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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Boogahtee...
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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 797
22nd Sep 2018 11:04  
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Anyone looking for a different build could do worse than this beauty. I found these drawings at the Pitsea Museum and, as the local council crooks were throwing the museum away in favour of mud huts, I stole them to save them.

Powered by a Bugatti 1500cc engine. So many British boats were designed for 1500 cc car engines, but a Bugatti one?? That's a bit classy.


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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 797
22nd Sep 2018 13:39  
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I have found out today that the engine in the boat was a Type 37, a 1500cc single overhead cam 3 valve per cylinder 4 cylinder of about 60 horse power.