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  • Lots Of Good Info Here

    This is the old website for Bob, but lots of good info here.

  • #2
    I couldn't bring myself to let that old site go.

    My favorite is my very first RC submarine, the 35th Disney Nautilus scratchbuild:


    • #3

      No sir, this is my favorite. Were you trying out for NASA in the underwater simulator? Click image for larger version  Name:	6372EC82-12F2-4995-B215-5003990B7291.png Views:	0 Size:	52.5 KB ID:	142281
      Last edited by Das Boot; 07-26-2020, 04:41 PM.


      • #4
        Sea Trek in Mexico. A really cool experience and I recommend it to anyone. I felt very Captain Nemo-ish. On a side note, I was so badly sunburned that it killed me to get into the water at first. I looked like a lobster in a helmet!