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magpie1832
#1 Posted : 24 July 2010 12:19:17

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Hi . Just a quick question . What are the scale length of the planks on thr HMS Surprise. Ive got 3mm planks but dont the length. Th
anks Chris..
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karl1113
#2 Posted : 24 July 2010 19:02:50

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the average length of floorboards and planks was 30 feet.so whatever the scale of your boat work it out.
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#3 Posted : 24 July 2010 20:12:30

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I'm having a look around but at the moment I've only found this -

http://modelshipworld.co...B2/viewtopic.php?t=1885

http://jonnyhmssurprise....2010_05_01_archive.html

http://modelshipworld.co...B2/viewtopic.php?t=6295

Hopefully you may find the information in these pages, they do look superb by the way.
Good Luck
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