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Skipper, the Silver Line Sailor

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Kevin Heiserman's 1960 model PS-161 16-foot runabout, serial # 2031; the earliest Silver Line located to date. Original turquoise gel coat and hardware, missing only the seats (the splash-well was an option on this model). Looks pretty nice considering the previous owner left it outside, uncovered for 10 years!

Brad and Jennifer Finch's 1963 15-foot Model 250, Serial # 1526
All original but the seat coverings!

Bill DeLauder's one-owner 1967 Aqua Deville 16, hull ID 24337.
Mostly original and in very good condition!

Doug and Gabi Adams' 1967 Deville, SN 23334, sports an '83 90 hp Mercury,
new lounge seats and a lot of gelcoat polishing! NICE!

Bryan's 1968 Rambler.

Jimmy and Emily Myatt's 1968 15 1/2 ft Silverline Rambler.
Family owned since new, all original except recovered seats.

Mike's 1969 Bel Aire, named "FISHBELLY."

Edward Murray's 1970 Comoro with 115hp Evinrude.
Only the floor has been replaced.

Charley and Melanie Clinkenbeard's 1973 Aruba with the original 65hp Evinrude and trailer, garaged since 1973. Bought by Charley's father, Bob Clinkenbeard, in 2002 for about $700. Bob replaced the carpet, front two seats, added a fuse panel and horn, and Charley replaced the old steering wheel. The black vinyl stripe on the bow is original as well as the gel coat. Says Charley, "The bimini top was custom made for cruising and it works great. This boat goes about 27 mph on smooth water."

Alan's 1974 Kodiak 17T; one owner, all original!

Originally used for shoreline preservation by the Consolidated Salish Tribes of Flathead, Montana, Dennis and Theresa Hinrichsen's recently acquired 1980 Nantucket 24VSD was likely among the last boats made at the Moorhead Factory; certainly it's one of the largest!

Gary and Barbara Haupthoff's 1980 17 foot Nantuket in Victoria British Columbia, Canada. It is primarily run in the Gulf Islands off the coast of Vancouver Island for overnight adventures with friends. Only 675 hours on it and all original!

Stewart's 1980 Grenada 15GTL. Restoration Project.

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