- Community Center (New)
- American Power Boat Association – Vintage & Historic website. Includes their 2015 Schedule of Events.
- Historical webpages for the American Power Boat Association
- BOATS – This Directory has 333 VINTAGE hydros & flatbottoms. Many of the listings have – Historical and/or Restoration pages & Media sheets to read.
- Search TVH & Phil Kuz’s website
- 2015 Monthly Calendars listing APBA VH events
- Calendars by the month from 2005 – 2014
- Phil Kunz Photography website
- Past Events
- Vintage Racing Models
- Photo Albums – Stop in If you want to browse through the 45 photo albums that folks have on the website (almost 2000 total photos posted)
- Photo From A Moment – All the really great, special photos that graced the home page of TVH
- OFFICIAL RACE PROGRAMS plus other publications, reports & news articles
- Hydroplane Plans – Do you wanna build your own inboard “vintage” hydro?
- Restoration Articles – Great tips on restoring that hydro.
- Hydro Racing Stories – from today
- Hydro Racing Stories – from the past
- Directory of folks who made some of this history
- Where Are They Now?
- How come there is NO ads splashed everywhere on TVH’s website? – You can THANK these great folks!
- General Info about Vintage Hydroplanes
- The latest updates to The Vintage Hydroplanes
- Who’s the person who created & keeps TVH website going?
- Links to other cool websites
Paul Reid sent me a note that this hull was designed/built by Jerry Longtin who was famous for his CANADIANA hulls. Built circa 1946 and won Valleyfield in 1956 with Francois Lavinge at the helm. In looking at the L’Atomique you can see some of the same design DNA that would be later be applied to the future Canadiana designs, especially the rear cowl. Just looks way ahead of its time.
Cheers – Ross McCracken
Miss Heidelberg J-18
was originally The Redskin, built by Ron Jones, Sr.
16 photos added to the Wolbert family photo album
Both photos added to Ray Gassner’s Sunshine Baby webpage built and maintained by Brent McLean.
This photo added to Tim Settle’s BARRACUDA page.
Thanks Keith Brayer for the photo.
(see below for more info on Lyndora)
This is Joe Taggart’s 7 Liter hydro “Tomyann” that had 3 Mercury flathead engines.
It was reported that the front one was hooked direct and the rear two were connected via belt drives.
The belts kept burning up and the idea was scrapped and a Fageol bus engine was used instead.
Ventnor 225 plans are available to purchase from Keith Brayer.
Everything all about the V&H division – the rules, download forms, become an Inspector or Member, contact your regional rep to see if there is any help you can provide or have questions and view the 2015 Schedule of Events.