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Title Description Last Updated
Squirtin' fer Certain

1977 Pioneer 19' jet. Gale Banks design 454 BBC. Lightweight layup, full stringer hull, w/ Kevlar cap. NJBA #365.

2015-11-10 11:43
Night Stalker Night Stalker

1976 Brendella 2" runnerbottom

2015-02-17 09:52
72 The Mistress 72 The Mistress

This is Hull #18 of the 20 or so produced by Nordskog. It is pretty much all original, all the hardware and running gear are from when it was raced in the 60's. After an accident at Mission Bay in September of 1967, the driver Hartly White was killed and the boat was put a garage in San Bernardino.

2015-02-15 17:02
103 Mother Huffer Blown Gas Flat 1973

This boat is titled as a 1970 Taylor

2015-01-17 21:57
544 Wild Child BAF, later crashed at Ski Land, Perris, CA


2014-12-04 10:10
Speed Sports Speed Sports

Crashed in the lights at London, Ontario during it's second race with Lou Osman onboard.

2014-12-04 10:05
353 Wild Child

Driven by Dick Phillips in the Blown Gas Hydro class at the NDBA's 1973 Drag Boat Grand Prix at Long Beach Marine Stadium on September 29th and 30th. It was a Sanger hull with a 500" Chrysler engine.

2014-12-04 09:58
172 Ofixco Special 172 Ofixco Special 2014-12-04 09:57
023 Alkahauler 023 Alkahauler

Boat was Danny Gaulach's BAF Alkahauler. Later sold to Jerry Davis raced it as War Party.

2014-12-04 09:54
Miller High Life Express Miller High Life Express

Blown Alcohol Hydro, class may be wrong.

2014-12-04 09:49
Mosquito Bites August 2014, Just Painted

This boat was purchased by Jon and Charlie Sibbach in April 2014, from Shawn ? in Paso Robles, who kept the engine out of the boat.

It is currently getting some work done to clean it up and repair some cosmetic defects. A new mild BBC and OTs are planned. It will be a dedicated ski boat. It has a 10 degree split case Casale v-drive with 12% gears, a steel prop, rudder and strut, and a single down pedal setup. It has Teleflex steering rather than cables. It originally had fiberglass tanks but they have been removed in favor of stainless.

2014-11-11 11:35
The Mortician The Mortician

Unblown gas flat, one of the few successful twin-engine boats of the 60s. Stevens hull.

2014-11-11 09:18
White Mist IV White Mist IV

On its first run, the rudder failed and the boat with driver Larry Schwabenland went for a wild ride. Larry swam to shore, 3 members of his crew accompanied him back to the pits. Larry drove the next boat through, a flat bottom. I (HARLAN ORRIN) was on shore watching.

The boat eventually ran over 123 mph.

The boat had an experimental dual prop setup. It was eventually destroyed, possibly at Long Beach Marine Stadium.

2014-08-25 14:30
Damn-If-I-No (#1) Lynn Youngs driving, 1965

This Hallett wood decker was purchased by Lynn "Pie" Youngs in 1964 and in the water in early 1965. The deck was built by Harlin Orrin. It was powered by a 354" early Hemi, bored .20 over, with a set of "Bill Morse -Dry Stacks" for the exhaust. The interior was done by Jack McNiel of Interiors By Jack.

2014-07-05 07:43
13 Damn-If-I-No (#2) 1966 Parker 9hr. Enduro, Bernie Buck and Lynn (Pie) Youngs

The #13 was a yellow 18' Hallett. Enduro (heavy) lay-up with two 25 gal. fuel tanks, ten degree prop/strut, Casale
V-drive (22% gears), and powered by a Paul Grichar "finessed" 396 Chevrolet. Lynn Youngs owned the boat and hardware and the late Arthur (Bernie) Buck owned the engine. They ran seven Enduros in 1966 and the Catalina Ski Race as well.

2014-06-27 13:41
Chicken Pie (#1) Chicken Pie (#1)

This boat replaced Lynn Youngs' destroyed #13 Damn-If-I-No. It was a "lite lay-up" ski race hull, and used for ski race competitions, winning many. Both boats were transportation yellow with a black side target. It was sold (without the name) in 1974 to a couple from So-Cal and
may still exist.

2014-06-27 11:51
Chicken Pie (#2)

After selling the first Chicken Pie boat, Lynn Youngs purchased this 21' Hallett V-drive day cruiser. It has a 454 Chevy and a Turbo 400 transmission. He still owns the boat as of June 2014.

2014-06-27 11:25
My Peace Lake San Antonio V-Drive Reunion

"My Peace" is a 1961 Sanger Ski Hydro. It is one of seven original prototype hydros built by Jack Davidson (Sanger Boats), and a sister boat to White Mist. It was originally sold in Paso Robles, CA, with a Cadillac engine and pearl white color. The second owner was Jerry Wildman, whose father owned the local Cadillac dealership. Jerry replaced the Cad engine with an early 396 big block Chevy. For some time, he ran it with the wrong rudder on it, using a short one from a flatbottom. This would result in the boat turning sideways at 90.

2014-06-24 10:37
Unnamed 19' Pioneer Jet June 22, 2014

This is the boat that Steve Hall (founder of Pioneer Boats) used for their brochures and marketing materials. It has a Ford 460" and a Berkely split bowl jet. The boat was purchased by Mike Musgjerd in 2014 as a flipper. He went through the boat and fixed numerous small issues. The boat is for sale as of June 2014.

2014-06-23 10:05
077 Quick Trip

Driven by Garry Brown in the Unblown Gas Flat class at the NDBA's 1973 Drag Boat Grand Prix at Long Beach Marine Stadium on September 29th and 30th. It was a Hondo hull with a 465" Olds engine.

2014-06-20 16:16