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30 Feet 1969 Lyman Express Cruiser

Year: 1969 Mfg: Lyman Model: Express Cruiser Lgth: 30’ Hull# LC-1093 Restored Y/N - date: Bottom – Original N – Bottom Re-done date: 11-2001 Condition: Use scale 1-10 with 1 as worst and 10 as concours: Wood: 8 Finish: 8 Chrome: 7 Gauges: 7 Upholstery: 8 Boat Comments: Come 2019 she will be 50, she still turns heads. In 1969 Lyman only produced 10 of these boats. Engine Information: Engine Mfg: Twin Chrysler Model:318 HP:225 Hours: 205.5 hrs since rebuilt Rebuilt: Yes - date: 4-2011 Engine Comments: sweet sounding Optional Equipment: I have a three ring binder including the build spec sheet of what all have been done to this soon to be 50 year old girl. Boat was originally owned by Harold Schott, Harold was the brother of Walter Schott. Walter was married to Marge Schott owner of the Cincinnati Reds. In 1969, the Schott brothers were part owners of the Lyman Boat Company. This boat was shipped to Schott Buick in Norwood, Ohio and spent two seasons on the Ohio river. It's original name was "Tippy's Canoe". Tippy was Harold's girlfriend. I have more history of this boat also. I have the "spec sheet dated 6-20-1969 she is 30' in length 10'9" Beam Draft 2'7" Freeboard Forward 4'1" Freeboard Aft 3'5" Aft Cockpit Length 10'6" Headroom 6'1" Twin Chrysler's 225 205.5 hrs Twin 50 gals Alu. fuel tanks (newer) New teak deck (2014, $23,000) A/C Ship to Shore Power w/ battery charger (new)/ 4 batteries (new) Custom Canvas to cover entire deck plus many variations of usage ($10,000) Fresh water tank Standup Head & wash basin VHF Compass Galley Refrigerator Microwave Sink Trim Tabs Swim Platform & Ladder Engine Synchronizer plus much more She runs great serviced at least twice per year Stored inside during off season Triple axle trailer 3- Bilge pumps 2- Bilge blowers Stainless Steel Bow Rail Bunk Fill Platform & Cushions Compass Deadlight w/ chrome grill installed in Hatch Aft Deck Vinyl Covered Cabin Deck Holly Teak Drapes, Cabin windows Hatch Screen Docking Lights Aft Cockpit lights Transom Boarding Ladder Pressure water system Screen in Bulkhead Teak Swim Platform Cabin Top Hard Wood with side curtains, vinyl covered 2- Electric Windshield wipers Companion Seats Fog Bell Stern Flag Staff 1- Fuel measuring stick Towel bar & Paper holder Gasoline Fume Detector Hull #LC1093 Trailer Specs: Included with Boat : Yes Mfg: Ron’s Trailer Inc. Year: 2010 # Axles: 3 Brakes: Yes (but never used) Trailer Comments: repainted 2018

19 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Runabout

I acquired this boat in 1987. It was in good shape with almost all of the original hardware. The engine as received was a Chrysler Crown with several problems. I found the original engine and restored it with a new balanced crank, new Egge pistons, and balanced the moving assembly. A new bottom of Okume plywood using darting technique to get a complete sheet with no butts, except darts, was installed and new bottom planking matching original shoveling was installed. All bottom frames, intermediates, intermediate supports, chines and keel were installed plus new transom planks of matching width to the originals. All new wiring installed and instrument cluster restored by Pat Powell.The trailer is tandem custom made by Ryan trailers in Portland. Gar Wood personally delivered the boat to the first owner as they were friends. several parts, original seat backs, ceilings and spare parts are included with the boat. The first owner used the boat for two years and sold the boat. The second owner used the boat for two more years and then put it into storage where is stayed for forty years. The third owner revived it and sank it. The fourth owner replaced the engine – an interesting story – and sold the boat to me through Boyd Mefferd. I have an expanded history and other information available. It went into storage at my home then and spent the next 10 years being restored. The original engine was found, it went thru restoration along with the boat. It took 3 years to find another crankshaft, but bearings had to be specially made along with pistons and rings. Many additional parts came out of a Gray Marine engine distributor’s dusty shelves of old engine parts. Under four layers of upholstery was all of the original upholstery material from when the boat was new. The original boat came with red synthetic leather except for the seat cushions, which were leather. Because of the leather cushions the simple term “leather upholstery” was used in the Gar Wood merchandising material. The original cushions were lost when the boat sank on Lake George. When the throttle is opened up to about 3600 rpm the speed is just over 43 mph. I suspect without seats and minimal floorboards and a 5-gallon bucket for a seat the boat would go over 45 and I have never tried getting an additional 400 rpm out of the engine because preservation is more important. The transmissions on the 1937 Grays had only a forward detent. Reverse requires almost a two-handed effort to be engaged and must be held to keep reversing: Not an easy task. The ride is very smooth, crossing wakes is not a problem.

26 Feet 1930 Hacker Designed triple cockpit Runabout Built by Hutchinson

1930, 26 ft. Triple Cockpit Runabout, designed by John Hacker and custom-built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, NY. The Honduras mahogany deck and side planks are cut book-match so that the grain is mirrored from the king-plank to the covering boards and down the sides. A 5200 new bottom was installed using Hacker’s original design, with double planked Honduras mahogany at 45 degrees on the inner hull and fore to aft on the outer planks. The bottom has new stringers made of vertical grain Douglas fir and new frames, chines, battens, knees and a new keel, forefoot and stem. The hull and decks were stripped to bare wood and newly stained to the original color. The sides and deck are original wood and fastened with the original cooper roves (sides) and bronze screws (deck). The gas tank is new. The original interior gauges were cleaned and refurbished to exact working order. The interior leather, to match the original shade and texture, was replaced. The engine, a 1957 Chrysler Hemi 325 HP was completely rebuilt. The cylinders were re-bored and the rods, etc. were replaced with state of the art equipment. A MSD electronic ignition was installed. Since rebuild the engine has less than 50hrs. The OTHER WOMAN, first named “Kit” is in excellent condition, and has maintained its antique status. She has won many awards, most recently Best Hutchinson and People’s Choice at the Antique Boat Museum’s 52nd Annual Boat Show. She has also been featured in numerous magazine articles and books, including a book by James Barry called “Hackercraft” first published in 2002. Original documentation on this boat is available, including the first registration, early pictures, restoration work pictures, engine re-built pictures, etc.

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