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31 Feet 1968 ChrisCraft

• Boathouse kept: hull and gel coat in excellent condition. Fresh water, since new. No stress cracks or osmotic-blistering, high gloss original gel coat. Hull and topsides polished and waxed annually along with bottom paint. Repowered with 350 CI SB Chevrolet marine long blocks replacing original 327F Chris Craft Engines. Engine transmissions fluids and filters change yearly. Approximately 400 hrs. Electronic Delco EST marine distributors, high output coils. Updated marine alternators with internal voltage regulators. New mechanical fuel pumps 2023. Original CC tachometers/hour meters converted to electronic by Kocian marine gauges. Original shunt amp meters converted to volt meters by Kocian marine gauges. Numerous engine spare parts, including spare Carter AFB carburetor. Fuel tanks are in excellent condition, with no sediment issues Running gear. Spare set of propellers reconditioned 2023. Fiberglass shaft logs rebuilt. New stainless-steel shafts, and couplings. New Buck Algonquin self-aligning stuffing boxes custom machined. Rudder linkages serviced and rebuilt eliminated steering play. Bennett Marine trim tabs, new helm joystick. Rebuilt port P-31 Paragon transmission 2022. Also replaced reverse brake band. Parts purchased/included for starboard Paragon P-31 transmission if needed. Cockpit canvas side curtains and front cabin window canvas. Windless/anchor remote helm control. Electronics: Garmin GPS, Garmin fish finder, VHF DSC radio with hailer. Radio/DSC GPS and fish finder data communication network. Fireboy fume detector. Richie compass. Interior: Excellent condition. New upholstery with foam: V-berth, dinette, and couch. New heavy lined custom curtains. Ice box converted with 110VAC compressor. Updated pressurized water system, galley, and head. Hot water tank. Electric head (rebuilt 2023) with 20 gal holding tank. Accessories: Life jackets, Fenders & Dock Lines, Anchor and Anchor Line/Windless, 30-Amp power cord. Documentation: Original sales brochure and owner warranty agreement. Manuals electrical drawings. Factory build sheet full document package from Mariners Museum Va.

14 ft Feet 1956 Yellow Jacket

This boat was my father's gift to himself after he graduated from Notre Dame. We used to take this boat to New Hampshire every year until we moved to CO in 1972. Since then it has only been in the water a handful of times and the last time was in 1988. 1956 Mahogany panel boat and 1956 Mastercraft trailer. This boat has always been garaged. It has not been in the water or towed since 1988. This boat will need a full refinish/restore before being sea worthy. Yellow Jacket boats were crafted in Dennison, TX. The motor is a 1956 Mercury 55 (40 hp). It has also not been started since 1988. My father and I last had this boat in the water and it ran beautifully at that time, although there was a slight leak in the transom. Be the next owner of this beautiful collector boat. You will need to flatbed this boat and trailer, The trailer has not had maintenance since 1988 and I would imagine the wheel bearings will need to be cleaned and repacked. The rubber on the tires is at least 35 years old. I have the original sale paperwork from when my father bought the boat new. The boat is located in Colorado Springs 1956 Mahogany panel boat and 1956 Mastercraft trailer. This boat has always been garaged. It has not been in the water or towed since 1988. This boat will need a full refinish/restore before being sea worthy. Yellow Jacket boats were crafted in Dennison, TX. The motor is a 1956 Mercury 55 (40 hp). It has also not been started since 1988. My father and I last had this boat in the water and it ran beautifully at that time, although there was a slight leak in the transom. Be the next owner of this beautiful collector boat. You will need to flatbed this boat and trailer, The trailer has not had maintenance since 1988 and I would imagine the wheel bearings will need to be cleaned and repacked. The rubber on the tires is at least 35 years old. I have many more pictures and the original sale paperwork from when my father bought the boat new. The boat is located in Colorado Springs

15 Feet 1959 Custom Pacific Surfrider

1959 Antique Boat with Fins and Brake Lights! - $8,990 (Portland) Classic Antique Wooden 1959 Pacific Surfrider with red fins like an old Sunbeam with functioning LED brake lights (they are always on). A true rare find, this boat receives “nice boat! & thumbs ups!” all day long (and usually a comment such as: “My Dad had a …..”). She was made in Salem Oregon in 1959 and spent her life in a garage in and on Detroit Lake. The bottom was just completely restored last year. She has a near new 2018 40 HP Suzuki motor (w/ auto trim from throttle) with very few (verifiable) hours on it. She was out of the water for nearly the last two years for restoration. I am verifiably the third owner as I have the sales receipts (framed) for the two sales. It comes with the original trailer, steering wheel and a new depth finder (and much more). The upholstery was just redone, a custom-made maroon canvas cover that covers the fins to a tee and keeps 100% of the water out when covered. and the bottom is painted red like a pair of Louboutin Shoes. She got a new plywood bottom using west system epoxy along with fiberglass. This is a no soak boat that doesn't leak a drop. Along with the new bottom, bottom paint, side paint and 4 additional coats of varnish on the bright work, she has a new outer keel, new outer stem, and most of the inner stem was also replaced. All the new wood has been coated in Smith's penetrating epoxy and then coated with a minimum of 3 coats of varnish over the top. The transom has been beefed up to carry the weight of the engine. Also, the engine was totally gone through and serviced this last spring. Serious inquiries only (and request drone action videos). $8,990.00 (the new motor and the restoration cost me more than that!). You may have just found a new friend… She is fun…

19 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Racing Runabout

In 1948 Chris Craft introduced their 19 Foot Racing Runabout. The boats were built to go fast and had larger engines which produced more speed. The boat was a hit and Chris Craft made a total of 503 of them during the time from 1948 through to 1954. This is a beautiful Chris Craft Racing Runabout - Hull # 229. I have owned the boat since May of 2007. Since obtaining the boat I have had a 5200 Bottom put on the boat by a well known restorer. This boat was purchased from a boat broker in Minnesota, delivered to Idaho and underwent a professional keel-up restoration from Retro Natique in Bear Lake, Idaho over the course of several years. She was used extensively in Jackson Lake and Palisades Lake near Jackson Hole, Wyoming until being moved to Newport Beach, California in 2015. The boat was originally equipped with a KBL 131 HP triple carburetors which is the reason for the chrome bubble on the hatches. The broker in Minnesota re-powered the boat with a Chevy 350. In July of 2019, a new Chevy 350 motor was ordered from JEGS in Columbus, Ohio and shipped to California where is was modified for marine use and professionally installed. The Chevy motor is new, dependable and easy to get parts for. She has been shown at the Lake Arrowhead boat show as well as the Balboa Yacht Club Wooden Boat Festival and always turns heads and attracts a big crowd. She has been stored on a trailer and always covered. The boat comes with all of the lines/ropes, life vests, paddles, and “boat gear” and is a “turn key” boat.In 1948 Chris Craft introduced their 19 foot Racing Runabout and made a total of 503 by the time they stopped production in 1954. This Racing Runabout is Hull # 229. I purchased the boat from Mitch Lapointe in 2007 and had the boat professionally restored - keel up restoration using the finest materials. in 2019 the boat received a brand new Chevy 350 from JEGGS of Columbus, Ohio that was installed by one of the boat mechanics recommended by Antique Boat America. In addition to the new motor, the bottom was professionally re-painted in 2019. The boat has been featured in several boat shows turn heads everywhere. Wicked is a "turn-key" boat and comes with all of the lines, life vests, paddles, and necessary boat gear so you can use the boat immediately and make new and lasting memories.

19' Feet 1993 Simon Fletcher

Fletcher Boats capture the classic lines and romance of the speed liner era of the 1940’s & 50’s and with an appreciation towards modern technology. Built in 1993, Encore is a rare gem and a real head turner. Located in the Seattle area and offered at $32,500 with trailer and boat covers. Built by long time classic speedboat craftsman, Simon Fletcher of Port Angeles, “We have created a special product which appeal to special people from various walks of life. Our customers range from doctors, Hollywood directors, corporation executives, restaurateurs and independent business owners to those who simply appreciate fine craftsman and the pleasure ownership provides.” Encore is solid Honduras mahogany planks laminated over African multi-ply on Honduras frames, on white oak chines and keel. All fastenings are stainless and silicon bronze. Traditional white cocked deck seams with accent king plank & covering board. The finish is twelve coats of Epifane varnish. Encore has a new in-water boat cover, fresh batteries, water pump and recent oil change. We replaced her aluminum rub rail with solid stainless, insulated her engine compartment and accessed additional storage area forward. • Construction: Plank on frame • Materials: Mahogany over white oak • Propulsion: 140 hp Ford Kodiak Gas Marine engine • Halon automatic Fire extinguisher • Full engine and running instrumentation • Full running gear, anchor and running lights • Tonneau cover for each cockpit • EZ Loader trailer is included, with new tires and a full boat cover for transport

32 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Sea Skiff - Special Order

The ultimate entertaining and day-boat! Dancing Feather was custom ordered from Chris Craft with a wider, 11'6" beam by her original owners of 33 years in Wisconsin. Purchased by her current owners in 1999, she went through a full 2.5 year restoration by Frank M. Weeks Yacht Yard in Patchogue, NY. Relaunched in 2002 and primarily used along the Long Island Sound. Professionally serviced annually by Rainbow Marine Center, Babylon, NY. All original brochures, order forms, and maintenance records available. Recent updates include: repower with twin 5.7L 235hp Marine Power V8 engines 2018, 16x15 3 blade props (spares included) and stainless steel shafts, new aluminum fuel tanks 2014, all new hoses and fuel lines, new batteries 2015 (12V DC system w/helm rocker & breaker switches), original gauges restored 2018, Garmin GPS 2017, new steering 2022. .Cabinet sink top at cockpit area, 15 gallon fresh water tank., fresh water wash down. Raritan-type head in enclosed forward section with holding tank & deck pump out. Seating: helm seat; Custom solid mahogany bench seat across transom with cushions; Custom mahogany dinette table and seating with cushions. V-Berth forward with cushions. Navy blue Bimini canvas top plus matching full mooring cover. Custom teak swim platform added in 2021. This boat has been very special to her current owners and many updates have been carefully planned and completed.

19 Feet 1945 Gar Wood Commander

“We Three” has been a fixture on Long Lake in the Adirondacks since she was delivered to the original owner, WA Raney in April 1946. After the passing of Mr. Raney, his daughter sold the Gar Wood to Dr. and Mrs. Shelly in April 1996 and she remains on Long Lake to this day. She won numerous boat shows from South Carolina and North Carolina. The Clayton Boat show, is where she won Best preserved, Best Gar Wood and a few “Best of show”. This Gar Wood is about as original as any boat one can find other than some of the upholstery which was really beginning to show some wear. All the wood on her, including her bottom, is original. One might wonder when looking at her due to the lighter “sapwood” which is found on her forward port side, but that is exactly how she came from the factory. She was built to go to the 1946 New York Boat Show, but that show, due to the war, never became a reality and she was then taken to Hearn’s Dept. Store as a boat to use for sales. She was the only Gar Wood of her kind built and primarily for that show. Mr. Ranney had taken his daughter to Hearns to purchase clothing and saw this particular boat, inquired about purchasing one like it and was told “he should consider purchasing this boat due to rumors that the company would or might be closing in the near future. He purchased her on the spot. Mr. Raney purchased the boat right off the floor from the Dept. Store in January of 1946.

17 Feet 1962 Century Resorter

This boat has been meticulously restored to as close to original or better condition as possible. From stem to stern, bottom to top deck inside and out no detail has been overlooked. A new 5200 double bottom using 1/16 Marine plywood 7/16 African mahogany. White oak was used to replace transom bow, main and sub frames s stem, gripe, keel and battens. All hull material was replaced with book matched African mahogany 1/2” planks. Sandusky Century stain was used on hall mahogany. At least 15 coats of Epifanes varnish was applied. Every piece of lumber that was replaced on this boat was treated with Smith’s clear penetrating epoxy sealant where appropriate. Three coats of bilge paint were applied. CPES was applied to bottom mahogany. That was followed with Interlux 2000E bottom epoxy primer. This one-owner boat was purchased at Reiman's Marine in Conneaut Lake, PA in 1962. It was stored for the last time in 1979 and sat for close to 30 years. The boat was a candidate for restoration. The motor was completely frozen which required a complete overhaul. Boat power is 352 cu.in. Interceptor V-8 with 240 HP. Everything in and on this motor has either been replaced or rebuilt. The Velvet Drive transmission has been totally overhauled. All drivetrain components are new, including shaft, log, shaft, and connecting parts from H&H Smith in Algonac, MI. Gauges were sent to Mark Clawson. He cleaned, re-calibrated, and/or rebuilt every Stewart-Warner gauge. There are less than three hours on the hour gauge since the restoration. The interior is completely new with premium marine grade vinyl, and foam was used in the restoration. Nautolex material was used to replace the flooring. All chrome pieces were at Qual-Krom in Erie, PA. Stainless components were polished by Bruce Dale in Hubbard, OH. This is now a better than factory new. It is a turnkey boat waiting for a new owner.

16 Feet 1891 J.H. Rushton "Saranac"

J. H. Rushton’s “Saranac Laker” or “Adirondack or Saranac Lake Boat”, as seen in Rushton’s Rowboats and Canoes, The 1903 Catalog in Perspective, published by the Adirondack Museum and International Marine Publishing, is one of the most-desired of guideboats, both by amateurs and by connoisseurs. Rushton’s shop in Canton, New York, built guideboats from 1888 to 1916, and his design went through three phases. This boat derives from the second period, 1891-92, when he hired a second Saranac Lake builder, Alric Moody, to oversee guideboat construction, a method very different from what Rushton’s craftsmen were used to. Few of Rushton’s earliest guideboats are known today. They had plank seats and square gunwales. They also had typical guideboat decks, let into the gunwales, with pie-slice covering boards, as does this boat. This boat’s caned bow and stern seats, and presumed caned seat-backs, mark it as being of the second period. The far more common boats of the third period, 1893 and later, have strip decks like those of Rushton’s Pleasure rowboats and rounded, or D-shaped, outwales.* So this is a very rare Rushton guideboat. It came down in a family that owned an extremely rustic camp, reached by water only, on South Pond, a particularly beautiful pond near the southern end of Long Lake. It was restored 20 years ago by Long Lake boatbuilder Mason Smith, father of Reuben Smith of Tumblehome Boatshop. Now it is for sale by the original owner’s family. Rushton’s boats in general are highly valued as antiques and as working boats. This boat is missing its original caned seat-backs, single-blade paddle, and yoke. (These accessories can be reproduced.) The price of $13,800 takes that into account as well as some non-original wood in its fabric. At 118 years of age it still calls for vigorous use and is decorative beyond words.

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