1958 Sea Sled Model 17 Inverted Vee

1958 Sea Sled Model 17 Inverted Vee
From the Owner

After spending 50+ years hiding in a boathouse on the shores of Buffalo Pound lake this rare beauty was unearthed. When purchased is was equipped with a 1964 Merc 1000 and rumored to have been one of the fastest boats on the lake in the 60s. Unfortunately bats made there home under the merc engine cowling so a Force 90 hangs in its place until it is restored. This boat has a very unique inverted V hull and LH controls, it’s an absolute joy on the water and very well preserved.

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Specifications

Year:

1958

Make:

Sea Sled

Model:

Model 17

Hull:

Fiberglass

Length:

16’4”

Beam:

Builder:

Builder Location:

Engine

Year:

1993

Manufacturer:

Mercury

Model:

Force 90

Cylinders:

3

Speed:

42mph so far
General Information

Boat Name:

Wild Bill

Home Port:

Lac Pelletier Saskatchewan

Owner:

Dustin Vipond
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