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richardball
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www.zippa.com

doing a bit of web surfing as the money situration means my rebel project is on hold untill the new year and came across the above site.

WOW

does any one know of plans for simular craft
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Interesting boat and marketing site. I don't know of any designs like that...

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I might have a go at doing one myself then gayle

Would it be okay to share it when its done on here
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richardball wrote:I might have a go at doing one myself then gayle

Would it be okay to share it when its done on here
Sure ,as long as you don't try to market them on here. :wink:

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it would be for free
would not market it
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upspirate

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You may encounter some interesting ways to construct that will be beneficial to the rest of us.

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I was giving this some thought today in work and came up with the idea of make a mold out of expanded foamin two parts hull and top then making a glassfiber shell using vacume baging then foam with wood reinforcements in possible weak points and then an outer layer of glass
repat for the other half and possibly using a jetski powerplant which I think would give this craft some seriouse bite
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can't wait to see the pictures with the mahogany veneer deck and sides 8)
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