Ethyl-Ruth IV, 1934 G7, Hacker Gold Cup racer

Ethyl-Ruth IV, 1934 G7, Hacker Gold Cup racer
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Built for the 1934 Gold Cup race at Lake George, New York. She features a 3 stepped flat bottom with syphons on each step to reduce suction. She was built to be powered by one of three V-16 Gold Cup race engines built and designed by Harry Miller. She is owned by Lee and Penny Anderson of Nisswa, MN. Her decks are 95% original. She is powered by one of the last remaining V-16 Miller Gold Cup engines. She retains her original name from 1934.

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Specifications

Year:

1935

Make:

27' Gold Cup

Model:

Raceboat

Hull:

Wood

Length:

27'

Beam:

Builder:

Hacker

Builder Location:

Shibe Stadium
Engine

Year:

1934

Manufacturer:

Miller- Horace Dodge

Model:

Custom Harry Miller

Cylinders:

12

Speed:

80mph
General Information

Boat Name:

Ethyl-Ruth IV

Home Port:

Nisswa, MN

Owner:

Lee Anderson
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