We currently have 2 major projects in the works with this effort. Unfortunetly, we can't mention too much about it yet.........but we will once all the I's have been dotted and the T's crossed.
The first project is very similar to the Disney "National Treasure" movies. Just to give you a little teaser..........we have found the Charlotte!
The second project is something we came up with and mentioned to the museum itself. They liked it, so we are in the process of putting it all together in the next month or so. It doesn't have anything to really do with the restoration itself, but rather the history of the hull and the major players in it's career.
More to come..............
Under the cover of night, the 79' Squire Shop hull sneaked into Seafair and will be on display all weekend long on Genesee Street
The photo galleries have been updated for the vintage Squire Shop pictures. There are individual sponsor tabs, as well as a bunch of new pics. Check it out!
Well, yesterday was the day that the "official" press release came out to let the hydroplane community know that the 1979 Squire Shop had been purchased as was slated to be restored by the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum (Kent, Washington).
The response has been remarkable, and even a few fans out there offered to help out in the rebuild itself. Scott "Pyro" Raney even offered his help when the time comes, and we are grateful for his knowledge and experience. We were even contacted about some parts that may be available for this hull, and this was after just one day......amazing response.
Keep the comments and suggestions coming, we are thankful for your feedback.