Here is a list of all the postings Malcolm mith has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: billing boat progress about 1970|
|can anyone help me please i am trying to get hold of plans for a billing hull for a model PROGRESS.it is a fishing boat about 36 inch long any help would be of great assistance,failing this has anyone got plans for a similar fishing boat hull.payment will of course be paid,many thanks,malcolm|
|Thread: 1/32 perkasa plan|
|hi mick thanks for the info if you would be so kind i will of course pay you for the plans please let me know how much i owe you do they show the hull formers as i want to make the hull from ply.regards malcolm smith|
|hi mick just seen your percasa details i too have had difficulty with the plans i bought but am mainly interested in your rttl launch.do you have plans for the hurr in ply as i like the look of your photos and would love to build one especially if the plans shou the ply diagrams for cutting out the framework for the hull as it is a lovely boat,regards malcolm smith|
|Thread: french customs launch|
|in sept 08 edition of model boats there was an article by anthony pennell regarding barry griffin.on page 65 there was a picture of a french customs launch and i would like if possible hull plans to make a hull similiar to this one about 40 inch long.can anyone help please.thanks malcolm smith|
|Thread: fairmile gunboat ply hull plans|
|very many thanks for your help i am looking forward to the task !!!regards malcolm|
|can anybody help me please to obtain fairmile gunboat plans for a ply hull approx 40 inch long.a reasonable price will be paid and instructions would be appreciated as i am brand new to the hobby but eager to crack on.thanks malcolm|
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