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East Coast picnic boat - Posted: 1 month ago by Grandpa
Found these figures which I plan to use with this boat. Baby has a life jacket too! I added helm seat and passenger seat with chart table. Next is to add hatchway removable doors.

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Response by rolfman2000 on the 15th Sep 2017
They don't look too bad at all Grandpa. They can't be far from scale by the look of them.
Response by RNinMunich on the 15th Sep 2017
👍 Where are they from?
I hope you're going to make the kiddies teeny weeny life jackets!! 😉

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Juntilla - Posted: 1 month ago by Krampus
So, here's my current project in the works. I got a nice 25-inches Deep-Vee fiberglass hull a while ago and now (finally) have a concept for it. Almost by accident I came across a plan for an American bass boat which in turn reminded me of a boat that caught my attention when I was a kid while reading a boating magazine. The boat is a 28-footer from a now defunct firm named Uniflite. It was a small deep-sea sports fisherman called "Salty Dog". Uniflite was very well known within the American boating circles during the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Uniflite created and supplied PBR river patrol craft to the US Navy between 1965 and 1972 for rivers in Vietnam using an already existing pleasure boat hull and adapting jet nozzles for propulsion. So, I just created a prototype template of the cabin so more to follow 😎.

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Response by sandkb on the 11th Sep 2017
Looking forward to seeing your progress on this project.

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fairley swordman & billings neptune - Posted: 2 months ago by nutrunner
both are aged but in good condition 👍got them both recently and havnt done much to them

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Name unknown - Posted: 2 months ago by Grandpa
These two boats were tied up at a dock on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. My nephew sent me the pictures. Tomorrow he will try to get the names of the boats and maybe information.

Do these look familiar to you?

Try:
http://cdacustomwoodboats.com/boats/coeur340/

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Dirty Deeds - Posted: 3 months ago by Krampus
Some pics of my favorite build. Made on a barebones fiberglass hull. Runs with a NIHM 10.8 battery, a 540 brushed motor and a 30A controller. Pictures taken by the Olympia Park pond in Munich, Germany.

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Response by Krampus on the 31st Jul 2017
LOL -Viva Las Viagra! BTW, you can add some Viagra by going Lipo. Still the way it is, I'm pretty happy with the boat's performance. Carrying an extra battery pack always help as well.
Response by Krampus on the 31st Jul 2017
By the way, you may get some Viagra (10.8v Nihm battery) on Ebay. You will find them with either AA-type cells and C-type cells. I do prefer the C-type cells. Expect to pay around $45-50 USD. I bought some from a German store named "www.Conrad.de", but it seems they no longer offer them.
Response by Dave M on the 1st Aug 2017
Hi AllenA
HobbyKing have a battery sale on at present and some are in the UK so no import taxes if you are careful
Dave

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lady val - Posted: 3 months ago by nutrunner
i bought this craft recently its a fairley swordman a few yrs old and in fair condition since buying it ive repainted the hull and sent for a transmitter & receiver so should be on the water soon

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Legal Limit - Posted: 3 months ago by Krampus
A couple of pics of one of my earliest builds. In the small side (about 19 inches long) and straight out of my imagination as I mess it up while trying to design a different boat. One of these fortunate accidents.😉

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Extra Vagancuia - Posted: 3 months ago by Krampus
New paint scheme of my Sport Fisherman "Extra Vagancia".

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Cheapskate - Posted: 3 months ago by Krampus
So here goes my most recent built "Cheapskate" with its crew.

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Sophia - Posted: 3 months ago by Alan999
The Sophia is a Chris Craft Riva that I am building from scratch using scrap plywood.

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