Unknown Boat , Please Help Identify!

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by fullboat4u, May 9, 2014.

  1. fullboat4u
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    fullboat4u New Member

    First off Im new to the forum and would like to thank everyone in advance for any input or help you give !! I have an opportunity to buy my first boat!! There are 0 badges , plates, or manufacturer information at all! Boat is registered, but says nothing about the boat maker etc. The only pics I have are these two attached. For a boat from the 50's/60's " Im guessing " looks pretty decent ! It will most definitely need some TLC but a project boat is what I'm after due to funds and wanting to create something cool.. I was told it might be a type of Glasspar but he was only about 50/50 . Any help would be much appreciated !!


    Also if this is in wrong section sorry to mods!!

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  2. fullboat4u
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    fullboat4u New Member

    added info

    Forgot to mention it is 18 foot in length and really that is all i know for it is basically a shell, it did have a 85 merc on it i believe before but no idea if was original to boat.
     
  3. boatbuilder41
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    boatbuilder41 Senior Member

    Don't know what it is, but it is definatly a piece of history. Just remember...... when restoring or building a boat, it is what you make it. Just take your time and get others input and opinions, do your research. It can be a fun project or a real pain in your back side, and not to mention a drain on your bank account. There is a lot of very intelligent members here that can provide you with very useful information. That's why I'm here. Just because I'm a custom builder doesn't mean I know it all. Live and learn...... ask guest ions and learn more. Good luck and enjoy your restoration. Make it a fun project, not a job
     
  4. Mr Efficiency
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    Mr Efficiency Senior Member

    Gawd, by the styling it appears to be mid 50's to early 60's at the latest.
     
  5. ned L
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    ned L Junior Member

    Probably not, but there is something about her that is making me think "Tollycraft". I did a quick google search & couldn't find anything similar, so who knows.....
    Good luck with her & have fun!
     

  6. XJ9
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    XJ9 Junior Member

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