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Old 02-13-2011, 08:47 PM
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hey folks:While searching for a used mutineer 15 recently I contacted a gent who collects older/obsolete small boats--he didnt have a mutt, but he mentioned a class he said was similar,but i've never heard of it -I googled,but to no avail---Has any one ever heard of a gulfstream 15? Doug?--anybody ?
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Old 02-13-2011, 09:49 PM
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hey folks:While searching for a used mutineer 15 recently I contacted a gent who collects older/obsolete small boats--he didnt have a mutt, but he mentioned a class he said was similar,but i've never heard of it -I googled,but to no avail---Has any one ever heard of a gulfstream 15? Doug?--anybody ?
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Never heard of it-PM PAR( Paul Ricelli ) he's very good at identifying mystery boats.
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Old 02-13-2011, 11:04 PM
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thanksanyway,doug--how about it --anyone else ever heard of a gulfstream 15-Par-?--Ithink the guy may be making this one up. thanks
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Old 02-15-2011, 02:53 AM
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A quick look though my data base didn't produce anything interesting. Are you sure he's got the name right? The only Gulfstream I remember are the Derecktor builds for S&S which were CCA contenders of the 50's and splendid boats if you ever have a change to sail on one. I've been on a 42' Gulfstream yawl and it was a fast, fine ride.
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Old 02-17-2011, 10:56 PM
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thanks ,par--turns out the boat in question was a mutineer--the guy was reading a tag placed on it by a dealer--gulfstream sailboats-I cant believe he saw that tag and not the two metal plates that said chrysler.( I did finally find agulfstream 15 designed by a guy named Bludworth but its now moot )Appreciate your looking --thanks
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