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20 Feet 1928 Dodge Split Cockpit Runabout
This stunning beauty was "barned" for 30 years prior to my buying it two years ago. Featured in the Dodge Boats book.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge 25A Triple Cockpit
This Model 25A 1930 Triple Cockpit Dodge is one of only a few known to still exist. This example was completely restored including all new wood except for the stem and gripe which were preserved. An experienced owner restoration, with plywood interior sheathing on hullsides and bottom bedded with 3M 5200 and sealed with Smiths penetration epoxy sealer and completely replanked and bedded again with 5200. After remanufacturing the original Lycoming 165 it was determined that it was past the point of full restoration and turned into a showpiece. A brand new Marine Power 350ci fuel injected V8 was installed and has been an excellent dependable and powerful replacement of the Lycoming. All new upholstery was redone and matched by a concours upholsterer with new boxes and springs built. A custom dual axle trailer was purchased to complete the package. The boat was completed in 2017 and brought to Whitefish Lake ACBS show and Coeur D'Alene where is received "Skippers Choice" at both! The owners have moved across the country had a change in lifestyle and decided its time to pass this elegant piece of history on to new stewardship.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge 25A Triple Cockpit Runabout
1930 Dodge model 25A hull number 8. Believed to be the oldest in existence. Transom and bottom have been replaced, otherwise believed to have all original wood. The bottom is a no soak 5200 done by a professional shop that also installed a GM 350 block engine. The original Lycoming was running when taken out and has been stored in a safe environment along with all the conversion parts. Lycoming engine is available at a separate cost. All hardware was replated, new upholstery and a fresh coat of varnish in 2018. The boat has been stored on a lift over water inside an enclosed boat house since and lightly used. Comes with a tandem aluminum trailer. I have lots of history on the boat including correspondence from original owner in 1932 to the Dodge Boat Company. When the boat was reupholstered we found the original upholstery in place. This has been preserved and all skins have been saved for the Clayton Museum as a frame of reference. The new material matches the original in manufacturing style and color perfectly. Only known issues; prop is for the Lycoming not the 350. Stern Globe although period is not exactly correct but serviceable. As you'll see from the pictures she comes with a high quality dash panel and all the accessories as when she left the Newport News factory. This boat is an excellent piece of history and a great addition to any collection.
25 Feet 1930 Dodge Model 25A Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of only a handful of Dodge Model 25A Runbouts left in existence, and optioned with the larger Lycoming inline-8 165hp engine. The 25 foot triple offers an attractive deck layout, roomy cockpits, and dual windshields too protect passengers from wind and spray. The larger Lycoming engine recorded top speeds of 38mph, emphasizing Dodge's keenness for speed and progressive styling. This example was restored in the late 1980's and is now ready for a full cosmetic restoration once again. Minor woodwork required on the decks, hull planking and framework appears very sound. Chrome and interior should clean up well and new cockpit hidem is included to match. The 165hp Lycoming engine has been run and winterized. We believe this to be an easy restoration project that will yield a very desirable finished product.
16 Feet 1930 Dodge Runabout
The owner and her husband discovered this beautiful 16-foot Dodge runabout in a barn as newlyweds some 60 years ago. Within three years the hull was restored and the Gray Marine engine rebuilt. Lightly used, she remains in excellent condition and has been out of the water for four years. She comes with an easy-to-move single axle trailer. The boat is in great shape and is a rare example of Dodge's Marine Division.
20 Feet 1933 Dodge Special Utility
Recent restoration of a beautiful Dodge Utility. All Chrome rechromed, No rot whatsoever, All new stain all around and 10 coats of varnish. New Mooring Cover. New Aluminum Trailer. Barn Kept. Excellent Condition. Freshwater use only. 5200 Bottom in excellent condition.
17'6'' Feet 1936 Dodge Model 301
This boat was running in 1997 and was stored in an unheated garage until 2 years ago and has now been in proper storage. Engine has not been worked on, previous Owner stated that she ran great. Currently, the engine has been oiled and turns over. Previous Owner stated that everything is original with exception to the battery, generator and voltage regulator. Looks like a great boat for full restoration as no major issues are visible.
21.6 Feet 1936 Horace Dodge Utility Model 402
This boat was completely restored in 10 months. Honduras planking, white oak for the battens and Sitka spruce for the floor boards. The boat was originally from Clayton NY. The original motor was rebuilt. The hardware is all original.
21 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout
One of the rarest and most elegant examples of Horace Dodge's boatbuilding history - the model 21A features a sleek sheerline, dual folding v-windshields, Duesenberg steering wheel, and Cord shifter. Approximately 5 of these 21A models are known to exist today and this is one of two known to exist with its original Lycoming 125hp straight-8 engine! Purchased from a private collection where the boat had been stored for 40 years. Originally purchased and used in the Muskoka region of Ontario. She has recently gone through a comprehensive 4,000 hour restoration and is absolutely stunning!
26 Feet 1931 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today!
-- Feet 1925 Dodge Brothers Marine Engine
They don't get any rarer than this, a four cylinder marine engine made by the Dodge Bros. It is not known what boat this came out of but this is the same block that Dodge used in their 1926 cars and was adapted for marine use. The engine is intact but does not turn over. A truly unique engine that should be is someones collection.
19 Feet 1936 Dodge Double Cockpit Runabout
This pretty 19' Dodge runabout is a very original boat and has been well kept since restoration in the early 1990's. She has been used sparingly and shows very well. Brightwork, chrome, and upholstery all in nice condition. Gray Marine Phantom 225 powerplant is tidy and the original gauge cluster is still in place! This is a wonderful example of Horace Dodge's work and would be the perfect addition to a collector's fleet. A recent comprehensive marine survey is available for serious parties. Complete with a custom fitted cover.
19 Feet 1934 Dodge Model 110A
Last in the water in 1992. Motor was winterized before storage. This is a great running boat and rides as advertised. She was originally on Lake George, traded in on another boat, and was then stored for years at the dealer. When the dealer went out of business, the inventory of boats were sold at auction. The current owner purchased the boat in 1983-84. It was put in on the Great Sacandaga Lake in the town of Day, and was used every weekend and vacation for the next 5 or 6 years. In that time while trailering it to a show, a bottom board and the chine broke. All the chines were then replaced, a small section of keel and only the boards that were damaged on the bottom. The sub floor of the triple V bottom was replaced with 1/4" plywood west system, in place of the 1/4" mahogany. She was then used on Long Lake, NY for 2 years. The boat was then put away in a barn with wooded floors until 2007.
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