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1962 AeroCraft Ski Dart Restore

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  • #2
    My reg. says its an aeroliner...It has been sitting on a trailer since 1979.. Picked it up for 275.00 it was half full of water. Im not sure what i have. been looking for info. Numbers on the hull are DD16297

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    • #3
      stripped all of the paint. Epoxy on all rivets new transom

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      • #4
        i think this is what i have?

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        • #5
          new helm and seat back installed. looks good to me.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bogey68 View Post
            i think this is what i have?
            I think that's the 1961 version, sold as a full-fledged AeroCraft.

            My boat http://www.aerocraft-boats.org/boats/0000/ which looks JUST like yours (I also just replaced my seat back, and used MDO board, COMPLETELY failing to consider something prettier) has a serial number just a few off from yours, was sold to me as a "1959 Jetcraft" (go figure, but "jet" and "aero" are pretty close). http://www.aerocraft-boats.org is the result of my search for info on AeroCraft boats.

            I think our boats are 1960 "Aero-Line (budget models) DD-14's, because the serial numbers are lower than I expect (above 27000) for an AeroCraft boat made after 1960, and did NOT come with the two-tone paint job.

            Our boats look MUCH more like the 1961 DD-14/Ski-Dart than the catalog picture for the 1960 DD-14 (which looks JUST like the 1959 RSD), but my theory is that the catalog was put together before the boats were.

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            • #7
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              Interesting! I am going to register her soon not sure how i will fill out the data. i would love it to be a 61. I have a 61 ford falcon. Looking for a hitch for the ford.

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