| Year: || 1964 || Model: || Aquafoil |
| Length (feet): || 14 || Trailer: || Included |
| Make: || Fabuglas || Hull Material: || Fiberglass |
| Beam (feet): || 6 || Type: || Runabout |
| Use: || Fresh Water || Classic Boat and trailer, no motor. Twenty inch long shaft transom is original and rock solid. The windshield is not bolted down and there are no seats because they were trashed and I last ran it with a tiller outboard. The windshield is not quite as yellowed as it looks because it is pollen covered. However, the bullet hole is real and it may be too discolored to use anyway. The boat is remarkably solid. It did have plywood glued down where the seats were mounted to it. There are no mounting holes in the floor to let rainwater in--thankfully, and the floor feels plenty strong enough without that board. The steering wheel is in bad shape but is included. The dash gauge and switch panel is included. I had a 15 hp tiller motor on it but that is not nearly enough. It is rated for a 60hp. I believe 35hp would do fine. The caulk line on back is where I had a board to mount my transducer without drilling any holes below the waterline. For $80 extra I will throw in the 40hp Evinrude Lark II and a parts motor that I intended to use on it but the motor is missing the starter and needs other repair. It looks good but I gave up on it when I discovered it is 4 or 5 years older than the boat. The trailer is pretty awful and has no lights but it has good bearings and the tires are ok. I do have the missing guide post. The boat is very usable but has surface cracks in the gelcoat in places. No one seems to notice them but to be a showpiece it would need refinishing. I included a pic of the worst one of them on the bow. It is a good boat but the closed bow did not suit my needs as I had hoped. Last registered last year in my name. Bill of sale only. Pick up only in Jacksonville Alabama--Between Birmingham AL and Atlanta GA.