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digital full-size plans  sits up on three points spook suitable for radio control (see notes)
digital full-size plans  sits up on three points spook suitable for radio control (see notes)
digital full-size plans  sits up on three points spook suitable for radio control (see notes)
digital full-size plans  sits up on three points spook suitable for radio control (see notes)
digital full-size plans  sits up on three points spook suitable for radio control (see notes)

Digital Full-Size Plans sits up on three points Spook suitable for radio control (See notes)

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Digital Full-Size Plans will be Emailed only as a PDF.

Or

Buy as a USB stick that can hold up to eight plans for multiple purchases.

USB, in PDF, JPEG, and TIFF formats are shipped by first class airmail.

You may have the plans printed at a print shop or tile printed on your home printer

Vintage reproduced from 1953

Spook

International Class racing boats provide colorful model boating subjects such as this racey hull

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 24” x 17”

Digital Three page article with building notes

Digital emailed files are PDF,

Purchased USB Card includes TIFF and JPEG

Also, USB Card includes several articles on building model boats files are PDF and JPEG

Printing………..IT MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

Length 20”

Beam 8 5/8”

Engine .049 to .099

May be converted to Radio control and or Electric motor

Note: No radio installation shown

by Hank Dillenkofer

CONSTRUCTION:

    Begin making your model by cutting out the two side pieces. Use the grids as a guide to laying out the proper curves on the 1" x 1” strip stock used for these parts. Locate bulkheads A and G and cement them in place along with the 1" sheet balsa bow block. You may at this time also add the other bulkheads and the 1/8" x 1/4" cockpit side strips.

   Installation of the underwater drive is simple. A K&O marine unit proved to be ideal. Note that the rudder is located on the transom and supplies simple and easy adjustment. Try to keep the prop deep to guard against cavitation. Running properly, this model sits up on three points—the sponson tips and the prop. Larger engines are best for tether running.

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