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    J-class sail boat drawings

    Does anyone know where to find or may have drawings of any of the J-boats from 1930 to 1938.



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    RE: J-class sail boat drawings

    sorry cant help you ive looked all over google and other web sites

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    RE: J-class sail boat drawings


    ORIGINAL: alleycat

    Does anyone know where to find or may have drawings of any of the J-boats from 1930 to 1938.



    Alleycat
    Hi
    Try this site you might find some thing therehttp://www.swcp.com/usvmyg/
    Also try a seach under "Vintage Model Yachts".
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    RE: J-class sail boat drawings

    You can also get them from the Mystic Seaport Museum.
    http://www.mysticseaport.org/library...ions/ships.cfm

    They are shipped quickly in a tube, and are reasonably priced. Don't be scammed into buying plans or roylaties [X(] (yes, I have seen it) that can be obtained from Mystic. There are others out there that will try and sell you rights to boats and plans they do not have any right to do so. ( I am not sure, but I don't think Lipton, Sopwith and such took into account model yachts sales 100 years later)


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