Greg Hogarth grew up in this boat. Greg’s father purchased this boat in 1968, just after buying the Muskoka cottage. Greg recalls, “As a nine year old boy in 1968, I thought this boat was the coolest thing on the water. It screamed speed, elegance, & danger. I loved when dad started Flash. It was so loud. It would start with a big throaty roar and then idle down to a rumble growl interrupted by the lapping of water over the straight exhaust pipes at the waterline. As soon as I heard it, I would come running down to the boathouse to beg for a ride.” Having experienced a ‘Encapsulated Plank’ Breen Bottom with ‘Sthogie’, his Greavette Streamliner, Greg did not hesitate to give ‘Flash’ the same treatment with Peter Breen Antique & Classic Boat Co., knowing that this would be the end of his bottom troubles, period. Flash was re-finished along the way and received a new Mercruiser power plant. Greg can be spotted often running ‘Flash’ on Lake Joseph, usually at full speed.
Check your email.
We’ve sent you a message with a link to verify and activate your account.
(If you don’t see an email from us within a few minutes, check your spam folder. Sometimes things get lost in there.)