From the Owner

Baby Bootlegger is one of the most iconic raceboats of the 1920’s. Copied in various forms to this day, she was a frequent first place finisher. Designed by George Crouch and built by Henry B. Nevins, she competed against Rainbow IV and won the Gold Cup in 1924. Thought lost to fire, she was discovered and restored, now sporting the 200 HP, V-8 Hispano-Suiza engine. 

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Specifications

Year:

1924

Make:

George Crouch

Model:

G-5

Hull:

Wood

Length:

30

Beam:

Builder:

Henry B. Nevins

Builder Location:

New York
Engine

Year:

1924

Manufacturer:

Hispano-Suiza

Model:

H-S

Cylinders:

8

Speed:

50
General Information

Boat Name:

Baby Bootlegger

Home Port:

Nisswa, MN

Owner:

Lee Anderson
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