The Vintage Hydroplanes
The Vintage Hydroplanes is devoted to the limited-class, inboard antique, vintage and historic hydroplanes & race boats. Our website has many pages filled with photographs & boat racing stories. Although we are mostly geared toward the limited class, inboard hydroplane classes, we are much more than just inboard hydroplanes. All vintage race boat owners & fans are encouraged to participate on this website and our sport.
The site navigation menu is full of history. Our little place on the internet is really an accumulation of contributed information from many of our visitors. A big THANK YOU goes out to all the folks who have sent me info and our sponsors who put their money into this endeavor because they thought these beautiful racing hulls and all the great folks who designed, built and raced these boats deserved this spot on the internet.
Let’s also not forget folks who made all the great history that have left us. It is our honor to help keep some of their racing memories alive. You will not be forgotten.
We hope you enjoy your stay at The Vintage Hydroplanes.
Be prepared to travel back with us in time.
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Since March 24, 2000
This website is not public domain.
All rights reserved to each contributor on this website.
Everything else – ©2000-2017 Phil Spruit
Comments are welcome on the Home pages by simply clicking on the photo or article.
Sorry – due to spammers, your post will need my approval before being posted.
Check out The Vintage Hydroplanes & Phil Kunz Photography Facebook page.
Below are other Facebook pages that TVH website recommends that you “LIKE”:
A.P.B.A Vintage & Historic Division Facebook page.
Vintage Hydroplane Lovers Facebook page.
Hydroplane History Facebook page.
Three Point Hydroplanes Facebook page.
Vintage Hydroplanes – Skiffs & Outboards – Canada Facebook page.
If you are posting photos on Facebook from this website, good manners dictate that you give credit in your Facebook post that the pics were obtained from The Vintage Hydroplanes website or Phil Kunz Photography websites. PLEASE give credit to photographer and/or contributor. Keep in mind that it is easy for you to post the link for the url (internet address to one of our web pages) from where you obtained that photo from our websites. That way the Facebook visitor can read more about it here. Thanks!