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  • Hi Chris. I found this site looking for information on Grew boats, having recently purchased a 1976 Grew 255 Sport Offshore (convertible). Originally, and specifically, I was drawn to your 1975 Grew brochure. If you still have it I would be very interested in purchasing it. Also, I have discovered that my Grew 255 is very rare, especially in the convertible model. There are some hardtops around, and some Offshore Commands, but I have yet to find another 25' 4", 9'8" beam, twin engine, Sport Offshore model anywhere in the world. I did find a 74 single engine model in Waukegan Ill. under the Slickcraft name, but none anywhere under the Grew name. Although my boat is fairly original and complete, I plan to restore it to 100%. I have never joined anything like this before, and have always previously owned and restored wooden boats. I would be happy to upload pics as i proceed if you think members would enjoy them. Appreciate a reply. Thanks, Rolf.
    Chris,
    I bought a CLYDE boat a week ago. There is a small gold plate on the inside of the hull. It has a number 62004, what does that mean exactly. I was told this boat was a 1963, but the 62 in the plated number has me thinking otherwise. What do you think?
    Thanks,
    Graham
    Chris,

    Is there a way for me to delete new posts without reading them. I'm looking for a quicker way of moving through the ones I have no interest in.

    Thanks
    Dale
    Hi Dale,

    I'm sure we can arrange something if you would like to contribute those to the gallery.

    What do you have, one brochure or many? Let me know and we'll put together something for your scans. :thumb:

    -Chris
    Chris,

    I have found the brochure's for Larson boats 1955-2004. Is there a way to post the in the Larson gallery?

    Thanks
    Dale
    Kevin,

    Did you check and see if there is a HIN number stamped into the back of the transom? It should be on the right hand side somewhere around between the middle of the transom and the top.

    Let us know how you ultimately make out. :)

    -Chris
    Thanks Chris I looked everywhere and I could not find a tag no where on it. It has one now back there cause the state of Ohio makes you put one there and another one in a hidden place of your choice for homeland security anyway thanks again. Just another boater named Kevin
    Hey Tom,

    It sounds like you're clicking on the wrong link. What you're clicking on is just the copyright link for the photopost software.

    The link you want to click on is on a bar higher up.

    It will be in a line of links and it will say "Upload Photos".

    To the left of it will be links that say <Home><Search><Profile>

    So what you want to do is click on "Upload Photos" at which point an upload screen will open up.

    You will then hit the "browse" buttons and then navigate to the images on your desktop and when done you hit the "Upload/Submit" button which is lower down.

    -Chris
    Chris: I clicked on Sea Fire, and then on the photo link. A box came up from COMMISSION JUNCTION that said the link had expired. If you can reset the link I will try again. I will gladly put the pictures & specs in the mail if you like. I'll keep trying to send them by computor in the meanwhile.
    Tom
    Hi Tom,

    I don't fully understand.

    Which link are you referring to?

    Can you post a link to the thread if possible? :)

    -Chris
    Chris: The link on
    'The Sea Fire Reality has expired. Could you set it up again.
    Tom
    Hi Tom,

    I created a gallery category for Sea Fire boats. You can upload your pics from your desktop to the gallery and then once upload they can be posted on the forums using the code the gallery gives you.

    Give it a try and I'll help you if you have any problems. Just make sure your pics are in .jpg format and are within the max file sizes.

    -Chris
    Chris: The Sea Fire Reality was made by Future Marine Systems, Inc. Sinbads Mom was looking for information for me, but no results yet.. Company was located in Duluth Georgia. I can not find record of them. It is an aluminum hull with an outboard motor mounted 8ft. in from the bow. It was called " The Boat With Front Wheel Drive." It would be to explain if I could send the pictures. I'll keep trying. Tom
    Hey Tom,

    If you let me know what kind of boat it is exactly, I'll make a gallery category for you and you can upload them to the gallery.

    I realize it's a Sea Fire, but what brand is it? Let me know and I'll help you get going. I'd like to see your boat. :)

    -Chris
    Chris, I have been trying to send pictures of the Sea Fire 29 to Endless Boating ,but it will not go because of an incomplete address. Maybe you could give me a clue. Tom
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