I'm going to try to start a sub set of this great thread. Pictures of Glassics that I see as I drive around. In addition to these, there is a 60s Glastron and a couple of 70s Thunderbirds that are not accessible for pics:
Unknown - Charlestown, RI
Glasspar Seafiar Sedan - Pawcatuck, CT
Unknown center console awaiting rescue - Stonington, CT
This is a pic of the Tyee. It was the boat that haulded passengers and mail and school kids up and down Priest Lake Idaho until such time as cars and roads came along. It's located at the north end of the lake at Lions Head.
Hi everyone just thought I would post a picture of our new baby We bought her in Morro Bay and the owner was just the most honest coolest person ever! We bought a 1964 Glasspar Seafair Sunliner I never really find many pictures of this kind he said he thought it was a Citation but I matched it to the Sunliner. She was well maintained and she was ready for water. We bought her for $800 with a 30 hp Evinrude motor and a trailer. We have taken her out twice now and just in love with it.
Back in 2008, we had a little get together with the Bonneville Glassics group in Utah. Here we had 5 boats. Mine is the Skagit 20. She is rough and just rescued basically. No motor and I wasn't even sure if she would float. Good Times!
Hey all.. Just joined, got pointed this way from a link off Classic Glaston Owners website. Anyway this is a great thread, I had no Idea there were so many cats made back then.. Cool stuff!! A good friend of mine restores Chris-Craft runabouts Up here in Western WA. and just finished his 28' triple. We went over to Lake Chelan in Eastern Wa. for the Mahogany and Merlot boat show to see him spash it for the first time.