|Wrinkley P||04/05/2009 13:16:07|
|3 forum posts|
I wish to build a 24th scale Vosper Air-Sea-Rescue launch.
I have a suitable 32" hull but want to scratch build the rest.
I have a few photographs, but does anybody know where I can get plans/drawings for the superstructure that are good enough to work from.
One of the main problems is the cross section of the bridge structure.
I would prefer to build one of the later launches eg 2754,2757,2767.
Or perhaps the (earlier?) 2554.
Any pointers would be welcome.
|Colin Bishop||04/05/2009 13:48:01|
4597 forum posts
John Pritchard's plans are available on this site! See http://www.myhobbystore.com/c/80/Plans---John-Pritchard.html
|Tony Hadley||04/05/2009 14:39:31|
899 forum posts
Vic Smeed's RTTL is available from this site, plan MM 530, 34" long model.
Phil Smith still offers the plan for scratchbuilding the original Veron kit RTTL 2749. 28" long model.
Phil can be contacted at 32 Verwood Crescent, Southbourne, Bournemouth. BH6 4JE.
Hope this helps,
|Wrinkley P||04/05/2009 15:30:57|
|3 forum posts|
I knew there would be someone out there able to help.
127 forum posts
just look on albums i have put my boat on is this what you
are looking for hope this helps mick
|Wrinkley P||05/05/2009 23:36:27|
|3 forum posts|
Thanks Mick. Most impressive!
Do you have a head on shot of your RTTL? I have spent the last 2 days drawing up plans for the wheelhouse with which I am happy except that I am not 100% certain about the cross section.
Incidentally I have photos of 2768 & 2769 (both white overall) which show the locker(s) in front of the wheelhouse made up of strips. What did you do?
|HS 93||06/05/2009 01:13:21|
91 forum posts
this is a handy site for your project you have to hunt about a bit but you will find plenty of detail
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