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    Default Does anyone recognize this Revenge

    Found this on Vintage Hydros photo album by Gary Todd.

    When it says "mad dog" you think Ron Bolton, but I dont know.

    Any help is much appreciated.Name:  mad dog gary todd vintage hydroplanes (1).jpg
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    Is this Jim Nader from the New York area? Went by the number SS80.

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    I believe that pic is from the mid '80s, and I think you may be right. Jim Nader was running SS in a Revenge around that time. Looks right. I think Bolton was in a D'Cucci around that time.

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    This was Jim Nader's super stock, last I saw it it was for sale up in valleyfield. In backround is Jack Kiley's Sweet Caroline trailer, this was the first flatbottom to use an enclosed trailer. Jim Nader also had a white pro stock revenge he ran as Mad Dog (he held the worl record for quite a while), that hull was origanly built for Jim Lennox who never raced her. When Jim retired he sold the hull to Phil Alepa who renamed her freedom and won a national title. Phil destroyed the white boat in Ville Marie I think, and he then had Rob Steele build him his red carbon fiber hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrath of cron View Post
    This was Jim Nader's super stock, last I saw it it was for sale up in valleyfield. In backround is Jack Kiley's Sweet Caroline trailer, this was the first flatbottom to use an enclosed trailer. Jim Nader also had a white pro stock revenge he ran as Mad Dog (he held the worl record for quite a while), that hull was origanly built for Jim Lennox who never raced her. When Jim retired he sold the hull to Phil Alepa who renamed her freedom and won a national title. Phil destroyed the white boat in Ville Marie I think, and he then had Rob Steele build him his red carbon fiber hull.
    Phil.destroyed it in Valleyfield, I was there. Destroyed the last one in Mays landing I was there too. Destroyed another one in Wildwood, NJ. ( racing Jim Nader a extra lap) I was there also.

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    Jimmy Nader lives in Elmira, NY phone # 607- 426 65$$ can't give out the whole # he would be pissed. and might come out an race against me again. Great guy and excellent driver and good friend

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