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    Hull Identification

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    John Wrennall
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    Hull Identification

    Post  John Wrennall on Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:34 pm

    Can anyone confirm the identity of the hull I purchased at Bourneville in September?
    Its 45" long, 5" beam and 4.5" deck to keel and is hopefully one of my winter projects.

    I thought initially that it was a type IX boat but am not fully sure.

    Any help would be appreciated.


















    Thanks in anticipation

    John
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    david f
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    Re: Hull Identification

    Post  david f on Fri Oct 31, 2014 12:00 pm

    It is not that far from a type IX for stand-off scale.

    It may be a bit beamier than scale but that makes the build easier (and easier to fit in the car.)

    David
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    Re: Hull Identification

    Post  U441 on Fri Oct 31, 2014 6:27 pm

    It's a very semi scale Type 1X, and moulded by Deans Marine, one of the Mouldeans range. I've got one up in my attic somewhere.

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    Hull ID

    Post  John Wrennall on Sat Nov 01, 2014 11:40 am

    Thank You both for the ID Confirmation of the Type IX hull

    The more that I look at it , the more semi scale it appears when compared with the pictures
    that I have.

    Now to find the missing details....


    Regards

    John

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