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Member postings for Len Ochiltree

Here is a list of all the postings Len Ochiltree has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Exciting development!
21/05/2012 18:33:33

Well done Bob, we know what you put in to the making of GE.


Thread: HMS Terrible
08/05/2012 13:06:41
Posted by ashley needham on 07/05/2012 19:50:12:

Bob. I woud like to make a working model looking just like that tin toy . Now that would be fun. You could have the key motorised as well !! My Devastation was supposed to capyure the tin toy look, but I didnt go overboard enough..and its now not quite one thing or the other.

Paul, 7 feet !! is this wise? I know its not wise, and I know you like larger models, but perhaps, just perhaps something smaller might be advisable??

Ashley (talking to the deaf)

In Stereo it appears smiley


Thread: STILL not received May issue
08/05/2012 12:58:15


Been on to them today Tuesday and aparently the system is down.


05/05/2012 17:03:07

Paid my renewal for the year, received April issue but not May, been on the phone ,promised to send it out, after over a week still not had it.

Len, definately Miffed. angry

Thread: Antenna Frequency Ribbon
01/05/2012 17:55:49

Plastic clothes Pegs come in different colours.face 1


Thread: Titanic in the Daily Mail
17/04/2012 17:24:35

And you can use Square Line Guttering for the Hull.


13/04/2012 17:56:22

Its In this weeks, it is a monster, this chap built it in his back garden.


Thread: Hi, and etc...
06/04/2012 18:27:34

You do know there is a Titanic for sale on here dont you!!.


06/04/2012 18:21:35

Hi Paul,

Welcome aboard.

Titanic hmm, you need a big one to get the best detail, 3 or 4 Metres would be a nice size.

Where are you based?.


Thread: buying my first Tug
31/03/2012 17:43:27

Hi Mike,

Thanks for that, but I did mean, If you go to the top left of the page, you will find " Your account " click on My Profile and take it from there.

Len in deepest Kent.

30/03/2012 18:03:07

Hi Mike,

If you add some info to your Profile, we would know a little about you, you gave the game away calling it a cine camera, so I guess you are not a young spotty herbert ?.Good luck with the boat.



Thread: todays boating
16/03/2012 17:42:51

Hi Ashley,

The Digger I just made from memory, if it looks right etc..


14/03/2012 17:25:15

Ah, I made a Jasmin.



Edited By Len Ochiltree on 14/03/2012 17:28:42

Thread: Solar Panels & The National Grid
10/03/2012 18:47:03


I missed some of the above comments as some of the right hand side Adverts cover them up!, be a dear and sort this out please.


Ps, Dave , do you belong to any local model boat clubs?.

Thread: Hovercraft SRN6 build from plans
12/02/2012 14:29:53
Have you looked over on the Mayhem Site ?.
Thread: Australia Day
26/01/2012 17:58:44
A Happy Australia Day to our Down Under Chums, I even had a play on one of my Didgeridoos to celebrate.
Good Day to all our Sports.
Thread: "Westral Chief" inspired little big boat
16/01/2012 17:08:40
The link works but the Page will not scroll up so you can read all of the page.
Thread: its my STINGRAY...fishtail craft..
12/01/2012 17:16:42
Hi Asley,
Krishna is a very fast builder and a wizard with homemade ESCs and Transmitters.
Has a big fan club over on " Mayhem ".
Thread: Do I replace a old propshaft
07/01/2012 17:35:03
Try this chap, Folkestone Engineering Supplies
Thread: Happy Christmas
19/12/2011 18:03:31
Happy Christmas Larry,
Wot you rote is what all new comers should put in their Profiles, it would help us to know where they are based Etc.
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