1922 Hacker Gentlemans Race Boat 29 FootSOLD

400 HP

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- Apache II is an unparralleled showstopper, one of the most cutting-edge designs of its day
- One of a kind 29' Gold Cup type hull, originally special ordered and purchased by Norman DeVaux, renowned automotive designer
- Custom designed and built by John L. Hacker
- Delivered new to Lake Tahoe in 1922 and raced in the 1920's and 1930's at annual "Lake Championship" regattas. Winner of 4th of July Six-Mile Races in both 1926 and 1927
- Powered by a World War I vintage, Packard built Liberty V-12 aircraft engine like what powered the boat in the 1930's
- 400 HP and 1,350 pound feet of torque at 1800 rpm, displacing 1650 CI
- Professionally restored mahogany hull in 2007
- Drive train is a custom built 1:2 overdrive gearbox coupled to a Velvet Drive
- Includes custom build aluminum trandem trailer
- Multiple award winner

Reference Number 87584

as of 6/23/2010

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