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Le Soleil royal
- by chuck1934 On Jul 01, 2015 - 12:36 PM
Has anyone built this or any other kits made in china? I have read they are very good quality.
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Windshield Conversion Dumas Chris Craft Continental
- by oldtimer On Jun 28, 2015 - 1:06 PM
Being probably my favorite of the 50's wooden sport/utility boat, I long to build the Dumas 23' Chris Craft Continental.
There was a change in actual production somewhere in the mid-fifties where the windshield was changed from the angled, flat glass set-up to the "automotive" style curved windshield.
I am not a proponent of the curved glass and I like the sleekness the flat-glass set-up lends to the overall style of the boat.
Does anyone know if a "flat-glass" conversion kit...[Read More]
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Which type of model
- by xander On Jun 28, 2015 - 2:14 AM
Hi
As a newbie looking for a next build should I buy a model with laser cut parts or cnc cut parts? Could somebody advise me as to the differences and therefore which is easier to use.
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