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Custom RC Boats International
Hobbies AMPS boats and motors are BACK! This
is a great website that allows you to custom build an RC boat.
A great website to see toy boats, outboards, old outboard ads and Antique
outboards. Scott sells toy outboard stands and boxes too!
outboards Want to buy a finely detailed toy outboard at an
extremely reasonable price? Try the Alterscale website for the finest toy
outboards ever made!
Need to find information, parts, etc., for your Scott-Atwater outboard?
Here's a great website for all of your Scott outboard needs.
and Classic Outboard Motor Paint Need paint and decals to restore
your real antique outboard motor?
Motor Club Website Do you love antique outboards? If so
here's a club that's afflicted with the same sickness!
Hagerman's Antique Boat & Motor Mania. Great site for pictures of
old motors, including racing motors. Very informative.
Buy online the finest Miniature Cotton Flags printed on both sides, in
over 250 (National, Maritime, Historical, Club and Company) designs in 10 sizes
from 3/8" (10mm) to 6" (150mm), Cotton Signal Sets in 4 scales from
1:350 to 1:24, Self Adhesive Vinyl Flags in all 10 sizes, Sheets of Vinyl
Lettering in 9 sizes from 1/8" (3mm) to 1" (25mm), Individual Vinyl
Lettering in Pennant Font "Warship Typeface" and Arial Font in 4 sizes
from 3/4" (20mm) to 2" (50mm) and RNLI Bow Emblems. This is a great place to buy Flags for your model boat. They make real
cotton flags and Vinyl Lettering that are terrific! I bought a Century Burgee and ensign stern
flag for my Sterling Century Sea Maid boat and they look great! They also
do custom work for people. Visit their great site at: http://www.modelflags.com
or email Brian at ModelFlags@aol.com.
Scooters is a website for people looking to buy a Scooter.
They have an excellent selection of scooter and I was amazed at how
many different types of scooters there were for sale. The home
page reads: "Oh, for the good old days, when “scooters”
meant toys which children, usually boys, rode. It was a
vehicle consisting of a footboard mounted on two wheels with a long
steering column and started by pushing off with one foot."
Now there are so many more available. Visit them at:
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