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Huntsman 34" 1:11 Scale - Fibreglass Hull

The classic Fairey Huntsman 31 has been charming modellers for many years,
with its advanced hull design made out of fibreglass and classy super-structure, which is a one-piece removable super-structure which allow plenty of room for even the largest motors. No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly
depending on the type of power unit used. But the detailed instructions give plenty
of installation options for the model.

The Huntsman 31 was Alan Burnard's brainchild as The primary reason for this hull was
comfort at sea and racing (and staying dry!). Alan drew the hull lines in 1966/1967 Two versions of
the Huntsman 31 were to be built by Faireys, one with an aft cabin and one with an open cockpit.
Between the years 1961 and 1973 the total number of awards won by Fairey Marine cruisers
in powerboat races was 148. In addition to this was an impresive tally of 54 awards for races
in 1969 alone. This makes a grand total of 202 awards in 12 years or almost 17 awards per year!!
Price in 1970 for complete boat £11,340 inc. twin Perkins T6354 145hp diesels.

Scale 1:11
Length 34 Inches - 860mm
Beam 9.75 Inches - 270mm

Huntsman 34" 1:11 Scale - Wooden Hull

The classic Fairey Huntsman 31 has been charming modellers for many years,
with its advanced hull design made out of fibreglass and classy super-structure, which is a one-piece removable super-structure which allow plenty of room for even the largest motors. No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly
depending on the type of power unit used. But the detailed instructions give plenty
of installation options for the model.

The Huntsman 31 was Alan Burnard's brainchild as The primary reason for this hull was
comfort at sea and racing (and staying dry!). Alan drew the hull lines in 1966/1967 Two versions of
the Huntsman 31 were to be built by Faireys, one with an aft cabin and one with an open cockpit.
Between the years 1961 and 1973 the total number of awards won by Fairey Marine cruisers
in powerboat races was 148. In addition to this was an impresive tally of 54 awards for races
in 1969 alone. This makes a grand total of 202 awards in 12 years or almost 17 awards per year!!
Price in 1970 for complete boat £11,340 inc. twin Perkins T6354 145hp diesels.

Scale 1:11
Length 34 Inches - 860mm
Beam 9.75 Inches - 270mm

Huntsman 46" 1:8 Scale - Fibreglass Hull

The classic Fairey Huntsman 31 has been charming modellers for many years,
with its advanced hull design made out of fibreglass and classy super-structure, which is a one-piece removable super-structure which allow plenty of room for even the largest motors. No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly
depending on the type of power unit used. But the detailed instructions give plenty
of installation options for the model.

The Huntsman 31 was Alan Burnard's brainchild as The primary reason for this hull was
comfort at sea and racing (and staying dry!). Alan drew the hull lines in 1966/1967 Two versions of
the Huntsman 31 were to be built by Faireys, one with an aft cabin and one with an open cockpit.
Between the years 1961 and 1973 the total number of awards won by Fairey Marine cruisers
in powerboat races was 148. In addition to this was an impresive tally of 54 awards for races
in 1969 alone. This makes a grand total of 202 awards in 12 years or almost 17 awards per year!!
Price in 1970 for complete boat £11,340 inc. twin Perkins T6354 145hp diesels.

Scale 1:8
Length 46.5 Inches - 1180mm
Beam 15 Inches - 380mm

Huntsman 46" 1:8 Scale - Wooden Hull

The classic Fairey Huntsman 31 has been charming modellers for many years,
with its advanced hull design made out of fibreglass and classy super-structure, which is a one-piece removable super-structure which allow plenty of room for even the largest motors. No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly
depending on the type of power unit used. But the detailed instructions give plenty
of installation options for the model.

The Huntsman 31 was Alan Burnard's brainchild as The primary reason for this hull was
comfort at sea and racing (and staying dry!). Alan drew the hull lines in 1966/1967 Two versions of
the Huntsman 31 were to be built by Faireys, one with an aft cabin and one with an open cockpit.
Between the years 1961 and 1973 the total number of awards won by Fairey Marine cruisers
in powerboat races was 148. In addition to this was an impresive tally of 54 awards for races
in 1969 alone. This makes a grand total of 202 awards in 12 years or almost 17 awards per year!!
Price in 1970 for complete boat £11,340 inc. twin Perkins T6354 145hp diesels.

Scale 1:8
Length 46.5 Inches - 1180mm
Beam 15 Inches - 380mm

Perkasa 37" 1:32 Scale - Fibreglass Hull

The Perkasa is a scale gas turbine attack craft. This model has a wooden hull and features a one-piece
superstructure which, when removed, gives clear and easy access to the powerplant and R/C bays.
No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly depending on the type of power unit used.

Not being a 'deep V' type hull, all versions of the model are ideal for electric power.
For top performance, choose a water cooled marine Engine in the .35 to .40 range.

The Perkasa were designed and built for the British Admiralty in 1954-59
they had three Rolls Royce Marine Proteus gas turbines as their main power plant,
driving through reverse/reduction vee-drive gearboxes to fully-cavitating propellers.
They were the first warships in the world to be fitted with these engines,
they have maximum speed between 50 and 60 knots. Most have diesel auxiliary engines for
cruising and manoeuvring. They are hard-chine, planing boats, 96 ft. in length. The
armament generally consists of two 40 mm L.60 Bofors guns and four 21-in
torpedoes carried in side-launching chutes.

Scale 1:32
Length 37 Inches - 935mm
Beam 9.25 Inches - 235mm

Perkasa 37" 1:32 Scale - Wooden Hull

The Perkasa is a scale gas turbine attack craft. This model has a wooden hull and features a one-piece
superstructure which, when removed, gives clear and easy access to the powerplant and R/C bays.
No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly depending on the type of power unit used.

Not being a 'deep V' type hull, all versions of the model are ideal for electric power.
For top performance, choose a water cooled marine Engine in the .35 to .40 range.

The Perkasa were designed and built for the British Admiralty in 1954-59
they had three Rolls Royce Marine Proteus gas turbines as their main power plant,
driving through reverse/reduction vee-drive gearboxes to fully-cavitating propellers.
They were the first warships in the world to be fitted with these engines,
they have maximum speed between 50 and 60 knots. Most have diesel auxiliary engines for
cruising and manoeuvring. They are hard-chine, planing boats, 96 ft. in length. The
armament generally consists of two 40 mm L.60 Bofors guns and four 21-in
torpedoes carried in side-launching chutes.

Scale 1:32
Length 37 Inches - 935mm
Beam 9.25 Inches - 235mm

Perkasa 49" 1:24 Scale - Fibreglass Hull

The Perkasa is a scale gas turbine attack craft. This model has a wooden hull and features a one-piece
superstructure which, when removed, gives clear and easy access to the powerplant and R/C bays.
No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly depending on the type of power unit used.

Not being a 'deep V' type hull, all versions of the model are ideal for electric power.
For top performance, choose a water cooled marine Engine in the .35 to .40 range.

The Perkasa were designed and built for the British Admiralty in 1954-59
they had three Rolls Royce Marine Proteus gas turbines as their main power plant,
driving through reverse/reduction vee-drive gearboxes to fully-cavitating propellers.
They were the first warships in the world to be fitted with these engines,
they have maximum speed between 50 and 60 knots. Most have diesel auxiliary engines for
cruising and manoeuvring. They are hard-chine, planing boats, 96 ft. in length. The
armament generally consists of two 40 mm L.60 Bofors guns and four 21-in
torpedoes carried in side-launching chutes.

Scale 1:24
Length 49.2 Inches - 1250mm
Beam 12.5 Inches - 310mm

Perkasa 49i" 1:24 Scale - Wooden Hull

The Perkasa is a scale gas turbine attack craft. This model has a wooden hull and features a one-piece
superstructure which, when removed, gives clear and easy access to the powerplant and R/C bays.
No running hardware is provided as this will vary greatly depending on the type of power unit used.

Not being a 'deep V' type hull, all versions of the model are ideal for electric power.
For top performance, choose a water cooled marine Engine in the .35 to .40 range.

The Perkasa were designed and built for the British Admiralty in 1954-59
they had three Rolls Royce Marine Proteus gas turbines as their main power plant,
driving through reverse/reduction vee-drive gearboxes to fully-cavitating propellers.
They were the first warships in the world to be fitted with these engines,
they have maximum speed between 50 and 60 knots. Most have diesel auxiliary engines for
cruising and manoeuvring. They are hard-chine, planing boats, 96 ft. in length. The
armament generally consists of two 40 mm L.60 Bofors guns and four 21-in
torpedoes carried in side-launching chutes.

Scale 1:24
Length 49.2 Inches - 1250mm
Beam 12.5 Inches - 310mm

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