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| ||ID||Boat Description||Price (USD)||Picture|
|38423||16 Feet 1946 Century Utility||$25,000|
|1946 marked the beginning of Century's "Victory Fleet". When production started back up after WWII, the 1946 models were limited to materials that were available at the time. The company focused on smaller models, ranging from the 15 foot Sea Maid to the 17 foot Standard Utility. This 16 foot utility is a great example of Century's early post-war production. She was comprehensively restored in 1998 and has been very well maintained since. Powered by its original Gray Marine 4-75 engine, she moves along well and is a great little package! Under single ownership since 1987.|
|38422||1929 Kermath Model-200 Engine||$4,000|
|Offered for sale is a complete 1929 Kermath Model-200 engine as well as a 1927 Kermath Model-150 for parts. Between the two engines, there should be enough parts to have a functional Model-200. The 200 is a complete engine, but with one bad cylinder. The cylinder bank from the 150 engine is identical and in good condition, making a suitable replacement. Offered at a very reasonable price! |
|38420||1935 Wilson/Volker Twin-Cam Racing Engine||$40,000|
|This engine is the last surviving motor from the Wilson family of Ingersoll, Ontario and the Muskoka Lakes region. The Wilsons campaigned Miss Canada racing boats very successfully in the 1930s and 40s. This twin cam Racing engine was built and tested by renowned racing mechanic Charles Volker in 1935, but was outlawed by a Canadian Boating Federation (CBF) rule change before it could be campaigned in Little Miss Canada VI. It is therefore in remarkable original condition. This one-of-a-kind piece of Canadian racing history would make a wonderful addition to a private collector's display.|
|38419||ca. 1912 Sterling B-3 Engine||$5,000|
|The Sterling Engine Company of Buffalo, NY built very high quality marine engines during the first half of the 20th Century. While few exist today, this Model B-3 appears complete and rotates freely, making it a good candidate for restoration for display or use in your early launch. The exhaust manifold will need a welding repair but all other parts of the engine appear sound.|
|38418||20 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sportsman||$32,000|
|This boat has been extensively renovated. The varnish was taken down to the bare wood approx. 6 years ago...any transom or other planks that required replacement were done. The boat was then given 7 coats of varnish and is beautiful.
The "ceiling" was removed in 2016 stripped to bare wood and revarnished with 7 coats as well as the floor being taken up and recovered with nautilex. Additionally that same year the bilge was painted and the bottom was repainted and any imperfections dealt with. The steering wheel has been refurbished as well..
The engine was replaced with a new GM 283/350 V* engine. The engine was built by Van Ness engineering. The engine was installed by Spenser Boats in Saranac Lake. The fuel tank has a 2micron fuel filter.
The bottom is a 5200 epoxy bottom and the boat has been dry sailed for the last 5 summers. |
|38417||25 Feet 1963 Shepherd Express Cruiser||offers please|
|I got this to make a playhouse for my grandkids. Then after some research I realized that it is a treasured boat when restored. It is in rough condition but everything seems to be there including the drive train. I think it would be best if it was saved rather than scrapped as I realize that these boats are treasured by folks who appreciate Antique and Classic boats.|