I have four Moebius Seaviews, one is pure display and I am still toying around with making it a cutaway display model.
Three are RC, two are functional SNORT systems, the next Seaview and my new Gato will be RCABS from Big Dave.
I am going to get a Deboer Seaview and kick my ass for not getting the one that sold on this forum, last fall.
DOOH....that was a STEAL.
I have high hopes to get my hands on this remake of the Seaviewhttp://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_9378637/tm.htm
I would also like one Disney Nautilus at some point.
My next endevor is to build a large Aircraft Carrier like the boys who do war games, from balsa plywood and fiberglass.
I found this, and I am inspired, to build my own next time at this scale.
So what defines Large Scale? Some say 1/96, 1/72, and 1/48. Well I have a 1/144 Carrier, she is significantly larger than the nect scale 1/350, Measuring in at 8 feet lin, 2 feet wide, and 2 feet from Keel to Mast. I woudl have to say she is large scale..
I got a 1/350 conversion going on with the Big E and I am getting a lot good advice from this threadhttp://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?p=14395794#post14395794
I found that the SNORT tube fits the Tamiya Enterprise perfectly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhr4NN_3kZk
I have been shown how to make a home made vector thrust system from the ball and socket of a underarm deoderent bottle.
LOL< HOW INGENIOUS.http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_9516402/tm.htm
That is for my Star Ship Enterprise project I have in mind.
Waiting on LEDs from China and I need to grab some paint...almost home free.
I have studied Steve Neills build and with Big Dave's CD I will have this baby together in no time.
I await the arrivial of the Gato.
Its fun to have several things to fart around with.