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    Re: 40'' Seaplane Tender, new build. mods and improvements.
    Re-I love the Detroit motors. You're right Martin, she's getting heavier by the day. I'll have to put the model out of sight so I don't look at it and think of something else!πŸ˜€ Next project might be (if I can sell a few planes off to get some space back) might be a 36" model of the Hartley 19'6" 'Flareline' cabin boat which I built back around 1990. Might build it with the trailer (which I also built) and a
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    'A' tractor which I used to tow it (if I can find a big enough scale kit). Thought of doing it for years but never got on to it. I fitted it with a marinised 110 HP MKIII Zodiac motor and an NZ Argonaught stern drive, and it had a top speed of 30mph. Only sold it because of constant conflict with the first mate, (would not follow the 'only one captain on a boat' rule and had too many arguments/mutinys) she's no longer on the crewπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‰ JB
    5 months ago by jbkiwi


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