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Old 04-07-2011, 01:32 PM
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I am hoping to find one of the Dumas Shelley Foss 45" inch to build up. Anyone have any words of wisdom from your experience with building one????????? Any Pixs???????? Thanks Dave
Old 04-07-2011, 03:23 PM
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May the force be with you.
Old 04-08-2011, 02:30 AM
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Thanks...I will need all the help I can get. I have always been told I set myself some VERY lofty goals.
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Not currently shown in the Dumas Online Store. You will probably have much more difficulty getting one than building it, unless you already have one. Try: http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/fb.asp?m=9713018

You could always buy the 36 from Dumas, "No. 1207" and scale it up to 45. Then you could have two tugs, Oh Darn!
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How true that is John...and you cant have too many tugs. I have rebuilt /completed several 24 SF projects and sold them on EBAY. I also have two 24" SF's and two 36's "keepers". I just dont have a 45" !!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have also talked to Dumas in case there was one hidding on a back shelf in the store room...no luck.
Old 04-18-2011, 02:45 PM
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I saw a hull for this on Ebay about three months ago. So, they are around on occasion. You do realize that this thing, once built is pretty heavy to tote around.
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Yea...our club members have a couple of Darby's. It takes two guys to tote them to the water. I remember the one a couple- three months ago on EBAY. I wasnt in the market then...am now!
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Tugger, Im not sure if your the same guy I spoke to awhile back but Ive got a hull if your interesteted. Drop me a line maybe we can work something out, Thanks.
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Hey Merc...PM msg sent. Yes I am interested....Dave
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I believe I have one new in the box in the attic.....I will check
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Thanks Lear...I would very much appreciate your looking into it. I am still trying to find a hull. Thought I had found one but after 2 months still no luck.

Dave
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Hey Dave, look what I found.........
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Actually, this is not the 45", its the 24" .........dang, just noticed that. Oh well, I tried to help ya out
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how much u want for the 24'?
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thanks Lear...I appreciate your effort.I have done numerous 24's and 3 36's. I have kept one of the 24's and one 36. Now just looking for the last 45" for my collection...Dave
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ORIGINAL: Deathwish

how much u want for the 24'?
Just make a fair offer and I will ship it to ya..

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