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19 Feet 1994 Stingray 586 ZP Open Bow Runabout, Brand New Boat
This is a brand new 19' Stingray Open Bow Runabout with a Merc 4.3 V6 I/O that is still sitting at the Stingray factory in SC. The boat was one of 15 boats built exactly the same. They were built for Pepsi Cola as a promotion and Pepsi gave all the boats away. One of the boat was never picked up and has been sitting at the Stingray factory for all this time. The boat has never been in the water and never been titled. The boat comes on a new 1994 single axle trailer. The boat and trailer have always been kept inside and it does still look like a new boat today.
21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado
One of Century's most elaborate Coronado designs, this 1959 model features a plush interior, sliding roof, painted hull accents, and modern Crusader 6.0L engine. This example has been nicely restored with a West System epoxy bottom. A&A interior, varnished mahogany hull, swim platform with “hidden” stern thruster underneath for easy maneuvering, “auto-leveling” trim tabs and much more. She is a beauty! She has always been kept in a covered boathouse. Available for $ 35,000 OBO including tandem trailer.
11 Feet 1920's JM Densmore Yacht Tender
JM DEnsmore was a Yacht Builder in the 1920's. This is a Yacht tender that no doubt was built for a larger boat. It has a builders plate, copper tipped oars, oarlocks and flooring. The boat also has a modern cover. It was part of a collection which is now being sold.
17 Feet 1930's Hacker Craft Runabout
This Runabout boat was completely restored by a well known Hacker authority in the early 1990's. Replacement no soak bottom, motor, hull and deck. She looks and runs well. Comes with trailer and cover. This is a very rare split cockpit runabout. Nice condition and ready to be enjoyed by a new owner. She has been in loving care for more than 25 years by the present owner.
20 Feet 1962 Lyman Utility
This boat is turn-key ready! Last in water October 2016. Featuring new upholstery, this craft enjoys only 52 hours on the rebuilt V-8, 175 hp motor. Latest improvements include: new exhaust system from manifold to transom, new aluminum USCGA fuel tank, new propeller shaft and propeller, new water pump impeller, replaced fuel line from tank to engine and two new NAPA batteries. The boat also has fresh paint. The Shorelander Trailer has new brake lines and hoses, new surge brake controller and new tires (2016).
31 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Constellation
This 1958 Chris Craft Constellation has been with the same Family since 2004. During that time a restoration was started but never completed. The instruments have been rebuilt and 95% of the chrome has been redone. The boat itself has had a considerable amount if work done to the boat but requires some work in the keel before it can be re-assembled and made ready for water. Most of the work will be in the assembly as almost all of th work has been done to the interior and exterior. This is an ideal winter project for someone wishing to apply themselves and save a good looking Chris Craft.
20 Feet 2008 Raveau Runabout
This 2008 Raveau is a very rare and sought after mahognay pleasure/ race boat. This is the double cockpit model which is the most expensive model in the lineup and was made new at a cost of over $ 100,000. It is equipped with a Mercury 225 HP engine, gorgeous interior and livorsi gauges. The boat was rigged at TNT Marine in South Florida and clocked at over 80 MPH. These boats are hard to find and rarely come up for sale. It has been lightly used with only 26 hours and immaculately kept and is ready for summer curising and equipped with all custom dock lines, bumpers and a full marine cover.
20 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera
1953 Chris Craft 20' Riviera. I completed a three year restoration on this boat where every painted or varnished plank was removed, replaced when needed, or repaired if necessary and refastened using new fasteners and adhesive/caulk. This includes a new bottom (doesn't need to be "soaked" prior to launching) with a mix of original and new mahogany planks. Original bottom planks were fastened with new silicon bronze fasteners and Sikaflex 291 LOT, and new bottom planks were bedded in 3M 5200 as well as new silicon bronze fasteners. I also replaced the keel, 5 bottom frames, transom and some transom frames and some side planks. All decks, engine hatch and covering boards were replaced with new mahogany planks. New upholstery, flooring, wiring harness, aluminum gas tank were installed, and all chrome hardware was re-plated. The propeller was sent out to be tuned, and there are new stainless prop shaft and coupler. The engine is a 158 horsepower flathead six cylinder MBL similar to the engine originally installed. Some undocumented work was done by the engine's previous owner, and I had the generator (now 12 volt) and fuel pump rebuilt, with new plugs and plug wires, new motor mounts and just recently installed a rebuilt water pump. The engine runs great. The steering wheel was restored and gauges are in good shape. The horn, bilge pump and blower all work. The boat was moored at our dock late last summer for 6 weeks with no problems, and is in the water now. The boat comes with a rebuilt four bunk tandem trailer. I can provide a full description of all work done and materials used in the restoration, plus pictures illustrating the process. I added three varnish coats this winter, for a total of 15 coats of varnish. I have restored more than 20 wooden boats and this is the best riding and handling boat of all of them.
18 Feet 1955 Century Arabian
Low Hours - only two owners. Production run of only 42 boats in 1955. Restoration completed in 2008 includes the following: remove bottom and side planks, rebuilt rear transom-extensive, each frame section removed and inspected and 100% rebuilt if damaged. Frame is oak, white oak, all side planks and ribs double treated with epoxy, this is a dry boat, fiberglass and epoxy resin. Extensive refinish of blue/platinum stain, motor starts easy and repainted, concours level interior upholstery, wood is African Mahogany. Ultimately the boat speaks for itself, AWESOME.
23 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Sedan Utility
This amazing Gar Wood was completely restored in 2010. Rebuilt Chrysler Royal 8 143hp. Show Winner! 1st place at multiple shows across the country. Beautifully restored Gar Wood Sedan! 1 of 8 built! Boat went through a full bottom up restoration and is in show condition today. The bottom was replaced , the engine rebuilt, wireing, flooring, interior, gauges, chrome and more have all been done to the boat. The varnish is in very good condition and the chrome looks like it was just done yesterday. Very stylish design makes this boat a real eye catcher.
28 Feet 2019 Bayview
This is a one season old 28ft foot Bayview landing craft. Lightly used and in perfect running order. Perfect for any island owner or contractor allowing for comfortable all weather boating with an enclosed cabin. Max load of 5000 lbs. and a 225 HP Mercury outboard to confidently get you your destination.
16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Runabout Model 101
Pre-war classic runabout exclusively used on Canandaigua Lake, NY. 3rd owner. Boat has been stored in enclosed storage unit. Some wood work required but basically very sound boat. Bottom has been re-caulked. Trailer included.
23 Feet 1959 Lone Star Cruiseliner
1959 Lone star Cruiseliner New floors, Hull in great shape, trailer comes with it. Boat is use weekly at Canandaigua Lake NY. Motor works great, great power. Boat comes with all safety gear, radio, fish finder, etc. Serious buyers will do test ride with an accepted offer and deposit. Please contact me if any questions. Thank you
14 Feet 1988 Arey's Pond
Well loved classic gaff rig catboat. Sailed in the St Lawrence and Great Lakes. My husband loved this boat and enjoyed working on her almost as much as sailing. He replaced all the rigging and added unique brass fittings when he could and hand sewed new leather protection at the throat of the boom. The brightwork is highly varnished and the deck painted a couple years ago. He added a carbon fiber mast in 2018 so that we could step the mast ourselves. The lightweight Yamaha motor adds flexibility and safety without impacting her motion under sail. Sadly my husband passed away this need and I need to sell.
21 Feet 1933 Hacker Craft Utility
This Hacker-Craft is thought to have originally been built as triple cockpit but later modified to it's current configuration. The boat can definitely be brought back to it's original build specs which would increase its value and desirability. This Hacker-Craft has been owned by the same person for 60 years. The original straight 6 was replaced with its current V8 in 1984. Motor was freshly rebuilt at that time. In 2003 the bottom was replaced with a no soak variety along with other work performed by Zimmerman Boat Works in Columbus Oh at the cost of 24,000. The boat has been well maintained over the years and we have all the documentation to prove what was done and is available upon request.
21 Feet 1961 Lyman Utility
This 21-footer has a factory re-manufactured 302 Ford V-8. The engine was installed in 2012 for $5,000, has less than 250 hours since and runs like a champion. The gas tank was removed, cleaned and re-coated in 2012. Stored, winterized and maintained at Cornell’s Marina in Henderson, NY, for at least the last 10 years. Needs cosmetic work (paint on bottom and sides), but otherwise it’s in great shape. Strong enough to handle the open lake, small enough to fit into almost any boat slip.
19 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
Only 786 Capris were built between 1955 and 1958. With their 2-tone blonde and red mahogany deck scheme, they have become one of the most desired post-war Chris Craft runabout models. This example is a nice clear user-boat. All hardware has been rechromed, custom cover, good interior. Varnish is in good condition, traditional bottom is very tight. The Chris Craft KLC engine runs well and has been converted to a 12V system. 120-125 PSI on each cylinder, oil pressure reads on the low side on the gauge. In the water being enjoyed Summer 2019.
17 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Custom Ski
1963 Chris Craft Custom Ski. 283 V8 engine. Boat has clean title and would be a great project for someone. Boat is complete with all of the original trim except for one chrome vent. $ 1,500.00 OBO
17 Feet 1954 Mac Bay Runabout
One of a kind (That is, only one known to exist!) classic wood boat built by the Mac Bay Boat Company, Holland, MI in 1954. She has been totally restored over a 3 year period. The Gray Marine 6 cylinder engine was also totally rebuilt and gets her up and scooting in seconds. This boat has become the fan favorite at all the boat shows she has entered. She is a real head-turner! This boat has won numerous awards including Peoples' Choice Award, Ladies' Choice Award, and the prestigious "Captains' Choice Award (Chosen by owners of classic wood boats in the show.) Serious parties only.
24 Feet 2003 Hacker Craft Runabout w/ Enlarged Second Cockpit
This is a unique Hacker-Craft with a single stain colour and a buff interior. Re-varnished in 2009 and the bottom re-painted this spring. Always kept in a boathouse with regular spring and fall maintenance by a certified Muskoka marina. Rides beautifully and seats 7 to 8 comfortably with the U shaped enlarged second cockpit. Owner selling cottage and is looking forward to finding a new home for this lovely Hacker-Craft.
14 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Barracuda
I bought this boat to refurbish in 2017,stripped varnish and stain on deck . bottom finished , hull needs to be sanded , has all hardware , no steering wheel(old one cracked)has split windshield, good trailer , engine runs very well.
18’ 8” Feet 1960 Thompson
Fully restored in 2014 with new decks and transom. Stainless steel rub rails. Excellent condition. This boat needs nothing and has been in the water this season!
19 Feet 1975 Century Arabian
I have owned and maintained this boat for the last 28yrs. Has been stored indoors every off season. Classic L shaped cockpit is great for skiing, and or just cruising. Tan upholstery has been replaced very recently along with all seat frames and looks like new. Hull is painted with Awlgrip maroon paint, decks have a clear gelcoat on them and can be buffed if need be. This is a showroom quality boat. Chrysler 440 has had a complete top end rebuild with new heads with hard valve seats, head gaskets, Hi rise intake manifold and gasket with an Edelbrock carb on top. Riser exhaust manifolds prevent back wash. New transmission, new gear box. This boat is a "10" it is worth seeing. It is located in the Antique Boat America Showroom in Clayton, NY. Sitting on a nice trailer
28’ Feet 2011 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 2011 28 Hacker Craft was built by the Hacker Boat Company for the owner of the company's personal muse. We have owned the boat since 2013. The construction is of all mahogany glued and screwed making for a strong and watertight boat. It was meticulously crafted with 20 layers of varnish. I am the 2nd owner and the boat has been in the cool fresh water of Lake George since I have had the boat. The 8.1 Liter V8 engine moves this craft along at a very acceptable speed. This 28’ triple cockpit is 100 % Mahogany construction and in excellent condition with large center U shaped seating which can easily handle 5 people. The boat is always stored indoors in winter and under cover of a boathouse on a hydraulic lift during the summer. No trailer is included but transport quotes are available.
24 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Utility
This is a very rare boat; first one of seven ever built. This boat was completely gone over with a new 5200 bottom, double planked, ribbon grain book matched topsides and double planked decks. Excellent for the big water. Tradition won best Chris-Craft at Hessel, Michigan and many other awards. This boat has a single exhaust 350 Chris-Craft engine, completely gone over by CD’s Engine of Hudsonville, MI. Tradition has a custom dual axle trailer with a folding tong which allows it to be stored in most garages. This boat is a big water boat that handles the waves without a problem and with the extra freeboard offered by the Sportsman/Utility hull is very dry. It comes with a dust cover and is stored indoors. Fresh water use only! A Michigan boat its entire life. It has the optional jump seat and is the Chevy Suburban of boat’s when needing to entertain, or have room for a family. The boat underwent a three year restoration with no expense spared. Boat was recently varnished.
14 ft. Feet 1958 Starcraft
This beauty is the result of a three year complete restoration. All new wood for the interior and new white oak for framing. The hull is all aluminum and there are no loose or leaking rivets. The hull was buffed to an amazing shine. New acrylic enamel paint on topsides. Custom windshield. Custom restored steering wheel. Brand new upholstery snap in cushions. Wood flooring is all new and custom fabricated. The trailer is completely restored with new hubs and tires. New winch and hitch. The engine runs great and has been repainted to match the boat. Make offer and may be open to trade.
17' Feet 1954 Mac Bay Runabout
This boat is thought to be the only MacBay special order to exist. It has been totally restored and is admired by all who see her. This Mac Bay has won numerous awards including "Captains' Choice" (voted on by other antique wood boat owners in show) as well as "Peoples' Choice" The MacBay Company is part of the Holland, MI wood boat history.
14' 4" Feet 1957 Larsons Falls Flyer
This boat and motor have undergone a museum quality restoration and was part of the Mikkelson Collection which sold in 2012. It has been covered in heated storage ever since and never yet in the water. We are including a soft cover and a canvas cover. We are willing to package this boat and trailer with the 2 other 'parts' Falls Flyers we are selling for a total of $21,900.
30 Feet 1921 Wilbur Ketchum Launch
This is a very rare Wilbur Ketchum Launch and the only one known to exist. Wilbur Ketchum did build at least 3 of these in the 24 foot range. The boat spent much of its life on Long Island and at one time this boat was the 3rd oldest boat at the New York Yacht Club. As a displacement hull, this boat rides beautifully and has undergone a lot of restoration work. As a result, the boat shows well and is a historic piece worthy of any collection.
13 Feet 1987 Checkmate Playmate GT
A beautiful, two-seater sports car that will take you for a boat ride at nearly 50 MPH. Hard-to-find, limited edition model Checkmate Playmate in turn-key condition, fully-equipped and ready to go. The gel coat shines and the engine purrs. Let's go!
17 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft
Beautifully restored Chris-Craft Deluxe with a "no-soak" 5200 bottom, solid mahogany inner planks, cedar outers, stainless steel screws and replaced chines. Rebuilt Model K engine (not the original, but same year) and all-new wiring with a 12-volt system. All new upholstery, bilge pump and canvas cover. Comes atop a new galvanized steel bunk trailer with lighted guide posts. One of the nicest Deluxe runabouts around!
24' Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
The boat was purchased by my father Aug 14, 1964 from a private owner who resided in Adams, NY. The boat was in need of restoration at the time of purchase. My father began some restoration activity, however he unfortunately did not have the time or resources to complete the restoration. The boat was first stored in Marcy, NY while we lived in Utica, and then moved to Pulaski in 1965 when our family relocated. The boat has always been stored in a building on the same trailer it's still on today. The buildings have always been of the type that have a concrete or stone floor and were not temperature or humidity controlled. This may be a contributing factor to why the body of the boat is 'tight' without gaps between the boards. All of the hardware, and windshield have been removed from the boat. The windshield was destroyed, and some hardware has been lost due to the relocation of the boat.
16 Feet 1925 Old Town Canoe
This Old Town Canoe was found in a barn and is in original condition. Believed to be a fairly early model, she is worthy of restoration. Offered with No Reserve.
18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier Custom
A popular model in the Cavalier fleet, 709 Custom Utilities were built between 1959 and 1962. This example has been beautifully restored and has only 23 hours of use since completed! No soak bottom, new interior, flooring, rebuilt gauges, rebuilt engine, and an excellent custom fitted single axle trailer. This boat is hull #6 and a very early example. Needs nothing - add gas and enjoy!
17 Feet 1962 Barbour Boat Works
A Barbour Boat Works Silver Clipper Deluxe is a fully restored beauty in a period appropriate package. Fully restored in the original color scheme. This was a father and son project.
16 Feet 1905-1910 B.N.MorrisCanoe
This B. N. Morris Canoe was purchased in family 1959 in New Hampshire . It was used in NH, Maine and the Adirondacks - moved to Colorado for indoor display early 2000s. There is no trailer for the canoe but the cedar, timber frame brackets are included with the canoe. B. N. Morris Canoes were made in Veazie, Maine and known for their craftsmanship and style as one of the most picturesque canoes made in this form. In the early years Morris offered three grades of each model canoe. Later on in the twentieth century, Morris decided to offer only one standard quality grade of canoe.
16 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cavalier
This is my "Show Boat". It is a restored period correct Chris Craft Cavalier with that has won many awards at numerous shows. It is powered by a new Yamaha engine for $ 5300 with a restored cowl to look the correct age of the boat. It sits on a heavy duty Loadmaster trailer and has always been kept in a garage stored indoors. I have all of the records and restoration photos that come with the boat. I have invested over $ 10,000 in the boat itself and have over 600 hours in the actual restoration.
17 Feet 1955 Gar Form Runabout
I bought the boat in 1990 from the fellow that got it from the buider in Oklahoma City and brought it to Florence Ms where he used it as a practice sloam ski tow boat in the lake he lived on. I used it on the Pearl River as a ski boat until 2010 here in Mississippi. It has not been in water since but engine was winterized and I crank it every so often . It has been kept under cover since.Just needs TLC and would make a nice lake runner to enjoy also a conversation starter.The trailer is homemade and needs tires.The finish is a little rough with no rot. It has a velvet drive transmission. Wiring is sound with plastic 20 gal fuel tank. I replaced stringers,rudder,freshwater pump,water manifolds,and carb in 1995. One of the first fiberglass boats of its day.
25 Feet 1957 Jafco Seamaster
The first JAFCO Seamaster was built by Hutchinson Brothers Boat Woks in Alexandria Bay. Very few of these pocket Cruisers were built - Less than 100 and even fewer are know to exist to this day. These boats were built in Buffalo New York and were known to handle the waters of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. This boat has been in indoor storage for over 10 years and needs some cosmetic work. It is powered by Twin Chrysler 135 HP engines which will move the boat along nicely
16 Feet 1949 Penn Yan Aristocrat Clipper
Own a piece of history with this 16' mahogany, inboard one of a kind Penn Yan Aristocrat Clipper at a below value price. This is the perfect boat for the weekend wood boat enthusiast. It is reported the grandson of the original owner of Penn Yan Boats says the boat is a one of a kind when Penn Yan and Johnson Outdrives were considering merging their businesses. The bronze external propeller and rudder extending beyond the stern indicate this, but there is no documentation in the archives. Displayed at the Clayton Boat Show in Clayton, NY. Inboard Gas Gray Marine Phantom Four - 45 HP Engine Number D-22234 rebuilt in 2008 with few hours. Boat Serial Number D-1553. Gear box Serial Number D-1553. Work performed in 2010; new Moller 19 gal. polyethylene gas tank, mounted forward, new fuel gauge, mahogany stripped and varnished. Prior to the current owner, the boat has been maintained by Fish Bros boat builders in Queensbury, NY. The current owner purchased the boat in 2017 and she has been stored indoors ever since. She came from Lake George in the Adirondacks. Having relocated to the Erie Canal, the owner wishes to aggressively sell the boat below its current value in order to purchase a launch more suitable for the tranquil waters of the Erie Canal.
17' Feet 1962 Hydrodyne Custom Deluxe
Originally purchased in Des Moines, Iowa, this fully restored classic in 2017 currently resides on Lake Lanier in Georgia. Hydrodyne Boats were advanced well beyond other "single skinned" fiberglass boats of the 60's. They featured a fully cored laminate hull, foam flotation and a helm bench seat with spring suspension. Historical videos show this premium brand was favored by a number of the astronauts of the day, Gus Grissom being one of them. A Hydrodyne was reportedly ordered by Jackie Kennedy around the beginning of 1963. For these reasons, Hydrodynes tend to hold and increase in values compared to other late 50's to 60's fiberglass boats. Please note the accurate reproduction of the Hydrodyne logo on the seat upholstery as well as the Integrity Brand custom premium trailer painted to match the boat.
19.5 Feet 1969 Lyman Utility
Upgraded and restored Lyman wood Utility boat with I/O drive. Close to new engine and outdrive. Rebuilt trim tabs. Custom built trailer delivered in 2005 with 6000 pound axel and electric brakes. A joy to use on the water.
-- Feet Canvas Canopy for Launch --
Being offered is a canopy from a small launch. It is fabricated by Tidewater Canvas in Easton, Maryland. The frame measures 54.5 inches wide, by 77 inches long by 76 inches wide. The support stanchions are 48 inches high. Inlcuded in this are the bases for the stanchions and you are ready to go. The canopy is free to someone who can use it for their boat.
17 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman
I have owned this 1955 17 Foot Sportsman since 2005 when I bought it from a Family member. The boat has a traditional bottom but is in great condition. I sprayed the boat with Smith's before I applied the bilge paint. I also converted the boat to a 12 Volt system and added a electronic Pertronix system so that moisture in the distributor would not be a problem. The kids are out of the house and we never seem to use the boat any more. All original...last on water 2016. Been in clean, covered storage. The boat will fire right up and run great.
14 Feet 1959 Larson Thunderhawk Jr.
This is a fully restored 1959 Larson Thunderhawk Jr with a fully restored 1960 Evinrude 75hp Outboard motor. The project began with a full fiberglass restoration to make the boat structurally like it was when it came off the assembly line in Little Falls, Minnesota in 1959. A few highlights include a new windshield fabricated to exact original specs, new custom upholstery, all new wiring with each electrical function fused for safety, new gunnel rub rail, and more. Great attention was given to making the restoration as near to authentic as possible. Therefore, the last phases of the restoration was done by Classic Larson restoration expert John Monahan of Little Falls, Minnesota and the results are stunning. An original Larson Thunderhawk Jr cover is included (excellent condition) with updated straps is included.
16'2" Feet 1947 Chris Craft Special Runabout
This is a beautifully restored Chris-Craft Special Runabout Rocket. Built in 1946 and professionally restored in 2000 with over $40,000 documented receipts at Macatawa Bay Boat Works, to the following specifications: • New bottom (5200 system) and most frames, new transom • New deck, floors, seats and upholstery • Hull and decks recoated in 2015 • Original Chrysler Ace 6, 90HP completely rebuilt • All hardware and original instruments re-chromed • All new wiring converted to 12v • New fuel tank and lines • New custom trailer and cover Water Lilly was stored until 2014, then used less than 50 hours, Water Lilly is a lovingly cared for wooden classic and previous winner at Hessel, Traverse City and Port Sanilac shows. We have many pictures for those who are genuinely interested and will consider any serious offers. Our asking price is $20,000
19' Feet 1951 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
This boat is all original and has had only 2 coats of varnish since new in 1951. It has been laid up in a garage since the mid 70's. It has complete original hardware and steering wheel, all in good condition. The engine runs, has good hot oil pressure and the tranny shifts properly. Side planks are very tight. Original trailer included that was sold new with the boat in 1951. Great restoration candidate
22 Feet 1968 Riva Ariston
The Riva Ariston represents the longest running model of their production, and Carlo Riva's favorite design. Ariston means "the best" and it was felt this model captured it all with its overall symmetry and dimensions. Only 1,012 of these units were made and there are very sought after today. This example is a 3-owner boat with a well documented history. Originally delivered to Switzerland and later purchased from Carlo Riva and imported into North America around 2000. She has always been used in fresh water and is a very original boat. Complete with original Riva accessories, immaculate original interior, gauges, etc. Only 463 original hours on the 327cid 220hp engine, which was removed, gone through, and detailed. Varnish work was also updated at this time. This is a very nice example that has been in a private collection for many years.
17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back
Restored 17 Barrel Back. Very clean boat that went through restoration in 2002. Multiple bottom planks were replaced at that time. The boat swells in one day according to the seller. The seller has owned this boat for over 40 years. The upholstery is very nice but not correct. Comes on a single axle trailer and a custom cover.
18 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera
Nice clean boat with no-soak bottom and rebuilt engine. Interior is not correct but it is very nice. The boat was last varnished in 2015. The boat was originally owned by Edward Scripps of Scripps paper company comes on a trailer with a custom cover.
26 Feet 1969 Lyman Sleeper
Hull number R-1408, this Lyman has had only three owners her whole life and has only ever been used in freshwater. Boat house-kept and marina maintained. The boat was thoroughly gone through in 2004 and all suspicious wood was replaced and repaired. The boat does not take long to soak up and has never had a problem leaking and stays dry. Many extras come with the boat including trim tabs, several life preservers, jackets for children, throw ring, paddle, ladder, rod rack, rod holders, bow anchor and windlass, spare anchor, sea anchor, dock bumpers, ship bell, horn, fir extinguisher, a dual ignition/battery start up, marine radio, depth finder, fish finder, and a port-o-potty. Also comes with four electric cannon down riggers, four trolling rods and live bait well. Also has original Lyman convertible top.
16 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Ensign
1947 was the final year of production for the Gar Wood Ensign model. This example is a full restoration project and most likely a pattern boat. All of the hardware and parts are believed to be there.
15' Feet 1947 Chris Craft
Someone sanded this boat down and was evidently going to varnish it. Is meant to be a Blue painted boat with a Rocket on the side.
20 Feet 2008 Raveau Outboard
Beautiful, American built, Classic wooden racing runabout. Like new in immaculate condition. Mahogany wooden hull w/Mercruiser outboard @ 225 hp with only 23 hours. Full cover. Trailer included. History of Raveau boats: Originally built in 1939 by Marcel Raveau in Long Island, NY. In 1957, 4 were built to test Mercury outboards for speed and performance 1959 to 1965 these boats were built in Sarasota, FL 1997 a 2nd generation of Raveau's, a new 16' V-bottom was launched At this time the second generation Raveaus, which are not reproductions, are built on a limited basis.
22 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Cadet
1930 Chris Craft 22' Cadet Triple. It has the upswept deck and is also Chris Crafts flagship boat on the front of their Legend of Chris Craft book. The wood needs work at the transom. It has a 5200 bottom and we just put it in the water and go, no need to swell it up first. The trailer is custom made, you won’t find one like it, made specifically for this boat it has LED lights including show and loading lights, a prop guard, break away tongue, torsion axle suspension with 4 wheel electric over hydraulic disk brakes. This is an incredibly nice boat.
28 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Enclosed Bridge
This is a twenty-eight foot Enclosed Bridge built in Algonac, Michigan, United States of America in 1939. It was sold to their dealer, Boulanger Yachts, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. Mr.McBride of Baie d’Urfe ,Quebec was the first purchaser in the summer of 1939. It had a 4 cylinder Hercules Marine Engine with a 2 to 1 reduction drive. The boat was used very little during the next 5 years due to World War II and gas rationing. In 1949 McBride sold the boat to a Mr. O’Connell who owned a hunting and fishing resort in the Laurentian area north of Montreal. the boat was used on an mountain lake to take guests fishing. In 1961 O’Connell sold the the resort less the boat. He had the boat shipped to his waterfront home in Ste.Genevieve, Quebec. The water being too shallow for the boat so he traded in on a Jet powered Runabout with Ste.Annes Marine Service, in Ste.Anne de Bellevue of which J.N. St.Aubin was the owner. In 1963 St.Aubin took personal possessions of the boat and moved it from Ste.Annes to Lake of Two Mountains and the Hudson Yacht Club. In the late 70’s the boat was returned to Ste.Annes Marine and the 100 H.P. Gray Marine engine was installed. Changes in the steering and engine controls making for a fly-bridgetype of yacht. Other changes in the main cabin were also done. A holding tank was installed. For only a few years was the boat winter stored at HYC. It was fitted for a four wheel wagon type trailer and from then on it was towed by Station Wagon to the St.Aubin’s home which was 2 Kms. from HYC for storage in a green house type of building which did not touch any part of the boat. This meant having the boat ‘s interior completely ventilated while in storage. The boat has been launched every year except one due to major hull and cabin repairs. The boat has had a professional Marine Survey done which it passed to qualify for insurance. I could mention the installation of the convertible top but that has nothing to do with the wood part of the boat.
18 Feet 1952 Century Sea Maid
This blonde beauty - one of only 47 produced - underwent a complete restoration in 2016. Most frames, keel, stem and partial chines replaced. Bottom is 5200 including new inner plywood and new outer planking. All parts sealed with CPES (penetrating epoxy). Planking bedded in 3M 5200 and held with silicon bronze screws. Outer planks sealed with CPES, epoxy barrier paint and bronze bottom paint. A few side planks were replaced. All other side planks were removed, cleaned up and re-installed with 5200 and new bronze screws. Deck is all new wood using African mahogany and the correct Avodire white mahogany. Deck and sides are sealed and varnished with 8-10 coats of varnish. Engine is a Chrysler six cylinder with twin carbs and is original to the boat. It was rebuilt by a professional machine shop. Carburetors and generator were rebuilt. Engine is 12 volt and is rated at 125 HP. Upholstery is red and white. It is new and is a kit from A and A Marine, made by the same people who made the original. All chrome parts were re-plated. Gauges were restored by Kocian Instruments. Wiring is new cloth wrapped wire. Gas tank is new aluminum from Rayco. Original Vita-Lite added.
22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Beautifully restored classic wooden "utility" boat, 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff. The boat has a teak hull and mahogany deck; all wood has been repaired or replaced as needed, and it has new paint inside and out. The hull is white and the deck is dark brown mahogany color. It has bench seating conducive to your choice in seat cushions. It has new windows, new deck, new battery, and carburetor, ignition switch, stern lights, bilge pump, and fuel filter. It also has a rebuilt distributor. The original, 131 HP, Chris Craft Hercules engine (built by Chrysler) Straight Six has been repainted and rewired and was recently tested. Restoration was completed between May and October, 2018. This classic boat is in like-new conditions and no one else will have one quite like this. It would work great for ocean cruising or big lake motoring, just in time for the summer boating season. It is currently shrink-wrapped and in marine storage near Whitmore Lake, Michigan. The boat comes with a restored 22' trailer, with brand-new tires and recently painted black.
20 Feet 2009 Glen L Riviera
A contemporary classic, this 2009 Glen L Riviera is built with a 3 layer epoxy bottom and double layer hull sides. Attractively finished with a 2-tone red mahogany and dark walnut color scheme. Only 83 hours of use since completion, powered by a modern 350cid Crusader engine. Beautiful custom woodworking on the interior, bucket seats and a rear bench seating arrangement. Nicely outfitted with LED courtesy lighting, custom cabinetry for life vest storage, removable stern ladder, and much more. A 1954 Chris Craft Riviera windshield gives the boat a classic look. This boat performs well and offers a classic styling with modern construction and reliability.
19 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback
Very rare, good condition, gently-used Chris-Craft Barrelback with a 5200 bottom (installed 2005), a reliable M engine, new transom, a few new planks, a new shaft, prop and coupling, and maroon upholstery. She is #7 out of 113 produced by Chris-Craft during the 1940 production year and was shipped to a Michigan dealer on August 22, 1939. She has been out on the water nearly every weekend on Central Florida lakes and makes no excuses for her 80 years. Owner is upgrading to a 25' Sportsman to accommodate grandchildren.
20 Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Special Sportsman
My father and I purchased this 20' 1954 Chris Craft Special Sportsman in 2017 with the intent of restoring it. The boat has its original bottom planking and the tops and sides show no evidence of damage or rot anywhere. She came with an MBL engine and we have every part minus the engine block as it was found to be damaged after purchase. All removed hardware has been bagged and tagged. One of the glass windshield panels is damaged and the seat cushions are missing. We had planned to install a 5200 bottom, but due to our growing family, the project is than we can commit to at this time. We have a packet of information from the Mariners Museum to include with the sale.
16 Feet 1970 Correct Craft Separator
This 1970 16' Correct Craft Separator is a beautiful all original boat. This boat is powered by 351 V8 Holman Moody Engine with a V drive and is ready to go
22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft 22 Sportsman
Very clean fully restored boat with 5200 no soak bottom. engine has been rebuilt and has low hours since rebuild. Comes with a custom mahogany engine box, cup holders and storage. This boat is exceptionally clean and is ready to go.
21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continenatal Gull Wing
Only produced for 1 year, the 1961 21 foot Chris Craft Gull Wing Hard Top Continental was a beautiful transition boat offering a combination of mahogany, anodized aluminum, fiberglass, and vinyl highlights. Only 96 of these boats were built. Luminescent green and gold interior. This example is completely original and preserved. Single family ownership for over 50 years. All original hardware, curved windshield, etc still present. Original bottom is in remarkable condition, hull sides are perfectly tight (has never been down to bare wood). An amazing survivor worthy of a concours restoration, or continue to enjoy it as-is!
17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
Fully restored with epoxy impregnated bottom and all original hardware. This boat is a multiple show winner, including best in class and show theme winner. The completely rebuilt KBL triple carb engine produces 131 HP. This boat is ready for you to have a piece of history.
16 Feet 1901 Electric Fan Tail Launch
This is a one of a kind Electric Launch built in Mallets Bay, Vermont. The boat is made of cedar and steam bent oak ribs. It has mahogany decking and the gunnels are quarter-sawn oak. The floor and benches are all mahogany. This boat has been exceptionally well kept for over 100 years and is now ready for a new custodian. The boat is being offered at a very fair price and will make a fantastic addition in your collection or at your dock.
16' 6" Feet 1962 Thompson Tomboy
1962 Thompson “Tom Boy” 16’ Wooden Classic Boat: This is a rare boat show model #477, serial #20919 with a 1960 Johnson 75HP outboard motor and a 1962 Gator trailer with power winch (1999) and spare tire. It comes with a canopy top and full canvas cover. It is 100% original (sides and bottom refinished), one-owner, never in salt water, stored full time indoors. Very good-excellant condition. This is a lapstrake hull design with a beam of 6’7”. It has a 2” by 41/2” solid oak keel with an oak 1” x 4” on each side to begin the laps. Each lap is screwed to the previous with brass screws every 2” apart on lower laps and 2 ½” toward the top laps. Trim and Deck is Mahogany. The boat features a curved glass windshield and is fitted with a custom convertible top. This boat was the first Thompson to use “Ride-guide” steering which is a single cable motor control. It has dual lever remote controls. The sides and bottom have been refinished. This boat was specially built by the Thompson Boat Co. as their 1962 show boat. It was used as a Christmas window display at the Kinn Marine in Oconomowoc, WI and at various area boat shows. It was purchased from Kinn Marine, April 1962 and stayed on Wisconsin lakes and rivers until the early 1990’s when it moved to Ocala, FL. At one time (in the 1990’s) it was part of the Sunnyland Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and traveled to inland Florida freshwater events. It has never been in salt water.
19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrelback
One of the most stunning prewar Chris Craft models and a leader of the Torpedo Fleet, the 1941 Custom Runabout featured the iconic barrel stern along with a one-year only bullnose bow and folding v-windshield. This example was comprehensively restored in 2011. New no-soak 5200 bottom and frames, rebuilt M-engine. Hullsides, decks, chrome, Kapok & leather interior, and gauges are all in excellent condition. 23 coats of varnish. Very little use since completed and stored in a climate controlled facility when not in use. Complete with cover and trailer.
15 Feet 1958 Kainer Flying Scott
In excellent condition with trailer. New battery, engine and boat completly rewired. New tires, new gas tank. Has a fiberglass Bimini top. Show stopper and very unique.
31 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Roamer
1962 31 foot Chriss Craft Roamer with two rebuilt 327 Chevy motors complete rebuilt in 2004. 350 heads and electronic ignitons, about 400 Horse power per motor. Rebuilt water pumps in 2015. Paragon transmssions & drive shafts, CPAC system to prevent corrosion Fire extinguisher system, Hull taken down to bare steel exterior in 2004 & painted with Emeron Epoxy paint. Interior is original from 1962 & in good shape with a head, sink, stove, & fridge. Canvis is in great shape boat is stored in a covered well. Original wind shield, took off hard top to make it a convertible, work done by Ault boat works in 2004. Lots of nice original wood top side. New tinted glass lower cabin, replaced in 2004. Top side seats and cushions professionally reupholstered in 2004. In side hull painted with Por 15 Paint System in 2004. All the of chrome was re done in 2004. Two 50 gallon gas tanks one 50 gallon fresh water tank with hot water heater. Mast and original flag pole are in great shape. Must see it while it's out of the water to view hull, in good shape scraped painted every year Fresh water boat has been put in the water every year since 2005. I have more photos and receipts of the restoration work if interested
16 Feet 1965 Thompson Sea Mate
Manufactured by Thompson Bros. of Peshtigo, WI, one of North America’s leading pleasure craft manufacturers for over 60 years. The Sea Mate model was a well-equipped outboard model suitable for cruising, water skiing, and excellent performance in all water conditions. With its deep and beamy hull, it offered an exceptional amount of cockpit space for its size. This model was offered with vinyl deck covering as well as an upgraded varnished mahogany deck finish. Constructed of marine fir plywood over steam bent white oak ribs, these boats were very strong and often survived many decades of use. Comprehensively restored, including new bottom garboard planking, replaced ribs where necessary, new mahogany decks, new floor and Nautolex flooring material, all new wiring, new glass, and a full strip and refinish. A period correct Mercury 650, 65hp outboard was located for the boat and restored to original condition. The interior upholstery is original and in nice shape. The original bimini top is also included, but not currently mounted. The boat also includes a rare option, pop-out windshields. A complete album of the restoration process is available!
30 Feet 1988 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Only 3 owners since new, all of which have been wooden boat enthusiasts. This Hacker Craft Triple has been very well kept and has less than 200 original hours of use. Current owner has has the boat since 2012 and it has been garage-kept when not in use. Complete with a cover and custom fitted tandem axle trailer.
22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Custom Triple Cockpit Runabout
Chris Craft built this enlarged version of the iconic barrelback between 1935 and 1939. Only 138 were made during this period and 1939 was the only year to offer the dual folding windshield configuration. She has only had 2 owners since new. Past show winner in Lake Tahoe, new bottom 3 years ago, new paint and varnish early winter 2018, only 75 hours on the Chrysler Marine 440. These 22 foot Custom Triples are exceptionally rare and this example is priced very fairly.
14 Feet 1956 Cadilliac Outboard
1956 Cadillac brand boat/totally restored/turn key Johnson 35hp electric start reconditioned/restored outboard super Quiet (made one year only). Flywheel pulled, new points/condenser/timed/fuel lines. New fuel pump, carb kit, impeller, battery, in battery box, clean fuel tanks with alum lock downs siting on wood grate. New wiring harness-chokes, starts, runs,stops as should, original controls, new control cables. Made in Cadillac Michigan, names after the city, GM sued, Cadillac boats won a $41,000 judge net against the car company, settlement documented and available. Michigan registration. period correct Tee Nee trailer with optional bubble fenders available.
25 Feet 1969 Lyman Sleeper
This Lyman Sleeper was purchased from original owner in 2003 and transported from Sandusky, OH to Cambridge, MD where she was completely refurbished down to the hull by a custom boat builder. She was kept in a wet slip (in-season) from 2011-2012 at a Marina in VA where she was used for less than 50 hours. She has been trailered since then and has sustained water damage to the port gunwhale. This is a great project boat for someone willing to put in the work or have her repaired to bring her back to her former glory. Willing to negotiate on price in order to find her a good home.
19 Feet 2009 Chris Craft 19' Barrel Back by Fish Brothers
This Fish Brothers CC Barrel Back won Best in Class at the 2019 Bay Harbor, Michigan Antique and Classic Boat Show in Charlevoix, Michigan. It was built by the Fish Brothers of Lake George, NY in 2009 to the original line drawings for the 1940 Chris Craft Custom Runabout Barrel Back 19, stretched slightly to 20’ in length. It received a complete varnish service and is in turnkey condition. As images show, great care was taken to be true to the original design with modern power, a modern bottom, and marine leather interior. It has very low hours.”
19 Feet 1999 Chris Craft 19' Barrel Back by Fish Brothers
Very clean Fish Brothers 19′ Barrel Back. This boat has very low hours. Comes with Blue Faced Gauges, and Buggatti Windshield. Engine is a MerCruiser 350 Mag MPI 300 HP. The boat comes on a single Axle Trailer with Brakes and a full cover.
18 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Cavalier
1966-18FT Custom Chris Craft Cavalier 100 built and only 12 with center console 327F Chevy 210HP motor Original factory tags Restoration done in 2017 New interior This boat is in excellent condition. A real show stopper.
18 Feet 1936 Dunphy Split Cockpit Runabout
1936-18Ft Dumphy 5200 bottom,new frames done in 2017. Chris Craft 6cyl.-85 hp motor 12 volt system Double cockpit Custom cover and trailer Used last summer 2018. Runs and looks great
19 Feet 1987 Master Craft Pro Star
1987 Master Craft Pro star. Features: New Tires, New Battery, Stereo Radio with CD player, 4 speaker sound system, Clock, 12 Volt outlet serves as a lighter and map light, Spare tire, Extra prop, Four blade prop currently on boat. I am the original owner, boat has been stored in a heated garage since new Interior in great shape for its age and I have a little extra material for minor seat repairs. A little over 400 hours on the boat.
10 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Swift
Current owner has owned this 1950 Penn Yan Swift center-steer outboard for over 10 years. The boat underwent a complete refurbishment of the hull and interior in 2015 and is a very solid boat. The owner has tried unsuccessfully to locate a period-correct motor. Manufacturer's tag on stern says "not to exceed 12 h.p." Owner has since moved on to other projects and has decided to sell.
22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet
This is an opportunity to purchase a classic boat at a modest price. This triple cockpit Chris Craft Cadet Runabout is right out of the roaring twenties. It sat for many years in a garage at Big Bear Lake in California and in 1985 was taken to Dana Point California. Restoration is required and it needs a new trailer.
14 Feet 1959 Richline Sea Fury
14' Richline Sea Fury Aluminum Outboard. Comes with new cover, Safety equipment,1966 Tee Nee Trailer with new hand winch and spare tire.
13 Feet 1956 Thompson Runabout
This boat was restored using the West System and was used for pleasure. It is now kept in a garage and used a few times a summer. One boat show a year and it is a head turner
25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility
This 25 Foot Chris Craft Sportsman is one of the most sought after models in the hobby today. It has been repowered with a big block V-8 440 engine which moves the boat along smartly. The upholstery nd flooring have recently been redone. The decks were stripped and refinished last year. Best of all it has a "no soak" bottom. Overall the boat has been very well maintained and is sound throughout. It is offered with a custom trailer with landing guides for easy loading. Chris Craft made very few of these and this boat is worthy of serious consideration.
20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Triple Cockpit Runabout
Chris Craft only built 291 model 100s between 1930 and 1931. With its upswept decks and triple cockpit design, it shared much of the same style with the company's larger models. This example went through a thorough restoration in the early 1990's and was repowered by a new Marine Power 350 engine at that time. Most recently, the boat has been varnished, new interior upholstery, new covering boats, fresh bottom paint, new Halon fire extinguisher system, and general maintenance completed. She is a good reliable user boat that is priced very fairly.
20 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility
This 1938 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility has had much of the heavy work completed. All of the woodwork was done roughly 25 years ago, then the boat went into dry storage. The bottom has been completely removed/refastened/rebedded, hull sides re-stacked, new decks, new engine box, new interior curved seat frames as original. This Deluxe model is equipped with the Gar Wood 5-gauge square cluster with center tachometer. A new gauge panel is included as well as all new reproduction gauge faces. All of the hardware appears to be present with the exception of the rubrails. The original Chrysler engine could be included, but it is seized and good for parts only.
16 Feet 1957 Century Resorter
This 1957 Century Resorter "Tournament Ski Master" with all its rigging is of a little different pedigree. It was designed and built for water ski exhibitions and recreational boat users. She features a rare optional spider-ski tow bar. It has a 135 hp rebuilt Gray Marine engine as opposed to the std 110 hp engine. 2010 complete engine rebuild, 2011 two fresh coats of Pettit Marine varnish, 2012 completely refurbished original Century trailer, 2013 re-caulked bottom and new Captain's copper bronze non-fouling paint. She has been out of the water for a few years, but still in very nice user-condition.
16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign
A project boat that needs to be put back together. I have owned the boat since 1994 and it has been in a garage under going a very slow rework since purchase. It is almost done but I can't finish it. Mechanicals are done, new cushions, new drive shaft, rebuilt carb. Electrical system updated with two six volt batteries to run the 6 volt original system plus a new bilge pump on 12 volts. Needs hull and bottom painting. Engine was gone through and started about 4 years ago. The mechanic that did the work is available to discuss.
22' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
What a bargain on this beautiful, original Sea Skiff number SK 22104! This boat was originally delivered to the George W. Mercer Shipyard in Clayton, New York, and spent most of her life in the area, lightly used and stored indoors. Since then, the vessel has been lovingly owned, used frequently, and professionally cared for each winter. Owners traded up to a 40’ and sadly must part with this cherished gem. All major work has been completed since 2015. The original Hercules K 95hp engine was completely rebuilt in 2015 by Van Ness Engineering, including new internals, rebuilt carb and fuel pump, rebuilt distributor with Pertronix electronic ignition conversion, rewound starter, rewound generator, all electronics converted to 12 volt for reliability and ease of use. Also in 2015 the craft received a new Rayco Marine custom aluminum fuel tank, new modern fuel lines, new Racor spin-on fuel filter and fuel/water separator, making for a complete overhaul of the mechanical, fuel, and electrical systems. In 2016, the boat’s beautiful decks were professionally stripped, stained, and varnished with 14 coats; all brightwork was sanded and varnished including the rare, factory-option ceiling boards; and the bottom was inspected, sanded, and repainted with copper bronze. Chrome accents were added to the functional windows at this time. A new, large Sunbrella convertible top was fitted, providing protection from the sun to the front seat and the extra-large engine box (an option from the factory and favorite second seating area), as well as protection from wind and rain with its zip-in front panel. In 2017, the notable blue topsides were professionally refinished and the original generator was replaced with a modern single-wire alternator kit for improved reliability. All finish work and winter maintenance performed by Wooden Boat Restoration, Millington, MD. Many original parts are still available including the original convertible top and frame and generator. This Sea Skiff is a crowd pleaser and turns heads wherever she goes. Her gleaming brightwork and chrome are not to be missed. She’s ready for another owner to care for and love her!
16 Feet 1960 Century Palamino
Boat was purchased as a 1957 Palomino but during refinish it was discovered as a 1960 Roan. Decking needs redone, no rot, all chrome is redone by courtesy plating, correct horsehead lift, side V and horsehead, original side steps with white Century inserts, new lighted stern pole and flag, bow pole and flag, new red/white interior, new custom cover, 1940s style split windshield. Used as electric so Elco 9.9 (as shown) is available if wanted. Great stainless. Boat ready for refinish to pink or as a Palomino. This is a project boat. A simple project but a project nonetheless. It needs to have the decking removed and reinstalled and the rest of the boat should be stripped and refinished. There is no rot and the bottom is solid. The bottom is original planking and has never been replaced. It is presently painted with copper antifouling paint and should be cleaned and repainted. The interior is new and is red and white and in excellent condition. The chrome pieces are all original and correct and worth over $ 2000. I have spent $ 11,000 on the boat thus far and am lowering the price to $ 4500 as I want to get the boat out of my friends barn. It is a beauty and cruises nicely on the water.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
This 18 Foot Chris Craft Riviera has been very well maintained and is powered by its original Chris Craft KBL (Chris Craft's high performance engine) which was completely rebuilt in 2017. It was built with a combination of a Philippine mahogany hull and a natural color deck with blonde king plank. The maroon vinyl upholstery is in excellent condition and is in keeping with the original color offered in the 1950's.
26 Feet 1929 Dodge Watercar Model 826
This is a fine example of a Dodge Boat Works Dodge Watercar 26 Foot Triple Cockpit Runabout. This model is indeed rare and hard to find especially in this condition. This boat has been fully restored by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boat Works in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The boat has had a new bottom and has been freshly varnished and refinished. The brass hardware has been professionally polished and has a clear urethan coating. It also has new fuel tanks, lines and filters , a new floor, new mooring cover and new upholstery. The boat is powered by a newly rebuilt Curtis OX-5 100 HP WW II Bi-plane engine which also has been rebuilt and offering strong performance.
19 Feet 1952 Century Viking
I came into possession of this boat in 1979 when I purchased my home on Lake Sunapee, NH. It was hanging in the boathouse and has been kept in the boathouse ever since. After my retirement in 1998 I refurbished the boat in the early 2000's. Among the things I did -- removed the engine -- turned the boat over -- stripped the hull finish and applied West System to the entire hull -- it now has minimal water leakage through the season. I also replaced the Gray Marine 40 HP engine with a new/old engine from Fay's Marine on Lake Winnipesaukee. The engine runs fine. I also had the upholstery redone and the hull is all refinished. I also worked a number of other issues -- wiring and steering among them. I have used the boat on Lake Sunapee for many years including participation in several antique boat parades.
31 Feet 2003 Hacker-Craft Sport
One of the most popular models of the Lake George produced boats are the "Sport" version. This model offers a walk through to an extended second cockpit which provides the boat owner with lots of room for entertaining and socializing while underway. The windshield is also unique as it is a lower profile offering a sleek look. Also with this model are the aft steps which allow for easy access to the water for entrance and egress. This model has received a restoration recently at the factory and is being offered now due to a lifestyle change by the seller. The boat has been very lightly sued with only 125 hours on the engine. The cream colored upholstery, chrome and finish are all in excellent condition and the boat requires only a new owner.
19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrelback
1941 Barrels are very rare and this was the only year offered with the split folding windshield and bullnose bow. This Barrelback was comprehensively restored and completed in 2000, used for a very short amount of time, then the owner passed away and it has been in storage since. In the Fall of 2017, it was pulled from storage, engine commissioned, fuel changed out, and put in the water. The custom Ryan trailer also went back to the factory for a full service, new tires, bearings, etc. Boat had a new bottom, rebuilt Chris Craft K (which we believe is original to the boat), factory spotlight, banjo steering wheel, and blue faced gauges. Interior is done in the correct color scheme and pattern. A very nicely restored boat that has seen almost no hours since completion.
22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet
This Chris Craft 22 Foot Cadet is one of the nicest in the Country. The seller has carefully cared for the boat and ensured that during his tutelage that the boat had the sides of the boat refinished every two years and the tope sides done every three years. The impeller on the boat has a regular rotation where it is replaced every other year. The boat also has a built in oil change system, the original stern pole with the original globe. It also has fresh water hose for running water through the engine. The boat has been in the Adirondacks for many years. This boat is priced comfortably given it's overall excellent condition and offered complete with a custom fitted Performance trailer with super low mileage as it is used only for storage. This is a great boat and a desirable model and a favorable price
18 Feet 1952 Century Resorter
This 1952 Century Resorter has been boathouse stored for 35 years. It is in the water currently and running. It runs great has a tight bottom and good varnish. The upholstery is original but the engine box upholstery should be replaced as it is in need of attention. The varnish is all in good condition, no popped plugs or planks. The linoleum should also be replaced. The bilges are clean and the fuel tank has been cleaned and the engine tuned up. A recent survey is available for those that are seriously interested in a Century at a great value.
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