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Old 06-29-2013   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rebco??

Anyone ever hear of a rebco??? From the 70's. could it be the guy is mistaken and it is a repco??

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repco. I believe it is Reinforced plastics company. I believe one of if not the first fiberglass hull builders. Others on here know much more.
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Yes, Rebco = Repco formally rte1 Gouldsboro ME Harold Lothrop was one of the owners. Built in wood then in FG
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Stoneman,What size Repco are you looking at 21,30 or 37
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It's a 30. Will have a look tomorrow and hopefully some pics. Any thoughts on this boat?
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They are a good boats....a little narrow by today's designs ....I think Ken Flowers is trying to sell one for a friend on this site...look him up ..he is a true gentlemen and will answer any questions you have
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