The models of Dave Kammerer of the Garden State Model Boaters
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Oct 12, 2012
, 02:49 PM
United States, NJ, Howell
Joined Mar 2008
Here are the other half of the pictures.
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Note the padlock on the doorway. The folded up seat in the corner unfolds. I should have opened it up.
Dave always had a hand made figure on his boats. After all boats don't look right running with nobody at the helm.
More home made hinged hatch ways.
Detailed dash right down to toggle switches, compass and displays.
Notice the detent on the end of the slider.
The fighting chair has the piping on the vinyl seat corners.
Fish on simulated ice in the Igloo cooler!
Deck hatches removed. The workings for the rudder servo and linkages.
Hatch detail. Note the aluminum hardware with ground down rivets.
The two motors are hidden by these engines.
Not entirely sure if these were kits or not, but I don't think so knowing Dave.
Every detail a real motor would have.
Note the throttle spring.
More hand made deck hardware.
Note Shakespeare on the antennae, or something close to it. Hard to see.
Working ratchet for the antennae.
KC stands for Kamm Craft. A name he came up with for models that he built. Not sure how he made this.
Probably could not find realistic looking fishing poles at this scale, so why not make them.