uk. MM412

I built this Range Safty Launch two years ago and I am now changing the hull paintwork to also Include a water line. I never got around to doing this for some reason.

Range Saftey Launch

I purchased the plans for this model after my late father passed away, he too was building this model but failed to finish It before he died. My father was an Ex RAF Patrol boat pilot, hence the design was appropriate. The plans (Two sheets) are really well presented and easy to use. Each of the sheets provide ample detail to construct the basic model and If you are an experienced builder then these should suffice. However, a little research may be required to put the final touches together for the completed model (If you are a perfectionist like me). These plans are suitable for a novice as a first time project. This being my first attempt at a scale model. The boat once completed sails really well. I fitted mine out with electric motors, speed controller etc and when on the water a few heads turned! Fantastic plans GO FOR IT! Roy McCluskey

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Rowley - Posted: 4 years ago by JediErn
Started 1 Oct 2014. Designed by Bennett to take an action man figure. I decided to use a drawing manikin. First try was without manikin and a great success. Still working on It to get Manakin rowing properly. 8Th feb tested and a sucsess but does not like strong wind.

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White Star Line "Caledonia" - Posted: 4 years ago by 4clubs
Another glass case model In my collection.
Holds some significance for me as my Grandfather was the Head Chef on this liner. He died on-board near the Bermuda triangle and was buried at sea In 1938.

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