Committee of Aluminum Producers

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The Committee of Aluminum Producers, renamed the Marine Aluminum Committee in 1964, was a branch of the Aluminum Association, an industry organization of companies such as Kaiser Aluminum, Alcoa, and Reynolds Metals. In 1963, the Committee put on a contest to promote aluminum boats and outboard motors (see brochure below). This included Crestliner, Lone Star, Starcraft, Traveler, Mirro Craft, Duratech, Texas Maid, Valco, Cherokee, Naden, Aqua Swan, Aero-Craft, DuraCraft, Polar Kraft, Appleby, Feathercraft, Rich Line, Orlando, Grumman, Mitchell, Trailorboat, Meyers, and outboard motors by Gale, Mercury, Johnson, West Bend, Evinrude, and McCulloch.

1963 Information Thanks to George Schneider

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