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    Thanks, I am now in contact with Craig Selvidge....

    Thanks, I am now in contact with Craig Selvidge.
    Ronald
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    Sorry John, you did NOT send his email location,...

    Sorry John, you did NOT send his email location, BUT Ron Hill did.
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    Thanks John, the email location sent me was...

    Thanks John, the email location sent me was wrong, BUT that man sent me what is supposed to be his correct email & I sent a message, (so far no reply), will keep trying.
    Ronald
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    Sorry: Craig Selvage is perhaps the right...

    Sorry: Craig Selvage is perhaps the right spelling?????????
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    Location of Craig Selfridge???????? WISC

    Does anyone know how to locate Craig?, he built the Craig Craft boats at Edmonds Washington. If so, please have him contact me at:
    buff10@charter.net
    Thanks
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    I found what I was looking to find. Thanks for...

    I found what I was looking to find.
    Thanks for everyone that looked, no further response needed at this time.
    Ronald
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    Pat Mulvany, Haps Son

    Does anyone have Pats Mulvany's current email location?. Please respond to my posted below email location below.
    Ronald Lietha
    Tomahawk Wisconsin buff10@charter.net
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    Pete: You have me mixed up with the wrong party....

    Pete: You have me mixed up with the wrong party. I never had a Y-80 & I will try to clear my private message box.
    Thanks
    Ronald
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    What I got was a repeat of the last message you...

    What I got was a repeat of the last message you sent me???????????
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    Thanks much again I have run one quite a bit &...

    Thanks much again I have run one quite a bit & know everything you just posted except I was wondering if AV gas would help the starting a bit. I found out on my first Rod many years ago about running...
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    Thanks much for your response, I appreciate & I...

    Thanks much for your response, I appreciate & I know Cooper well & will work, it all out eventually.
    Ronald
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    CHAMP 20B: have you got any powerhead parts you...

    CHAMP 20B: have you got any powerhead parts you will not need?. I am currently going to build up a B Rod 1956 6nhr. I got the complete lower unit but will ,need a powerhead, mag, carb & so forth. I...
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    David: My answer perhaps in your email via a link...

    David: My answer perhaps in your email via a link from BRF?
    Ronald
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    Steamfire: Look at the older post on BRF...

    Steamfire: Look at the older post on BRF regarding the line opened by Tomtall regarding the Sid Hornets & there are the pictures of my 56 Hornet, before & after restoration with the 56 Champion 6NHR...
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    Fuel access port?????????????, I had a original...

    Fuel access port?????????????, I had a original 1956 "B" class Hornet & it did NOT have that feature, surely was added later?
    Ronald
  16. Yes, to all of that, the Blue Star had a 'Saftey...

    Yes, to all of that, the Blue Star had a 'Saftey Catch" transom to prevent motor loss, so it had a 15 1/2" notched in the middle to 13 1/2" to prevent a loose motor loss. This style boat was raced in...
  17. Blue Star Racing Aluminum A-B Stock Utility circA 1950

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    Well here is a start, boat AS FOUND, now on to a full restoration & the addition of a restored Mercury KG7H as what was run on this boat back in 1950. Surely wIll be fun to...
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    John: If you can get on Johns Old Mercury site...

    John: If you can get on Johns Old Mercury site out of Canada I have them posted there?. If so cue on Not Mercury Related, scroll down to Blue Star link & there they are. If you cant get that site, I...
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    Also John if you are on John's Old Mercury board...

    Also John if you are on John's Old Mercury board out of Canada, just go to the front page & cue on 'Not Mercury Related" & scroll down to the Blue Star thread & there I have posted pictures of the...
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    John: I was meant to have this boat,. after my...

    John: I was meant to have this boat,. after my search & documentation of the Blue Star aluminum A-B utility around the year 2000 I knew enough to want one!!!!, but never seen or heard of another...
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    John: Yes I should have put down NOA but no...

    John: Yes I should have put down NOA but no problem, as we all learn every day until we go 6 feet under, so my father always told me!!!!!!!!!!!!!. John, I found it in Albany N.Y. it does not look...
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    25XS, Thanks much, I have that issue of Speed &...

    25XS, Thanks much, I have that issue of Speed & Spray but probably never caught or read the full article. I knew Pat ran A Hydro & maybe A runabout??? & I knew about that race at Corpus as well. I...
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    JOHN: The NOA Nationals held at Lake Dallas,...

    JOHN: The NOA Nationals held at Lake Dallas, Texas in 1952, NOT the APBA Nationals.
    Ronald
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    Blue Star Aluminum A-B Utility 1949-52

    I have just acquired a very early Blue Star aluminum stock utility double cockpit runabout A-B Class. I am interested in any literature, pictures. factory brocheure, information on this boat built at...
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    Sticky: Alan: Here are 3 more 20H serial #'s that I owned...

    Alan: Here are 3 more 20H serial #'s that I owned at one time: 787133-787906-790115.
    Ronald
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    Sticky: Thanks Tom: Yes, I have a similar list on the...

    Thanks Tom: Yes, I have a similar list on the Martin 200's that I am working on, perhaps someday I will publish that?
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    Sticky: Tom: What does that mean??????????????

    Tom: What does that mean??????????????
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    Sticky: Alan: I still have two 20H's, one is the 15"...

    Alan: I still have two 20H's, one is the 15" double cavitation motorI discussed & sent a picture to Johns board & the serial # is:787266 & the other 20H is #:787293. Also send me pics of your 25H...
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    Mark: Been ahwile, never seen your ad, I can add...

    Mark: Been ahwile, never seen your ad, I can add much information on the Martin 200's if you need & also I am looking for pics etc of vintage 200's on race boats. Sure would appreciate pics of the...
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    Holr Craft Boats

    I ran a "B" class, double cockpit runabout, built, I think in 1955, some years back. The story, as I know it, is the boat was built at Miami, Florida by a man named Samual Holten, who later ended up...
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    Martin 200 20 H.P. Outboard 1953-54

    Hi: Anyone got one for sale?, can be complete, running to a basket case or parts. Can pay cash or trade some interesting early50's Mercs, Wizards, or even racing stuff, up, down or sideways. Pics &...
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    Sticky: Martin 200 Racing Engine

    John: you are right in both respects, the poppet valve arrangement, & big breathing does allow for more acceleration & the high water intake on the 200 foot, does allow more foot drag. Not much one...
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    Sticky: Martin 200 Popett Valve Springs

    Sam: You got that one right!, putting in heavier springs to raise the rpm's would be a no-no. I feel 6500 r's is just about right for the 200, those factory engineers were no fools & they knew what...
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    Sticky: Martin 200 Running

    Al & Alan: I have extensivly tested the Martin 200 racing version within the last 3 years, 9 set up runs the first year, late fall, 50 runs the next summer & 22 runs this summer, with a total of 81...
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    Sea Cow-Sea Bat

    Sea Bat, you still out there?, sorry, got the names, "Mixed Up"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Utility Fun

    Samo here, I am retired & live right by the boat landing, a small, secluded one to boot. I ran 50 times last summer, for a total "On the water run time of 17 hrs". This summer, not so much, will get...
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    Speedliner & Martin 200

    How long did your run the Speedliner with the 200 & what was your impression of the 200 versus the 20H etc?, & where is the 200 today?
    Ronald
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    Wilson Seaman

    I have a picture of Wilson driving a 1957 Famous-Craft, (Wonder where that boat is today), & I have a identicle 57 Famous-Craft, also had a Speedliner like yours, (never ran it), & I also had a 1959...
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    Van Pelt # T-42

    Sea Cow; thanks for the picture & where is # T-42 now?
    ronald
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    Van Pelt # T-42

    Nice pics, thanks, & where is T-42 now?
    Ronald
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    Van Pelt utility

    Sea Cow: Can you post or send me a picture of your Van Pelt?, & year it was built also, Water scooter or Racing scooter?
    Thanks
    Ronald
    buff10@charter.net
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    1954 Martin 200 Short Racing Exhaust Hsg

    Looking for a used, original, cash or trade. E-mail buff10@charter.net
    Thanks
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    Yamato Model 28 & 30

    Direct copy, I should have said, KG7h inspired of course as one can see by the pictures, they had many differences. I do not know how they compared in performance to the KG7H but as they were not...
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    Yamato Model 28 1953-55 Model 30 1956-60

    Looking for one of these early para-mutaul Japanese motors, They were a direct copy of a Mercury KG7H brought to Japan by Tom Inge, any Parts, literture or any information is welcome.
    Thanks in...
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    Seeburg J Runabout??????????

    Any news on the boat, did Wayne get to view it?
    Thanks
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    J Runabout

    Thanks much, I appreciate.
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    J Runabout

    J Dub: Is there anyway that these pics could be viewed by Wayne Seeburg to confirm that he indeed was the builder?
    thanks
    Ronald
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    J Runabout

    Well, that is something so far, again Where was it built????????. I appreciate your efforts.
    Ronald
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    Kane Craft

    Who & where, I meant
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    Kane Craft

    Seeberg???, what & where was that built?, anyone else??????????????
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