Letter from E.L. Fletcher, ON, CANADA:
September 17, 1998

Dear Sir:

Enclosed you will find photos of a Glen-L hull that you may not recognize immediately. It is actually your TINY MIGHT, 12 ft. inboard runabout, re configured for outboard power. (I had intended to use a jet-drive unit from a personal water craft, but was advised that the vee at the transom was not deep enough for the jet to perform well).

"Runnin' Wild" was put on display at the 19th annual antique and classic boat show, in Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada, this summer, and was viewed by about 8,000 people. (This is one of the premier boat shows in North America, with more than 100 of the finest antique and classic mahogany power boats ever built, including Ditchburn, Greavette, Seabird, Minett Shields, Duke, Barnes, Port Carling, and many others.)