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Old 08-12-2001, 01:53 PM
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14 foot Fletcher

I have just bought myself a wreck of a boat. It is a 14 foot Fletcher and all there is is a fiberglass hull. This is my first project and i am really looking forward to turning this wreck into something beautiful, I am finding it difficult to find any form of reference or help on the net as to what the boat should finally look like (thatís a sad picture isnít it!) so if there is anyone that could help me I would be most grateful.
yours Hopefully Chris.
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Old 08-12-2001, 01:59 PM
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What year (approximately) is the boat?

Here are a few leads:

Fletcher Arrowflyte 14 GTO
http://www.dehippertzaandam.demon.nl/fletcher14.html
http://www.chantier-naval-express.fr/fletcher_14.htm

Interesting, but not quite on target:
http://website.lineone.net/~john.maidman/myboat.htm

I think there is a Fletcher sailboat too, but I believe you're referring to a powerboat, correct?
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