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Terryd

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Kevin recently suggested Freeman Coles from Tennessee contact me regarding a boat that he suspected to be a Glasspar. Freeman sent me pictures today and hoping I can post them. So here we go !photo.JPG 

 

 


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OMG it worked. Im just tickled to be here again. Thanks Bob.
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What do you think? photo010.JPG 
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going to look in the archives to try to determine if it a Glasspar hull or not. Think there is a chance it is the early 50s Glasspar Seafarer. photo015.JPG 
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Great to have you back, Terry.  Another tech breakthrough is that we finally got rid of the pop-ups that have been bugging us for a long time.  

My vote would be for a Glasspar hull.   Is that a 283 ?   That would be another tie-in to the early glass experiments with Tritt, Earl and Corvettes, etc as described by Lee Wangstad and Kevin's early research.  Did you buy it?


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Hello Bob,

Yeah it looks like a Sea-Farer shown in the 1955 Glasspar brochure. Also fond these pictures of what was tagged as a 52 Seafarer. Actually its a 55 T-Bird motor. It was Kev that steered the owner Freeman to me for the question regarding Glasspar or not.

Freeman has the motor out and is rebuilding it to get it ready for the Redneck Rumble in Lebanon TN in Sept.

Terry

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