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GAwhale posted 06-28-2001 09:29 AM ET (US)   Profile for GAwhale   Send Email to GAwhale  
I've been reading this forum for about two months. It's a bit addictive.

How does this one guy Mr. Larry Goltz (lhg) know so much about Whalers, boats, outboards and trailers? Did you spend a career in the boat industry? What did you study at Grad School?

Thank you for sharing your wealth of information on this forum.

lhg posted 06-28-2001 07:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
My humble thanks for your compliment, but many others are deserving of this compliment also!

Unfortunately for me, I have never been in the boating business, but I would have loved it, particularly from the design/engineering aspect. I am an Architect, an ex-Professor of Architectural Design, and also an Insurance Broker/Agent. I have closely followed Boston Whalers since 1959, owning them (and Mercury engines) since 1968. Boston Whaler boating for me, like so many others here, is not only a pastime, but a hobby. My one problem is that I suffer from perfectionism.

And, more importantly, I too have greatly expanded my knowledge from the other contributors here.

tbirdsey posted 06-28-2001 11:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for tbirdsey  Send Email to tbirdsey     
"Yes, professor Goltz was a bit of a perfectionist", said the former student, "but he sure had good taste in boats."
lhg posted 07-02-2001 04:19 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
Yes, Mr Birdsey, when you get that 25 Revenge cleaned up, I'll expect it to look perfect, like just out of the factory or better!

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