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March 2012 Blog Posts (7)

Custom 76" Enforcer... Look out Atlantic Ocean!

Well, hello to all that read this....

I'm not sure what you may find interesting, but I figured I'd take a moment to say thank you to Tony and Pam for taking on my build request. If you've looked at the pictures posted to the site recently you may have come across the custom 76" Scarab build over the winter as noted by Tony. I took possession of the ship recently and I have to say, the pictures are really nice but the actual boat is amazing!

I had some specific design requests,… Continue

Added by Barry Manno on March 16, 2012 at 4:30pm — 1 Comment

shipping charges....dont get a surprise get informed

I Ordered my first out of country order when I ordered my team pro. Pam does the shipping at WHH she figured out the cost to ship my boat to me, she did her end perfectly, I did my end not so good. My mistake was not reading UPS " Rates for Customs Clearance into Canada" I did not know that you have to request special services to get cut rates, and of course they did not explain the situation when they phoned me. Arrr

Read up on " Entry Preparation Charges", " Bond Fees", " Additional… Continue

Added by Gordon T Haley on March 15, 2012 at 7:46am — 2 Comments


I did something I hate this morning and that's to go upstairs in our storage room. This room is over 2000 sq' of pure 30 years of WHH molds, patterns, unsold product, you name it! My greatest fear is how one day I will get rid of it all, and in hopes that maybe a well advertised yard sale might do it.

Anyway I looked at what we had for the large scale gas boat molds and I found a few along with some patterns that were never made into working molds, and thought I would share them with…


Added by Tony Castronovo on March 14, 2012 at 12:53pm — No Comments

Semi-Scale LSG and WHH's Role 1982 - 20??

I just uploaded a few pictures of my and my companies archives that show the early days and years of Enforcer Boats. It may come to a surprise for most of you that don't know how rich our history is, and how it came to be what we know of it today.

In 1982 I was Nitro Boat Racer guys, but I loved scale modeling, and especially live steam, but as a young man with a small hobby shop and barely squeeking out a living, live steam was all but a dream. So when I was presented with the invent…


Added by Tony Castronovo on March 13, 2012 at 12:00pm — 1 Comment

PT boats

It seams PT boats are very popular. while looking on the net i found lots of info. one site pt-boats.com where John drew his own plans from his research. he shows how he built his pt boat from wood for electric motors, but he also thought of a Zenoah G23 powered version. take a look if you are into PT boats.

Added by Gordon T Haley on March 11, 2012 at 10:35am — 1 Comment

fiberglass resources


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Added by Gordon T Haley on March 7, 2012 at 4:45pm — 3 Comments

WHH gauges and drivers

When I made my 1949 Chris~Craft I used RC airplane kits back in 1990. The kits had metal rings, plastic lenses, and many guage faces. The kits are no longer made. The WHH kits look very life like and will look great with my wrap.

Added by Gordon T Haley on March 3, 2012 at 2:02pm — No Comments

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