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Prop repair costs hltbna you below the waterfine? Try our stainless sled.

Haulouts cost money.

Downtime costs money.

If your boat business takes you where there's often trouble below, you need a prop that can take it.

You need a Coolidge stainless steel prop.

Because there's stainless — and there's

Coolidge stainless. We use all electric fur- naces to get a cleaner, stronger alloy. A steel that can really take it under water.

Plus our 60-some years of know-how in the

TURNING POWER INTO PROGRESS AROUND THE WORLD business, to make you a better prop in every way. Custom-designed for your boat, your engine, your horsepower, the job you've got to do.

We make our stainless steel props in diameters up to 14-ft. In 3-, 4- and 5-blade models. (Cast steel or bronze also avail- able through 13-ft. diameter.)

And we make them to last. No matter what kind of trouble you get them into.

Coolidge Propeller Company, 1608 Fair- view Avenue East, Seattle, Wash. 98102.

Telephone 206/325-5100. Propellers

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Maritime Reporter

First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.