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I used one of those blue plastic barrels - cleaned out of course. Tough as anything, maybe not as aerodynamic as some but I’m sure a bit of adaptation with a jigsaw and a few self tappers could improve it.

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Cheers. Just bought one from eBay £20. Google images not much help. Some Canadian rigged up a road cone and that was about itIMG_1593.thumb.jpg.264d69e124a3480e58d1f1879c6331bf.jpg

If it’s no good I will just toss it in the stream and someone in the Maldives can make use out of it if the turtles don’t eat it first

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I used one of those blue plastic barrels - cleaned out of course. Tough as anything, maybe not as aerodynamic as some but I’m sure a bit of adaptation with a jigsaw and a few self tappers could improve it.

Or attach half a traffic cone to front to make it look like Thunderbird 1

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