Hey, folks. I bought a plastic 1:142 scale ship for conversion to RC combat. I know the hull is not strong enough to hold up under fire, and I intend to reinforce it with fiberglass. Trouble is, I'm not sure how to go about it. I already have some good epoxy, but I'm not sure what weight and weave of fiberglass to use. Also, my brother Eric says to fiberglass the outside while I want to fiberglass the inside. What do you guys think? The hull needs to be strong enough to hold up under Big Gun fire at close range, but not so heavy that I cannot install the running gear. Also, if the fiberglass is on the inside, how will the plastic hold up under fire? The model is the Revell North Sea Trawler, about 14" long 2" wide, and takes approx 7 oz weight to float at waterline.