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Endeavour J-Class Yacht 1934 80:1

Endeavour J-Class Yacht 1934 80:1


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Endeavour J-Class Yacht (1934) 80:1 Amati

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Congratulations on completion and such a really sharp looking boat. Very, very nice.



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Beautiful J Boat model. Is it radio controlled for sailing? I have plans to build one of these. I would Love to communicate with you .

Sincerely , Bill Young

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Thanks Bill...no it's not radio controlled. Hope my build log online can help you through some stuff, if not feel free to email. Thanks again

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Gorgeous boat, Dave! I enjoyed reading your build log too.


I love these sleek, racing sailboats. I'm currently building the Pen Duick by Artesania Latina and am already thinking that I would love to build one of these J Class boats.





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