Bassett Lowke produced the Streamlinia launch throughout the 1930's and it has been suggested after the war as well.
The early models were steam driven but other engines were used as well.
BL claimed that the launch was capable of 7 knots on smooth water.
This is a rare opportunity as the hull is sound and the engine has been removed. She is therefore very much a blank canvass as she requires a complete repaint and you can decide for yourself on which propulsion unit you wish to fit.
If you require further photos, to be able to guage how much work is needed, please do not hesitate to ask.
Bassett Lowke Streamlinia to restore-Sold
Length: 102cm (40") on the deck