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    Does anyone know if ASV are still in business? I have been trying to contact them for several months but so far I have had no luck. I want to buy a set of their plans.

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    Big Gaz is your man. The guy doing the Tamar Cruise this weekend.
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    Gaz hasn't had any luck contacting them either

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    sadly i think Al is right, ASV are proving impossable to contact.

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    email address I have is mailto:adel@asv-aust.com

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    I have just tried that email address, so I will wait and see if I get a response. That is the fourth email address I have tried now.

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    Hi,
    Suggest you get the plans book from Nell Hovercraft, it is basically the same craft. These craft have been made by many different companies over the years, and commercially copied in Eastern Europe and further modified. The fact ASV is not responding atm is more indicative of the hovercraft scene in Australia than of the design itself. Built to the plans in light ply it accommodates 45-50hp air cooled, can be proportionally enlarged to take heavier engines and loads. There are also examples with front lift engines running around.

    Nell / Viper have brilliant support as evidenced in this build log

    http://www.speedjunky.net/html/viper_build_page_1.htm

    yamah

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