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    Warehouse Hobbies Tug and Cutter

    I've seen guys looking for big fiberglass tugboat hulls and while looking on Warehouse Hobbies site I found a 48" one and also a 55" Coast Guard cutter. I didn't know they made these until a few minutes ago and thought maybe someone else might be interested. http://www.whobbies.com/category.php?cid=234

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    RE: Warehouse Hobbies Tug and Cutter

    If anyone is interested in buying one of these hulls,you better do it in the near future as Warehouse Hobbies is closing their doors.There's a thread on Jim's Boat Dock about it and it is apparently for health reasons.Another manufacturer will be gone as others in the past.They have good solid boat hulls,hardware,engines and other r/c boat accessories as well as good advice from Tony,even if you never bought from them.

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    RE: Warehouse Hobbies Tug and Cutter

    The coast guard cutter looks like it would make a really nice project ! Hopefully I can get one before they close. Sad to see them go !


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    RE: Warehouse Hobbies Tug and Cutter

    His son is supposed to keep up the engine line and hopefully they will keep the guys who make the hulls in their shop.
    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_11...m.htm#11557763


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