DAVID PLEDGE goes small!
By GARETH JONES, with a lot of help from his wife ELIZABETH Subscribers Only
JOHN EDWARDS and his model
THOR FROHN-NIELSEN, a Canadian reader of MB, describes his part-built model Subscribers Only
ANTHONY ADDAMS creates a period yacht based on a Fairwind kit Subscribers Only
A revival of a classic river cruiser design, length 28.5 inches, presented by COLIN BISHOP
RON TERLICH describes his model built from a Model Boats Free Plan
ASHLEY NEEDHAM with something a bit different
An R/C SemiScale Airboat for Speed 400 Motors by Glynn Guest
PAT KEOUGH, a South African reader, describes his model
ERIS KENNEDY converted this Revell kit to radio control Subscribers Only
CHRIS BROWN, an Australian reader, describes his model
Alan Furness describes the construction of Emily May
TONY DALTON converts this Italeri kit to radio control Subscribers Only
ANTHONY ADDAMS converts his fishing boat into a tug Subscribers Only
Dr MARCUS ROOKS converts the Revell USS Kearsarge into this revenue cutter Subscribers Only
Italy’s flagship – a scratch built 1:72 scale r/c model
The Reverend PETER SPENCER describes his scratch built topsail schooner Subscribers Only
Full-Size Plans for a Stand-Off Scale Monitor by CLIVE HALLIWELL
Glynn Guest presents full-size model plans for a semi-scale model based on the Blockade Runners of the US Civil War
A model built by Graeme McMaugh from a Model Boats free plan
Our Aerokits Sea Urchin is completed at last by David Wiggins with thanks to Mike Britnell
ROBERT HOBBS restores this classic model yacht
THOR FROHN-NIELSEN, a Canadian reader of MB, describes his part-built model
DAVID PLEDGE goes small!
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