Apache II is a one of a spectacular boat that is instantly memorable. With the dramatic 12 exhaust pipes sprouting from the 400 HP V-12 Aeronautic Liberty engine and the symphonic sound coming from them when all the moving parts fire up. She was built by John L. Hacker in 1922 for Norman DeVaux, to be run on his private lodge on Lake Tahoe as a gentleman’s runabout. She competed in Lake Tahoe races to the delight of spectators, winning in 1926 and 1927. She has survived in remarkably original form and is owned by Lee and Penny Anderson.
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