IVOR WARNE reviews the recently updated Model Slipway kit of Yorkshireman and Irishman Subscribers Only
DAVE ABBOTT reviews and converts the Trumpeter kit to radio control
TERRY SMALL reviews the Nautix A.R.T.R. model, supplied by Deans Marine
DAVE ABBOTT reviews the Mountfleet Models kit
BRIAN JOHNSON builds and modifies the Amati kit Subscribers Only
TERRY SMALL reviews the Robbe kit
PAUL FRESHNEY doesn't just sit in front of a computer.............
JOHN ELLIOTT reviews the Deans Marine slipper launch
BRIAN KING builds the Dean's Marine compact kit of the picket boat S.S. Response Subscribers Only
TERRY LAWRENCE reviews the Panart kit – Part One Subscribers Only
DR MARCUS ROOKS converts the Revell plastic kit Subscribers Only
GLYNN GUEST and his new Graupner Steam Engine Subscribers Only
JOHN ELSY builds this twin electronic speed controller and mixer unit Subscribers Only
IVOR WARNE reviews the Model Slipway Kit - Part 1 Subscribers Only
JOHN ELLIOTT reviews the Deans Marine R.A.M.B. model Subscribers Only
Keith Julier reviews the latest Victory Models Kit Subscribers Only
DAVE BRUMSTEAD reviews this A.R.T.F. model from Hobby Engine
JOHN MARTIN, The Wobbly Shipbuilder, makes a welcome return with his construction of the Caldercraft kit
Dave Abbott builds the latest kit from Nautical Marine Models Subscribers Only
Terry Small reviews this Almost ready to Run tug from the USA
DAVE ABBOTT reviews the Nautical Marine Models kit
TERRY SMALL reviews the Metcalf Mouldings Tug Kit
JOHN ELLIOTT reviews the Vintage Model Boat Company kit
TONY DALTON converts the Dragon 1:700 scale kit to r/c
DAVE ABBOTT converts the 1:35 scale Italeri kit to radio control
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