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Old 12-03-2019, 09:40 AM   #1
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Building R/C Motorhome

I like to scratch build 1:12 scale R/C boats and I'm almost done with my latest project which is a model of our Malibu Wakesetter wakeboard boat. I still have to build the trailer for it but I was thinking ahead about what to pull it with. I have a Dodge RAM bodied Clodbuster monster truck that I thought would work pretty good. Then I started thinking it would be really cool if I built our Damon Astoria motorhome to pull the boat around. The link below will take you to a builld log on a R/C site (you will be a guest, no need to log in). This will be a slow build since I also have several other projects going at the same time.

Motorhome build is here-

Malibu Wakesetter build is here-

And there are more if anyone is interested-
43' Delta Marine Charter boat (freshening up with new motors, paint, radio)

50' Delta Marine Charter boat-

Marine Travelift to haul and launch the charter boats-


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Old 12-03-2019, 09:50 AM   #2
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Sir, that is some serious skill. Read page one of the MH build.
Now have to pack up my RC planes and head out to fly them.

Good luck and will check back on your build.


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