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Mzee08/08/2007 19:06:00
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Can anyone point me to where I can obtain detailed plans for one of the fast RAF Air/Sea Rescue Launches? I'm looking to make something scale but fast! Robin Stobbs
William Withers08/08/2007 20:54:00
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Hi there Robin.
They do a couple of plans for ASRL's in the Hobby Store .com the link for which is on this site.
Regards William
Tony Hadley11/08/2007 13:39:00
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Hi Robin.
If you fancy a kit, George Turner Models (GTM) are releasing limited edition kits of these craft.
http://www.georgeturnermodels.com/
mick24/08/2007 19:34:00
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if you look on the e bay american site  e bay name is great plans (2191) power seller

there is a gentleman selling a cd on raf high speed launches with all the

write ups to go with them about 12 boat in all hope this is of some

help i have the disc and it is brill just finished a whale back and it

was very helpful hope this helps robin

Peter Blay28/09/2007 16:35:00
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Hi - I have plans for a Firefloat (1/16th) and an RTTL (1/24th) which are surplus - as I,ve built them both.

E-mail me if your interested - but make sure your boats aren't better than mine!

Roy Jury15/10/2007 14:34:00
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Peter,

If the gentleman does not require the RTTL plans I would be more than happy to purchase them from you........


Roy

Peter Blay20/10/2007 11:46:00
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Hi Roy,

 The plans are yours if you want them.

 E-mail me a reasonable offer?

Pete

John Brewis28/10/2007 09:10:00
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Hi Mick

Have tried to locate the American site on EBay(US version) but Power Seller 2191 has nothing listed can you let me have any more details regarding the CD. I am trying to obtain plans/details of RAF ASRL's that were used at Bridlington East Yorks many years ago.

Thanks

John B.

mick28/10/2007 17:45:00
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look up great plans (2243) on ebay i have him saved in my favourite sellers uk ebay

i was look at the cd he had for sale not just plans but write ups on the various

boats a s r launches w w 2 price is £7.07 buynow +p+p of £1.46 but i takes ten days it comes from canada hope this is of help anymore you want to know please ask

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