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Old 07-14-2010, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default Last chapter of Jay's Boat

Some of the last mods. On off switch, battery pack, floor boards and new cradle.
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Old 07-14-2010, 04:43 PM   #2
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some more pics. A little cargo for the hold
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It actually scoots along pretty good. Nice little bow wave and wake and I get a real kick out of the sound.
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That is just magnificent Rob..!!!!!!
You really went the distance on this one..!!
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nice job Oily (rob).....
I really enjoyed seeing this project come together....
I know you built this boat to be played with, I just hope Jay takes care of it and one day he can tell the story about you bulding it for him...

it really looks great!
and thanks for the offer of the motors....

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Hey my friend. It was fun to watch the entire process. Great outcome!
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That is one awesome boat! Thank you for sharing the whole process.
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That's awsome Rob, I've been following this thread and I'm really jealo.... er impressed. Jay is a lucky little guy.
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Hi Rob - this has been a fascinating project to follow and apart from your craftsmanship I really admire your perseverance and problem solving and the fact you have created a toy for kids rather than a model for dad!.
What a great present for Jay. He's going to have hours of fun with his colourful boat,

Great job!
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Nice job Rob. Jay is going to love it.
Did you give it a shot with a 9V battery since you are hooked up for it?
This was a fun thread to watch it all come together. Looking forward to the side wheeler.
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