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Scratchbuilt RAF FIRE Boat - Posted: 4 years ago by veecee27
Single 550 Brushed Motor and Reversible ESC, 2S LiPo, 2.4GHz Radio System, Turnigy Blue Prop, 2 x 9G servos for rudder and lights.

Functional Nav Lights and wailing siren.

OA Length 690 mm, Beam 180 mm, AUW 1656 grams.

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46" Original Aerokits Fireboat find - Posted: 4 years ago by Dave M
I have just acquired a part built original kit. I will be restoring this to Its full potential In due course but am sharing the pics for now. I will post as a build blog.
Condition Is good and the build seems to be to a good standard. I Intend to replace the single proptube with a double and use a couple of brushless motors. 👍

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Response by Flack on the 21st Oct 2013
Good one Dave - I look forward to watching your blog with Interest.

Shaun

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Scratchbuilt RAF Crash Tender - Posted: 4 years ago by veecee27
Following the legendary Keil Kraft Eezebilt plans for a Royal Air Force Crash Tender boat from the 1950's.. Plans exploded to 130%. Trying to build It completely out of Foam Board.

Completed model should be around 27" In length.

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Response by bednall on the 4th Jun 2015
I'd like to have a go at making this model.
Any Idea where I can get plans like yours, Ie for free

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RAF Crash Boat - Posted: 4 years ago by raj002
These are photos of my build of the Kitshack 46" RAF Crash Tender. It Is powered by 2 brushless motors through two esc connected via y lead

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Response by raj002 on the 22nd Oct 2013
All going well. Had trouble uploading photos at last update. Will try to update tonight. Think you have seen my more detailed photos on picasa web
Response by KitShackModels on the 22nd Oct 2013
HI yes Darrell has shown me, they look good and will be looking forward to seeing more.

Chris

KitShack

Dont forget to checkout our new Website which will be live In the next 48hrs hopefully, Also add us on FaceBook.

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Response by KitShackModels on the 26th Jan 2014
The latest pics look great, keep up the good work.

KitShack Models
www.kitshackmodels.com

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Cleveland Endeavor - Posted: 5 years ago by volusiagb
This vessel will set sail again 25years after her maiden voyage, just got to get her seawearthy again.

Steve

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34" Fireboat with Sunderland Flying Boat - Posted: 5 years ago by dbninja
here Is my 34" 1/16 scale Fireboat with the ultimate accessory..

my 1/16 scale Sunderland Flying Boat! which was test flown today

got to be the first time In 70 years that these two were seen on the water together..

David

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Response by wombatjames on the 29th Nov 2013
I didnt know you could fly off Poole Park lake?
Response by Aeronut1 on the 6th Dec 2013
Well done Brian, my proposed 1/12 scale Sunderland has been set back a while due to working currently on 5 metre span glider SF27M - the M denotes motor (retractable electric on pylon), trying for completion by May 2014.

NB: 1/12 scale Sunderland (Palmer) plans (& CNC cut part kit) are available from Belair Kits, Dereham, Norfolk



Jim
Response by circle43nautical on the 6th Jan 2018
BRAVO ZULU! WELL DONE

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Raf RTTL - Posted: 5 years ago by Bluethunder
Restored RTTL, launched at Hinckley MBC In 2011, previously scratch built and a little scruffy..looks a treet now.

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FIRE BOAT - Posted: 5 years ago by derekhensey
A recent purchase from a buy and sell website, soon for restoration, (along with the rest!!!!!!)

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Fire Boat 38 - Posted: 5 years ago by jd
This Is pictures of the real boat In action. As soon as I get the outboards for the model It will be operational.It also flows water out of the deck gun.

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Fire Boat 38 - Posted: 5 years ago by jd
Finally finished the project. This boat was built from scratch. I took pictures and measurements from a real fireboat that I operate. I built It on a 1/12 scale using wood that I had left over from scrap. This was my first project boat. I was able to get a lot of technical Information from this forum. So thanks guys. I have really fallen In love with boat model building. I have wired the boat and am waiting on two model electric outboards to mount on the transom. It took almost 6 months to complete. 🕊

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Response by jd on the 21st Dec 2012
I did make some drawings off of mesurments I took from the real boat and some pictures
Response by HoweGY177 on the 17th Mar 2013
Love the look of It, awaiting the plans for my next project and like you will be scratch building her. To anyone Interested If you are modelling about 1/32 scale and are looking for scale crew and get stuck purchase wwe 2" high micro wrestling figures. There solid plastic and can be cut about and re-modelled using hot glue to any position that you want. Coat with unI bond before using air drying modelling clay to sculpture the clothing. Let dry and apply a couple of coats of unI bond before painting with Humbrol or similar paint.
Response by circle43nautical on the 6th Jan 2018
BRAVO ZULU!


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