Vintage Inboard Flatbottom Class
There were quite a few flatbottom classes that were running before and after W.W. ll that didn't make it to the 1960's.
Most of these were very regional and were only run in that part of the country.
The Racing Runabouts rules were determined by the price and cubic inches of the motor, and the motors were allowed only one carb venturi for every two cylinders, except the K class which was allowed superchargers.
The Service Runabouts rules went on cubic inches, length, weight, and had to carry a crew of two people (driver & passenger).
This chart is from 1950.
Racing Runabouts Service Runabouts
Classes that made it into 1960 are as follows:
B Racing Runabout
'Lil Bee 28-B
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