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18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout

18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout

$29,900 (USD)

Boat ID: 42015

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Boat Summary
$29,900 (USD)
Boat ID: 42015

The 18-foot split cockpit runabout was Gar Wood's answer to declining sales of his larger triple-cockpit boats during the Great Depression. The prototype of the new model was displayed at the National Boat Show in New York City in 1932, and "Que Sara" was one of 43 boats ordered at the show and the twenty-fifth hull built that year. Delivered to a Gar Wood dealer in Boston, she spent many decades on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, along the way receiving a more powerful Chrysler Super Crown 150. She arrived in the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York in 2002. A thorough upgrade in 2003 included two replaced bottom planks, refreshed paint and varnish, and new upholstery. "Que Sara" is in top condition and ready for a new owner to take her to her 100th birthday!

Location:
Clayton Showroom, NY
Views:
1,510
Boat Details
Year:
1932
Manufacturer:
Gar Wood
Model:
Split Cockpit Runabout
Length:
18
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
1932
Make:
Chrysler Super Crown 150 HP
Cylinders:
6
Hours:
Unknown
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
1997
Manufacturer:
Yacht Club
Axles:
Single
Capacity:
1,500
Brakes:
Comments:
Other Information
Boat Cover:
No
Stereo:
No
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
No
Side Curtain:
No
Convertible Top:
No
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
No
Comments:
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