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Fleet Obsolete
Link110 East Strand
Kingston, NY 12401
Hours: open by appointment
Founder & Director: Robert T. Iannucci

Fleet Obsolete is located on the Kingston waterfront in the Cornell Shops Building which was formally the headquarters of the Cornell Steamboat Company at Roundout on the riverfront of Kingston. During the late 2000s, owner Robert Iannucci purchased four PT Boats and seven Packard engines for restoration. During June 2012, PT-728 was sold to Liberty Aviation Museum, leaving only the three unrestored hulls in storage.

PT-48
Arrived December 2008, hull unrestored, stored outdoors

PT-459
Hull unrestored, stored outdoors

PT-486
Acquired July 2012

PT-615
Hull restored, stored outdoors

PT-728
Restored PT boat, during 2012 sold to Liberty Aviation Museum

References
Kingston Times "Boat life on the Rondout: Iannucci lifts 80-foot torpedo boat out of the river for rehab" January 17, 2008 page 32
Kingston Times "We did survive: Ex-Mukden POWs and kin gather, reminisce in Kingston" October 8, 2009 page 9

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