Here is a list of all the postings Hugh Connolly has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: BUGSIER 3|
|some photos of bugsier 3|
|just finished had her up to to boat club today done a bit of towing,she is a really good sailing boat,have to do a bit tinkering with ballast and bit tidying up,she is scale 1.33 ,32in length 8in beam,|
|Thread: USCG vessels|
picture of island class
|i got one in america last year it was the rtr model 28in long ,took everything out and fitted brass rudders speed controller receiver servo and put in 7.2 battery andit sails a lot .better, some photos of her in my photo album.
Edited By Hugh Connolly on 03/04/2009 23:45:36
|Thread: BUGSIER III|
|sent u pm. john thanks|
|yes some photos please,thanks hugh|
|is boat still for sale|
|Thread: model scale|
|thanks paul .sent e/mail to a couple of model shops,and answer they think it is 1.18 scale. hugh.|
|hi anyone know what the scale of the above fishing boat is. thanks|
|thanks Mick I will have a look at that aswell,i have one new 540 motor in box i was thinking of buying another as they are quite cheep. cheers hugh.|
|thats fine tom iwill see how i get on thanks all for ur help,im not to bad at building but always seem to have problems with r/c fitting,cheers hugh|
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