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    Vrolijkheid

    Vrolijkheid

    $21.95

    Designed by Pat Tritle, the Vrolijkheid is reasonably easy to build, looks good, runs well and functions with small, low-cost equipment.Length: 33.5"; beam: 7.5"
    Running weight: 56 oz
    Power: Twin speed 280 direct-drive
    Radio: 2-channel w/1 miniservo
    2 sheets LD2
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    Miss U.S. Hydroplane

    Miss U.S. Hydroplane

    $19.95

    This 1/8-scale unlimited hydro is made of plywood, and it's NAMBA- and IMPBA-legal! Length: 44"; engine: .65; 2 channels; 2 sheets. LD3
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    The Dunlap 27

    The Dunlap 27

    $19.95

    Designed by Jerry Dunlap, the Dunlap 27 is a stretched Sprint 24 and is intended for the newer, more powerful 3.5cc engines. All-wood construction is made easy with a building fixture. The size of the fixture is shown on the plan.The boat uses a cut-down Dumas 7.5cc Sprint plastic cowl. Length:27in.; beam: 11in.; hull material: wood; power: 3.5cc outboard; 1 sheet; 
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    Wild Thing

    Wild Thing

    $19.95

    Designed by John Finch, this racing inboard mono is easy to build and has great performance. Designed for .21ci. (3.5cc) nitro engines, the hull is built from balsa and plywood. Constructed upside-down on the bench,the hull is then lifted and completed by adding the sides and deck. The original model used surface-drive hardware, but you can use any hardware you want. Length: 32 in.; beam: 10.5 in.; material: balsa & ply; engine: .21ci (inboard); 1 sheet; 
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    The Sceptor

    The Sceptor

    $19.95

    This AMYA 1-meter racing sailboat is great for novices. Its wooden hull is built over shadows, and it's planked with 1/8 x 3/8-inch balsa strips. Full instructions are on the plans. Length: 39"; beam: 7"; sail area: 597 sq. in.; mast height: 53.5" LD2
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    Denise C Tug Boat

    Denise C Tug Boat

    $14.95

    Designed by Bruno Clozza, the electric-powered Denise C. tugboat is built to a scale of 1/2 inch to 1 foot using "bread-and-butter" wood construction utilizing 1/4-inch-thick pine lifts. The plans show all the hull and station lines, and the drawings show all the full-size details. No model details are shown, and hardware installation is left to the modeler's discretion. Length: 31 3/8"; beam: 11"; channels: 2 or more. LD3
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    Hercules Tugboat

    Hercules Tugboat

    $14.95

    This Bryant Thompson design is a scale replica of a classic 1907 tugboat. It's built using conventional construction techniques and readily available materials.This wonderful craft offers a wealth of possibilities for those who enjoy adding realistic details. Length: 38 in.; beam: 7 in.; power: 12V motor; radio req'd: 2-channel; 
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    Ocean Challenger

    Ocean Challenger

    $14.95

    Designed by Bryant Thompson, this scale model of a Californian, steel-hulled fishing vessel uses conventional wood construction techniques - lite-ply, basswood and balsa. The full-size boat has a steel hull, so the model's sides are relatively flat and are easy to sheet with balsa. Length: 31 1/2"; beam: 9"; radio req'd.: 2-channel; motor: 6 or 12V with reversible ESC; 1 sheet. LD2
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