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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Anyone recognize this boat?
Anyone recognize this boat?
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Grandpa
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Forum Posts: 54
9th May 2017 17:08  
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mdlbt.com/28449

I understand it to be over 30years old, said the owner. 32" length about 10.5" beam. All wood construction. Electric motor is located under centre deck structure.


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RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 1123
9th May 2017 17:39  
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Hi, maybe you can find it here
http://taycol.tk/handbook.html
It's the full Kiel Kraft Handbook / catalogue from 1960! 😉
Good hunting 😎


"The brain is not intended to store facts. It is for thinking, and for knowing where to find the facts !" Albert Einstein. 😉 cheers Doug
Westquay
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Forum Posts: 180
9th May 2017 18:32  
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Looks a bit like the Veron Fast Patrol Boat or Police Launch.
Is the construction as if built around a box? If so, it's a Veron. That was their style of construction.

Martin