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Ron Macleod15/10/2020 20:50:09
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Hi all,

Has anyone got a plan+instructions for this boat that they no longer need? or a part-built/unstarted/or fully built model of this boat that they no longer want, and would be willing to sell it??? (to a 73yr old who has come back into the hobby with limited use of hands) my email address is *****

 thank you, I would appreciate any help/info on this matter...



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Edited By Colin Bishop on 15/10/2020 22:28:58

Empire Parkstone15/10/2020 22:20:46
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Ron you should Never put your email address I have reported hopefully twill be removed swiftly

Ron Macleod16/10/2020 01:05:23
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Ok, thanks for that... Ron

Empire Parkstone16/10/2020 09:25:15
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redpmg16/10/2020 11:43:55
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Hi Ron ,

if you are desperate Revell market a PCF Swift boat Kit (first produced by Monogram) - Its big enough to be used for a Plastic Magic conversion to RC with modern equipment or to be used as a guide for building a larger version. You can try searching the Internet for the kit - sure there are still some around.

Ron Macleod16/10/2020 13:24:55
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Hi redpmg,

thank you you that, but I think I will hold out for the Caldercraft plan/instructions + kit,built/part built or unstarted...I am hoping that their is at least one about that some kind person wants to get rid of! make room for a new project,hopefully,now that winter is here,somebody somewhere may have one in their "stash/collection"... (fingers+toes+eyes crossed)...smiley I also have 4 part made boats to trade if required 2 x Fairmile's A +B in 1/24 plus a matchbox Flower corvette and a Lindburg uss melvin blue devil destroyer...

as aye...Ron...

Dave Cooper 616/10/2020 17:17:05
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If you want to sell /trade your boats I would post up a few photos - there may just be a market for them.

You'll need to setup an "Album" first then, upload the photos to the album. After that, you can include them in the normal 'posting' windows (such as this) using the little camera icon - next to the "Smiley".

I'm sure the others will help with setting up the album if you get stuck...

Good luck,


Ron Macleod16/10/2020 19:46:38
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Hi Dave,

Thank you for the info. that's very helpful...


Empire Parkstone17/10/2020 19:01:53
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Ron I know someone who has a nice one ready built by himself complete with crew. Let me know if interested


Ron Macleod17/10/2020 22:26:23
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Hi EP,

Yes, I would be very interested, depending on the price and the condition it is in,and is their any photo's? and where is it situated/location?? as I live in Kent, and not able to travel...I look forward to hearing from you soon...



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