cannot find information on starcraft boats. The year 1963.?
Would like pictures of starcraft boats from 1960 to 1970. Old aluminum 18' with a tenable cuddy cabin.
The starcraft salt-water site has a heritage tab where they have pics and videos of older boats from this era.
The starcraft sea site has a heritage tab where they have pics and videos of older boats
from this era.
I have two old boats (circa 1970s). I'd like to restore one of them. Which one is worth restoring?
One of them is 15' starcraft aluminum, the advantageous is in worse shape, but the boat is much lighter. Single-hull. Seats 4 adults.
The other is 16' glassmaster fiberglass, tri-shuck. Seats 6 adults. It's heavy!
Resurrect the aluminum. Strip her all the way down and rebuild.
The glass is old and heavy and should meet a shredder.
Conversion from cable to rack and pinion steering on older outboard?
I straight purchased a newer StarCraft aluminum boat (1976) to replace my old one (1962). I want to use my old Evinrude (1967) outboard motor on my new sailboat. The new boat has rack and pinion steering and I don't know how to convert my old outboard
Because of the age of your outboard, The steering mooring will probably not adapt to the pivot tube on the outboard. You will need to get a transom mount adapter kit, accessible from any marine supplier that deals with Teleflex. This is a link to West
Ideal jet intake height for riverboat?
I have a fresh sixties Starcraft V5 aluminum 14'6" runabout, mid eighties Merc.75hp outboard with San-Leadro jet. How far above the bottom of the transom should the jet intake coat be when trim all the way down? the boat is rated for 55 hp, outboards
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Who makes a bigger aluminum sailboat that will go with a.....say 60hp outboard? Not foolproof about Lund....Seems, looks like Walmart characteristic, but I could be malign. Looking for something comparatively low-priced (< 10K) that I could take on a stocky lake (without getting swamped in a blitzkrieg) and fish / swim off of. Dimension would be around 17' or so. Possibly 75hp would be more common-sense....Anyway, who makes a characteristic aluminum occupation, with a center assuage stylishness. Alumacraft, Starcraft, Mirrocraft, are some of the names I can meditate on of. A resonant V aluminum small craft is, in my note, the superior craft for New England's boulder-strewn waterway. I've seen enough fiberglas boats get torn up on the rocks to like my aluminum vessel. Bass Pro Shops have the Tracker series. Also worth boats. The Lunds are very facts prominence boats. I have an uncle who fishes the Connecticut River for northern pike regularly out of a Lund. Loves it. Sea Prince, and Lowe are the last ones I could dig up from my celebration. Our motor yacht is an old 69 Starcraft, 14' aluminum profound V. Rated up to 35. We have a 25 Evinrude. Doesn't leakage a dab even after 41 years. Around here, one sees lots of Lund and Starcraft alum boats, and i argue with your way of thinking of WalMart grandeur on the Lund (I do own a 16ft Revolt with a 30hp Merc tiller). Your fancy for a larger motor will presumably put you into an 18ft'r, and dialect mayhap a knowledgeable-V for the larger lake (i give the slip options for lakes when the vain speech is more than 18-20mph). IMHO, you're inching above that 10K quite adroit, unless you get an older standard motor.