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  1. 1st & 2nd at Beloit in DSH with Sids were Bob...

    1st & 2nd at Beloit in DSH with Sids were Bob Okner & Dick O'Dea both from NJ, the home state for Sid-Craft
  2. The cover picture for the article from the top...

    The cover picture for the article from the top 502-US Dick O'Dea finished 3rd, F-77 Don Baldaccini winner & 812-C Bob Parish, finished on the podium, not sure what position but he won BSH. This was...
  3. 60's, 70's & 80's raceboat decals

    I have race boat decals for : Sid-Craft, white, black gold with red outline in both Nixon & Edison, NJ. I have the early checkered flag with red & gold Sid-Son decals as well as the later Black with...
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    The reason for the low price is because there are...

    The reason for the low price is because there are no buyers so that is the current estimated value. The only picture that I have is from a printed article. I have scanned it and attached. Quality not...
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    About US $3500. I drove one for Dick O'Dea many...

    About US $3500. I drove one for Dick O'Dea many times.
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    The reunion was not the big success as hoped. As...

    The reunion was not the big success as hoped. As a result I have 4 XL t-shirts leftover & available plus 12 L. All are reduced from $20 to $12 plus $8 shipping.
    contact jschubert19j@gmail.com
  7. Vintage & Classic raceboat & Mercury motors decals plus spark plugs

    Addition to the above there are Champion nationals & Outboard Club of Chicago Depue 1971 nationals. Mercury decals available in 8" & 24" wide

    Contact jschubert19j@gmail.com
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    To everyone, as of today there is not enough...

    To everyone, as of today there is not enough registrants to move forward with the reunion. I know many of you have indicated that you were going to attend, but still haven’t registered. At the last...
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    It's a Hall Kelley Foo Ling design.

    It's a Hall Kelley Foo Ling design.
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    All the years from my original concept of the 45...

    All the years from my original concept of the 45 in my workshop through the years building 45 engines that won championships & one world, we never seemed to have an issue with the corners nor is...
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    I believe that's correct. I do know for a fact...

    I believe that's correct. I do know for a fact that the Weisco pistons are not legal. I also believe that Seaway does have the legal pistons but so should any BRP dealer have access to them.
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    Here they are

    Here they are
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    I have a set of the specs. I can scan & email if...

    I have a set of the specs. I can scan & email if you want.

    They are as originally published by OMC. They do not have any of the updates re parts changes since Seaway became the parts supplier.
    ...
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    Looking at the registration as already received,...

    Looking at the registration as already received, we need to rally around this reunion & get your registrations submitted. We need firm head counts in order to order the reunion shirts & to provide a...
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    My recollection is that Barry was never in the...

    My recollection is that Barry was never in the lead. I know Scotti was then broke & in the second hour Geoff Briggs passed Billy. I took over again at the 4 hour fuel stop & we were in the lead...
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    Can't wait to see you Skip

    Can't wait to see you Skip
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    . yes. Only the USTS series runs 3 heats, APBA...

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    yes. Only the USTS series runs 3 heats, APBA should, after eliminating those boring low boat count classes
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    With only 12 registered boats, all boats are...

    With only 12 registered boats, all boats are eligible to run all 3 heats. So whoever gets the most accumulative points for all 3 heats winsl
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    eliminations

    If there are more then 12 boats registered, they split the field in to 2 heats of 12 or whatever the numbers of boats are over 12 in half. They get their normal APBA points for each heat. Those with...
  20. Tom, I recall that someone in Colorado, maybe...

    Tom,

    I recall that someone in Colorado, maybe Denver made them about 15 years ago.
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    Hey Dave

    Hey Dave
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    Sam, I had that thought as well, but thinking...

    Sam,
    I had that thought as well, but thinking that it was Austin, he would have tried them.
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    I thought the same Wayne. I ‘m very certain it’s...

    I thought the same Wayne. I ‘m very certain it’s Lee just look at the pants. Kind of his style.
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    Yes he did with a two port cover late 40 c.i....

    Yes he did with a two port cover late 40 c.i. block
  25. Didn't know that I sent an e-mail address, just...

    Didn't know that I sent an e-mail address, just suggestions on how to contact him. SOA website would have information.
  26. Actually his name is Selvidge. He is racing again...

    Actually his name is Selvidge. He is racing again still in the NW. I suggest you go to the Seattle Outboard ***. Web site or call APBA ha & ask for his contact info
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    Sticky: I agree Pete that the F888 is a Yale but both...

    I agree Pete that the F888 is a Yale but both pictures have a 4 cylinder on the transom. Most likely it was Jim Stone driving for Elmer as yes Tim just drove the 250
  28. #44 John Schubert. New at Havasu the previous...

    #44 John Schubert. New at Havasu the previous year. Took to Sid to fix sponsons but blew boat over testing in NJ in the spring so Sid pickle forked the nose to relieve lift. Didn't work too well.
  29. Buler’s SidSon is the same boat in earlier...

    Buler’s SidSon is the same boat in earlier pictures that carried #289 which was me & was the first Sid-Son. Mike bought it from Jim Briggs. He “blew it over” the first time out.
  30. Yes it was a Molinari. Jim Briggs saw it at...

    Yes it was a Molinari. Jim Briggs saw it at Molinari’s one year when we were at Cook prior to the Paris race. It actually had a wide cockpit for 2. Ted May rigged it with an 89 cube & won the 1972...
  31. Actually changing the gear case was Jim Stockle's...

    Actually changing the gear case was Jim Stockle's boat, friend of Art. The Briggs brothers were driving # 3 (Tim) & 7 (Geoff).

    Do you have the results of the race ?
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    Have a great day Gene. You are a good friend & I...

    Have a great day Gene. You are a good friend & I want you to enjoy another great day.
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    Sticky: When we were there racing the tunnel boats in the...

    When we were there racing the tunnel boats in the 6 hour, Alan Yaw from Abilene Marine, Tommy Posey, and a few others including Ted May went to East Berlin to visit. Yes, they made us exchange our...
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    Boy, the timing belt sure looks loose. I tend to...

    Boy, the timing belt sure looks loose. I tend to agree with Dick Austin with regards to the 2 piece shaft but more so the sticking of the throttle advance as well. I experienced this myself, but not...
  35. The OMC team collectively did not race at St....

    The OMC team collectively did not race at St. Mary’s at least from 1970 - 1973. I attended representing the T*A*R*T team. I also recall Jenk’s team there one year with Earl Benz driving
  36. I was in that race when Don got hurt, and true...

    I was in that race when Don got hurt, and true about the medicine as Merc flew him home for proper treatment. Unfortunately the leg didn't survive. Several years later I visited with him at the...
  37. Yup, now I recall. Jim was awesome fast with the...

    Yup, now I recall. Jim was awesome fast with the sprint Moli.
  38. The Allison in the foreground of picture 1 was I...

    The Allison in the foreground of picture 1 was I believe Burt Ross. The Molinari sprint #177 I believe was Jim Merten withe the 1st Sprint Molinari we saw & he one the single engine category going...
  39. About 15 - 20 were built. Our T*A*R*T team had 7....

    About 15 - 20 were built. Our T*A*R*T team had 7. One even was in Texas. Roddy Foreman’s Dad Jim had one. Don’t know much about the Chrysler’s other then they weren’ t competitive
  40. Boat #289 John Schubert. 1971 first Sid Son tunnel

    Boat #289 John Schubert. 1971 first Sid Son tunnel
  41. I post from my phone all the time just as long as...

    I post from my phone all the time just as long as I'm signed in.
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    i agree!!!!

    i agree!!!!
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    It's a Challenger. George Stillwill from NJ...

    It's a Challenger. George Stillwill from NJ started racing one he built for ASH. Vert fast until he blew it over at Millville, NJ then he started racing Sids & won a National Championship in 1961 at...
  44. Sticky: Lars, You need to back down on your criticism of...

    Lars, You need to back down on your criticism of Paul Kalb. Paul had many friends & did a lot for APBA racing starting outin small stock outboards helping many get started in racing.Paul was very 2...
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    Sticky: yup

    yup
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    Gene, Glad you are back & I know how much you...

    Gene,

    Glad you are back & I know how much you miss Norma. Hang in there good friend, look forward to seeing you at Depue once again.

    John
  47. yup, that's what was on my "C" & "D" when I set...

    yup, that's what was on my "C" & "D" when I set the records at Lakeland in Feb. 1969.
  48. 1971 Paris

    Bill,
    I believe Jimbo ran an OMC boat that year designed by Leek & built by McDonald. I also recall, hopefully correctly, that he stuffed it early in the race.
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    Sticky: Kenny Winters 14-N from NYC

    Kenny Winters 14-N from NYC
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    Sticky: Still can't find the original post by Valchovic....

    Still can't find the original post by Valchovic. HINT please
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