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I dont think anyone actually prints ready to use. So just put it in Google, then print it out and stick it on. Don't forget to laquer over the top to waterproof it. Sorry, but thats the best i can do. Best wishes, Dave W 😊
I saw it, and spoke to Paul the builder at the Warwick show last week. Its a truly amazing model, which you never seem to run out of details to see. A real credit to an amazing builder. Best wishes, Dave W 😊
If that is a kit, any idea where we can get it from. I have a hankering for a air cushion vehicle, after making a real one in my secondary school. Any help would be appreciated. Kindest wishes, Dave W 😊
As I've heard nothing from the club officially, it looks like we are not displaying at Warwick. This is a great disappointment to me. But I shall still be going up one day, providing circumstances don't go against me, like for Blackpool. Sorry about that guys, but I have no idea of the reasoning, as I'm not privy to the information. Best wishes, Dave W 😊
A friend of mine imports what I believe to the finest varnish ever made. http://www.letonkinoisvarnish.uk They sell it online, and they did have a stand at Warwick a few years ago. Many folk in the classic car and boat trade swear by it. I have a tin in the garage awaiting use on my 46" Huntsman deck after re-planking. Hope that helps someone, cheers, Dave W 😊
Doug is right. It could be a nice little earner for you both. I would love a bow fender for my 46" Huntsman. One the same as yours would be fine. Your boat continues to impress. Hope we can see her on the water soon. Cheers, Dave W 😊
Knowing Howes, I would expect them to ask for it back for "testing", as I had the same experience. For me, it wasn't too bad, as it was only a couple of days. But, for you, in Spain, it will extend the waiting time. Was it seized when it arrived, or when you first actually put power through it ? If the former, then it's clearly a "wrong'un", and should be exchanged no problem. If the latter, then it could cause more problems. I had to send them details of model, connection to propshaft, size of prop, speed controller, and battery size. With millions of these motors being produced, a few fauly ones are to be expected. Although they did exchange it, I had my doubts at times. Obviously you will have to work out postage sosts, time etc, against just ordering a new one, so. Hope yours is less complex than mine was. Best wishes, Dave W 😊
I think you'll find that the spec gunman is only 23" long, unlike yours which is e4". So the associated fittings set would be out of scale for yours, sadly. I, myself have a 34" and a 46" Huntsman, but need the wrap around windscreen for the driving position. So far, i have been unsuccessful in sourcing either of them to replace my missing ones ☹ Not sure if anyone here has one i could maybe copy the shape off ? Best of luck in your search for fittings Novagsi0, cheers, Dave W 😊
But Selwyn, what was moored astern of 102 when you took the photo ? Looks like the stern of an mtb of some kind 😊 Neil, thanks for the original photos. £300 for 30 minutes is a bit steep for me, but, there's always the lottery 😁 Best wishes all, Dave W 😊
I have the same set as Doug (RN inMunich) that I am going to use on my 1/32 Perkasa. I know the figures are 1/35th before anyone tells me. But that slight difference won't make a lot of difference to me. Cheers, Dave 😊
Please never say it's easy. When I start my 46" version, I'll be going in like a bull in a China shop. I foresee a total disaster for mine, and then another boat quietly vanishes to the tip with the rubbish lol 😕 Yours looks very professional. Love the two colours of timber. I have wood to do that, but I'm only doing the outer edge of the deck. Still, Elco PT boat to do first. Thanks for the update. Cheers, Dave W 😊
Must admit, the desruptive camp is too complex to attempt. So, b/ship grey or green camp it is. Or a mix of the two 😉 Thanks for all the info Doug. It seems every time I come on here it's a learning thing. Thanks guys. It's good to belong 😎