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  • 1962 glastron

    I have a 1962 glastron 15ft . I would like to know how big a motor i can use. I would like to use it for a ski boat for my sons. It is a skiflite 142 i believe.

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    Re: 1962 glastron

    Hi and welcome,

    It's tough to tell from the following post (http://www.classicglastron.com/62gl-...eries-web.html), but I think it's 45HP.



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      Re: 1962 glastron

      Ok this is my new project or should I say old. It is a 62 Skiflite.Ineed a lot of info on filling holes reinforcing the deck or cowl .the previouse owner replaced the deck but drilled nails through the hull.Hope this boat is salvagable. I took motor off today transom rotted.....I think Steve Wolvertons
      All American is all of the small boat owner insiperation. Would like to end up with something like that. I will try to update as I move along


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        Re: 1962 glastron

        How does the rubrail come off? Do I grind the inside or does it slide I dont know...Click image for larger version

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