Express Cruiser ("Truscan"?)

by Jim Barber
(Kingwood, Texas)


Hello,

I am trying to identify the manufacturer of an wood express cruiser my father owned in the 1950's.

Part of the name of the builder was "Truscan" I believe and it was manufactured in Canada.

My father's boat was 24' and I have attached a photo of the boat.

If anyone has some history of this boat manufacturer, I would be very grateful to hear back.

Thank you,

Jim Barber
jamesebarber1@sbcglobal.net

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Express Cruiser
by: Anonymous

That boat looks to be a Truscott built in St Joseph Michigan.






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