Glo Gal A-3
THIS RACING HULL IS WANTED IN CONNECTION FOR IT'S PAST HISTORY.
The wanted was owned & driven by Lt. Col. Warner Gardner when last seen in the Detroit area in 1962.
Hydro was approx. 15' feet long & powered by a Ford V8-60.
Built in 1951 by owner Frank Neely. The hydroplane was campaigned using the alias Cumon Baby and set the world straightaway record at 101.254 m.p.h. on Nov. 9, 1953 with Duane Allen driving.
The hull was campaigned in the late 1950's as Tex by Bill Steed of Tyler, Texas.
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