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    Grand Modellers Bring & Buy Sale
    7th April 2019 Mutual Model Boat Society Grand Modellers Bring & Buy Sale Crimble croft Community Centre Come along and enjoy this famous event, Either to sell or purchase your supplies There are always lots of unusual bargains to be had Opening time
    for sale
    s 09.30am Opening time for traders 08.30am Food available from 09.00am Closing time 1.00pm The whole site is wheel chair friendly Admission £1.50 includes a raffle ticket To Reserve a sellers Table, 6ft x 2ft =£10.00 Please contact Kevan Winward 07803 975089 or Colin Travis 07905028298
    3 months ago by ColinT
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    These three boats are still
    for sale
    , with no offers to date. I am inviting offers, and I really am not looking to retire on the proceeds, and I will give very serious consideration to any offers received. I do need to make space in the very near future, and I guess Ebay or public auctions may be the next move, however I would rather give a purchase opportunity to model boat enthusiasts prior to offering to the west of the world :-) . All three boats have been constructed to a very high standard, and are in exceptional order. The boats are located in Cheshire, South Manchester, close to the motorway network. Thank you, Dave
    2 months ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Model Slipway Tug AZIZ
    Further to the previously mentioned craft, the Model Slipway Tug/supply vessel 'Aziz' is also
    for sale
    . 1:50 scale, and measuring just over 110 cms. Again, constructed to the highest of standards, and with excellent detail, the craft has been used only sparingly. As with the other boats, the radio/electrical gear needs attention, as it is only presently fitted with the two motors and the rudder servo. This is a very impressive looking vessel, and I will give serious consideration to any offers that may be forthcoming. Many thanks, Dave
    2 months ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Just a further update, to confirm that ENVOY has also now been sold, and is soon to be returned to service ! The purchaser has, over and above the purchase price, very very kindly made a sizeable contribution that is to be donated to the club. All that remains now is WESTERRIFF, which still remains open to offer. None have yet been received, however all and any offers will be considered, so please feel free, I may well say yes ! Thank you, Dave
    1 month ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Just a quick update to announce that AZIZ has now been sold, and is planned to be back in the water in the coming weeks. The purchaser has kindly made a very, very generous contribution, over and above the agreed purchase price, and this has been added to a donation that has been made to the site. Should the forthcoming pre-sale viewing of ENVOY be successful, a further donation will be made. Thank you for your very kind interest in this craft. Dave
    1 month ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Hi dave i have a liking for tug boats and would be interested in the aziz as it standsfor somewhere around that figure do you have email or mob to discuss Roger
    2 months ago by Rogal118
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Hi men, I sense a reluctance to make an offer for any of these boats. Would I be anywhere near the mark if I said offers in the region of £200 each ? Would that be too much, or unreasonably cheap ? We need to start somewhere. Thank you in anticipation, Dave
    2 months ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Thank you for your kind comments, and yes, all of the ships have been built to a very fine standard. With the Aziz already fitted with two motors and rudder servo, there is little to do in order to set sail. They have all sailed previously, and I think that some of the RC components may have been transferred from one to the other, dependant upon the flavour of the month at the time. I can't sing the praises of these craft enough, they are impressive in every respect. They aren't in the way yet, but I am fearful that constant working around them could result in damage, so they sooner they sail off into the distance, the better. :-) Don't be afraid to make an offer, I do need to sell them all. Many thanks, Dave ( the site will also benefit from a sale, as a suitable donation will be made ).
    2 months ago by Davecounty
    Forum
    Aziz, Westerriff, Assurance Envoy
    for sale
    Very nice models Dave, you shouldn't have any trouble selling them. I have recently got a part kit of the AZIZ and am wondering if your model might be a better way to go for me.😋
    2 months ago by Lordgord
    Forum
    Robbe Westerriff lotse pilot vessel
    This boat is understood to be a Robbe 1:25 kit, constructed to a very high standard, and is the pilot vessel Westerriff. The craft is finished to the most exacting of standards and, whilst fitted with a motor, bow thruster and lots of wiring, will need additions and finishing to perform, with, battery, radio gear etc required. ( I also note there is no servo for the rudder ). It has sailed previously, and is provided with many attractive features, including operating water cannon, rotating radar, operating mast lights ( numerous ). The length is 106 cms, or a tad under 42 inches in old money.( The craft is supplied without the stand that is shown in the images. I am presently looking for a suitable stand, so if there is one out there to be had, please do let me ( or the new purchaser ) know. If further info or images is/are required, please do let me know. Again, I am looking for a reasonable and realistic offer for the boat, and all offers will be considered. The craft is presently moored alongside the previously mentioned Assurance class armed tug in South Manchester. ( also, the least I can do is to ensure that a suitable donation is made to the site following the sale of any of the craft that I am offering
    for sale
    ).
    2 months ago by Davecounty
    Blog
    Detailing the deck.
    Some obeche coaming strips were added to the insides of the well deck and a piece was added at the rear which notches into the side coamings, this required shaping to the curvature of the deck so I wound some masking tape around a pencil to the required diameter and marked a line on the coaming to sand the profile down to. This piece won’t be fixed in place until I have added some internal detail in the rear of the well deck. Some thin strip was fitted along the sides of the deck which form part of the ‘treads’ that run the length of the cabin sides, these were glued and pinned in place after the edges and ends were rounded. At this point I applied some ‘Antique Pine’ stain to the bulwarks, rubbing fenders and deck strips. The position of the treads that run along the deck for the length of the cabin sides were marked by taking a measurement from the plan and transferring this to the deck strips. The tread angle from the plan was determined to be 68 degrees using a digital angle finder (another little bargain find in Lidl for less than a tenner 👍👍) and position marks pencilled on the deck. I chose to mark and apply these treads as per the model that is in the National Maritime Museum which I’m following to recreate my version of the Police Launch. These ‘photos have been very helpful in detailing this model. They can be seen here: https://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/67590.html I used some temporary spacer strips along the cabin sides and deck strips and then cut and shaped each tread individually to fit in the desired positions, all the treads were fixed using a couple of dots of superglue making sure that no glue got onto the deck surface as CA and aliphatic glue does affect the way the obeche accepts the wood stain as I discovered when I did some ‘colour tests’ earlier. The whole deck was then given a very light rub down with a fine abrasive pad before the first of several coats of ‘Teak’ stain was applied. The contrasting colours of the Antique Pine and Teak stain works well on this model and is in keeping with the wood colours of the NMM model that I’m using as a reference. EDIT…..I have just noticed that the digital angle finder and digital callipers are back on sale at Lidl on 3rd of March for £9.99 each…….still a bargain 😁👍 https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=20539
    2 months ago by robbob
    Forum
    Mtronics W-tail marine mixer connections.
    hi ya Colin - I had a good look round the web to try and find the instructions manual for your Futaba FP-T7 UPH and it keeps coming up with the links that I have already posted but there are also one or two links which the firewall wont allow me to open - it says its got virus' on - so I wonder what that one is. I did come across an auction site - not Ebay - that had one
    for sale
    with the instructions and if you look at the instructions they are similar/same as the link I have already posted. So, I am wondering are these instructions for the two sets of transmitters - and possibly the one you have is an upgrade. I see on Ebay there is someone in USA who sells manuals on CD for around £8 if you desperate. Of all the transmitter manuals I have looked for this one is an oddball one for finding the manual. Happy days. John
    2 months ago by JOHN
    Forum
    Precedent Fairey Huntsman
    I have
    for sale
    an unfinished Fairey Huntsman 31, I started it approx 9 months ago as a project with my grandson but his attention has now turned to model railways, subsequently I have now lost interest in completing and sailing it, the boat is approx 90% complete and comes with new RC equipment battery motor etc, I am looking for £250 just to recoup the costs and to put to his new model railway. I live inStoke-on-Trent if anybody would like to have a look,
    2 months ago by bthart
    Forum
    Folding Bulwark????!
    HELLO Toby well, I have done a drawing, but, I forgot to label it before I scanned it in - (if you can call it a drawing). You will see I have drawn the hinges in and also the pin that would go through the hinge, you will notice that I have drawn an oblong hole in the end of the pin and this is where a tapered wedge would be driven in to lock it into place when the pin is through the hinge. There is also a chain (the scribbled thing on the top of the tapered wedge) which would be secured to the other end of the bolt to prevent it from being lost. The pins would only be removed from the hinges when the bulwark would need to be removed completed - and - this would be lifted out of place with a ships derrick. As far as handrails go, as far as I can find out, they are located in sockets which are rivetted to the deck and a pin / bolt placed through the bottom of the railing stanchion to secure it into place. Give me a couple of days (I am expecting a couple of books in the post) which are about tramp steamers - and - it may give us some more information of what we are looking for. Another book which I find extremely helpful (and you may have it already) is Merchant Ship Construction by H.J. Pursey it doesn't seem to have an ISBN number on this one - it was first published in 1942 :-) good book though - and sometimes it comes up
    for sale
    on u know where :-)
    2 months ago by JOHN
    Blog
    PS Iona - Motors
    So to power the tug I needed some sort of motor gearbox arrangement, and I wanted 2 of them so I could drive the paddles independently, using 2 ESCs / batteries. The answer came in the form of 1:16 scale model tank motors/gearboxes. I managed to find a couple on a well known selling platform... someone was upgrading their tank to metal gears and had 2
    for sale
    . The gearing got the speed of the output shaft down to almost sensible, so I just needed to reduce it and connect the output to the paddle shafts... using Meccano gears & chains of course. This works well and allows scale speed running of the paddles up to much faster than scale speed!(if it's windy) Oh, just to mention the motor frames were mounted with grommets to blocks of wood to provide some suspension, and be removable if necessary.🤓
    2 months ago by Harvey Kitten
    Forum
    Speedline
    Hi, anybody have a 1/16 Severn lifeboat
    for sale
    ? Half built or complete, with or without motors and ESCs
    3 months ago by Jerry1
    Forum
    Lazer cut Kits
    Where are you advertising them all
    for sale
    please. They look quite good.
    3 months ago by BOATSHED
    Blog
    Rubbing fenders, more epoxy & hatch coamings.
    With all of the deck planking fitted I can now fix the rubbing fenders to the hull where the deck meets the hull sides. These are made from 6.5mm x 5mm obeche strip steamed and bent to shape and fixed with 30 minute epoxy, unfortunately the strips are not quite long enough to do this in one piece even with the rear rubbing fender in place at the stern so a join has to be made which I hope won’t be too conspicuous. The fender tapers in height from bow to stern and the piece that runs across the stern was made from 5mm x 5mm obeche. All the fenders were ‘pilot drilled’ for the pins that held them in place while the glue set. The complete hull was then given a further two coats of epoxy resin with a rub down between coats and a final ‘polish’ with 240 grit paper used wet. The resulting finish is perfectly smooth and ready for paint. The front and rear hatches were fitted with the coamings that will hold the hatches in place. The rotary disk sander that I bought from Lidl is certainly proving to be very useful in shaping small parts at this stage of the construction. I note that it’s back on sale now (Feb 2019) so if you have the opportunity and £30 ….go buy yourself one! The next stage will be to assemble the cabin.
    3 months ago by robbob
    Forum
    Tito neri tug boat
    Hi everyone I have a Tito neri tug boat
    for sale
    for 1000.00 dollars Canadian and you pay your own shipping is the shipper of your choice I live in Kamloops bc Canada my email address is mac2311@shaw.ca .
    3 months ago by tugboatguy
    Response
    Motor, mount & prop-shaft.
    I have just visited their site again and they do not show much to do with the boats they have
    for sale
    . All I see is the 46" RAF Crash Tender and the Police Launch that just has a picture and no other information. They show no prices, I was also under the impression that they had several models in their list
    for sale
    . I do have the 46" Crash Tender I purchased at Wings'n'Wheels about three years ago. I din't find their site that informative other than for the Crash Tender. My kit doesn't even have the windows and decals that is says and shows in the descriptions. I'm very disappointed really. I will get round to building it one day though. As I will the 34" I bout back in 1994 from Aerokits.
    3 months ago by BOATSHED
    Forum
    Model Slipway - Sentinel WANTED
    Anyone have a Sentinel Customs Cutter
    for sale
    ? Please send PM with details, location, and price. Thanks
    3 months ago by ModelHover
    Forum
    Book on Sailing Barges
    There are many excellent books on Thames Sailing Barges, but for the modeller, I think 'Handbook of Sailing Barges' by F.S.Cooper and John Chancellor is one of the best. Fred Cooper was a well known Barge Skipper, John Chancellor, a former Merchant Navy Officer, lived with his family on the sailing barge Viper for many years. An accomplished artist, he illustrated this book with excellent line drawings of every aspect of the rig, deck fittings and construction details. There are usually copies
    for sale
    on Amazon and Abe Books. Nerys
    4 months ago by Nerys
    Response
    Assembling the keel & adding bulkhead formers.
    Coming along nicely Robbob. As the saying goes "Don't talk to me about balsa bow blocks" 😆 And yes, you don't have to do those yet lol. I may just follow you with one of these to run alongside my original Veron one from 1966/7. Hope they have them
    for sale
    soon . Best wishes, Dave W 😊
    5 months ago by rolfman2000
    Forum
    Ship rudders
    For anyone who wants flat rivet effect for steel decks etc then those highlighted in the photo are effective. All these can be found
    for sale
    on eBay.
    5 months ago by Toby
    Forum
    My other hobby
    Yeah! Doug, I think about it now and wished I had continued. in 1979 my wife (at that time my fiance) and I, went to Doncaster light aviation club to see a Piper Cherokee that was
    for sale
    .(very cheap), when I saw it, I realised why the price was so low....all the interior had been fitted out in.............PINK FUR!!!! it was Cr**. Then a friend of mine asked if I wanted a 1/4 share in a Grumman Traveller stored at Barton in Manchester, it sounded good, but only getting the aircraft on days the other's didn't want was not good with me, so I bought an E type, with kept me amused for a while😊 Cheers Peter
    5 months ago by Rookysailor
    Forum
    Tug
    for sale
    Hi Rick, You might also try Harbor Models. Their located in California https://www.harbormodels.com/ They have a good selection of models and components! I source from there and the UK! Regards, Ed
    5 months ago by figtree7nts
    Forum
    Tug
    for sale
    O to live or have it be easy to get to the UK in Canada we have so few ponds or areas to sail and so few model shops most of the items I look for are sourced form outside Canada mostly UK I'm envious . Rick
    5 months ago by Newby7
    Forum
    Various PLans
    for sale
    Is the Clochlight Clyde puffer still
    for sale
    if so how do I proceed. Rick
    5 months ago by Newby7
    Forum
    Various PLans
    for sale
    I have the following plans available
    for sale
    :- Tug Jan by SMB-Bauplan 1:25 two sheets £12.50 MV Benarty by Nexus Plans 1/96 six sheets £25.00 Clan Ross by Martins Models 1/96 two sheets £15.00 SS Jason by Model Maker Plans service 1/16" to 1 foot 2 sheets £15.00 International 6 metre Class model yacht by Marine Modelling 1 sheet £10.00 Fairey Marine Huntsman by Vic Smeed 1 1/2" to 1 foot two sheets £15.00 ClochLight Clyde Puffer Model Maker plans 7 sheets £25.00 SS Chelford 3 island Steamer 1/8" to 1 foot 3 sheets £15.00 Associazione Navimodellisti Bolognesi Agip Livorno Scale 1:200 5 sheets £20.00 Any one interested or would like to make an offer please let me know. Many Thanks
    11 months ago by merchant67
    Directory
    (Racing Boat) Drag cat
    This is my carbon hull Drag Cat, it has a tuned 26cc petrol Zen engine with a hand made tuned pipe, been clocked at 65mph fantastic boat, but space is running out so it’s been up
    for sale
    for a while. (Motor: Petrol tuned 26cc Zen) (10/10)
    6 months ago by Biscuit
    Forum
    Boat hull
    I have
    for sale
    this group hull for a coastguard type boat, I bought it with the intention of restoring it etc but it will never happen, it's just the hull with prop tubes, no superstructure, £20 collection from Nelson Lancashire or could possibly post at cost
    6 months ago by 2435mick
    Forum
    Equipment wire
    Hello, try looking for old 25way data cables at your local car boot sale. The cores are multi-coloured and very thin. Most LEDs only use a breath of current to drive them so you won't start a fire! Here's a tip about dropper resistors for LEDs: put them at the power supply end where you can tie them down securely. Also, the formula for finding the resistance you need is: R equals Volts(supply) minus Volts needed by LED (Vf) divided by the required LED current (If). So, say 12V supply, 2V LED wanting 15mA = 12-2=10/.015 = 666.667, so you'd use the nearest value above, which would be 680ohms. Easy! The size of the resistor in watts/milliwatts is found by I(current) times E(volts), so 10X.015=.15W, or 150mW. Hope I'm not teaching an old sea dog new tricks! Starting a new Firefloat - oh boy.😲
    6 months ago by b111yboy71
    Forum
    Painting
    Except on Rivas and the like Martin😉 (and restored Sea Scouts of course😁) Both my pics were taken from Huntsman 31
    for sale
    ads. Rather like the curved planking, but would be a devil to do! Planks would have to be pretty thick to stop 'em warping while trying to curve 'em 😲 Way to go Steve 👍 Joggle jiggle, what's it matter so long your mojo works 😁😁
    6 months ago by RNinMunich
    Forum
    Hms Rodney/ Nelson
    There is an HMS Nelson
    for sale
    by a member of the Ellesmere Port Model Boat Club, pictures on their Facebook site. it sails very well.
    7 months ago by epmbcmember
    Forum
    Paddle Steamer
    for sale
    Remote Control wooden and fibreglass scratch built Dart Belle paddle steamer
    for sale
    . 85cm long, 27cm wide, built to an excellent standard. With purpose built carrying box.
    7 months ago by Doug79
    Forum
    Paddle Steamer
    for sale
    Hello Colin Good to hear from you again. I am not desperate to sell it and November is only about five weeks away ! I am just turned 80 and have had. a few Hospital visits myself so I can understand what you are saying ! I am still driving however and could bring it to you to see. Where would that be ? Just a thought ! I have a few boats which I sail at the Knightcote Club where I am a member and my better half says that I need to reduce my fleet somewhat ! So the paddle steamer has been put on the transfer list ! Keep in touch Regards Doug
    7 months ago by Doug79
    Forum
    Paddle Steamer
    for sale
    Thanks Doug, I am very interested in purchasing your boat, but can't get to collect it till early November as I can't drive at present, going into hospital for new knee and the surgeon said I should be able to drive again 1st week of November. But please don't wait for me if you need to sell before then. Cheers Colin.
    7 months ago by Colin H
    Forum
    Paddle Steamer
    for sale
    Hi Colin Thank you for your inquiry. I live in Kenilworth, Warwickshire, I am looking for £200 o.n.o It is a great model. You would need your own receiver and transmitter. The other parts are all there but would need checking over before sailing.
    7 months ago by Doug79
    Forum
    Paddle Steamer
    for sale
    Super looking model, where are you and how much. Cheers Colin.
    7 months ago by Colin H
    Response
    BRAVE BORDERER
    Very nice, shame they are not on the internet
    for sale
    . Well done for such fine work. I'm shocked by some of the work I see on this site and wish I also had the expertise and tools do such fine work. I'm watching your build with eagle eyes. Please keep posting. Will you be adding video of her running at some point ?
    7 months ago by BOATSHED
    Forum
    Hobby Engine Factory Tug Motors
    Hello: I have a Hobby Engine “premium” 2.4GHz “Richardson” tug. This boat is identical mechanically to the “Southampton” tug. I’ve read many posts on the forum having to do with replacing the factory-installed motor/gearbox unit with two separate motors mounted side by side. Personally I’m happy with the factory drive setup; it’s quite powerful & it runs smoothly. The reduction gearing is a bit noisy, but my boat is new & will likely quiet down with use. I have two requests for those who have removed the factory drive unit & replaced it with separate motors: 1. If you’ve still got your factory drive unit & have taken it apart out of curiosity, if possible will you please post photos of the internal parts? I’m interested in seeing what’s inside the housing & how the gearing is set up. 2. Along the same vein, I’d like to acquire a spare factory drive to have on hand, just in case. If you have a complete, working drive unit that you’d consider offering
    for sale
    , please send a PM to me & let me know what you would want for a price. Thanks very much. Pete
    7 months ago by PittsfieldPete
    Blog
    Rebuild starts
    Well it has been a while but I can now continue with the renovation. I have purchased most of the weaponry from Battlecraft and I must say that I am impressed with the quality. I will add pictures of these later in the build. I have started to prime all of the wood. Removal of the final areas of the original paint was a task but I got there in the end. I have applied sanding sealer and rubbed it down with 1000 grit wet and dry. it is starting to look and feel quite smooth. Have you built the 50cal guns yet Doug? I would like to buy some but I am concerned that they might be a little brittle for me to handle.🤔 Just a couple of questions to ask before I get on. Can I have suggestions as to who supplies good quality wooden kits to build at reasonable prices. I need to consider my next project. I want to buy a 0.8mm air brush for the larger areas as I am finding 0.5mm too small. I have my eyes on an Iwata HP-EP. This is
    for sale
    on ebay new at £122. Are there any suggestions for a better and or cheaper solution. Thanks.🤓
    8 months ago by MouldBuilder
    Forum
    54'' long Cervia tug.
    See my boat harbour basically it was bought from pontins model makers festival 40 years ago the hull was made by a model maker. I have photos of his boat. He then produced hulls
    for sale
    from the mold and my Dad bought one he spent 9 years making a sealion 4 cylinder petrol engine and it was meant to be petrol electric hybrid generator. The start of the deck work was started by my Dad but was left unfinished for all this time. I have photos of the origional from slide photos my Dad took when I was 4 or 5.
    8 months ago by Novagsi0
    Forum
    Looking for Vosper Gunboat from Republic of Singapore Navy
    Hi I have recently completed RSS P72 Sovereignty, based on a Veron 54" hull giving 1/24 scale. Unfortunately the boat is not
    for sale
    , and I don't think the Veron hull is available. However, I have done a lot of research during my build, so if you do find anything part built I would be pleased to help.
    8 months ago by cormorant
    Forum
    Tug
    for sale
    Hi dave Thanks for letting me know you sold the Tug. cheers
    8 months ago by dragon
    Forum
    Model Slipway
    Hi, is this model still
    for sale
    ?
    8 months ago by Alfie
    Forum
    Model Slipway
    Model Slipway Tamar 1/16th lifeboat
    for sale
    fitted with bow thruster and servo,will come with two cans halford paint one indigo blue other VW orange Reason
    for sale
    is with only previously building one model this may be suitable for a more experienced builder,every thing in place for a beautiful finished lifeboat,photos available £325 With the model being at this stage it may be possible to send by courier Would consider swap for a cruiser i.e. Huntsman /Jules Verne /Perkasa with fibre glass hull with two props NOW WITHDRAWN FROM SALE
    3 years ago by shambles
    Forum
    wanted tug boat
    Hi anyone out there got a Portgarth tug
    for sale
    or know of anyone who has. Thanks to the 26 viewers but have now found a Portgarth. Don't laugh in the loft.
    1 year ago by dragon
    Forum
    Tug
    for sale
    lovely see you then. cheers
    8 months ago by dragon
    Forum
    Tug
    for sale
    Hello Dragon, shall be at Rotten Row 10.30 am to 11.30 am if that's ok. Cheers Dav G
    8 months ago by Dav58


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