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Billings - Will Everard

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Ian Carter12/07/2007 13:11:00
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Help me please. I previously tried this before you went down, so lets try again. Am having difficulty Especially since I mislaid the plans, trying to do the rigging. Anyone out there that can help both with a copy and even better someone I may be able to talk to. Another help may be some pics? Thanks for your previous help, Rick Fryer
Rob Oiseau12/07/2007 17:18:00
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Try AMBO in a google search - all things bargy there.
Bernard Allen06/08/2007 21:34:00
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I agree with Rob, AMBO will be a good source for information. They helped me when I build "Will Everard" from scratch but renamed it "Welcome" of Rochester since it was for a Arthur Ransom enthusiast of the "Swallows & Ammazon" books.
I actually purchased a complete set of plans via the then publishers of Model Boats. The plan was drawn-up about late 1940's. Since the person paid me for building the boat, he had the plans as well.
The Billings kit often appears on "Ebay" might be worth a look.

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