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RiverDave

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Bitchen old ads! Thanks for posting them!

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Hallett

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Love the Hallett vector I have had two of them in the past they handled very well .
I still kina miss my vector's but am happy with the Schiada I have now.
 

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Jimmy set up many of the top ski race Halletts including Garry Steele's high point boats and both of our Halletts
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Dad and I talked to Bob a few years back before Hallett was sold. We were interested in in a project with the Vector and he still has the molds. Love that boat.
 

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Cool ad!

Interesting way to spell “fibreglas”.

Boat illustration aside, how the phone number is listed indicates its age. I can remember when area codes were not included and the exchange name was used for the first two numbers. Think that changed in early to mid 60’s.
 

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Cool ad!

Interesting way to spell “fibreglas”.

Boat illustration aside, how the phone number is listed indicates its age. I can remember when area codes were not included and the exchange name was used for the first two numbers. Think that changed in early to mid 60’s.
Yeah, that is a very early 60's ad. Spelling errors are not uncommon in my old magazines.
 

old rigger

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Cool ad!

Interesting way to spell “fibreglas”.

Boat illustration aside, how the phone number is listed indicates its age. I can remember when area codes were not included and the exchange name was used for the first two numbers. Think that changed in early to mid 60’s.
Not a spelling error. Owens-Corning trademarked that spelling back in the 30's. My guess is Hallett was using their 'glass at the time.
 
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