coastie Posted November 14, 2013 Share #1 Posted November 14, 2013 (edited) Earlier this year I bought a Corel Revenue Cutter Ranger. The hobby shop gave me a deep discount because the keel was badly warped. I said to mysel - no sweat I'll make a new one. For some unknown reason known only to my subconcisous I put the keel (along with the false deck) somewhere in the black hole of my garage. I think I placed them somewhere flat so they can straighten out. I don't have much hope in finding them anytime soon, perhaps when I'm gone and buried someone will run across them and think "What is that?". So my questions are: A. Kind I get replacements from Corel, if so how? B. Are the plans generally accurate to scale? I have access to a Laser cutter in which case I can have spot-on to the plan keel/deck/bulkheads. Pieces will be made from solid basswood instead of ply. Edited November 14, 2013 by coastie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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