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|31777||-- Feet 1925 Dodge Brothers Marine Engine||$6,000|
|They don't get any rarer than this, a four cylinder marine engine made by the Dodge Bros. It is not known what boat this came out of but this is the same block that Dodge used in their 1926 cars and was adapted for marine use. The engine is intact but does not turn over. A truly unique engine that should be is someones collection.|
|28170||16 Feet 1933 Dodge Model 301 Utility||$10,000|
|This is the only 1933 Model 301 Dodge utility that exists in the world. This boat has won several top awards, including the Tahoe Concours and the ACBS International Boat Show award. Restoration by Dodge Boat Owners Association President, Dave Triano. The boat comes with full leather-bound documentation of the restoration, the original Dodge Boat Company advertisement, the original Lycoming engine manual, four custom canvas boat bags, handwoven cotton fenders & lines and a custom fitted canvas show cover. This is a beautiful one of a kind Dodge boat. A great addition to any serious collectors boathouse.|
|27731||16 Feet 1934 Dodge Runabout||$32,500|
|1934 Dodge 16’ Runabout. Amazing original with mermaid, Many awards, Museum Quality 92 points at Clayton National Meet. 45hp UAB Lycoming. Custom trailer & cover. Extra spares included.
|28686||16 Feet 1935 Dodge Model 101||$10,000|
|This is a rare 16' Dodge Model 101, hull # 132 with original Dodge engine. This varnished model was only produced in 1935 and 36. Engine has new Babbitt and bearings, still needs oil pump installed. Boat is in very good condition, not run since restoration.
|27386||19 Feet 1934 Dodge Model 110A||$15,000|
|Last in the water in 1992. Motor was winterized before storage. This is a great running boat and rides as advertised. She was originally on Lake George, traded in on another boat, and was then stored for years at the dealer. When the dealer went out of business, the inventory of boats were sold at auction. The current owner purchased the boat in 1983-84. It was put in on the Great Sacandaga Lake in the town of Day, and was used every weekend and vacation for the next 5 or 6 years. In that time while trailering it to a show, a bottom board and the chine broke. All the chines were then replaced, a small section of keel and only the boards that were damaged on the bottom. The sub floor of the triple V bottom was replaced with 1/4" plywood west system, in place of the 1/4" mahogany. She was then used on Long Lake, NY for 2 years. The boat was then put away in a barn with wooded floors until 2007.
|31721||19 Feet 1936 Dodge Double Cockpit Runabout||$29,000|
|This pretty 19' Dodge runabout is a very original boat and has been well kept since restoration in the early 1990's. She has been used sparingly and shows very well. Brightwork, chrome, and upholstery all in nice condition. Gray Marine Phantom 225 powerplant is tidy and the original gauge cluster is still in place! This is a wonderful example of Horace Dodge's work and would be the perfect addition to a collector's fleet. A recent comprehensive marine survey is available for serious parties. Complete with a custom fitted cover. |
|36502||20 Feet 1929 Dodge Watercar Runabout||$29,000|
|Completely restored with west bottom and topsides, new decks, transom, upholstery, fuel tank, wire and chrome. Rebuilt original 0 hour Universal Six by Mark Wilson Brant Lake N.Y. Rare boat in excellent condition. Tandem trailer included.|
|37951||21'6 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout||$189,000|
|One of the rarest and most elegant examples of Horace Dodge's boatbuilding history - the model 21A features a sleek sheerline, dual folding v-windshields, Duesenberg steering wheel, and Cord shifter. Approximately 5 of these 21A models are known to exist today and this is one of two known to exist with its original Lycoming 125hp straight-8 engine! Purchased from a private collection where the boat had been stored for 40 years. Originally purchased and used in the Muskoka region of Ontario. She has recently gone through a comprehensive 4,000 hour restoration and is absolutely stunning! |
|37815||22.5 Feet 1924 Dodge Watercar||$125,000|
|The seller bought the boat in 1990. Pryor to that it had been sitting in storage for over 25 years. He had Boyd’s Boats do the restoration of the boat. The sides decks and bottom are all original. The bottom is very thick wood and in amazing condition for its age. Boyd’s did new interior staving panels, rebuilt some of the seat frames, did a full refinish and went through the whole boat. They do have receipts and pictures of all the work. The engine was also rebuilt although not the original engine for the boat. The work was done in 2001. The seller used the boat for the first couple of years and since it has sat in storage. |
|38013||25 Feet 1930 Dodge Watercar||$75,000|
|A rare 1930 Dodge Watercar which was restored in the 1980's and used lightly. All hardware is correct and original to the boat. The boat is powered by a original and correct 1930 Lycoming 8 cylinder engine offering 125 HP. The boat is now ready for cosmetics ( stripped and varnish) and to be enjoyed by a new owner. It has sat for many years in storage and should be back in the water.|
|37415||26 Feet 1931 Dodge Split Cockpit Runabout||$50,000|
|The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today! |
|38014||28 Feet 1930 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout||$250,000|
|Believed to be the ONLY 28 foot Dodge Runabout to exist with an original 12 cylinder Lycoming engine from the Dodge Boat and Plane Company of New port News, Virginia. The brief but notable career of Dodge Boats is well documented in Tony Mollica's book on Dodge and very few of these boats are still known to exist. A fabulous boat for the collector in all of us. The boat will require varnish in the near future and the engine should come out so to clean and paint the engine compartment. The epoxy bottom is in good condition and the boat will survey out very well as it is structurally sound and tight.|