How To Build an Air Marine Special Racing Boat Plans

How To Build an Air Marine Special Racing Boat Plans

Joe Michelini, nationally famous competition speed boat designer-builder and driver, tells you in step-by-step description with dimensioned plans how to build his class F racing hydroplane with which he won the APBA Class F national title in 1958. All of the latest professional racing-hull design data gained from 25 years of experience are incorporated in these boat plans.

TYPE: Two-point, prop rider competition racing hydro plane for use in Class F outboard races sanctioned under American Power Boat Association.
LENGTH: 140 1/2 in.
WIDTH: 76 in. max. at sponsons.
WEIGHT: Approx. 275 lbs. less motor and fuel.
SPEED: 85+ mph setup for competition racing. Unofficially clocked at 90 mph on a straight-a-way run.
CAPACITY: One driver-CONSTRUCTION: Plywood planking over wooden frame-work.
MOTOR: Mercury, Mark 75H Class F. 6-cylinder racing motor using alcohol fuel. Lower unit has 1: 1 gear ratio.
PROPELLER: Mercury special two blade, surfacing type steel racing wheel.


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