Someone Help identify this boat

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by 1994robert, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. Bergalia
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    Bergalia Senior Member

    I'll tell you what Rayk - I can't stand nasty noisy smelly runabouts especially of the plastic variety...But even bigoted old me found the article fascinating. Great reading. A gem of a find. (But I'm still not converted.)
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    Zoro Size doesn't count!

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  4. 1994robert
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    1994robert Junior Member

    Well I know this tread is dead but I did get the boat. I painted his pickup truck and he gave me the boat and trailer. I pretty sure she's a 1961 redfish shark. So as of right now I only have about 5 hours of my time in it. Hopefully soon I'll start working on her when I finish my 69 camaro project.
     
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