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18' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday
For Sale 1955, 18ft Chris Craft Holiday H-18-091. The boat was renovated in 2015 (2011-2015). Damaged ribs were replaced with White Oak, and hull with Mahogany. The motor was replaced with a 260 HP MerCruiser, new transmission and drive shaft. The instruments have been replaced to fit the new engine. Extras include the original gear driven tachometer and oil gage. Deck hardware is all original. The bottom is a swell bottom (boat needs to sit in water for the wood to swell). The boat has been in the water being used on the Congamond Lakes for the last 5 years.
22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Hardtop Utility
Completely restored with new 5200 bottom done by Resort Boat Shop in Coure D'laene Idaho. New custom built trailer, custom waterline cover. She has been repowered with a Gray Marine Fireball 140 which pushes the boat along nicely.
18 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman Deluxe
Purchased from and restored by the Mertaugh family in Hessel Michigan in 1991. Garage kept since by the same owner and still in near show condition. No soak laminated bottom, 12 volt electrical system, rebuilt carb and new fuel tank and lines. Beautiful varnish and custom trailer.
19 Feet 1968 Century Resorter
In 1968 Century Boat Co. built a total of twelve 19' Resorters out of wood. This is hull #12. It was the last one built before the change over to fiber glass in 1969. In 2020, the bottom was professionally replaced with a new 5200 bottom. A fully rebuilt Chryler 426 big block was installed... as well as a new A & A interior in the correct factory colors.The tandem trailer fits the boat and is in excellent condition, too. The boat is priced well below the owner's restoration costs... so, give this one a good look. It's a bargain! Put it in the water... and, go for a boat-ride.
30 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
The current owner purchased the boat in 2008. The previous owner did an extensive restoration on the boat in 2005 including repowering. The previous owner replaced the vinyl deck with wood during their restoration. In 2013 the current owner had the deck restored back to its original state using Burch Fabric’s Persuasion TPE -009 Chiffon high performance vinyl. Cost of the restoration was $16,900. In 2016 the deck hatches were rebuilt and the prop shafts replaced. Cost of the work was $8,900. Invoices for the work will be available at the appropriate time. From 2008 until 2021 the boat was in the water only 8 years. It was out 2013 and 2016 for the above work. 2018 was the last year that it was in the water. It has been in storage at Tassier Boat Works since 2018. The engines are 2 x 283s @ 185 hp. The previous owner represented that there was 100 hours on the engines at the time that the current owner bought it in 2008. The current owner had it in the water 9 years from 2008 until 2021. Each year of use was approximately 20 hours. Therefore, the approximate hours on the engines are 280-300 hours. The boat and engines were professionally commissioned and decommissioned during each year of use by Tassier boat works.
19’ Feet 1974 Chris Craft XK-19
She was restored in 2006 - new everything. The motor was freshened up in 2019 along with the OMC outdrive unit. Trailer was built for her in 2007. When the engine was rebuilt, the 7-fin LT-1 valve covers were misplaced.
19 ft Feet 1940 Chris-Craft Barrel Back
1940 19ft Chris-Craft Custom Barrel Back project condition needs complete restoration,this boat has been stored indoors for the past 35 years,Chris-Craft M 130 hp engine,all deck hardware original and included,seats are missing,Florida vessel title and registration,Very rare boat the Barrel Back is one of the most sought after of all Chris-Craft Antique Boats.
17 Feet 1949 Chris-Craft Special Runabout
Began her days on the Oneida Lake near Syracuse, NY. In later years she spent most of her time on the St. Lawrence River in Alexandria Bay. Her original owner summered on Ina Island, one of the 1000 Islands. He passed away several years ago, and we purchased "Poppy" from his son , and enjoyed her from #9 Island, also in Alexandria Bay. We are getting ready to retire, and unfortunately our children are not interested in a wooden boat. There loss, since there's nothing like the smooth ride of one!!! She is in excellent condition overall with a rebuilt engine Model K engine. Just add water!
22 Feet 1927 Chris-Craft Cadet
Chris-Craft built a total of 1,038 22-foot runabouts between the years of 1927 and 1931. The 1927 model is known as the "Cadet" and this example bears hull #1033, making her the 33rd Cadet built in 1927. She was one of the only Cadet models built with a Scripps engine originally making her uniquely-optioned. The "Virginia Belle" has been repowered with a 95hp Chris-Craft Model-K and was part of the Chris-Craft Maritime Museum's collection on display for several years. She is a well-preserved example in excellent condition. Her traditional bottom is caulked and swells up nicely with about 3-4 inches of water for 4 days along the keel before launching. Once swelled up she's solid and ready to go. Our family loved Virginia Belle for 3 years - so many great cocktail cruises aboard this sweet boat. We have upgraded to a larger 24-foot Hutchinson for bigger water. A tandem-axle bunk trailer is also included in the sale.
18 Feet 1953 Lyman
Major Restoration Work Recently Completed: 11 new hull planks. All new ribs stem to stem (steam bent white oak). Replaced section of keel from knee to amidship (white oak). Completely new mahogany transom. New mahogany plywood deck. New white oak rub rails. New mahogany windshield w/safety glass. All hardware totally rechromed. Engine, transmission, driveshaft, strut/cutless bearings all totally rebuilt. Dripless shaft log installed. New Custom Fuel Tank installed. All new gauges and converted to 12 volt system. AGM battery. New hull paint w/copper bronze bottom paint. All new Custom Upholstery. Many coats of varnish. Lyman is pristine throughout. The Lyman has a Professional Marine Survey for $25,000. (insurance)
33 feet Feet 1978 Carver Mariner
33’ CARVER Mariner 1978 - Original Owners. Freshwater vessel. Stored indoors and heated winters. Recent improvements include addition of new electronic ignition to the twin Crusader 270hp engines. Air conditioner with reverse heat. Kohler 7.5kw generator. The Carver 33' Mariner provides a significant interior space. It has ample room in the main salon and dinette area for a large family with their guest and is able to sleep five owners and guests. This spacious vessel has a full galley just off of the salon. The forward state room easily accommodates two adults with its own private entrance to the head and enclosed shower on board. Access to the fully enclosed fly bridge is available through either the main cabin or from the aft cockpit. The fly bridge includes expansive seating that can be converted to a full-size sun mattress.
22 Feet 1954 Shepherd Runabout
Shepherd boats are well-known for their strong construction and dry ride in rough conditions. This 22 footer has been under single ownership for 30 years and went through a comprehensive restoration by Butson Boats in the 1990's, which included a bottom replacement, full refinish, and a custom interior. She has been in indoor storage for the last few years and her varnish, chrome, upholstery, etc are still in very nice condition. Equipped with the quintessential Shepherd dual spotlights on the curved windshield. Well-powered with a Chrysler Crown, dual-carburetor M47S engine with a 12V system. A nice older restoration that has been well-kept!
23' Feet 1988 Sea Ox Cuddy Sport Fish
Once used by USCG and US Fish and Wildlife, Sea Ox Boats are known to heavy and well built! Second owner vessel with very low overall hours and a new 4.3 Vortec engine installed with closed cooling system in 2000, w/376 hours. Owned and maintained by accomplished Boat/Porsche mechanic. Trim tabs, cabin heater, live wells, full eeisen glass cockpit helm, rebuilt Alpha One outdrive. Very light on fuel consumption. 24 knots at 2800 rpm's on plane cruising. All winters indoor storage. Newer tires and brakes on trailer.
25' Feet 1966 Lyman Sleeper
This boat underwent a thorough restoration including bottom, transom, decks. All work was done by St. Lawrence Restoration. 2019-2020. Newer model Crusader with low hours provides excellent power. Upholstery, and Chrome have also been done. This is a stunning 25' Lyman. Reasonably priced considering the immense amount of work that has been done. Boat was in the water in July 2021, Runs strong.
24 Feet 1940 Lyman Mahogany-Sided Sedan
Lyman Boat Works constructed only five of the 24-foot sedan model in 1940; "Sea ‘N Isle" is the only survivor. She is also unique in that she has never been painted. "Sea ‘N Isle" has been on the St. Lawrence for over 80 years and has functioned as both a mailboat and fishing guideboat during her life. Purchased by the current owner in 1990, "Sea ‘N Isle" then underwent a 2-year restoration project including rebuilding both engines and transmissions. Over the years, she participated in several Antique Boat Museum-sponsored excursions, including one to Quebec City. She was also a poster-boat for the 2015 Clayton Antique Boat Show and won the Best Lyman in Show award at the 2010 show. She is a rare boat in overall very good condition but needs cosmetic work on her bottom and touch-up to her varnish.
24 Feet 1949 Grew Admiral Utility
"M'Lora" is a 1949 Grew Admiral built in Penetanguishene, Ontario, the second largest of the fleet of Grew boats built for recreation and cruising. Grew boats were well-built for rough water conditions and were Canada's answer to Lyman boats. She is true Utility in that you can walk around the engine box freely. The boat is very roomy and spacious and was built for heavy water in Georgian Bay and surrounding areas. She was purchased by her current owners in 1982 and restored over a period of 3 years for her first launching in 1986. She has taken many ACBS awards over the years and has been regularly maintained and used each year. She is complete with much documentation and has been well maintained. Her finished are in good condition currently and just in need of bottom paint at this time.
18’ 2” Feet 2009 Custom
I am looking to sell my 2009 custom-built Glen-L design, open cockpit, mid-engine runabout in pristine condition. The boat was built by my grandfather. It is one of a kind. Never stored outdoors or uncovered. It is a Hard chine “V” hull, marine-grade mahogany plywood/epoxy on frame construction. All Stainless steel and brass hardware only. Length: ??18’-2” Beam: ???7’-1” 1800 lbs (approx.) The boat is powered by a 1965-68, single Ford 210, 289 ci, 8 cyl, gas inboard, raw water cooled, ???through a “Velvet Drive” model ASI-70C, 1:1 ratio transmission 2013 vessel valuation (by certified Marine Surveyor): $25,000 I have the full marine survey, certification and estimated value available for review by interested buyers. As stated above, this boat is one of a kind and a piece of art, so an accurate value is virtually impossible. I am asking 20, 000 CAD for the boat, it is located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The boat also comes with a matching single 3500lb axle trailer and cover. No reasonable offer refused Please reply to this ad, call or text
24 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Sportsman
This is a beautiful example of the 24' Sportsman. Hull Sides and Decks were completely refinished in 2019 with no less than 12 coats of varnish. Chrome and Upholstery were re done. Bottom was painted. Bottom is original but is very good and swells up in no time. This is a reliable and very seaworthy boat. Has a boat cover but needs to have snaps added to the hull. Has a bimini top but needs the hardware added to the boat. Crusader 220 was installed about 10 years ago and has 457 original hours. Price Reduced!!!!
25 Feet 1987 Grady White Sailfish
This 25ft Grady is in fine condition. She received a new transom and new fuel tanks. The 200hp Mercury outboards run great and have received many hours of maintenance and service. A perfect fishing boat by a reputable builder, this classic Grady will serve its next owner well.
19 Feet 1966 Century Resorter
This is a great opportunity to own a rare classic. Century built only 41 of these in 1966. It was purchased from Links Landing at the Lake of the Ozarks and I believe I'm the 2nd owner. It was definitely well cared for. The 66 Resorter came with a sliding top which can cover the drivers area, or can be slid back to cover the engine area. (see pictures)The engine is the legendary Buick 401 Nailhead which was chosen by the US Airforce to be the starter engine for the SR-71 super sonic spy plane. The hull/bottom is in excellent condition and looks to be all original. The interior is in good condition. I would give it a 8.5 out of 10. This boat is a true head turner. It also comes with a tandem axle trailer.
18 Feet 1960 Lyman
Complete rebuild. Over 450 hours of labor new transom stem keel planking windshield decks and gunnels complete strip and refinish to show condition
18 Feet 1993 Packard Gentleman's Racer
One of only three “Gentleman's Racers” commissioned by the Packard Boat Company to be hand built by upstate NY boat builder John Ford as well as Gary Scherb of Old Time Boats in Florida. The three boats were personally ordered by Bud Finkl, president of the Packard Boat Company and are based off of lengthened plans of the Hacker Speedster 16'. Of the three boats built, this was the president's own personal boat that he kept from new until his passing. This boat is powered by a Chevrolet V6 by specially built by Flagship Marine Engines in Punta Gorda, Florida. The transmission is said to be have been built by the Chevrolet Corvette racing team and was told the running gear was $30,000 the time. Boat is capable of speeds of 55-60 mph and uses hydraulic steering for easy controls. Wood is Honduras mahogany and coated with epoxy sealer with 12-14 coats of varnish and has a beautiful, deep finish. Packard Boat Company of Sarasota, Florida designed and custom built retro-styled powerboats from 1988 to 2002 in very limited numbers and were known for their very high quality and great handling based off of 1920's-30's designs. The Packard Boat Company President, Bud Finkl was a retired engineer, boat racer and a 3rd generation steel worker and his family originally made parts for the Packard Automobile and Boat engines. Per Boats.com “For Bud Finkl, the president and CEO of Packard Boats, classic "gentlemen's runabouts" are something he remembers from his childhood not only because his family had several, but because his father's General Marine Corp. built more than 2000 mahogany runabouts between 1939 and WWII.” Bud Finkl wanted an all wood racer of his youth resulting in this specially commissioned boat with a “2 person seated pilot area in the rear with a forward 2 passenger seat just forward of the midships.” Titled a “1918 Packard,” it was completed in 1993. Bud Finkl showed this boat from NY to Florida and the family said it was only used in fresh water, which is evident by it's excellent condition. After Bud's death, the family kept the boat in their collection for another 13 years. Seller acquired directly from the Finkl's family. Boat measures at 18' with a beam of 5', the boat has always been garage kept and never used in salt. The second sister boat, “Pub Decisions” is in Oklahoma while the third boats whereabouts are unknown. Boat includes photos of Bud Finkl personally driving this boat. Call for more photos, with questions or to arrange an inspection.
15'6" Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Beautifully maintained Deluxe Runabout with a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. The boat has been fully restored and has all the original chrome pieces. We bought the boat over 25 years ago as a "show boat" to take to various events around the Northeast. Hence, it was used very little during our ownership but we always maintained it in top shape. It was in running smoothly two years ago when it went to storage. It has always been stored in a closed facility. Original Chris-Craft specification papers are available.
19"6" Feet 1968 Gulfstream Bahama
Original owner with all original documentation. Garage kept from day one. Like new condition. Removable hardtop, only used in fresh water. Boat is ready for a new season! Needs nothing but a new owner.
24 Feet 1911 Mullins Leader Launch
This early Mullins has a wonderful history and has been under single-ownership for over 40 years! A unique and innovative builder, Mullins was, at one time, America's largest production boat builder. The Mullins Steel Co. built a variety of row boats, duck boats, canoes, launches, outboards, and runabouts. This is one of the oldest known Mullins boats to exist and also the only 24' Leader Launch documented. She was purchased from the original family in 1980 and is extensively documented with the original sales invoice from 1911 as well as photos of her original owners aboard the boat circa 1912. R&H has gone through 2 restorations over the years and has been kept in excellent condition. She is also complete with all original hardware and accessory Kerosene lanterns that were used as navigation lights. Used and shown regularly, she is a favorite along the ACBS show circuit!
16 Feet 1961 Raveau Bomb Outboard
This Raveau was restored in 1996 by original builder Bob Walwork and I purchased it in 2000. Boat and motor always stored indoors, both boat and motor are in perfect condition.
16 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft Rocket
This model is also known in the Chris-Craft record books as a “Special Runabout.” The boat was bought in northern Michigan in the summer of 2016 and was in need of restoration. A complete restoration was conducted over the next three years from 2017-2019. This Rocket is wearing its atomic blue hull paint replicated from the original color. Due to the wood shortages following WWII, as well as the increase in demand of power boats in order for Chris Craft to fill orders, some boats were made from white cedar not mahogany. This model being the only Chris Craft boat made completely out of white cedar, varnishing does not have a similar appearance to mahogany. Leaving a few examples of this model to be painted in the only paint available in the Chris Craft Factory, “atomic blue,” or Chris Craft engine paint. Estimated to be one of 40 hulls originally painted in this color “atomic blue.” This Chris Craft is currently in heated winter storage and available for viewing and testing (weather permitting). Restoration details include: ~New Keel, Port Stringer, Frames 2017-2018 ~Refastened Chines ~Refastened Hull Sides ~New “No Soak” 5200 Bottom ~New Rayco Fuel Tank ~Painted Hull and Deck in Period Correct Chris Craft Blue ~Chrome Replated ~Stainless Trim Polished ~New Upholstery ~New Windshield Glass ~Complete Rewire Rebuilt 1947 Chrysler Ace Marine Engine 92hp 2020 -Estimated 25 hrs. on rebuild -Bored .030 over -New Pistons -Rebuilt Transmission -Rebuilt Carburetor -Rebuilt Fuel Pump -New points, plugs, condenser and coil -New Battery Multiple Les Cheneaux Islands Boat Show Award Winner/ Ready to Show More information available upon request. Located in Dayton Ohio
17ft Feet 1938 Chris-Craft 801 Deluxe Utility
Complete correct restoration completed in 2018. New “5200” (actually Sikaflex) bottom. B engine entirely rebuilt. Hundreds of photos of restoration, complete documentation included. Custom cover to waterline. New trailer. Drawings, complete documentation of restoration, including hard-back book with photos. Has won several awards.
17 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Sportsman
One of Chris-Craft's most popular models, more than 2,500 of the 17-foot Sportsman hulls were built between 1953 and 1959. This one was restored in 2010 ($42,840.86 invoice amount), including engine rebuild and a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. Instruments were rebuilt and 90% of hardware re-chromed. It is in perfect running condition and sounds great, just as it should.
28 Feet 1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Powerboat
1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Power Boat. Same owner since 1982! She has been meticulously kept and features new paint and upholstery, new motors, TRS drives, rebuilt trim pumps, rebuilt and painted trailer w/twin storage boxes. The motors are twin 400cid Chevy small blocks with ported & polished heads, Carrilo rods, solid lifter cams, roller rockers, all balanced and blueprinted. Only 2 hours of run time since the work has been completed. This is a great price for a well-equipped package!
26 Feet 1970 Watson Lewis 7L Grand Prix Hydroplane
7 Liter Watson-Lewis Grand Prix Hydroplane, originally named and campaigned as "Miss Purolator", sponsored by Purolator Corp. 470cid full race engine built by Dave Nagel of Alexandria Bay, NY - 0 hours run time, roller cam, LS6 rods, 12:1 compression ratio. Custom built tilt trailer with integrated fuel tank.
30 ft Feet 1964 Chris-Craft Constellation
This is a beautiful boat, in very original condition. We purchased her from the 2nd owner in Buffalo N.Y. in 2005. All mechanical maintenance has been performed by myself with some assistance from the senior technician at our marina. I have performed all of the cosmetic maintenance myself. I have just completed scraping the entire bottom of the boat down to bare wood in preparation for new calk and bottom paint.Painting and varnish work topside will follow. In 2010 the starboard engine was removed and completely rebuilt professionally. In 2020 both carburetors were professionally rebuilt. This boat is a pleasure to operate! She has only been used in fresh water. For the duration of our ownership she has been stored inside. After the completion of pre-launch items she will be docked at Erie-Macedon Landing Marina, 6 miles east of Fairport, N.Y. During our ownership the boat has seen very little usage; most in a few short trips to Fairport. She is a very comfortable boat for entertaining 4-6 people on a sunny afternoon, or up to 4 persons for a overnight cruise. She has the original "ice box" that really works well, and a private electric pump-out head. There is plenty of storage space for all kinds of "stuff". The boat has the original stainless sink with a 20 gal fresh water tank with electric pump. This Chris-Craft is a beautiful boat for 2 persons or a small family. She deserves a loving and caring new home!
18 Feet 1957 Shepherd Model-105 Runabout
Model 105, “Candy Cane” is one of two red and white Shepherds built for the Montreal Exposition in 1957. She is a very original boat in great condition. The V-Drive Chrysler engine with dual carburetors is original to the boat, has been rebuilt and runs well. All hardware is complete and in good condition; the upholstery is new. Original un-restored convertible top included.
30 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Constellation
An attractive bullnose Chris Craft Cruser; this Constellation model is in good condition and has been well kept. She has been in dry storage for the last 4 years, but considered to be ready to launch with regular seasonal commissioning. Seams below the waterline are in good condition. Powered with the original twin Chris Craft M, 130hp engines that were rebuilt in 2015. Refrigerator also rebuilt.
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Ski Boat
The classic Chris-Craft wood boat design exudes style on the water and is sure to turn heads on your next trip. This classic 1959 Chris-Craft 17 model has been garage kept for the past 20 years! The original gauges have been added to the dash but the original Chris-Craft gauges are included and can been viewed in the photos. The interior needs a little TLC, but all cushions are in great condition. According to the seller: The original engine was a Chris-Craft 283 CI engine. He was told that the previous owner replaced the block with a 305 CID. Trailer is also included.
17 Feet 1927 John Hacker Pelican 151 Raceboat
This is the real deal - an original John Hacker design, 151 class Pelican racer from the mid-1920's. This is an early step hull hydroplane design that was built for the 151-class, popular throughout the 1920's and 1930's. She has gone through quite a bit of restoration work years ago and is ready for a new owner to complete her. All bottom planks were removed, cleaned, and reinstalled/riveted as original. Rudder, steering hardware, etc all present. Originally campaigned as B-91 and bearing the name "Spitfire V", this is a rare example to find in such preserved condition. The Peerless-151 engine has received new babbited bearings, pistons, etc and is complete minus a water pump and distributor. This is a very worth project for the enthusiast interested in the Golden Era of raceboat competition.
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
One of Chris Craft's most popular and versatile models, the U-22 Sportsman is a great size and regarded as the perfect "second boat" for a growing collection. Roomy and easy to captain, the Sportsman model is a good boat for entertaining, day cruising, and a manageable size for towing. This example is in very nice user condition and was used during the 2020 season. She has a traditional bottom that is in good condition. Service work, tuneup, and various upgrades completed earlier in the season with invoices available. This is a nice affordable classic that is sold complete with a tandem axle bunk trailer!
28 Feet 1905 New York Boat Works Launch
Multiple award winner this 1905 New York Boat Works Launch is one of the last known torpedo stern launches in this premium condition known to exist today. The boat has always been kept in a climate controlled storage on a custom built trailer. Powered by a fully restored Red Wing 2 Cyl engine 8 HP engine. The boat is 90% original except fir the upholstery which is a marine grade vinyl rather than the original 1905 leather. A full pictorial and written account of the restoration and history of the boat by request.
22 Feet 1967 Lyman Sleeper
Only three owners. Only 146 produced. All original S1008, 22-Sleeper model, boards. Boat is listed in Ohio Historic Society. A rare find! New cushions, Ray Ware fish finder, compass, vhf marine radio, Perko dual battery selector switch, blower, etc.
22 Feet 1961 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This locally built boat has resided in its home, the Thousand Islands, on Steamboat Island for most of its life. This model was extremely popular in the area and was used for guiding, daily commuting, and cruising. This boat is in good condition and runs very well. The upgraded engine at 220 hp provides exceptional power for the boat, making this sport extremely fast, reliable and fun. It has been in the water and used every year including most recently October 2020.
16 Feet 1957 Shepherd Model 95 Outboard
Up for sale is our 1957 Shepherd Model 95 outboard. I began this restoration about 2011 and completed in 2017. Complete bottom and transom and dash replacement by Ken Wykes in Ontario, Canada. He is "The Shepherd expert". All hull sides and decks disassembled and restored. Some frames in decks replaced in stern deck. The seats completely disassembled, rebuilt/restored. 98% of hull sides and decks are original wood. Chrome work is great. Decks and hull sides have 12 coats of Epiphanes varnish. Copper Bronze bottom paint. The 1957 35hp Johnson Javelin completed restored. This is a beautiful boat with only about 20hrs of run time since restoration completed. The boat sits on a 1993 Shorelander trailer. Boat and trailer have clean "Transferrable" registrations and are ready to go.
17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Boat and trailer were purchased by the current owners in 2004 and have been well kept since. Enjoyed for many years on the various creeks and rivers off the Chesapeake Bay. One of 726 Chris Craft Special Runabout models built between 1949 and 1952. This model was developed from the 16' Special Runabout design, but featured a larger radius transom and additional cockpit space. Chris Craft Model 9-95hp engine.
20 Feet 1955 Chris-Craft Continental
Excellent condition, show-quality Continental, the 104th of 221 built by Chris-Craft in 1955 through 1957. The MBL engine runs smoothly. Stainless steel gas tank. She comes with two canvas covers, one for mooring and a full cover for storage. She sits atop a solid, custom aluminum, road-ready trailer.
47 Feet 1957 Stephen's Brothers Cruiser
This boat is a 1957 Stephens Flying Bridge Motor Yacht that, at 47’ in length, will very comfortably accommodate 3-4 seafaring friends (or family) in style with separate staterooms fore and midship, each with their own head (one with a nice sized shower). Twin Isuzu Turbocharged Diesel engines provide generous yet economical power for long range cruising, or just puttering around the Florida Keys, courtesy of 2 new aluminum 200 gallon fuel tanks. Two new 100 gallon composite water tanks also feed the new 20 gallon stainless steel hot water tank which is heated by both 110v power or by the engine while underway. The original huge antique spotlight can be seen in the photos on the front of the boat and additional lighting has been added to the aft deck. A 100,000 lumen light bar is mounted in the center of the front 4 foot high custom handrail that extends completely around the deck with very heavy duty mesh netting covering all the panels including the 4 gates which allow for easy entrance and exit from the deck while keeping everybody onboard. Two outrigger poles help land the big ones for dinner. A large assortment of electronics include Sat Nav, long range radar, depth sounder with alerts, auto pilot navigation, hard wired and portable land and sea communications, and more. Shipboard power is supplied by a 3 cylinder Isuzu diesel generator that was running well when last used. However; it has been awhile, it may need new fuel filters and a little coaxing to start up. The anchor system is functional but will need a loose wire traced down to be useable. The flooring still needs to be put down in the salon and aft stateroom. As with any vessel of it’s age it would benefit greatly from some additional woodwork and cosmetics. A recent (2 1/2 months ago) survey by a Lloyd’s of London affiliate found the boat to be in good shape and a copy of that survey is available by request.
32 Feet 1967 Pembroke Cruiser
This is a twin engine Pembroke lapstrake cruiser. Twin 327 Chevrolet engines, one has been rebuilt with low hours.
17'6" Feet 1992 Fletcher Boats Gentleman's Speedster
Boat directly from Simon Fletcher in May, 1992. Believed to be one of 2 made in total. Other may have been owned by manager of Jerry Seinfeld. Just completely refinished. Engine maintained by Anthony Cavallo. Comes with Calkin trailer.
22 Feet 1966 Century Raven
Tricky was formerly known as Presto when she was on Lake Waunakee, Wisconsin. She has been in Seattle since 2016 and received a lot of attention. She has a new rebuilt motor done by Peter Orton of vintage hydroplane fame, new propeller shaft and shaft log. Her interior floors were varnished in late 2018 and she has an all new convertible top and attached side windows and slantback cover. Her transom was re-finished with 12 coats of varnish when her new name was painted in gold leaf.
16 Feet 2001 Fletcher Gentleman's Speedster
Built by Fletcher Boats in 2001, this is a great contemporary take on the classic Gentleman's Racer. At 16 feet, she is quick and nimble, and a manageable size that fits in the garage. Easy to tow around and launch on demand. Well powered with a 130hp Volvo 4 cylinder engine. Currently stored in climate-controlled building in Western New York.
17 Feet 1965 Lauterbach 225 Class Inboard Hydroplane
Dynasty is a 225cid N-Class inboard hydrplane, powered by an aluminum block Buick 215cid, 300hp engine. She is a classic Lauterbach design that was built by Alan Blide in the 1960's. She was found in dry storage after 34 years and her refit was completed in 1999. Dynasty is a turn-key example that is ready to enjoy on the vintage hydroplane circuit. Previously clocked at 112mph on radar. A reliable and well-built example; she needs nothing at this time and is complete with a custom trailer to go anywhere! A large amount of documentation comes with the boat. Last run in Wolfboro in 2012, she has been campaigned on the vintage circuit since 2000 and is being offered for sale for the first time.
21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado
A fresh redesign for 1965; the revised Coronado featured a wider hull design that was spacious and stylish. With a sleek black Landau top, this feature offered passengers the option of an open-air or partially enclosed boating experience. This example has been nicely restored and features a replaced bottom, replaced factory interior, and a repower with a modern 260hp Mercruiser V8 which pushes the boat along nicely. She is in excellent condition and ready to enjoy this season! Price reduction to $30,000 on 9/2/2020!
21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado
Fully restored in 2007 and housed by the current owner since 2012. It is kept inside a fully enclosed boathouse on Cane River Lake, which is a fresh water lake in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Excellent condition and currently in use. Bottom paint redone in 2017, rebuilt transmission 2018. It has a 427 Ford Interceptor, 330 horsepower motor. The motor had 476 original hours at time of purchase in 2012, and now has 536 original hours. Has tan covers and sits on a 2005 LoadRite trailer.
16 Feet 1963 Switzer Craft Shooting Star
The Switzer Craft boat manufacturer is one of the most amazing and respected manufacturers of boats of its time. Handcrafted with pride in McHenry, IL. They were championship boats setting world speed records. The Shooting Star was named one of the Top 10 wood boat designs and was a World Record Breaker at 104MPH. This famous sport craft is widely acclaimed for its winning characteristics and advanced styling. The improved configuration of the Shooting Star includes the 3 point suspension hull for greater stability and level ride at all speeds. Engineered to accommodate a larger motor it is quite capable of speeds in the 60’s & 70’s. The Shooting Star was touted as an outstanding ski boat. The low freeboard makes boarding the boat from the water easy. This boat has won gold metals in antique boat shows in the past. Bob Switzer personally signed the bow just before he died. We're not sure how many, if any, other Shooting Stars are in existence. The current owner has had the boat up to 55 mph at one point, and the throttle was only 1/2 way down- it had a ton left. He said the experience was awesome! Of all the boat rides he's ever been on in his life this was the most fun ride. Owner has much of the restoration work documented on both the boat and the motor, well over 20k was spent on restorations.
19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
This boat is a must see rare pre-war 1937 Chris Craft Mahogany beauty. Full restored in 2013 by Terry Senecal a well know restoration specialist in antique wooden boats in the 1000 Islands. The engine has been completely rebuilt by Len's Performance. All the restoration was completed in 2013. The Chrysler Crown straight 6 will perform a maximum speed of 30 mph. All the gauge where restored by Kocian Instruments and the hardware has been all re-chromed as well. The seats are in like new condition and comes with a spotlight and new full mooring cover. Excellent condition and ready to show! Motivated seller!
26 Feet 1927 Indian Lakes Triple Cockpit Runabout
Very rare original Indian Lakes runabout. Sides and decks are original wood in good condition. All hardware and gauges are original to the boat. The boat was in the water a couple season's ago but does really need a new bottom. This is a rare opportunity to own one of these unique boats.
16 Feet 1958 Shepherd SkiBee
This is a sparkling boat that will turn heads. Recent restoration by Frontier Classics in Charlevoix, MI. Original owner had the boat custom ordered with the V8 to race a Chris Craft Cobra. Boat underwent a recent restoration by Frontier Classics in Charlevoix Mi. Which included a refinish of entire hull, Polished Chrome and new upholstery. The bottom is original but swells up nice and is worry free. Ford interceptor runs great and is a strong engine for this boat. This was a custom ordered ski bee in 1958 with rear fins on each side and the V8 engine which was quoted as being strong enough to pull up 10 skiers. The boat has not been used since 2016 but has always been kept indoors. This boat needs nothing except a new owner. Yacht club trailer has new tires and is very road worthy.
24 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Utility Sedan
This boat was sold to me on a bill of sale as a 1941 USCG boat. I can't find a data plate, and can't find a production record for this boat; but, it does match the size and lines of a 1934 Family Cruiser. The boat has been stored inside for 70-ish years. The previous owner removed the engine, sent it out to be started (which it did), and it is still on the pallet. There is no interior, which would be consitent with a USCG utility boat, so this might have been built with leftover 1934 Family Cruiser parts for the USCG. That's my guess. The previous owner started to build-out an interior, but didn't get very far and, frankly, it should be removed to install something correct for the period. The hull is totally solid. It's on a trailer which can be sold for $2500, or you can borrow it to move the boat and return it. This is a museum piece, as there can't be many more like it. Act now, this boat should be in the $45000-65000 range in show condition based on comparables.
26 Feet 1916 Consolidated Speedway
This fabulous Consolidated Speedway was purchased by me in 2005 and has resided on Lake George since that time. The boat remains in inside storage all of the time when not in direct use and is in excellent condition. The Four Cylinder Gray Marine engine took the place of the original engine in the late 1950's and runs very well. During my ownership, the boat has received a new gas tank, new cushions, new bilge pump and continuous paint and varnish to keep the boat looking great. The boat is now ready for a new Captain and while we do not have a trailer for her, transportation to it's new home can be arranged.
17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
This boat started its life after completion on March 5, 1948 in the Chris Craft factory in Algonac, MI with a delivery to the Kenneth E. Wilson company in Newport Beach, CA. Its refurbishment began in California in early 2003, it was “quick claimed” as an abandoned boat in the LA area outskirts by a retired Doctor George Sweeney. He brought it home and with a few friends, they replanked the bottom and sides (triple planking on bottom, double planking on sides). I believe he worked on it for about 5-6 years out in California and got the hull back into ship-shape applying the West no soak on the hull. Then I believe the boat was purchased by another doctor in Arkansas, moved there and little progress was made thru about 2012 on the boat. In about 2013, the boat was purchased again and moved to Hague, New York area where the restoration was completed. The boat work was done by Chad Dunklee and Walt Peterson (Chad was the manager of boat rebuilding at the Hacker Boat Company at that time). The engine and transmission was rebuilt to a 12V system and unleaded gas operation by Fish Brothers in the Hague New York area while the wood and chrome was refinished. The boat was completed in about 2015 and even entered into the Adirondack Chapter’s 40th Annual Lake George Rendezvous where it received an award. In May of 2016, I purchased the boat and returned it to its birthplace of Michigan, where it was enjoyed by many cruising the Big Crooked Lake in Brighton, MI. Regular service was done, a bilge blower was carefully installed to match existing dash switches, and the boat was re-varnished in early 2019 in the Algonac area by the old craftsmen of the Chris Craft factory there. The seams are tight, the varnish is shiny and the boat is a beautiful piece of art. Overall, it is in immaculate shape and ready for the next owner to care for it long into the future. I have a binder of original documents such as the “build sheet” from 1948, catalogs, and maintenance booklets to pass to the new owner, along with about 200 photographs of the original work done in California in the early 2000’s. Fully restored and Recently refinished, no soak hull, immaculate with trailer
19 1/2 Feet 1964 Fabuglas Cabin Outboard
I am the 2nd owner of this boat and it has been garage kept all of the time. The boat is in good shape, runs well and has up to date tune-up. The motor with electric shift has been re-done including a new water pump, carburetor and all new wiring.The boat does not need anything whatsoever. Everything is original to the boat including the original curtains which are still in the bag.
22 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
Only 386 prewar Chris Craft Deluxe Utilities were built between 1940 and 1942, approximately half of which were Sedan models. This model was later redesigned and became the U-22 Sportsman, post-war, and was one of Chris Craft most popular models. This example has been very nicely restored and features the optional, factory 2/3 seat ahead of the engine box. Chrome, upholstery, gauges, flooring, and varnish are all in excellent condition. Recent varnish on decks. Chris Craft Model-M engine. Traditional bottom is in very good condition. This Deluxe Utility was originally restored approximately 20 years ago and has seen very little use since.
36 Feet 1969 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Its number 24/25 built and may be the last one still floating. The boat has been meticulously taken care of the past 25 years. Currently being maintained till it sells.
-- Feet 1940 Isotta Fraschini
We acquired this powerful engine together with a huge engine-collection. It has always been stored dry and is in good condition. Specifications: 54 l 1500 PS 4 valve technology 2 Turbocharger 1300 kg tare The engine was used in the famous Schneider-Cup races from 1929 eingesetzt and was also used during the II. world war in British and Swedish speedboats.
17 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Rocket
The boat is a 17 foot 1956 Chris Craft Runabout Hull# D-17-1084. The boat has the bigger KBL 131hp engine. I purchased in 2010. It was a one owner boat that had hung in the same boat house on Lake Lure for 54 yrs. I had to purchase a trailer to go get it so the trailer is like new . I had the bottom stripped to bare wood, sealed and painted in 2011. Engine fully rebuilt by professional shop in 2012. The exterior was stripped and refinished in 2015. We have had a Dam problem on our lake so the boat has only been used a hand full of times in the last 5 years. It looks like it was varnished yesterday. The wiring was all redone and battery converted over as well. The chrome, is in good shape but not new. It has always hung in a slip. Very nice boat which is ready to go for this coming season.
19 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
This bought was purchased in 1957 by tow brother in laws. They used the boat for several years along the Delaware River. After they had children the boat was stored away and there it sat for decades. The current owner( now only the second owner) bought the boat 35 years old. The boat was brought to the 1000 Islands area in 1998 and it has been in the St. Lawrence since that time. The boat has always been in fresh water. All aspects of this boat are in good original condition, the bottom is sound, the chrome is good and the upholstery is without rips or tears.
22 Feet 1953 Shephard Utility
New custom trailer dual axle. Boat in very nice running condition, needs nothing. We have another 22 that we use and this one needs to go.
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 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
This boat won the ACBS award for Most Original In Show at the 2017 Essex Boat Show, hosted by the Southern New England Chapter. It also took an ACBS 1st place (over 92 points). A fully detailed restoration. She was stored for 50-plus years and never refinished until now. Original to the extreme, 131 HP tri-carb motor was taken apart and reassembled by one of the best shops available. Fresh chrome and upholstery. Priced below restoration cost.
18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
One only 302 18 foot utilities built by Chris Craft between 1934 and 1936. This example has been in a museum on display for over a decade and is in very nice preserved condition. Powered by the original Chrysler 6 cylinder engine.
23 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental
A very original Northern Michigan boat. This boat appears to have had little use. Original except for the upholstery and flooring. Seller has owned the boat for 15 years. It was last in the water 3 years ago. The boat has it's original bottom. The upholstery has been redone and teak flooring has been added
19 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Red & White Racing Runabout
A real attention getting high performance/low maintenance craft in good overall condition. *oil changed every 30 hours of my use with Mobile 1 full synthetic 10-30 oil. Not used since October of 2016 and thereafter was professionally winterized with oil and filter change. New spark plugs and wiring harness in 2015. Fresh Interlux Brightside polyurethane applied to sides in 2015 and topside in 2017 in the traditional roll and tip method while precisely duplicating the same paint scheme that was in place at the time of my purchase *replacement of components and tune-ups were made as required *all trailer wheel bearings replaced and repacked in 2012 *new INTERSTATE marine battery installed in October 2016*12v electrical system. New custom matching red ‘near’ waterline trailerable cover September 2015*burned only 91 octane premium fuel with zero additives or Ethenol fuel extenders since purchased always stored inside since my purchase *I have not used boat extensively since purchase but have used it with some regularity up until October 2016
17' Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sportsman
Up for sale is a 1956 17' Chris Craft Sportsman that has been totally restored by a well known restorer in CA. I have all the pictures from the restoration. It is all original, including the engine and transmission.. Both were totally professionally rebuilt.. Boat started with a completely new bottom, including all new strut supports. Cool old boat. Must be seen to be appreciated. All new upholstery. Will consider trade for late model VW bus, late 60's. Has to be nice.
14 Feet 1957 Yellow Jacket Monterrey
The boat was completely restored in 2009. The cold molded hull was in great shape, structurally sound and a dry boat. Decks are new, spring seat supports were veneered with original birch and the seats repaired with original lumber crayon stock numbers underside. All finishes are modern catalyzed urethane providing for a maintenance free boat. The motor runs well for the most. It has a remanufactured block, new magneto and spark plug wires, new six pole electric starter, new lower unit so it does not have the drive shaft corrosion that causes the gear lube to be contaminated with water. The motor control is a period correct Kiekhaefer. The trailer is custom for the boat with bunks to provide correct support, waterpproof lights and bearing buddies.
18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Holiday
My mother fell in love with the Chris Craft Holiday after she saw them floating outside the Buckingham Fountain at the World's Fair in Chicago. When this boat was listed for sale, my mother bought it on the spot. It was one of her prized possessions, but it needed repair after sitting for years in a barn. Over the next few years, the boat, it's systems, and engine went through a full restoration. After several light boating season on Lake Michigan, the boat was once again removed and sent back for further restoration. Sadly, during this time, my mother passed away and Dad stored the boat. Although the boat has not been in the water for a few years, Dad has decided he is ready to part with it. The boat has a traditional bottom that will require soaking but recently had a new interior upholstery package installed.
21 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Utility
Chris Craft made 332 of this model between 1937 and 1939. This is the predecessor to the very popular U-22. This boat had complete restoration including 5200 no soak bottom in 2007. Has been in the water and used every season since. Boat house or garage kept ever since. Chris Craft Model K runs very strong/sea trials are available to any potential buyer A refinish including varnish and bottom paint was done in 2015 and still looks great. Comes with nice wicker chairs for extra passengers. Owner has all papers for restoration. Boat is on Conesus Lake south of Rochester.
22 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Cadet Commuter
This is a very interesting pre-war Chris Craft. It was originally built and purchased as a triple cockpit Cadet model in 1929 by St Clair Rogers of Rochester, NY. Around 1932, the boat was sent back to the Chris Craft factory where a 38' Commuter Style superstructure was installed, and Mr. Rogers upgraded the engine to a Hispano Suiza aircraft conversion V8 engine. The boat was involved in an accident under power, and was subsequently repaired and powered with her original engine once again. She was rescued and restored in the 1980's and campaigned on the show circuit during this time and is now ready for her next custodian. The boat is in need of a cosmetic restoration, but appears to be in good structural condition and very complete. She has a very interesting and documented history, including ownership by actress, Marcia Gay Harden.
18 Feet 1954 Century Resorter
The current owner purchased this boat as a project several years ago and it has recently completed a comprehensive restoration. The transom frames were replaced, as well as a number of the rib frames, the chines, stem, forefoot, all of the bottom, deck planks and covering boards. The upholstery is mostly original but in good shape, as is the case with the gauges. The engine is a 318cid Chrysler 220hp V8 that pushes the boat along nicely.
20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado
Sold as a new boat at the Sierra Boat company at Lake Tahoe in 1956. This boat has spent its entire life on Lake Tahoe. Bought by the current owner from Sierra Boat in 1992. Original Chrysler Hemi. This 21 ‘ Century Coronado boat has been very reliable for me over the past 27 years. Has always been on Lake Tahoe. I’m reluctantly selling it to decrease my maintenance burden on a number of fronts. I took the boat down to bare wood in 2006 replacing the bungs and the top decks. At that time Also removed the interior vinyl over plywood panels and milled and installed new mahogany slats on the interior. The dashboard was also plywood with vinyl. I manufactured a new mahogany. In 2006, all of the upholstery was also redone. All of the chrome and instruments and chrome are original as far as I know. The boats bottom was fiberglassed professionally at some point before I bought it in 92. Other than 2006, the boat has been in the lake and buoyed every year I’ve had it. The last 15 years in Rubicon Bay. The gas gauge and clock have never worked since I’ve owned it. I use a dipstick and the clock glass has a crack. It has the original Tonneau roof. It has an automatic mid boat bilge pump and I added a manual bilge pump in the stern to pump when the bow is up and under way to lighten the load. In 2017, the original gas tank finally failed. I had a brand new custom tank manufactured and installed. (I believe either aluminum or stainless, over $1000). It has a 2 battery configuration with a switch dial for on/off/both. I have typically varnished every other year and serviced the engine on the odd years. It has a full canvas cover and is always covered when not in use and has always been garaged in the window. The photographs unfortunately don’t show it with a fresh coat of varnish but rather, the day I pulled it out of the water last fall after a full summer of use. I missed the varnishing this year having been too busy with other projects and traveling. The hull should probably be taken down to bare wood soon. I believe the Chrysler hemi is a 331. It has dual carburetors for high altitude, runs with a deep throaty roar and has never failed to start right up in 27 years. The trailer I got it with was scrapped several years ago and I had a new custom dual axle DHM trailer manufactured for it. I have based the price relative to this hagerty valuation.
22 Feet 1953 Greavette Utility
The 22-foot Greavette Utility is a worthy competitor to the popular Chiris-Craft U-22. One of Canada's premier boat builders renowned for their craftsmanship, Greavette was the first to implement the assembly line process among Canadian builders. This 22-footer provides two 3/4 seats up front with the side walk-throughs, a popular feature in Greavettes in the early 1950's and an advantage over the CC U-22. "Ghost" was built with cedar plank construction, known for its long lasting bottom. She was restored in 2001, in storage since 2006 and given a touch-up in 2018. She has a beautiful finish with clean upholstery, elegant decks, and a unique and famous round nose.
17' Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
Just completed a 5 year restoration. New West System Bottom, decks and sides refinished with 15 coats of varnish. Upholstery, gauges, chrome have all been done. Model K Engine runs great after recent tune up. This boat is ready to use and show immediately. Engine was last run in 2018. This is a complete package with nice shorelander trailer that has been modified to fit the boat.
19 Feet 1958 Century Arabian
Beautifully-restored and maintained 1958 Century Arabian with red and white interior updated in 2014, recently re-chromed hardware, electronic ignition, rebuilt Paragon HF71 transmission, 13 coats of varnish applied in 2014, and a hefty 327 ci Chevy 8-cylinder engine. Fresh water only, she's a good user boat ready to cruise with a new owner. Price reduced.
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman
Nicely restored boat with a West no soak bottom done by a well know restoration shop. Engine is a 350 Chevy that has had a complete rebuild. The boat has been out of the water for the last 3 seasons. Always stored inside. The boat is in clean user condition as it sits. Comes on a nice tandem axle trailer.
22 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
Arguably Chris-Craft's most popular model, the 22-foot Sportsman utility was built from 1946 through 1954, with 2,082 units produced. This one is in top condition and features built-in, rear-facing seats behind the front seats and tufted seat-back upholstery. All of her wood, hardware and mechanicals are original, as is the Model M powerplant. She seats seven comfortably with room for at least two more on the engine box. Completely refinished from keel to decks in 2018, she travels on top of a solid, twin-axle trailer. Ready to go for a cruise!
22 Feet 1953 Shepherd Runabout
In the water last season and ready to enjoy. This 22' Shepherd is in very nice condition and has had much work done recently, including a new fuel tank, general tuneup, and paint/varnish. Excellent rough water boat, built in Niagara on the Lake. Interior, chrome, finish, etc all in very good shape. She is complete with a tandem axle trailer, custom mooring cover, and a convertible top that has not yet been used. Shepherd boats are very popular for their build quality, high freeboard, and comfortable ride.
17 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
Chris Craft built the 17 Foot Utility only in 1937 and 1938. A total of only 271 were built. This is the deluxe version. The standard utility had no windshield. The boat was powered with a Chris Craft KA engine. The boat is very clean and in good shape. A custom trailer is included.
17.6 Feet 1949 Century Resorter
This is a unique one Family Owned Century Resorter. In 2010, new 3M 5200 bottom and a new transom were added. In 2015 the Engine was completely rebuilt, including Carburetors and generator. This is truly a turn key boat that needs nothing. Upholstery is all brand new, gauges have been rebuilt. Has a nice mooring cover. This is a fun, fast family boat. Has a nice boarding ladder which makes this boat great for skiing or water sports. Has always been used in Freshwater and stored indoors when not in use. Comes with a nice trailer which is ready for travel.
21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental
Unique 21' Chris Continental with the rear wings that flair out the sides. This boat overall is in very nice user condition. The hull has been refastened and requires very little swelling. The engine is a modern 350 that runs great. the seller has used this boat on multiple river cruises. The interior, though not original, is in very good condition. This is a great opportunity to acquire one of these rear boats at a reasonable price.
17 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport
This 1964 17 Super Sport has been totally restored and is in excellent condition. The boat has an Epoxy no-soak bottom, the engine has had a full rebuilt. Interior is in great condition. This boat can be shown or used at present. Comes on a nice tandem trailer with a waterline cover.
16 Feet 1990 Gar Wood Speedster Replica
Expertly constructed by Vintage Marine in 1990, "Miss Conception" is a faithful 1935 Gar Wood Speedster Replica. 5200 no-soak bottom, correct hardware and gauges, and a Chrysler M47S Crown engine that pushes the boat to 42mph. The boat was recently varnished and shows very well. The boat has not been in the water for 4 years but has always been properly stored indoors in an appropriate environment. This is the perfect little speedster to add to your fleet! Complete with trailer and period-correct lifejacket and helmet/goggles for display.
17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Ski Boat
Same owner 25 years. Always kept in covered well (Glen Lake) or inside storage. 283 Chevrolet V8 approx hours since rebuild 400. Top speed approximately 40MPH. West-system bottom. Stainless steel fuel tank. No varnish fatigue or blistering. Comes with Tandem axle (custom bunk) Eagle Trailer, 1994, recent tire replacement.
20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado
This 1956 Century Coronado is a one owner boat. Always loving taken care of. It has a 5200 no soak bottom and has only been in fresh water. It is powered by a 331 Hemi that runs very well and is a great user boat that is ready to go.
26 Feet 1924 Ventnor Launch
This 26 Foot Ventnor Launch was built for a prominent Philadlphia financier, George H. Earle Jr. Ownership later passed to his son George H. Earle III, who was elected Governor of Philadelphia in 1932. She was designed and built by Adolph Apel, owner of the Ventnor Boat Company of Ventnor, NJ. Being 26 feet in length, the boat is made with cedar hull sides and mahogany decks. She is powered by her original Model 4-50 HP Kermath engine. This boat was only one of Seven early Ventnors commissioned by Mr. Earle. This rare launch is one of a very few Launches still in existence. The launch has been restored and is very original except for the transom which has been replaced.
36 Feet 1914 Elco Commuter
The lovely 1914 Elco Commuter was commissioned by an art dealer in New York in the early 1900's and was used to transport guests from the Button Bay in Vergennes, VT to the family summer home and private island on Lake Champlain. This island, known as Button Island, is now owned by the state and is part of a Vermont State Park. What we know beyond that, is the boat later moved to St. Albans Bay and was enjoyed by a family for a few decades. During that period it was sold and later repurchased by the same family. We purchased the boat in 1978, and it has been used and enjoyed on Lake Champlain by our family since that time. As summers are short in Vermont, our use of the boat was limited to 3 to 4 months of good boating weather on the lake. The original engine was replaced with a Palmer engine in the late 1980s, and significant work was completed on the boat particularly in the period from 2010 to 2012 to keep it in good condition. Folley has been stored indoors, in the off months, for the last 25 years to shield it from the elements, and is ready to return to Lake Champlain or your favorite lake to be enjoyed by another family for the next 100 years
20 Feet 1951 Greavette Sedan Hard Top
*Very Rare 1951 20' Greavette Hard top Sedan, seats 6 . Hard top has opening front windows and sliding side windows. Fifty1Shifty has Mahogany planks with oak frames. In 2020 a new 6 cylinder Electronic fuel ignition engine was installed over 200 HP. Also included Is a 6-cyl Buchanan Master straight 6, dual carbs(rebuilt in 6/18) 129 hp direct drive transmission. Many upgrades, Stainless Steel fuel tank, electric fuel pump (6/18), electronic ignition, new bottom (2015) at Miller Potters Ontario Canada. Comes with 2008 Shorelander trailer with disc brakes, Radial tires, custom bow stop, spare tire, serviced in 6/18, LED lights in excellent condition. This boat attracts attention anywhere she goes.
18 Feet 1936 Dunphy Runabout
5200 bottom, new frames done 2017. Chris craft 6 cyl 85hp motor with 12 volt system. Double Cockpit custom cover and trailer. Used summer 2018 Runs and looks great. Can test drive. Winter storage included.
17 Feet 1949 Correct Craft Dart
1949 Correct Craft Dart 17 foot runabout, powered by 112 hp Graymarine w/ Capital 1 A tranny Original Sutton 6 volt bilge pump and Dry soda fire ext. Updated raw water pump. Boat was repainted in 2000, but all else is original to 1949 Boat is water ready.
18 Feet 1954 Hunter Utility
Hunter Boats were built in Orillia Ontario and are known for their fine Canadian Craftsmanship. Very few of these boats are known to still exist as they disappeared due to attrition. The owners of this boat have owned and maintained it for 8 years. Floor, engines, exterior hull have been restored. Boat is in excellent condition and ready to run. During their ownership the boat has been restored with a new floor, rebuilt engine, Transmission , and varnish..
22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet
This 1928 Chris Craft triple cockpit runabout has had its hull completely restored and is ready to be finished. Bottom redone, all new decks, hullsides/transom/decks all in fresh stain and varnish. Most of the hardware is present and in rough casting condition. Included with the boat is a Chris Craft 283, 185hp engine which will fit the boat well and move along nicely. A fitted single axle trailer is included as well.
23 Feet 1953 Grew Jolly Giant
This Grew Jolly Giant is a Canadian built boat made of Mahogany sides and bottom and built in Penetanguishene, Ontario. The company built these for only 10 years and built usually about 10 per year. The boat is powered by a Buchanan 283 engine and has a new gas tank and a new carb kit, Survey done in 2017 and boat has not been in the water since. No trailer come with the boat but transport could be arranged.
15’ Feet 1958 MacBayOutboard
We have been told that this possibly the only remaining MacBay outboard left. Built in Holland Michigan in 1958. The boat was beautifully restored about 20 years ago and only used once since. The hull is plywood and it’s Powered by a 30hp vintage Johnson. It sits on a nice trailer with good tires. The engine has not been run in several years but does turnover. Selling due to health reasons. Comes with a nice cover too.
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