Miss Nehi A-104
Whereabouts Unknown
THIS RACING HULL IS WANTED IN CONNECTION FOR IT'S PAST HISTORY.
Miss Nehi A-104
aka Screamin' Eagle
 This famous boat was built in the early 1950's by the notarious Rich Hallett for the fast Buddy Hollaway and he ran her under the name Screamin' Eagle.
That combination was good for a straight-a-way speed record at 101.37 m.p.h. in 1954.
In the photo above, the wanted later campaigned as Miss Nehi A-104. The owner was James Retif and the hydro jockey was Fred Herzog.
The wanted was last seen in Louisiana in early 1960ís.
 
Alias: Miss Nehi A-104
Date of Birth: early 1950's
Builder: Rich Hallett
Length: 14' approx.
Occupation: 135 cu in class modified
Scars & Marks: probably many

REMARKS:
CONSIDERED ARMED AND EXTREMELY FAST!

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THIS RACE BOAT,
PLEASE CONTACT THE APBA INBOARD HISTORIAN, PHIL KUNZ.