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13.5 feet Feet 1937 Thompson Bro's Boat Mfg. Co., Peshtigo, WI

This original vintage 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip row boat was fully restored by our late father Robert (Bob) Kraemer in May 1986. It is in excellent condition (hardwood oak seats) and ready for the water! The boat comes with a trailer and 1949-1952 (Serial #350385 so it is that year range based on our research) vintage Mercury KF5 Super5 5HP outboard motor. It also comes with fully restored wooden oars, carpet pad for the bottom, classic vintage anchor, and battery operated bow and stern lights. Our father Bob was an avid duck and goose hunter (as well as whitetail and mule deer, turkey, bear, elk hunter and fisherman) and who was a life-long conservationist with an eye and love of the outdoors, which he passed these traditions on to his 4 sons and grandchildren. He was a life-long supporter of Ducks Unlimited and was the editor and publisher of the DU Webfoot News for over 25 years. Our dad was born in 1937 and DU was also first established in 1937 so he purchased this 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar-strip boat as a way to commemorate the year DU was established and year of his birth. He completely restored it by himself in May 1986 (see plate of restoration date with his name and month/year stamped in the rear hull of the boat). The boat has been kept in storage and is in excellent condition (just like it was in May 1986 when he restored it), and is ready for another collector to add this age-old beauty to their collection or continue to use for duck hunting, fishing, or just for enjoying the serenity of a local lake. This Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip boat and vintage Mercury outboard have many more years to go!

19 Feet 1973 Chris Craft Lancer

I’ve been slowly restoring this classic Chris Craft boat but just don’t have the time needed to do it the right way. The boat runs and will be water ready once the outdrive is repaired (see below). Here's what I’ve done so far: Rebuilt the top end of the engine. 307 small block Chevy. Heads rebuilt by Hazel Automotive. New DUI marine distributor New marine starter Carburetor was rebuild (still could use some adjusting) New shifter solenoids New electric shift cable New freeze plugs ( the block was flushed with acid.) Manifolds were flushed with acid. All new hoses. New custom dash All new gauges. (Never finished hooking up the speedometer gauge) New fuse panel A lot of new wiring New 29 gallon gas tank. New mooring cover. New jump seats Painted the outdrive. OMC electric shift Added second battery with switch On the trailer: New tongue with Hydraulic Brake Actuator New brake line kit. (Not completed but I have all the parts) New wheels New hubs/drums Here is what it needs: The outdrive needs a new upper gear housing. I ran into a sandbar (at idle speed) while approaching a beach. It cracked along a spot that had previously been repaired (not by me). But upon inspection the weld looked to be done poorly. It will also need the tilt quadrant gear. As I lost it on the back after that happened. The ball gears will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. The floor will need to be replaced sooner rather than later. Windshield needs to be tightened down. The pass through window needs to be replaced. It just looks bad. I have a new piece of Acrylic for it. Could use a new steering cable. TLC Like I said I love this boat but I just don’t have the time to give her what she deserves. Let me know if you have questions. Thanks David

27 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Cruiser

Up for sale is a 27 foot cruiser hull. 1957 or 1958 model by the hull number. I bought this hull to swap over the engine and fittings from another cruiser that I have, as this one was redone and has a no soak bottom. I believe the bottom and sides have a West System finish. There is extra West material included with the boat. The boat sat in our warehouse for about 10 years now, and the sides haven't moved or cracked one bit. Very tight and solid hull. I didn't know that the hull had basically all of its hardware when initially purchased, and for that reason didn't end up swapping my hardware (which is slightly different) from my other hull onto this one. As far as I can tell, everything is there to finish this boat. Some of the chrome seemed to be redone already, while some could use re-finishing. The rudder is still installed, with the steering rods inside the bilge. Copper exhaust pipe is also included. I attached pictures of all the miscellaneous parts and fittings spread out on the floor. It has a new spotlight installed, comes with a new blower and bilge pump (both still in box), rolls of electrical wire (and a wiring diagram drawn by the gentleman previously working on it), blueprints of the boat, new flag pole, 2 captains seats, rough convertible cover, etc. etc. See the pictures for everything included. The only thing not included is an engine, prop, or trailer. I used another trailer from one of my 26 footers to have this thing picked up, so I do not have a trailer to offer with it. The boat came without the engine or prop, but I have some spare MCL's (needs to be rebuilt) that I can offer with the boat if interested. I can offer any additional pictures or information to the best of my ability. Don't miss a chance to get a great boat that already has the hard work done to it!

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