Help identifying 1970s boat

Discussion in 'Outboards' started by michael scotto, Aug 25, 2021.

  1. michael scotto
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    Found on bottom of Lake was last registered in 89 but had alot of stickers below it I think its some sort of racing boat or something vintage more pics coming soon when she's cleaned up. No hull numbers or markings anywhere besides r
     
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  3. Mr Efficiency
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    Those fins could mean it is late 50's early 60's
     
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  4. michael scotto
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    That would be awesome im stuck on what size motor to put on her it looks like it used to go fast but I will probably just play it safe with a 5hp. The fiberglass was in perfect condition besides the holes they drilled to sink it.
     
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    You might find what that boat is, by visiting a classic fibreglass boat website. And see what they are typically powered with.
     
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    How about showing some other photos so we can have a better look at her from different perspectives?
     
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  8. boatbuilder41
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    Early 60's Glaspar g3
     
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