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GaryM:
Hi Bluebird

Received my plans of FLJ, mind you I had to wait 17 long hours after phoning till they were delivered to the door! :o  :)

It will be a while before I start, but I was wondering whether it would still be classed as a 'beginners' model if I were to double the size?  Or should I stick to the plans?
I suppose it's because I'm a bit clumsy and I like 'big'

Also where is it best to source 'Liteply' & 'Obechi' my local stores (Wick's, B & Q, Homebase, Focus etc.)  all supply sheets of 'plywood' in various thicknesses, but no branded names and no Balsa.

regards
Gary :)

FullLeatherJacket:
http://www.slecuk.com/

No, Gary. You make your own ball and chain doubling the thing to 48"!
But if you do..............  ;)
FLJ

GaryM:
Thanks FLJ O0 - I think :)

I really want 48" but at the same time don't want to run before I can walk, so to speak. :)
Most of all I want to be dead proud of a model I've constructed myself from some bits of wood. :)  I would also like it to be big. :)

regards
Gary :)

FullLeatherJacket:
Gary
How about a compromise - 36" (i.e. x 150%) with two Speed 600 ECOs in it? Now THAT I could drool over.......... 8)
FLJ

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