1969 Nova 24 Sprint
|Category||Aluminum Fish Boats|
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|Location||Sister Bay, WI|
•2 x 5.7L PCM Marine Engines 310 HP Each, Stbd 400hrs Port 100 Hrs, Velvet Drive Transmissions and Crusader V-Drives
Hull 2460 (60th produced) underwent a“stringers up” restoration by Loughborough Marine Interests. LMI builds custom yachts and performs
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|Engine Make||PCM Marine|
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
This Nova Sprint 24 is hull #2460 the 60th hull out of the 146 Nova Sprint 24's built by Nova Marine. Loughborough Marine of Newport Rhode Island restored this Nova 24 from the hull bottom up.Over $100,000 was spent on the project.
In the late 60's Allan Brown and offshore racing legend Don Aronow founded Nova Marine on "Thunder Row" in Miami. "Brownie" created and produced the Nova Sprint 24 and their "Super Nova" won the Miami- Nassau Offshore Powerboat Race in 1969.