The NOMAD A-32
Whereabouts Unknown
THIS RACING HULL IS WANTED IN CONNECTION FOR IT'S PAST HISTORY.
A-32 The Nomad was a 15 ft. long Rich Hallett hull powered by a highly modified  Ford Falcon engine. 
The wanted was owned & driven by one, James Mann. 
When last seen, it was being campaigned by Mike Cashin in Michigan as Cashins Critter in late 1960s.
Chuck Kaiser bought it and made it into a 145. 
NOTE - This suspect has been removed from the Wanted List.
Bryan Jones bought the hull and the boat sat untouched with no deck until he sawed off the transom to keep the rudder, 
he removed the remaining hardware and burned it. A sad ending, indeed.
 
Alias: A-32 The Nomad
Date of Birth: unknown
Builder: Rich Hallett
Length: 15'
Occupation: Raceboat: Modified - A class
Scars & Marks: probably many

REMARKS:
CONSIDERED ARMED AND EXTREMELY FAST!

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