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17’ Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman

Professional Total Restoration Completed in 2019 of this beautiful 1955 Chris Craft 17’ Sportsman. This beauty is in EXCELLENT condition with all top, sides, bottom and interior plank boards completely refinished. The bottom of the boat is original with copper paint below white stripe. The boat was in the water all summer and once bottom swells it takes in virtually no water, it’s very tight. “My Way” is powered by a 95 hp Chrysler (Chris Craft) 6 cyl. flat top. It has recently been professionally serviced; oil change, plugs, cap, rotor, condenser, points and a new battery. It idles smooth at 850 r.p.m. and runs flawlessly through both mid-range and top end. It has thru-hull single exhaust and sounds beautiful when she’s under power. I purchased Chris Craft flag at bow and the stern flag, they are both new. All instrumentation lights and navigation lights are in working order. The interior has been restored to red with white barrel trim and is an eye catcher on the water. This is a “turn key” perfect running, totally restored piece of antique boat history. You can own this boat for under $20k and turn heads all over the water and at the dock, it’s truly a conversation piece. The boat comes with a full mooring cover that drapes over the sides and stern of the boat to protect total entire boat’s finish. The boat will be sold as a single transaction, I do have a trailer which is roadworthy for travel that I will include in transaction at no additional charge.

25 Feet 1969 Alglas-Pacemaker

We made many great memories aboard our ( little big boat) as a friend fondly called it, and the boat always performed flawlessly through the years. The pilothouse is a roomy and practical area for not only the captain but also passengers to relax out of the weather and still have a great view. There are side and aft curtains for screen and or clear windows that roll up for convenience in nice weather.The galley has stainless counter top and sink, gas range plus an efficient built in ice box.The head has a Jobsco compact marine toilet and a twelve gallon holding tank.The v birth is roomy and seven feet from head to toe.The dinette converts to a bed also.there are six stainless opening portholes with bronze screens, and a fore cabin skylight hatch with screen for nice ventilation, and light.Two twelve volt marine batteries provide starting and house electric.There is a Marine radio,Garmin GPS and a cabin top spotlight controlled from the helm. The boat comes with a large Danforth anchor, and a stainless steel custom plough anchor at the bow.The walkways to the bow are wide enough for good footing and there are stainless hand rails all along the way for safety. The boat loads easily on and off the custom trailer, and can be done by one person. It is time for me to retire from cruising the beautiful St. Lawrence , and I am now offering my boat for sale. ( To everything there is a season).

21 Feet 1972 Glastron Carlson

This classic Glastron Carlson is absolutely original. You can imagine James Bond 007 in Live or Let Die. A CV21 Berkeley Jet was stolen from park ranger, Billy-Bob from a Louisiana Parks and Wildlife station. Three Kananga henchman and Dr. Kachanga pursue Bond in the boat chase sequence. They were all in various Glastrons. Bonds was exactly the same as this example. The current owner purchased this boat and trailer at the Tavares Boat Show 5 years ago. He wants to sell it simply because he is not using it owning some 7 other classics. It has been stored inside all its life. Nothing has been changed right down to the brown shag carpet. The original 8 track tape deck is however long gone thank goodness. There are a few minor chips in the glass and the windshield is cracked. A new windshield is available in Fort Lauderdale. The engine is the legendary 455 cubic inch Oldsmobile and our crack marine mechanic in this area says it is perfect with less than 200 hours on it. Oil, oil filter and fuel filters should be changed before running it. The owner installed two battery positions a new steering cable and the boat comes with a new adjustable pedestal for the passenger seat. Included is a new jet impeller with all the seals. On purchase the owner was not sure of the current impellers condition but did not need to install it. A new starter motor was installed just before the boat was stored.

13 Feet 1954 Peterborough Sport About

This is my 1954 Peterborough “Sportabout” 75th Anniversary cedar strip Deluxe model #1822 built in Peterborough, Ontario. All the hardware, steering and Airguide gauges are period correct. However, the Tach is not working at this time. All original chrome has been re-chromed. The rebuilt outboard is a 1955 Mercury MK 25 Hurricane 18hp with correct Mercury remote shift and throttle controls. Original engine paint color is “Sand Tan” and “Sunset Orange” (red). I have the previous owners restoration receipts for $21,000 CND plus my own costs for the mercury engine, restoration, remote controls, fuel system and many other needed parts. I purchased this boat in Canada and trailered it back to Virginia on the included Calkins trailer with no issues. Very nice trailer. It took 2 years to locate remaining needed parts for the engine, controls, decals, hardware, flags ect. The Hull was restored by “Woodwind Yachts”, a very well known and respected restorer of cedar strip boats in Canada who do beautiful work! This is 1of only 3 "Sportabouts" known to exist and the only one in ACBS. In 2018 the boat won ACBS award “Most Original Boat” at Smith Mountain Lake show. In 2019 I entered the large ACBS Chesapeake Bay show in Saint Michaels, Maryland. The boat not only won “Best Outboard” but also “Best in Show” preserved. It just doesn’t get any better than that! I have clear Virginia titles in my name for the boat and also the trailer.

17 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Ski Boat

A true Barn find. Just down the lake... Saw this boat in the water in the late 70's. went in once a year for a day trip. Rarely used Extremely well stored inside a garage . and also well tarped with ventilation on trailer. Properly winterised as well. i bought it from the family estate after owner passed and want it to go to a happy new owner...IA True Barn /Garage find. This lovely 1961 Chris Craft Ski boat was owned and used by the owner very few times in the last 40 years in Canada on the St Lawrence River. The owner took her out maybe once or twice since he had owned it. As a neighbor growing up, I had always mentioned to the gentleman that I would love to buy his boat one day. As it was rarely used and extremely well stored inside his garage it was almost forgotten . . It was properly winterized as well. I finally bought it from the family estate after owner passed away in the past year. As myself have aged along with the Boat I have decided to sell as is. The boat was probably not taken outside for the last 25-30 years. Everything is like it was in the 70/80’s Nothing has changed. All is original and Complete. As you can see in the photos the bottom still has the original varnish on the inner plywood bottom and covered in plank on the outside… The boat is very original. A great lime green canvas custom tarp. (great tent smell). On a dual trailer . situated close to the Ny Vermont Border and Ontario as well in the South west of Quebec Canada.

1989 Eagle Single Axle Trailer

Sturdy trailer ideal for transporting a boat up to 17 feet.

20 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera

1953 Chris Craft 20' Riviera. I completed a three year restoration on this boat where every painted or varnished plank was removed, replaced when needed, or repaired if necessary and refastened using new fasteners and adhesive/caulk. This includes a new bottom (doesn't need to be "soaked" prior to launching) with a mix of original and new mahogany planks. Original bottom planks were fastened with new silicon bronze fasteners and Sikaflex 291 LOT, and new bottom planks were bedded in 3M 5200 as well as new silicon bronze fasteners. I also replaced the keel, 5 bottom frames, transom and some transom frames and some side planks. All decks, engine hatch and covering boards were replaced with new mahogany planks. New upholstery, flooring, wiring harness, aluminum gas tank were installed, and all chrome hardware was re-plated. The propeller was sent out to be tuned, and there are new stainless prop shaft and coupler. The engine is a 158 horsepower flathead six cylinder MBL similar to the engine originally installed. Some undocumented work was done by the engine's previous owner, and I had the generator (now 12 volt) and fuel pump rebuilt, with new plugs and plug wires, new motor mounts and just recently installed a rebuilt water pump. The engine runs great. The steering wheel was restored and gauges are in good shape. The horn, bilge pump and blower all work. The boat was moored at our dock late last summer for 6 weeks with no problems, and is in the water now. The boat comes with a rebuilt four bunk tandem trailer. I can provide a full description of all work done and materials used in the restoration, plus pictures illustrating the process. I added three varnish coats this winter, for a total of 15 coats of varnish. I have restored more than 20 wooden boats and this is the best riding and handling boat of all of them.

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