Dinwiddie, VA, February 20, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Glasspar G3 Owners Association, a marque club of the Antique & Classic Boat Society (ACBS) announces that it has an all-new website and forum on the Internet. The Glasspar G3 is a classic boat and is one of the most popular restorable fiberglass boats. Founded in 1990, the Glasspar G3 Owners Association is recognized as the first special interest group for an early production-line, all fiberglass model boat. Initially, informational exchanges were between a small group of enthusiasts, however over time the membership grew to include hundreds of members across the US and Canada.
For some time there have been interest groups for classic wooden boats. But pursuing early wooden versions (often finished like fine furniture) is still quite expensive. These G3 models are distinctively designed, memorable and quite recognizable. They are inexpensive and perform well with smaller outboards. But most need restoration in varying degrees, and this can become an extensive project. In the end, there is a unique and subtle pleasure in owning a classic boat. It is not uncommon to pull up to a ramp and have someone glance your way, smile and glowingly announce, "My gosh, that's a Glasspar G3!"
Information on this site has been compiled from the efforts of countless G3 owners that have contributed their experience and research. The information instructs how to identify the model year, provides techniques on restoration, and presents to the G3 community, the names and boats of the membership. It was originally distributed to Association members through a booklet, but today that information can be accessed on www.G3owners.com website. The new website launched in February 2014, is the most comprehensive collectionof G3 information and photography available on the web, and through its members, the collection is expected to continue to grow over time.
For more information, please see the G3 Owners Association website at http://www.G3owners.com.
You may contact the G3 Owners Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.