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16 Feet 1983 Gar Wood Speester Made by Wellington
Very clean Welling Gar Wood Speedster Replica. The boat has 40 Total hours on it since new. Seller is the second owner and bot owners were collectors and the boat mainly sat in those collections and got little use. Comes on a custom 2020 Searra trailer and cover.
18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
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!
16'4' Feet 1937 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
This barn find was brought back to life and beauty through a careful restoration, Sides, transom and decks were completely stripped, restained and finished with 12 coats of varnish. The bottom was removed and replaced using West System epoxy and is now a "no-soak" bottom. The engine was rebuilt. She sits on a solid trailer. Priced to sell at almost half the price of other boats of this model.
20 Feet 1935 Gar Wood Utility
This 1935 Gar Wood is said to be the eighth of 100 20' utility models built between 1935 and 1938. The boat features Philippine mahogany construction, an open cockpit design with offset seats, and a Chrysler Crown inline-six. First shipped by rail car to George N. Varney Company on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, it was brought to Lake Tahoe and named Whiskey in 1992. A restoration was carried out by Western Runabouts of Lake Tahoe in 1993, and the vessel reportedly earned best of show at the subsequent 21st Annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance. The V-type hull is made of mahogany and measures 20' long and 6' 8? wide. “Gar Wood” script can be found on both sides of the hull, and the boat’s name, Whiskey, is painted on the transom. Black rubber step pads are fitted on the dark-stained gunwales, and bright hardware includes the cutwater, rub rails, and quarter rails. Comes on a tandem axle trailer.
19 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Runabout
Fully restored show quality boat. It went through a professional bottom up restoration to include, 5200 bottom, full refinish, gauges, chrome, interior, flooring, wiring, gauges, gas tank and more were done during the restoration. Seller has a pictures trail of the entire restoration. Comes on a custom made tandem trailer that was built for the boat and has full cover.
28 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Model-40 Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 1929 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout has been beautifully restored and is in excellent overall condition. Originally owned by the Hollenbeck family of Lake George, NY and later owned by the Freihofer family of MA, she spent much of her life following restoration in a private collection in the 1000 Islands region of NY. Full no-soak West system bottom and hull sides. The Model-40 Runabout, referring to its original spec-speed of 40-42mph, was offered with both Scripps and Kermath engine options. This example has been repowered with a Chrysler 440cid which runs great and pushes the boat along nicely. The clock-faced gauge panel completes her dash. A total of only 61 Model-40 Runabouts were built in 1929 and this example is pristine and ready to go!
16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign
I purchased this classic boat in 2004 from a friend of mine who passed away. It is a 1946 16-foot Gar Wood utility boat with a Chrysler Ace 6-cycle "L" head engine and an EZ Loader trailer. Since I purchased the boat in 2004, I have put about $8,000 into repairs, restoration, and engine work. She has a traditional bottom that soaks up well. The engine was overhauled in 2012. The finish and upholstery are in excellent condition. The boat has not been in the water since 2014. She is stored in my heated garage and is in overall terrific condition.
38 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Raceboat "Miss America X"
Arguably the most prolific and significant raceboat and American history, "Miss America X", U-10, was the finale in Garfield Wood's dominance of the powerboat racing and world record setting career. Between 1920 and 1933, Gar Wood's boats won each Harmsworth Trophy Contest, the world's most recognized race and speed record setting event. "Miss America X" featured a quartet of highly tuned Packard V12 engines and was the first boat in history to achieve more than 2 miles per minute, topping out at 125.4 MPH in 1932. The craft defended the title once again in 1933 and was subsequently retired, but held the record well into the mid 1960's. The boat was acquired from the Wood family by William Harrah, American businessman and founder of Harrah Casinos in Las Vegas, later becoming Caesar's Palace. She was purchase from the Harrah estate and has been under single ownership for many decades, being offered on the market for the first time. Following a series of boat show and regatta appearances in the 1980's, "Miss America X" was comprehensively restored by Mayea Boatworks in the mid 1990's and has been on permanent display since this time.
33 Feet 1996 Gar Wood Baby Gar Race Boat
This boat is a replica of Gar Wood's Race Boat from 1925- Baby Gar IV. The original boat was famous for racing against the Twentieth Century Limited Train from Albany to New York City. It was built in Brant Lake New York using modern construction methods including an epoxy bottom and cold molded planking with oak frames. This boat is powered with a Liberty Vimalert V-12 engine with 1650 Cu. In with a Capital transmission and is very similar to what powered the original Baby Gar's. This infamous design was the result of a collaboration of Chris Smith and Gar Wood who worked togther on the design of these racing boats at that time and Baby Gar IV was the last one built durng their time together.
22 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Runabout
Model 22-30 Runabout from first production year. This is the 14th built according to sources and the 3rd oldest known to exist. She was sold new by Fitzgerald & Lee of Alexandria Bay, NY. She was comprehensively restored on the west coast by one of the best in the business. Ready for evening cocktail cruises, or take it on the ACBS show circuit; this is one of the finest 22 footers we have seen. New West System no-soak bottom, new sides, new decks, engine entirely rebuilt from the crankshaft out, converted to 12V for easy starting. Complete with full cover and custom fitted trailer.
19 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Runabout
Acquired in 1987 and used on Lake Washington. The boat has all original hardware and original Fireball 6-150 engine. The engine was completely restored in 2000. An original 1936 6-125 Fireball with 6-150 pistons rebuilt by Grey in 80s or 90s with updated transmission: Spare engine. Restoration done in 90s with new bottom, inner single piece plywood, frames, intermediates, cocktail glass supports, keel and planking replaced. Original transom framing and planking replaced. The boat went to Coeur d’Alene in 2001 at national. It won first in class during 2011 Concurs de Elegance at Carillon Point show. Gar Wood personally delivered the boat to the first owner in NY. Several parts, original seat backs and ceilings go with the boat for providence. Photos and documentation available. The boat is level riding at 42 mph and has never been in salt water.
16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
90% of the work has been done on this boat. All it needs is someone to do the finish work. The boat has a new 5200 bottom built to be shown. The sides and decks have been skinned in 5200 to prevent movement. The engine has been fully rebuilt. The chrome has been done, the seller has new leather for the interior and has all the seat frames, hardware and all else the comes with the boat. All work has been professionally done. The boat just needs to be finished. The seller is selling because of health reasons.
22 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of only eight model 22-35 Triple Cockpit Runabouts built in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. Replaced, no-soak bottom, excellent topsides, nice chrome and interior. Originally powered by a 125hp Chrysler Imperial 6cyl engine. Currently powered by a similar-era Chrysler 6cyl. This boat was built in 1931, but was not sold and delivered until 1934. She was titled and subsequently registered as a 1934 model. Awarded "Best Gar Wood" at Skaneateles 2018.
25'6 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Custom Runabout
Only 2 of these 25'6 Triple Cockpit Custom Runabouts were built in 1941 making it an exceptionally rare boat. 1937-1941 marked Gar Wood's true "design perfection", building some of the most beautiful boats in production and setting a standard for all other competitors. With heavily crowned decks, rounded covering boards, and pronounced bow flare, the 1941 models are unmistakable. This example has been meticulously restored and is powered by a Scripps V-12 engine; one of the most expensive marine engines of the time. This "trophy fleet" model is ready to be enjoyed by a discerning collector.
Chrysler / Gar Wood Engine only
This engine was originally in a 19' Foot twin cockpit Gar Wood hull #4272. The engine is incomplete and was purchased in the 50's. It is a total basket case and comes with the original gear box.
28 Feet 1992 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Single-owner, beautiful example of the popular 28 foot triple cockpit runabout. Based on the classic 1940s Gar Wood designs, this boat is ready to be enjoyed by a new family. Excellent condition all around with low engine hours, two new impellers, new belts, an 80 gallon gas tank, and lots of power waiting to push her up on plane.
26 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Cruiser
A rare and unique 26 Foot Gar Wood Custom Cruiser built in 1936. This model one of only 34 made and was number 32 of 34 in the series. The boat was originally delivered to Cleveland, Ohio in 1936. New lumber bottom to top with a West System bottom, all new wiring. A bow thruster assist the driver in docking. It has had several fresh coats of varnish recently and has a rebuilt Chevy engine offering 200HP. It is a solid 28 MPH boat.
16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign
Here is a very rare and desirable Gar Wood in extremely nice condition.....in the water last season and ready to go....very fast with the Chrysler 6 cylinder engine!
28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Purchased from the original owner in Louisville, KY in 1998. Engine and boat was completely refastened and restored from 1998 through to 2001. New varnish applied in 2012. Bottom is excellent and water tight. Restoration by the best, engine done by George Shinn, balanced and blue printed. All original hardware, instrumentation, engine, seat springs, seat frames, bow and stern poles, running lights and lenses. Marine seat leather dyed to original color specification of the boat. All wood framing has matching serial numbers. Engine has added steering wheel choke. Boat is in overall excellent condition and was in the water in summer of 2015.
22 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
This rare Gar Wood 22 Foot Triple Cockpit Runabout has been in the Family since 1989. The boat has not been in the water since 2010 and was lightly used prior to that time. It has been a boat show winner previously and is very original.
33 Feet 1942 Gar Wood Four Cockpit Runabout
This boat is a radio Controlled Target boat. It was a special Gar Wood concept which the Army found to be vital for training gunnery personnel on rapidly moving targets. Gar Wood was given an Army contract to provide a total of 29 of these boats in 1942 and all were powered by a single engine Kermath. This is Hull# 4 bearing the Gar Wood Number 6768, U.S. Army Target Boat (JR-4) delivered on August 18th of 1942. This original 33 foot 6 inch, 4-cockpit Gar Wood is now ready for final restoration. The bottom of this boat has been re-done and now has a West system bottom with new ribs and frames. All the hard work has been done.Very rare find and with only a few ever built! Powered by a V-12 Kermath engine, complete with an additional parts motor.
25 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Custom Runabout
This is # 19 of 27, 25ft Gar Woods ever built by Gar Wood, Hull # 6110. She was originally delivered to Alexandria Bay on the St Lawrence River and came to me through the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY. She was completely restored in 1999 by Dave Wright and won Best of Show at Tahoe's Concourse de Elegance. Fresh varnish was put on in 2013. The original Chrysler Majestic straight 8 engine is available. She rides better than a 22' and handles better than a 28'. She is a perfect show and user boat.
16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
Originally displayed in the Gar Wood display at the 1936 New York Boat Show. Was then owned by A prominent Marine engine dealer in Boston. Boat has a new 5200 no soak bottom put on by Katz's Marina less than a year ago and has only been in the water once since. Had refresher coats of varnish. The decks have been replaced but the hull sides are original. Engine is a Chrysler Crown in-line 6. Has a new fuel pump, carb rebuilt, new prop shaft installed. Stuffing box rebuilt. Starts with push of the button. Runs beautiful. Comes with fenders, dock lines, and a waterline cover. Was a winner at Clayton in 2002. has a number of other regional awards. Trailer is a 2002 Quickload it was completely rebuilt. All new bearings springs were gone over, new wheels and tires. Completely ready to go. Moving and I can't take it with me. Open to offers.
22 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Utility
This Gar Wood was uncovered by her current owner in a state of disrepair and was subsequently restored to her former glory. With a full and complete restoration done by a well respected restorer over 90% of the wood in this boat is new. The numbers matching engine has been completely rebuilt. The boat also had fresh varnish applied in 2012. In 2013 the boat won many awards including Best in Show. The boat performs flawlessly and is offered with a full waterline cover as well as a custom built Quickload aluminum trailer.
26 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Overnighter
Hull #7131 #8 out of 9 Built. Originally delivered to to Wawassee Boat Co. Syracuse, ID. A very rare boat according to Gar Wood history!
19 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Twin Cockpit Runabout
This Gar Wood Twin Cockpit Runabout was built in 1940 and has been in the same family since 1965. The Chrysler Crown was replaced by a modern power Pontiac 389. The boat has the original sides and decks. The interior was re-done in 2011. The bottom is traditional with regular maintenance done through the years. The boat has been confirmed by Tony Mollica of the Gar Wood Society as Hull # 6566 which is number 85 out of only 122 ever made.The owner is no longer using it and is now ready to have the boat move on to a new owner.
28 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Triple cockpit with Scripps 202 6cyl 678ci 200hp engine. Original gauges. Was bought in the 1000 Islands region of NY two years ago. Hull #293170
28 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Baby Gar
1929 Baby Gar 28 ft.(my favorite boat out of the 4 I purchased). Includes mostly complete original numbers matching Chrysler Imperial 6cyl 106hp engine. This is an unmolested very original boat down to the remnants of original upholstery. I have grand plans for this one. It is one with the "Black Beauty" option from the factory with black painted sides and red bottom. It is a striking combination when done properly.
25 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Here is a very rare 1937 (sold as a 1938) Gar Wood Triple...originaly owned by the founder of O'Bexer Boat Yard of Lake Tahoe, Jake O'Bexer. Hull #6189 of only 24 ever built. The boat has been rewooded by Dave Lobb and ready to have the finishing completed. Included are the gauge cluster recently restored by Clausen, all hardware remade by Al Shinner including all flagpoles, steering wheel, lights & etc. Also there is the prop shaft, prop & rudder. Missing are steering column, cutwater, interior & engine. There is no trailer.
26 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Deluxe Cruiser
This is a very rare Gar Wood cruiser that has had only one owner since new! This boat has been in the same family and on the same lake in Oklahoma since its delivery in 1938. in the water and has been well cared for all of its life. All documentation and history comes with this boat included the original bill of sale and telegram from Gar Wood. Gar Wood only made THREE of these and only one other of this model is known to exist on Lake Tahoe. The original Chrysler motor was in service until 15 years ago and was replaced with a similar, rebuilt engine.
28 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
Boat is registered with the Gar Wood society. Number 209 of 305. Boathouse stored and ready to use. The boat has been repowered and is quick and reliable.
29 Feet 1928 Gar Wood Torpedo Double Cockpit
The owner of this boat claims that it was made and built by Gar Wood for a Mr. Bartow and originally delivered to Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Boat has been partially restored but requires work to complete the project. This is a very unique boat and very rare. This boat looks very similar to "Chloe" and has lines that remind you a Hacker design or Dee Wite. Boat has a double step bottom and has reported to run at speeds up to 70 MPH.
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