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Jeff, To be honest, I have no idea. I would like 50-55mph. Just like the Rosita, mine is flat across the bottom so it should move well. Thanks for the link. I have been looking for some of the plans that were printed in MotorBoating but have been unable to find them. I think mine was built from one ...
I purchased it in Kingsport.... Ebay purchase. It is in good condition, but they did not use 20s style hardware and used those grab rails on the stern and rear ventilators. Now there are holes where they were mounted and the ventilators on the front are not in the right place. i want it to look more...
Jeff, You should also check out https://www.woodenboatstore.com/products.asp?dept=189 They have some plans of the same style. Page 1 has a 16fter and page 2 has the 22fter. I'm still trying to find out what plans my boat was built from. My boat looks like the 22ft unit, but mine is 20ft 6 inches lon...
The Sandy Point plans are from what i understand altered original John Hacker/ Nelson Zimmer plans. I own a 22 ft boat that i think was built from the original plans. The stem on mine is vertical as they were designed in the 1920s. I e-mailed Sandy Point before i puchased this boat because i was int...
- Tue Nov 18, 2003 9:20 pm
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: introduce yourself and what type of boat your building
- Replies: 45
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thanks barry, but i'm not just interested in the crackerbox builders. i just thought it would be nice to meet everyone. this is my first boat and i will have a ton of questions.