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by Peter Milne

Here are the full building instructions of probably the easiest-to-construct, really fast, racing machine yet produced.

The Fireball was second in Yachting's “One-Of-A-Kind” Regatta beating the 505 boat for-boat. It is destined for International recognition. Before any small boat enthusiast undertakes the building of his own boat he must be confident in some small measure, of his ability to handle a plane and panel saw—if he shies at the thought of putting up a kitchen shelf, then boatbuilding is just not for him. Fireball, however, does not call for much in the way of boatbuilding skill and all the steps in her construction have been reduced to simple carpentry. Right from the beginning the following code has been kept firmly in mind: (a) Cut to a minimum all jobs requiring two pairs of hands; (b) All joints to be as simple as possible; (c) The fairing up and fitting of the skin to be straightforward.

20 pages, 1 plate(s)

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