Flying Scot factory

Recently I visited the Flying Scot factory. I'll try to post a link to two photos of the factory entrance. As you can see, like the boat, there is no pretense here. The factory is located in a beautiful and mountainous area of Maryland. Harry Carpenter and Dee were very generous with their time; showing me around and answering my many questions. If you make an appointment I think they enjoy speaking with owners. I understand the construction of the boats better now, after seeing them reduced to their constituent components. Thanks to Clause for the tip on Photobucket. http://img43.photobucket.com/albums/v131/Bob41/

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You’re welcome and I’m jealous of you, Bob.

You’re welcome and I’m jealous of you, Bob. The previous owner of our boat got a couple Polaroids of the boat construction when he ordered it and gave them to us. It’s pretty cool to have them. I uploaded scans of them: http://img29.photobucket.com/albums/v86/FS5074/Construction%20of%20FS5074/ PS: You should have taken more pictures. [;)]
Claus FS5074 Ames, IA |

I had a chance to visit the Flying Scot factory in late Septembe

I had a chance to visit the Flying Scot factory in late September 1999 and I took a few photographs while Karen Carpenter showed my wife and me around. The pictures are available for viewing at the following url: http://img45.photobucket.com/albums/v137/glbennett/Flying%20Scot%20Facto... I didn't have a digital camera at the time and I don't have a scanner now, so the pictures at photobucket are digital pictures of photographic prints. I hope you enjoy them. Greg Bennett Flying Scot #1087

Thanks for sharing the pictures Greg.

Thanks for sharing the pictures Greg. They show lots of things that I haven't seen about the factory and I never knew that it was located next to a cementary. [;)]
Claus FS5074 Ames, IA |

Thanks for the photos Greg, they were great.

Thanks for the photos Greg, they were great. [:)] You would think that FS would have something like this on their own site.

You can see a tour of the factory on the Flying Scot, Inc web si

You can see a tour of the factory on the Flying Scot, Inc web site at http://user1002163.wx17.registeredsite.com/build.html

Thanks Harry! I don't think that I ever ran across that on your

Thanks Harry! I don't think that I ever ran across that on your site before. Very nice description/view of the process. [:D]