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|39537||16 Feet 1901 Electric Fan Tail Launch||$12,000|| |
|This is a one of a kind Electric Launch built in Mallets Bay, Vermont. The boat is made of Cedar and steam bent Oak ribs. It has Mahogany decking and the gunnels are quarter sawn oak. The floor and benches are all mahogany. This boat has been exceptionally well kept for over 100 years and is now ready for a new custodian.
The boat is being offered at a very fair price and will make a fantastic addition in your collection or at your dock.|
|39536||12 Feet 1939-1950 Peterborough Canoe Company||$3,000|| |
|Own a piece of Canadian history! Rarely seen Peterborough Canoe Company 12 foot cedar strip boat built sometime between the years 1939 to 1950. Boat was seldom used and kept in closed storage for the past 40 years. This boat is in excellent condition and a fine example of a well known Canadian builder. Included are the set of original oars in great shape.
All floor boards, ribs, planking are in excellent state with no wood rot (wet or dry). All original serial numbers are visible: 1487 ser. 1735.
|39535||16' 6" Feet 1962 Thompson Tomboy||$6,000|| |
|1962 Thompson “Tom Boy” 16’ Wooden Classic Boat: This is a rare boat show model #477, serial #20919 with a 1960 Johnson 75HP outboard motor and a 1962 Gator trailer with power winch (1999) and spare tire. It comes with a canopy top and full canvas cover. It is 100% original (sides and bottom refinished), one-owner, never in salt water, stored full time indoors. Very good-excellant condition.
This is a lapstrake hull design with a beam of 6’7”. It has a 2” by 41/2” solid oak keel with an oak 1” x 4” on each side to begin the laps. Each lap is screwed to the previous with brass screws every 2” apart on lower laps and 2 ½” toward the top laps. Trim and Deck is Mahogany. The boat features a curved glass windshield and is fitted with a custom convertible top. This boat was the first Thompson to use “Ride-guide” steering which is a single cable motor control. It has dual lever remote controls. The sides and bottom have been refinished.
This boat was specially built by the Thompson Boat Co. as their 1962 show boat. It was used as a Christmas window display at the Kinn Marine in Oconomowoc, WI and at various area boat shows. It was purchased from Kinn Marine, April 1962 and stayed on Wisconsin lakes and rivers until the early 1990’s when it moved to Ocala, FL. At one time (in the 1990’s) it was part of the Sunnyland Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and traveled to inland Florida freshwater events. It has never been in salt water.
|39534||17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout ||$65,000|
|This gorgeous 1942 17 Foot Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout boat was completely redone (except the bottom that was done by previous owner) in 2016. It won best in show at Lake Arrowhead . It won 2nd place at the Lake Tahoe Concourse d' Elegance twice.|
|39533||20' Feet 1971 Glasspar (Larson Industries)||$7,900|
|This boat is in beautiful, original condition. Always stored in a boathouse or shed. The original upholstery is flawless. Low hours. Engine and outdrive were serviced last year, after boat went unused for several years. Holley carburetor was rebuilt and both water pumps replaced. Motor is in excellent running condition and is presently winterized. Have the original Mercruiser Owner's Manual. Cabin has a V-berth, port-a-potty, and ice box. The top is showing its age. Zipper on rear curtain is ripped.|