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1969 Simpson Sears Tri Hull

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  • 1969 Simpson Sears Tri Hull

    I have a Trihull 1969 vintage sold by Simpson Sears manufactured by St. Maurice Canots in Canada, Model # 60. Does anyone have any information on this boats construction? I am wondering if the under-floor is filled with foam?Thanks

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    Re: 1969 Simpson Sears Tri Hull

    have you tried calling sears. in the past i have had good and bad luck finding info about their older items.
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      Re: 1969 Simpson Sears Tri Hull

      Thanks, I'll give that a try. I wouldn't have considered that they would retain info on products that old.


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