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Dennis Ainsworth05/05/2007 19:51:00
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Hi, have just bought the Calder Craft Riverman kit and despite the instructions cant find anything relevant on the plans as to how to cut the hull, can anybody assist, not a novice and built quite a few but no guide anywhere either on the plans or the hull moulding as to where to cut it.
Cant find any email for them so cant have a go at them about it.
macone06/05/2007 14:52:00
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Hi Dennis
For Caldercraft try the link below.
Regards Julian.

http://www.jotika-ltd.com/Pages/1024768/Profile.htm
Dennis Ainsworth07/05/2007 02:29:00
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Hi Macone, the link works a treat, many thanks.
Regards Dennis.
Kevin Bellman23/07/2007 22:22:00
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Hi Dennis,

Just come across your thread on the riverman - thinking of buying one, any comments on the kit.

Cheeres Kevin
Dennis Ainsworth24/07/2007 02:38:00
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Hi Kevin, cant tell you a lot about it I am afraid as I did not keep it and virtually gave it away. As far as I could see it was as is usual the normal overpriced boat kit and nothing special about it really although there was a big bag of white metal fittings. The hull was a one piece moulding in ABS and as I said no markings that were visible as to where to cut it either on the hull or the plan. Came in a huge box that makes you think you are getting more than there is. From what I can remember from way back when it first came out the write up was O.K but arnt they all!!!. But dont think it is worth the money to be honest.
I have gone off the boats now and back to r/c aircraft and all I have now I want to sell is the Veron 30" Fishing boat Kit.
Regards Dennis Ainsworth.
Kevin Bellman24/07/2007 14:50:00
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Hi Glyn,
Any chance you can forward the write up of Caldercraft Riverman.
Thanks for your time.

Regards Kevin
Paul Freshney24/07/2007 22:02:00
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March 1996, Riverman was reviewed in MB by Marion Brumstead.
If you contact customer services, photocopies/back issue should be available.
Kevin Bellman24/07/2007 22:03:00
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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the info

Kevin

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