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11’ Feet 2021 1956 Hal Kelly
Brand new 1956 designed Hal Kelly Airborne class B runabout. Meticulously constructed of ringshanked brass fasteners true to the era. Fully restored mint condition 1956 Mercury 20h race motor. Boat rigged in all original Keller rigging. Custom trailer for the boat is included
42' Feet 1919 Purdy Brothers Commuter
This boat was built in 1919 in Miami Beach by the Purdy Brothers. They worked almost exclusively for Carl Fisher, the developer of Miami Beach. It is the only known surviving Purdy built on Miami Beach. When they were promoting Miami Beach they would have races from there to places like Palm Beach and Cuba. This boat participated in those races, making her one of the first Off-Shore Race boats. We have owned her for 35 years, but have never put her in the water. We have kept her stored in a warehouse in Mount Dora, Florida. She has not been restored but is in amazingly good shape.
13 Feet 1958 Raveau Class C-D Utility
Fully rigged with controls, fuel tanks, battery, bronze propeller. Racing transom conversion. 100% restored. This boat was raced and the provenance is available showing ownership history.
23 Feet 1947 Homebuilt HELLZAPOPPIN
https://www.woodyboater.com/blog/2013/01/30/hellzapoppin-ii-a-radical-john-goodhue-designed-race-boat-from-1949/ And more available on google
17.5 Feet 1970 Ron Jones 280 Class Hydroplane
1970 Ron Jones Sr. Cabover inboard hydroplane, "Chuck Wagon" E-22. Fully restored and campaigned on the vintage hydroplane circuit. Freshly rebuilt Chevrolet 305cid engine by Paul Hewitt of Bockville, ON, 370hp. Great racing provenance. Originally campaigned by Chuck Thompson Jr. 1971 USA National Champion, 1971-1972-1975 World Champion. Complete history available. This is a turn-key package!
16 Feet 1910 Unknown
sits in barn over 25 yr white cedar hall stays seamless tight. has 2 engine mounts sm. stern large mid hull must be seen
11'6 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Wetback Hydroplane
This is a Hal Kelly Wetback design, D-Class Hydroplane. She is powered with a Mercury Mark 55E mounted on an H-tower with quickie gearfoot. Beautiful, no scars, electric start, ready for the water, has a launch cart.
9'8 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Jupiter B-Class Hydroplane
This is a Hal Kelly Jupiter design, B-class hydroplane. She is powered with a Mercury Mark 25 outboard mounted on a conversion tower with quickie gearfoot. Nice shape overall and ready to play. Sold with a launch cart.
11 Feet 2010 Hal Kelly Foo-Ling B Class Utility
This is a Hal Kelly Foo-Ling B-Class Utility. Nice shape and ready to put in the water and go. Powered by a Mercury Mark 25 mounted on an H-tower and quickie lower unit. Complete with a launch cart.
17 Feet 1983 Summerford Tunnel Hull
1983 105mph STV- Summerford tunnel hull all composite 450 lb solid, no soft spots in stringers/transom, gel coat like new, 225 Merc built by Paul Gautreaux; shaved head, Brucato ACU 15 inch lower unit, 30p cleaver prop, single center line pilot seat with optional passenger seat behind, told it had one many Championships, Optima battery, 18 gal alum tank, road ready custom dual axel trailer with boat and trailer titles in hand, ran 126mph with 280 Merc, 105 with present 225 modded Merc, originally raced by Krzyzanowski Karl in the 80’s sponsored by Hooters, hydraulic steering, hydraulic tilt and trim, gear box with cockpit gearshift, safety ignition and fuel pump driver lanyard, electric start, just tuned with new starter by Dane Michaels, 0-105 mph with no chine walk, straight as arrow, cruises80mph, low deck model, cruises at 8omph, 50;1 oil/fuel ratio, always ran non-ethanol, turn key ready to run lake/river racer, go fast cheap and outrun about everyone easily,bought for my 73rd birthday, too fast for me. Buford/Decatur-Emory, GA.-wife named it barcode cause it’s all white with black motor-new transom, stringers, gel coat
14 Feet 1956 AristoCraft Torpedo
The "Y Knot" is a pristine antique racing boat with its original green windshield and all its spectacular ornamental hardware. On perfectly still mornings, this gorgeous antique craft glides across the water, as if floating on air. We dream of "Y Knot" mornings.
30 Feet 1967 U-12 Miss Budweiser Unlimited Hydroplane
Miss Budweiser, U-12, designed and built by hall of fame builder, Chuck Hickling. The last of the engine-forward unlimited hydroplanes. First campaigned as U-17, Tempus, and then as U-12 Miss Budweiser. Allison V-1710 12 cylinder engine, Fairlane gearbox w/multiple gears. She sits atop a custom tilt trailer with integrated 40 gal. fuel reserve. Boat and trailer were comprehensively rebuilt between 2003 and 2007. The boat was last raced in 2019 at Madison, IN and has also appeared in Detroit. This package is offered complete with a GMC Top Kick motorhome tow vehicle. Spares included!
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.
50 Feet 1983 Gentry American Eagle Marine
Gentry Turbo Eagle #9 is a 1983 Cougar Cat customized by American Eagle Marine for offshore powerboat racing. Powered by 4 - 1250 HP inboard racing engines coupled to 2 Gentry custom built surface piercing chain drives. Vessel is constructed of mahogany frames, sheeted with mahogany plywood fastened with epoxy and bronze screws. Exterior is covered with fiberglass cloth saturated with epoxy resin. This boat won the World Championship in 1987 and established a new world speed record of 148.238 in the same year. The engines were rebuilt after it was retired from racing. The boat comes with an extra Gentry surface drive as well. This is a serious race boat with well documented history that we can provide upon request. The trailer alone was appraised at 100,000.00. It's an unbelievable package. We have more pictures upon request!
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.
26 Feet 2016 Hacker Miss APBA Gentleman's Racer
John Hacker's "Miss APBA" is one of the most iconic Gold Cup Racer designs of the 1920's. It has become the gold standard for contemporary classic racers and this example is expertly executed. With the assistance of Fish Bros. Custom Boats in Queensbury, NY, this 26 footer is beautifully finished with all period-correct hardware, a unique flat-pane folding windshield, and a strong 502 cubic inch, 450hp Chevrolet engine. Only 30 hours of runtime since completion; this boat is still like-new. Sold complete with a custom built Searra tandem axle trailer.
12 Feet 1967 Sid Son D-Class Outboard Hydroplane
This is a very nice example of a Sid Son, D-Class hydroplane built in Edison, NJ. She has been fully restored and only needs her fabric decks covered, painted, and the hardware reinstalled. The seller is offering the boat complete with all new Ceconite deck material, three 6' sections of polished aluminum nose trim, transom handles and nose handle which have been rechromed, the original aluminum flip-top fuel tank, steering wheel/hub/pulleys, and the original deadman's throttle. There is also a set of reprodution Sid Son decals and a new turn-fin to be mounted. The original Sid Son ID plate is also included with the boat. This is an easy project to finish off and all of the difficult work has been completed.
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.
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
A faithful reproduction of Gar Wood's Race Boat from 1925, Baby Gar IV. The original boat was made famous by racing against the Twentieth Century Limited Train from Albany to New York City. It was built in Brant Lake, NY using modern construction methods, including an epoxy bottom and cold molded planking over oak frames. She is powered with a Liberty Vimalert V-12 engine with a displacement of 1650 cubic inches, coupled to a Capital transmission, very similar to the original power package. This design was the result of a collaboration of Chris Smith and Gar Wood, who worked together on the design of these racing boats at that time. Baby Gar IV was the last one built during their time together.
21'6 Feet 2017 Clarion GR21 Hughes Edition
This is the last GR-21 Gentleman’s Racer hull produced by Clarion Boats. Linrich Upholstery and Marine completed the performance package, interior and finishing to produce the Hughes Edition. This racer features Mercury’s newest 6.2L 350ECT engine that is certified with the “Super Ultra Low Emission” that allows it to be used in the environmentally controlled lakes of California. The multiport fuel injection aggressively accelerates the GR21 to a top speed without any delay or hull bounce. The Digital Throttle and Shift combined with Mercury’s new Vesselview touch screen give the driver full instrumentation with GPS Navigation and bottom depth plotting. European inspired interior features adjustable bucket seats and a rear bench that comfortably seats four. The cold molded mahogany hull is completely epoxy sealed making the boat incredibly strong, light and entirely watertight. This package comes with a custom built tandem trailer and a custom made trailering/mooring cover, all colour matching. If you are looking for a stylish racer that has the performance and features of a modern sports car, this Clarion will impress!
18 Feet 1953 Mandella Race Boat
Original owner. My wife's father bought the hull in 1953 direct from Mandella. It has a Glenwood V-Drive with a 390 with approx 3 hours on it. We have a lot of photos and a book of what the boat has been through during ownership and restoration. We had it restored about 10 years ago including rebuilding the engine. We also have original Mandella decals. It is in beautiful condition. [Price reduced to $15.900 on 10/29/2020! Make an offer for this beauty!]
19 Feet 1969 Challenger Boat Company Cobra
Bought as a project and restored over a 10 year period. The boat has 17 coats of paint and 7 coats of clear coat. It has been in the water once since restoration and was clocked at 138 MPH at only 3000 RPM's. A very fast boat and really good looking.
18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp. A single axle trailer is included, but sold on a bill of sale only.
21 Feet 1957 Ames Brothers Gentleman's Racer "Comanche"
Albert Ames began his boatbuilding career working in a shop run by Herb Ditchburn during WWII. Following the war, he worked for Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario. In the 1950s, the Ames brothers built a handful of custom boats ranging from 18 to 28 feet in length. Their designs drew similarities from several of the regional builders, with a flare of their own. They would typically complete one boat per winter in their small, Orillia, Ontario shop. This stunning gentleman's racer features full mahogany construction, Muskoka "egg crate" ventilated flooring, a sleek low sheerline, and a powerful dual-quad Chrysler 413cid wedge engine hooked up to a foot throttle. This racer is an absolute thrill!
15 Feet 1936 Outboard Racing Runabout
This is remarkable boat that was raced in the Northwest for many years. It has not been restored, rather it has been meticulously cared for and even has its original lettering on the hull sides. It is a double cockpit configuration.
72 Feet 1938 Sparkman and Stephens Sailing Yawl
The legendary Sparkman and Stephens racing yacht Baruna is available. Last seen trading tacks with Bolero on San Francisco Bay.Baruna is one of the worlds most famous racing yachts:twice winner of the Newport to Bermuda Race and an able competitor in The Big Boat Series in San Francisco.She is an elagant yacht with extensive refits, yet still having all her original hardware including the first coffee grinder winches ever built by Barient.Baruna is awondeful contender for Antigua and the European Classic Regatta. Own a piece of yacht racing history
16 Feet 1975 Jersey Speed Skiff
This is a nice jersey skiff that needs only a new owner. Boat is solid and ready to run. Has only a few cosmetic defects. Was in the water running strong in August of 2014
20 Feet 1962 Ames Brothers Performance Ski Boat
The Ames Brothers were a pair of Port Carling cottage builders who, during the off season, built custom wooden boats. This example was built in 1962 and follows the lines of the popular Rayson Craft wooden ski boats. She was originally powered with a 426 cubic inch Chrysler wedge engine. She has been totally restored and sports a fresh finish and new upholstery. The boat has been repowered with a 496 cubic inch, blown Chevy engine. Give your friends a real thrill ride in this 74 HP racer!
16 Feet 1953 Harold Seaman Speed Skiff
This is a 1953 and is one of two known examples of Inboard Speed Skiffs built by Harold "Pappy" Seaman, the man who originated the concept of a Jersey Speed Skiff. It presently has a 305 Chevy engine. BW Velvet Drive, Aluminum exhaust manifolds. All ribs have been replaced and the bottom two planks on both sides replaced. There is a full deck cover, and while the trailer looks pretty bad, it is in excellent shape and only needs a coat of paint.
20 Feet 2010 Custom Gentleman's Racer
This boat gives new meaning to the word stunning. Built in the traditional Muskoka style, reminiscent of its Greavette and Ditchburn counterparts. Handcrafted over a 7 year period, working nights and weekends. This 20 foot Racer is powered by a 350 cu. in. Mercruiser 350 hp Fuel Injected Black Scorpion engine. With many personalized upgrades and hardware castings that were first carved from wood, this boat is one of a kind and must be seen to be believed. It has custom cast fittings and is constructed with the finest wood.
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