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22 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet
Early Cadet Hull number 1087. Owned by seller since 1980. Seller is well known restorer and this is one of his personal boats. This boat is fully restored with 5200 bottom, all new sides and decks, new gas tank, and interior. The boat is very original with all original gauges, chrome and engine. Boat has always been boat house kept. Comes with newer waterline cover. Boat was last in the water is 2020.
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
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
An outstanding example of a well cared-for classic; the Coronado is a very practical and enjoyable boat to own. Special attention to preserve originality throughout. Original white vinyl flooring, dash & instruments. Original desirable Chrysler 413 with freshly rebuilt Velvet Drive transmission. New interior by retired Century staff in 1984. Full hull restoration in 2010 with all structural repairs and 5200 bottom - including new planking and hard racing copper bronze paint. Column throttle modified prior to 1983, but very practical. Full Sunbrella "waterline" canvas storage cover. Original accessory transom ladder and spotlight. Boat never stored in water - always under-cover and on a lift. Trailer older but fully serviceable. Hull #M61-161. Same owner since 1983 and very well care-for.
14' Feet 1962 Michigan Fiberglass
This was a full restoration and is fully documented in 6 videos on the Lake n Sea web site. We have enjoyed the boat for 2 summers now since completion but have other project boats to make room for. Displayed at 2 ACBS shows and won best non-wood and best fiber classic. Seacast stringers and transom, composite floor, glass and body work as needed, interlux primer and perfection finish. Interior sprayed with Zolatone splatter paint and clear coat. Chrome plating by Graves in AL. Stainless dash insert and matching set of Airguide gauges. Steering wheel refinished and new upholstery with vintage pattern. Merc 500 was tuned and refinished. Heavy jack plate fabricated for long shaft use. Super Gator trailer was dismantled, media blasted, powder coated and assembled with stainless hardware. All documented on the videos. $19,750 OBO
25’ 10” Feet 1947 Original Design
‘Chub’, originally ‘Trio Dee’, is truly one of a kind! She was built in 1947 by L.E. (Earl) Fowler at Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Washington. She was built of reclaimed Port Orford cedar and oak. It would seem that the builder combined ideas and plans of different boats but it’s a bit unclear. The following is a direct quote from Earl Fowler found in a letter to Tom Thompson. “ I looked at all the designs in how to build 20 boats. It made me want to work again. At a quick glance ‘Serene’ resembles Chub but her plans were published in Rudder magazine in 1946, by a great lakes man named Wycough. There was just a picture and a table of offsets. A half section, the rest was all mine.” In 1958 she was sold to a marine surveyor in the SF Bay Area where she still resides today. Around 1969 Tom Thompson took possession and renamed her ‘Chub’ after a fish with a belly that resembles her hull. Tom owned her for 30 years. Afterward, she changed hands many times in 12 year period. I came into possession Halloween a 2012. Chub has been registered and active upon the water her entire life. She has been greatly cared for by numerous owners, myself being one of them. It is with great sadness that I create this post, it is so difficult to let her go. So much blood, sweat, and tears, and so much joy and laughter. Unfortunately, 2020 changed everything, and so it must be. Chub is a magical little boat and her story is long and wonderful, but for the sake of this posting I’ll keep it to the vitals. She’s a great all-around vessel for fishing, socializing, and towing. • Refastened below the waterline with stainless in 2000. • Hauled in 2014- bottom job, new prop, and Cutlass bearing. •. Hauled in 2017- bottom job, recaulked seams and re-powered. • Repowered in 2017 with a Volvo penta MD 17 C, 3cyl diesel w/low hours, excellent compression. Has awesome hydraulic drive. Plenty of extra parts- belts, filters, clamps, pumps, etc. • Raw water cooled but has had heat exchanger in the past. • New batteries, charger, bilge pump and float switch. Although her bilge has always been dry. • Wheel is from the USS Oregon, has wonderful little gypsy wood burning stove, and plenty of extra parts, fasteners and period pieces. As we all know a wooden boat’s work is never done, rather it’s an ongoing love affair. I’m looking for Chub’s new romance, the next situation, the next person or group of people that will keep her alive and moving about the water. And with that I leave you with another quote from Earl to Tom, “ I have built a number of boats for myself but Helen and I enjoyed Trio Dee/Chub more than all the others”. Any interested parties should feel free to contact me for further information.
18 Feet 1932 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
The 18-foot split cockpit runabout was Gar Wood's answer to declining sales of his larger triple-cockpit boats during the Great Depression. The prototype of the new model was displayed at the National Boat Show in New York City in 1932, and "Que Sara" was one of 43 boats ordered at the show and the twenty-fifth hull built that year. Delivered to a Gar Wood dealer in Boston, she spent many decades on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, along the way receiving a more powerful Chrysler Super Crown 150. She arrived in the Thousand Islands in Upstate New York in 2002. A thorough upgrade in 2003 included two replaced bottom planks, refreshed paint and varnish, and new upholstery. "Que Sara" is in top condition and ready for a new owner to take her to her 100th birthday!
30 Feet 1991 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
A great example of a contemporary 30 foot Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit runabout. She has been under single ownership for the last 20 years and maintained to a very high degree. Equipped with a walk-thru between the first and second cockpits for ease of use while adding a social element to her design. The bottom was replaced by Hacker Craft in 2013 and a bow thruster was also added at this time. In the Spring of 2017, she was completely stripped and refinished. Boathouse-kept on a lift during the summer months. A custom trailer is also included. This triple is in fantastic condition and needs nothing!
22 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sportsman
Excellent opportunity to acquire a solid boat that could be used as is or restored to its original condition by the new owner. Bottom needs repair at the keel. Sides and transom overall in fair condition. Original chrome. Upholstery in good condition. Newer trailer in excellent condition and full cover. Engine compression test good. Boat has been in covered storage for approximately 5+ years.
17 Feet 1948 Century Resorter
This 1948 Century Resorter has had a full restoration done to her not too long ago (approximately 3 years) and has only had just a hand full hours since. The boat was given a new 5200 bottom, new sides and decks along with a new transom. Completely re wired, gauges have been restored, all the hardware has been re chromed along with all new upholstery, full water line mooring cover, Gray Marine "Phantom Six 125hp" dual carb engine has been completely rebuilt and she is sitting on a Ryan trailer that was built specifically to the boat. The boat is ready to take her new captain & crew out for an adventures.
21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri
Copperhead, a 1955 21 foot Chris Craft Capri with Hemi engine (reportedly only 6 built with the Hemi). The boat is restored to better than original. 5200 laminated side and deck with all original wood. 5200 bottom. Mahogany ceiling planks and mahogany dash. Hemi engine rebuilt at 300 hp. Instruments, carbs, generator, water pump, and voltage regulator all rebuilt. New wiring harness. New aluminum fuel tank with electric fuel pump and water separator. New propeller shaft and propeller. New rudder (larger than original for more responsive steering). Seat springs replaced with foam for cruising comfort. The original propeller, rudder, mechanical fuel pump and copper fuel lines will go with the boat.The boat is kept in a covered boat house on Lake Dora, Tavares, FL and is available for inspection and a run around the lake. Original Chrysler Hemi shop manuals included.
29 ft Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser
Maggie is Hull #5 (the last) of the 29ft series. Purchased in 1987. Many upgrades and repairs over the years but she now requires the original keel and bottom to be replaced. The boat is complete with original hardware and running engines. She was last shown at the 2018 Manotick Classic Boat Club Show in Rideau Ferry, ON with picture on their Facebook page.
19 Feet 2004 Simon Fletcher Runabout
RARE and ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS MAHOGANY RUNABOUT. Built in 2004/05 by renowned Pacific Northwest wooden boat builder Simon Fletcher. All the beauty and class of a 1930/40’s classic with only a fraction of the maintenance and troubles. A true work of art. Powered by a modern closed-cooled Volvo Penta fuel injected naturally aspirated V6 producing 225hp. Glassed over bottom eliminates the annual pre-soaking required for those old Chris-Crafts. Always kept under cover fully protected by a new (2021) Sunbrella Supreme to the waterline custom boat cover when not being enjoyed by her proud owners. She looks like new. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to own this beauty. Mr Fletcher only built a total of 52 of these boats in his long career. This is hull number 51. Learn more about Simon Fletcher and his creations here https://www.seattlepi.com/business/article/Works-of-art-float-out-of-shop-1142673.php Top quality EZ-Loader trailer in excellent condition is included in the sale.
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.
23' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental
Owner purchased boat out of a storage barn in 1998 where it had been for approximately 20 years. Boat has been stripped to wood twice - in 1998 and 2018 - and all plank screws replaced in 2018. New bottom planks in 2010. Traditional bottom otherwise requires soaking. Very desirable motor has just been reinstalled after rebuild. Boat will top at over 45mph with 10 adults seated on the calm waters of Lake Pend Oreille. Gauges rebuilt about 10 years ago. Owner getting too old to climb in and out and seriously considering a pontoon boat.
18 Feet 1953 Lyman Islander
A very popular and practical model, the 18' Lyman Islander features a dual side-steer configuration with lots of interior space. The current owner purchased the boat in 2011 and began the restoration, but moved on to other projects. She has been garage-kept and the sides have been braced to maintain shape. Boat is apart but everything is there in varying stages of restoration. Mahogany pieces are all serialized. Hull has a few areas that need attention but otherwise very solid. Gray Marine 100 motor will need a little work to get running.
28' Feet 1966 Lyman Sports Express Cruiser
This is a 100% complete and original Lyman Sports Express that needs some cosmetic and minor structural work to make it perfect. The floor boards are soft and should be replaced but all other wood appears OK. Superstructure needs varnish and refinish. Hull sides and bottom are good but need to be painted. Interior cabin spaces need freshening but are in otherwise good condition. Boat can be seen during normal hours by appointment; contact Antique Boat America (800-675-4089) to set up a showing. This boat is offered at a very reasonable price and will make a good winter project without breaking the bank.
20 Feet 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility
A Canadian classic, this 1957 Greavette Deluxe Utility features a "no-soak" bottom and a complete cosmetic renewal in the past few months. She was stripped and re-varnished, her floor and sidewalls cleaned and her upholstery replaced in a close-match to her original 2-tine dove blue and cream interior. Her 135 HP Buchanan engine (with a closed-loop cooling system) has a re-built carburator, new points/condenser/sparks/wires, and a new battery. She sports port-side steering, all period-style gauges, a cool, raked transom and art-deco inspired hardware. Bimini top and nicely fitted trailer included.
18' Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Riviera
Mostly original-condition 1952 Riviera with a "no-soak," bottom for easy maintenance. Major restoration in 2001 included complete caulking and inside-and-out epoxy sealing of the bottom, sanding and fresh varnish on the tops and sides, re-upholstered seats in hunter green, and overhaul of the original 131 HP KBL straight-six engine and three carburetors. Added new gas tank and fuel lines thereafter. The boat and engine have less than 2 hours of run-time since the major work 20 years ago! Both boat and trailer have been stored in a climate-controlled garage.
17 Feet 1968 Century Resorter
This is the Last wooden resorter to leave the Century Boat Company. This is verified by the hull number and and through the century boat club. This boat features a complete restoration including a 5200 bottom done to the waterline, hull sides were stripped and refinished to perfection. The front deck is Vinyl which has been replaced, the beck Deck is wood and has been stripped and refinished with caulk seams as shown in the pictures. All Upholstery and chrome has been redone. Features a custom dash board with Faria Antique Style Gauges as well as a custom cutwater make this boat really stunning. The Interceptor V8 has been rebuilt and has 120 hours and is now over 400 HP. Comes with a full waterline mooring cover and a custom built Eagle Trailer. This boat is stunning, fast, original and is the last of the woodies.
21 Feet 1988 Century Coronado
An excellent Century Coronado with relatively low hours. Engine runs great, the boat is in need of some cosmetics. The floor is soft. Double axel trailer included with new tires and winch. Includes and bimini, tonneau, and mooring cover.
16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat
One of only 250 Chris Craft 16' Ski Boats and only built for the 1962 production year. This example is very original but has been nicely restored. Her original 283cid Chris Craft engine has been rebuilt and has very low hours. Original gold and aligator tolex interior, original Nautolex flooring. The bottom is in very good condition and very clean, as-pictured. The fuel tank has been replaced with an aluminum tank as well. This is a very tidy example that has been in the water for the 2021 season.
15 Feet 1953 Lyman Runabout
Fully restored 1953 Lyman Runabout Boat 15ft 18HP 1957 Fastwin Evinrude. Looks great, runs great! Perfect for swimming, fishing and cruising. Includes refurbished trailer, new seat cushions, refurbished 6 gallon day tank, new paint and original decals on the motor box.
22 Feet 1946 Hacker Craft Utility
A beautiful example built by Hacker Craft in 1946, this 22 Utility model has been nicely restored and maintained to a high degree. 3M 5200 no-soak bottom, Chrysler Royal straight-8 cylinder engine with low hours, Paragon hydraulic transmission, maintained by Van Dam boats. Very practical s-cockpit design with 2/3 second seat ahead of the engine. Iva Lite spotlight. A custom tandem axle trailer is also included.
26 Feet 1967 Lyman Sleeper
A popular and practical model, the Lyman Sleeper is spacious and great for entertaining in any weather. This example was totally restored in 2011 and also features a 350 Mercruiser Ski Magnum enigne that was installed at the time of restoration. A custom-built Searra tandem axle trailer is included in the sale. Equipped with custom bimini top and side curtains.
19 Feet 1976 Century Arabian
This 19' Century Arabian was finished just last year and is ready for a new home. -Recently restored, with all receipts. -Blueprinted, built out Chrysler 440 engine with about 60 hours on it. -Engine was upgraded and Dyno’s at 475 hp to the fly wheel, with 555 ft-lbs of torque. Built by AMS racing. All receipts and specs available. -15k in engine receipts alone. -Brand new upholstery -Synthetic teak flooring -Brand new subflooring/stringers -New instruments -New steering system -New throttle -Bluetooth stereo Too much to list -Clean CA title for Boat and Trailer -Needs rudder to be repaired, slightly bent -Needs new electric choke
18' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday
For Sale 1955, 18ft Chris Craft Holiday H-18-091. The boat was renovated in 2015 (2011-2015). Damaged ribs were replaced with White Oak, and hull with Mahogany. The motor was replaced with a 260 HP MerCruiser, new transmission and drive shaft. The instruments have been replaced to fit the new engine. Extras include the original gear driven tachometer and oil gage. Deck hardware is all original. The bottom is a swell bottom (boat needs to sit in water for the wood to swell). The boat has been in the water being used on the Congamond Lakes for the last 5 years.
22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Hardtop Utility
Completely restored with new 5200 bottom done by Resort Boat Shop in Coure D'laene Idaho. New custom built trailer, custom waterline cover. She has been repowered with a Gray Marine Fireball 140 which pushes the boat along nicely.
22 Feet 1937 W.J. Johnston Triple Cockpit Runabout
Built by W.J. "Billy" Johnston in 1937, this 22 footer features a triple cockpit design. Johnston is best-known for inventing the Disappearing Propeller Boat (Dispro) and went on to build a handful of boats in his own shop each year. Mahogany planking over white oak frames. This is an older restoration that has seen regular use until recent years. The bottom was painted 2 years ago and varnish was freshened up 5 years ago. Always maintained as-need. Transom frames, stem, many bottom planks, and transom previously replaced. The original Kermath engine runs well and has good compression. The boat has lived in a boathouse for the last 25+ years, so no trailer is included.
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