TAFT CRAFT

by Richard S
(Texas City,Tx)

IT is a kit boat from the Taft family in the twin citys, Mn.

It is the only know one left from them I have ALL history of it.




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Sailboat kit from Tact
by: Chuck

I built a 15' Snipe class sailboat in 1964 & 1965.

It came out well aside from taking twice as long as I anticipated to build.

Superb
by: Anonymous

Superb restoration, well done

Up date on this Boat
by: Richard S

Currently have boat for sale, needs new home as I have three other boats.

Asking $14,500

Call me six o five 366nine to five nine



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