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Downeast Lobster Yacht - Posted: 4 days ago by Grandpa
http://ellisboat.com/bunker-and-ellis-downeast-boatbuilders/
The Ellis boats must have been the inspiration for this old kit from Midwest. I bought the boat as seen in the first photos which was built by Don Sutton, Metro Modellers Toronto, Ontario, Canada 🇨🇦
He knew I had my eye on making one from scratch and offered me a fair price to buy his boat.
I am now adding the hard cover over the cockpit as seen on many of the Bunker & Ellis boats.
Previously I added deck furniture to the helm and passenger. Also found the near scale figures.
My plan is to add the forward railing around the bow; add deck boards and more furnishings such as two step boarding ladder, navigation equipment, and possible a fresh coat of paint to the hull.

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Sport Fisherman - Posted: 22 days ago by Brightwork
Just some pics of a beautiful sport fish that I almost purchased couple years ago.

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Response by Krampus on the 23rd Nov 2017
Incredible!

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Chris Craft - Posted: 1 month ago by Brightwork
These are built for the owners and are the only ones in existence. My friend Bob in California built them and many others. Just a sample of his work.

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My collection - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
I used to keep them in a glass display case..until we moved.

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Response by colinhubbard on the 21st Oct 2017
Have gone a deep shade of GREEN, envy, what a fabulous collection, I'd scrap all my boats for one of yours.
Keep up the good work.
Best wishes Colin.
Response by Brucef102 on the 21st Oct 2017
That’s a very impressive collection
Response by Brightwork on the 3rd Nov 2017
Thanks Colin...I appreciate that

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Harco - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
Early kit boat from the 50's Very hard to find Harco 40

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Cris Craft Constellation - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
Lindberg model Chris craft Constellation (plastic)

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Chris Craft Express 22 - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
22 " model of 22' Chris Craft Express kit by Berkeley Models from 50's

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Chris Craft Corvette - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
4 feet long Chris Craft Corvette model also by Sterling models from the 50's

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Chris Craft 63' - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
Kit from Sterling Boats that came out in the late 50's Electric drive twin screw.

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Chris Craft Corvette - Posted: 2 months ago by Brightwork
I saw this boat online a few years back and have coveted it ever since. It was built by an incredible man who I believed passed away and left this. The boat is "Balboa" Panama. Hopefully someone will know more about her. I would sell my entire collection for her. "note the mans hand compared to the engine"

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Response by AndyG009 on the 22nd Oct 2017
Hi there

Do you have copies of the pictures, as I would like to include some of the features in a model that I am in the process of planning. A much modified Sea Queen (3/4 size) effectively a Sea Commander but with changes.

Particularly like the Cockpit controls.

Regards

Andy
Response by Brightwork on the 3rd Nov 2017
I am sorry I missed this comment. The photos here do enlarge to a good size. I can email you the pics if you like.


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