This old girl was found in the Fall of 1986 on the edge of Gilmanton Iron Works (NH) village, where she lay in the woods for over thirty years.
She is 18 feet long and five feet wide. Her hull is galvanized sheet metal, which looked like a sieve, having lain on the ground for three decades. The only possible way to save her was a complete fiberglass job. Putting fiber glass on galvanized metal tu
She was constructed by the W. H. Mullins Company in Salem, Ohio about 1910. Through the years her decking and seating were changed and the original engine (unknown) was replaced by a car engine, in an attempt to make her into a 'speed boat'. The