Unofficial Site

Hello everyone, We have recently acquired a 40th anniversary edition FS #5136 and are looking at all the ways it can be rigged. It is a pretty basic setup right now. I know there was an unnoficial site that contained a lot of good ideas and images but it no longer appears to be active. I have looked at it via web.archive.org but a goodly number of the images are missing. Does anyone know of a location where this information might be still be available? Thanks Bud

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Fields Gunsett, father of the Unofficial site, and I are trying

Fields Gunsett, father of the Unofficial site, and I are trying to resurrect the information he had posted, and move it to the official site. Stay tuned. Hank Sykes FSSA Forum editor

Any word on this site info being restored? I just purchased #34

Any word on this site info being restored? I just purchased #3410 and have a lot of questions about rigging this boat. I'm looking for all of the examples I can get! Thanks, Dion #3410

Hank, Very glad to hear you are trying to restore Fields Guns

Hank, Very glad to hear you are trying to restore Fields Gunsett's terrific Unofficial Flying Scot web site. I too have an old boat project under way and sorely miss the great ideas and ESPECIALLY the photos from Fields old site. Any progress to report? Need any help? Thanks again!

Any update yet?

Any word of getting his website pictures and descriptions posted to the new website?  The topics would be a good basis for new "how too" articles in Scot's 'n Water as well.

TomT

FS4610

Wayback

You can get much of what was there from the Wayback Machine at http://web.archive.org/web/20090530083921/http://unofficial-flyingscot-p...

Many of the pictures are missing but it's still interesting.

Glenn Wesley

FS #5919 - DJ'