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Dad sold the C * C


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Tallyho

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Sun January 8, 2017 7:35am

Nice looking boat! Several companies manufactured boats of this type in the fifties. Penn Yan of course was probably the best known, but Thompson, Sebago, and Wolverine also built them. The last two are pretty rare these days. I see that you have the original Evenrude controls.
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