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MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT -- ELECTRIC POWER
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT ACCESSORIES
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT DIORAMA & DISPLAY
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT ENGINE
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT FUEL SYSTEM
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT HULL
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT PAINTING & FINISHING
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT PROPELLER
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT STORAGE & TRANSPORT
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT: RADIO CONTROL
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE BOAT: TETHERED RACING
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE ROWBOAT
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE SAILBOAT
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE STEAMBOAT
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE SUBMARINE
sa   MODEL & MINIATURE WARSHIP
sa   NOAH'S ARK
sa   TOY BOAT
x   MODEL & MINIATURE SHIP
x   SHIP (MODEL & MINIATURE)
xx   BOAT
xx   MODEL & MINIATURE

How to build a ship in a bottle. Covers tools, making a workstand, and a step-by-step set of drawings and instructions for a simple Bluenose schooner built in a bottle.
AMERICANA Jan-Feb 1978 (v.5#6) pg. 25

High speed electric boat can use radio control.
BOYS' LIFE Aug 1963 (v.53#8) pg. 50

S.S. Clermont steamship model has electric motor driven paddle wheels.
BOYS' LIFE May 1964 (v.54#5) pg. 84

U.S.S. Monitor has tin can turnet and electric motor drive.
BOYS' LIFE Jun 1964 (v.54#6) pg. 42

Roman merchant ship.
BOYS' LIFE Dec 1965 (v.55#12) pg. 48

How to make a "seascape" base for a model ship.
BOYS' LIFE Oct 1980 (v.70#10) pg. 80

Building the 1/43 resin kit of Donald Campbell's Bluebird CN7 jet-powered water-speed-record speedboat. Includes tips on correcting the kit and repairing blemishes.
FINESCALE MODELER Sep 1989 (v.7#6) pg. 62

Building cast-resin ships and boats. Tips on assembly, painting, adding details, etc.
FINESCALE MODELER Nov 1994 (v.12#7) pg. 48

How to make model ships from agate slabs. Includes patterns for a square-rigged ship, a Chinese junk and a Viking ship.
GEMS & MINERALS #517 Nov 1980 pg. 98

Mocon "A" model-boat remote controller. Use one channel of a two-channel R/C unit to operate the throttle of your electric-powered model boat (stop, forward, reverse, speed). Controls a 1/35-HP motor powered by a 12-volt battery.
HANDS-ON ELECTRONICS Sep-Oct 1986 (v.3#5) pg. 67

Swamp buggy air boat.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #434 Jul 1964 (v.60) pg. 104

How to build a ship in a bottle. Includes instructions on making the tools that are needed.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #457 Jun 1966 (v.62) pg. 118

Refitting an RNLI model of the first Barnett twin screw special lifeboat. Includes restoration tips that can apply to any model.
MODEL BOATS #469 Mar 1990 (v.40) pg. 41

Tips on modeling the bulwarks found on modern merchant ships.
MODEL BOATS #487 Sep 1991 (v.41) pg. 56

Modelling in miniature. Techniques used in building small scale models (less than 1/8" per foot).
MODEL BOATS #492 Feb 1992 (v.42) pg. 20

The steam drifter - Formidable. An introduction to the type and drawings for a typical vessel. Instructions for a 1:33 scale model included. Part 1.
MODEL BOATS #507 May 1993 (v.43) pg. 14

The steam drifter - Formidable. Part 2.
MODEL BOATS #508 Jun 1993 (v.43) pg. 50

Nine steps to obtain a good repair to a damaged or chipped fiberglas gel coat on a model boat.
MODEL BOATS #517 Mar 1994 (v.44) pg. 24

M.V. Baykalsk. Drawings for a Soviet barge-handling tug.
MODEL BOATS #519 May 1994 (v.44) pg. 8

M.V. Baykalsk. Drawings for a barge to accompany the Soviet barge-handling tug.
MODEL BOATS #520 Jun 1994 (v.44) pg. 10

Donald Campbell's Bluebird K7 jet-powered boat. Scale drawings that do not include any model details or suggestions as to model propulsion.
MODEL BOATS #521 Jul 1994 (v.44) pg. 24

Hints and ideas from a model boat builder on the various phases of the project (preparation, hull, fittings, spars, rigging, flags & pennants, and bases and cases).
MODEL BOATS #522 Aug 1994 (v.44) pg. 11

Tip on labeling your model boat in case it gets lost.
MODEL BOATS #524 Oct 1994 (v.44) pg. 8

Chantala, a cargo passenger vessel of the 1950's. Modeling ideas are included. Full-size water-line drawings must be ordered.
MODEL BOATS #524 Oct 1994 (v.44) pg. 10
Added Info MODEL BOATS #526 Dec 1994 (v.44) pg. 5

RMAS (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service) Moorhen. Detailed plans for modeling a Royal Navy support vessel used to lay moorings within harbor limits and local salvage work. Full-size plans must be purchased. Part 1. Molding the hull.
MODEL BOATS #529 Mar 1995 (v.45) pg. 34

RMAS (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service) Moorhen. Part 2. Fitting deck and supports, installing propeller shafts, motors, radio, etc.
MODEL BOATS #530 Apr 1995 (v.45) pg. 20

Glenrose I. Instructions for modeling a modern stern trawler. Full-size plans must be ordered. Part 1. Description of the full-size ship.
MODEL BOATS #531 May 1995 (v.45) pg. 28

RMAS (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service) Moorhen. Part 3. Basic superstructure and wheelhouse.
MODEL BOATS #531 May 1995 (v.45) pg. 52

Glenrose I. Part 2. Hull molding and main deck bearers.
MODEL BOATS #532 Jun 1995 (v.45) pg. 35

RMAS (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service) Moorhen. Part 4. Lifting horns, crane, winches, hatches, mast, radar, liferafts, etc.
MODEL BOATS #532 Jun 1995 (v.45) pg. 56

Glenrose I. Part 3. Stern gantry, stanchions, tailgate, etc.
MODEL BOATS #533 Jul 1995 (v.45) pg. 20

RMAS (Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service) Moorhen. Part 5. Painting.
MODEL BOATS #533 Jul 1995 (v.45) pg. 49

Scale model shipbuilding hints on the planking of period ship models. Looks at scratch-built option, kit-built option, fastenings, plank bending, etc.
MODEL BOATS #534 Aug 1995 (v.45) pg. 40

Glenrose I. Part 4. Bridge and mast.
MODEL BOATS #534 Aug 1995 (v.45) pg. 49

Glenrose I. Part 5. Conclusion
MODEL BOATS #535 Sep 1995 (v.45) pg. 16

Where did I go wrong? Why model boats loose points during static judging. A look at some of the full-scale details which may be overlooked by model makers.
MODEL BOATS #543 May 1996 (v.46) pg. 58

British Coast. Build a 1:93 scale model of a 1930's twin-screw passenger vessel for UK coastal trade. Full-size plan included.
MODEL BOATS #549 Nov 1996 (v.46) pg. 36
Correction MODEL BOATS #551 Jan 1997 (v.47) pg. 8
Added Info MODEL BOATS #552 Feb 1997 (v.47) pg. 5
Added Info MODEL BOATS #554 Apr 1997 (v.47) pg. 6
Added Info MODEL BOATS #556 Jun 1997 (v.47) pg. 6

Tip on simulating the between plank caulking on wooden decks.
MODEL BOATS #552 Feb 1997 (v.47) pg. 24

Caryon. A plan feature for a 1/96-scale model of a 1957 cabin cruiser. Construction uses the same planking over framework method found in the original.
MODEL BOATS #553 Mar 1997 (v.47) pg. 40

A user's guide to Deluxe Materials' full range of model boat construction products (adhesives, fillers, finishes, etc.).
MODEL BOATS #553 Mar 1997 (v.47) pg. 52

S.S. Escondido. A freelance cargo liner. Ideal for that first scratchbuilt model. Full-size plans included.
MODEL BOATS #555 May 1997 (v.47) pg. 30

Launch your ship. Build a replica of a slipway for launching model ships stern-first, just like a real one.
MODEL BOATS #557 Jul 1997 (v.47) pg. 20

Peadar Elaine. Build a 1/25-scale model of a specialized craft designed solely for catching crabs. Full-size plans included for this 29" long model. Part 1.
MODEL BOATS #561 Sep 19 1997 (v.47) pg. 12, Insert

Kingston Peridot (old smokey). A 1/48-scale model of a side fishing steam trawler. Full-size plans available. Part 1.
MODEL BOATS #564 Dec 12 1997 (v.47) pg. 52

Scratch building small scale scenic ships. Part 1.
MODEL BOATS #584 Jul 22 1999 (v.49) pg. 40

Scratch building small scale scenic ships. Part 2.
MODEL BOATS #585 Aug 19 1999 (v.49) pg. 49
Correction MODEL BOATS #587 Oct 1999 (v.49) pg. 12

Chinese novelties. Minature junk and sampan boat models, a jinrikisha with scroll-sawn wheels, and a balancing fish toy.
NATIONAL CARVERS REVIEW Spring 1980 (v.11#1) pg. 6

Miniature of a floating camp flatboat taken from "The American Boy's Handy Book" (published in 1882).
NUTSHELL NEWS Aug 1995 (v.25#8) pg. 90

Water bug, a prop driven hydrofoil.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jun 1963 (v.119#6) pg. 128

Air-driven hydroplane.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jun 1964 (v.121#6) pg. 126

The trick of putting a submarine in a bottle. Tools and tips for assembling a wooden model inside a glass bottle.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1967 (v.127#1) pg. 158

Getting started in radio control modeling with a sailplane or sailboat.
POPULAR MECHANICS Aug 1975 (v.144#2) pg. 42

Model hydroplane is driven forward by an airplane propeller powered by a .020 to .049 model engine.
POPULAR SCIENCE May 1969 (v.194#5) pg. 140

The art and craft of ship model making. Advice on choosing the model, choosing the scale, research, materials, construction, finishing, etc.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #3 Winter 1985-86 pg. 45

How good is your ship model? Part 1. A description of the twelve most commonly built types of ship models, what to look for when selecting a model, research sources, etc.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #3 Winter 1985-86 pg. 67

How good is your ship model? Part 2. Materials and techniques.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #4 Spring 1986 pg. 58

How good is your ship model? Part 3. Museum quality.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #5 Summer 1986 pg. 15

Before the chips fly. A few thoughts to guide the new ship modeler.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #6 Autumn 1986 pg. 23

How good is your ship model? Part 4. The aesthetic choices.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #6 Autumn 1986 pg. 64

Ship model kits. An understanding of the various types of kits and advice on choosing a kit. Includes a directory of kit manufacturers and dealers.
SCALE WOODCRAFT #7 Winter 1987 pg. 46

Table lamp base features a wooden model of the nation's oldest fireboat, the Edward M. Cotter.
WEEKEND WOODWORKING (PROJECTS) #21 May 1991 (v.4#3) pg. 10

The beauty of construction models. Don't be stymied by full-size boatbuilding problems. Solve them by first building a scale model.
WOODENBOAT #66 Sep-Oct 1985 pg. 29

"The Bayou Belle", a battery-powered houseboat.
WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1966 (v.22#4) pg. 8

 


 
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