We're racing through history!
Was in St. Louis on Monday and Tuesday and found a 1/4 scale Turbine powered RC replica of the Winston Eagle. All scratch built, it was perfection in every detail. Check it out: http://www.flickr.com/photos/marktwainhobby/sets/72157632235691425/
Working on trying to get it for the museum. Cross your fingers!
If you have not been to the Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum lately, then you've missed out on all of the progress made on our 1977 Atlas Van Lines restoration project. Here are the latest shop photos of the Blue Blaster looking, well, white.…Continue
I have seen a picture of the 1958 Miss Round Table on the Unlimiteds Detroit web site. They know nothing of a Byron Lang the photographer. It was just added in April. Does this boat have a history? What were the colors?
It is my understanding that the only appearance of the Miss Athletic Round Table was made at the 1958 Diamond Cup in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Miss Athletic Round…Continue
to any one who can help identify this boat i picked up about a year ago its a 1963 flat bottom v-drive 16 foot has a built 327 i think is the original motor as far as i can tell my main reason for…Continue
I'm writing about a fascinating car that powerboat champion Lou Fageol built and enjoyed, and it would be great to be able to include a photo of him in the published story. The car is a 1933…Continue
I have been a hydroplane fan since the early 60's and have participated in hydroplane racing since 1984 so I am a huge fan of hydro history. As a Seattle native, I have been studying up on boats and…Continue