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Archive for the ‘Whirlwind Boat Center’ Category

American Memories Museum

December 4th, 2013 Comments Off on American Memories Museum

Big news!! American Memories Museum is now open at Oldtimeworld! Featuring 60 antique wooden boats and 30 antique 40’s and 50’s cars plus memorabilia, outboard engines and a Lionel Train display. Three hour tour is only $10.00 per person. This tour is by appointment only. Please call Howard at 301-627-2114.


Whirlwind Medallions

December 4th, 2013 Comments Off on Whirlwind Medallions

     Beautiful heavy polished stainless medallions for sale. $40.00 each plus $8.00 shipping. Call Howard at 301-627-2114.


Whirlwind Book Available in OTW Store

February 4th, 2011 Comments Off on Whirlwind Book Available in OTW Store

`56 Whirlwind Sea King 14′

January 4th, 2011 Comments Off on `56 Whirlwind Sea King 14′
56 Whirlwind Sea King 14'

Here is Howard and Cheryl zooming along in their `56 Whirlwind Sea King 14′, at the Reedville Fisherman’s Museum Show, just after the boat parade, September 12, 2010.


More Wild About Whirlwinds

November 24th, 2010 Comments Off on More Wild About Whirlwinds

They were years of hard work, 1946 to 1956. Charley Wingo, Ed Hewitt and Charles Abramo transformed the remains of Allied Aviation into Molded Products, Inc. They moved all the equipment 3 times, put 35 friends and family to work, built pontoon bridges, medical boxes, air rescue boats, canoes that weighed 37 pounds, small sailboats in fleets, for the Navy, larger 24’ sailboats for Luders, in Mass. and Navy lifeboats.

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