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    Default unknown vintage pwc

    hey guys, im a new member from down south around atlanta georgia and a few months ago i purchased a real old pwc that i had never seen anything like it. It resembles the 68-69 model see-doos but is even flatter and the seat stays flat all the way to the back. It has what appears to be around 350cc twin cylinder, water cooled, 2 stroke inboard with direct jet drive sticking out back. I have flipped this machine over in every direction looking for I.D. and cannot find a single marking of any kind on hull nor motor. I did manage to get the thing running and it sounds like it runs quite well. Havent had a chance to put it in the lake yet but maybe soon. I was wondering if any of you might know of a company that produced a pwc very similar to the 60s model seedoo back around that time. i would appreciate any info i can get and will definitly post some pics as soon as i can to show you this jewel, i know you will get a laugh! Thanks for your time guys!

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    The Superjet
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    Sounds like an "Aqualoop" to me, if it is they were built in Canada.


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    Senior Member SERiOUS's Avatar
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    Don;t think it is an aqualoop...the aqualoop uses an outboard motor attached to the back.

    http://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=h...26tbs%3Disch:1

    Post up some pics when you get a chance...i am sure I am not the only one interested in seeing this mystery watercraft.
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    Does it look like this?

    http://www.myvincent.co.uk/gallery.php?id=29

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    1995 yamaha WRA700T & unknown vintage pwc
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    hey, thanks for the reply but it seems much flatter than the vincent, other than the steering and seat area the sides where your feet go are completly flat. the seat is 4ft long and goes all the way even with back. the closest thing yet is the Werks Fazer 3 but with a much shorter bow in front and seems a lot flatter on bottom. and let me say thanks for the realy cool vincent info gallery you attached with this reply. I really enjoyed learning something about them old bikes!

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