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classic boston whaler
|Author||Topic: classic boston whaler|
posted 09-11-2001 11:46 AM ET (US)
perhaps someone knows if this resource still exists. i believe i have read posts going way back that this resource had original drawings and manuals for many of the older whalers. jim do you know anything about this? also jim, do you collect factory info on the classics? if so, do you think that these would ever be available online?
thanks for the great site,
posted 09-11-2001 03:53 PM ET (US)
what a day!!.....crosley95...a hotshot sportscar?...anyway, folks here have the manuals and whaler literature of different sorts that you're asking about BUT! they are dear and held tightly in their fists and close to their vests. that's my experience...i even have a few but don't know the exact year( a 64, some 70s and 80s and 90s.)but i'd copy'em for you if you'll be a little more specific ...lm
posted 09-20-2001 06:38 PM ET (US)
Try Jim Knight, the publisher of "The Classic Whaler News" out of Angier, NC 919.639.2089... don't know if this email address is good anymore, but give it a try... email@example.com
posted 09-21-2001 02:43 PM ET (US)
thanks for the heads up. tried to call Mr. Knight at the number above. apparently he has had some sort of "fire at the whaler office". hope all is well for him. anyway, call backs seem to be difficult for him right now, so i'll try and contact him in a month or so. anybody have any info about this?
posted 09-21-2001 04:18 PM ET (US)
I don't know, I sent him a check for membership months ago. It never has cleared.
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