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16' 6" Feet 1962 Thompson Tomboy

1962 Thompson “Tom Boy” 16’ Wooden Classic Boat: This is a rare boat show model #477, serial #20919 with a 1960 Johnson 75HP outboard motor and a 1962 Gator trailer with power winch (1999) and spare tire. It comes with a canopy top and full canvas cover. It is 100% original (sides and bottom refinished), one-owner, never in salt water, stored full time indoors. Very good-excellant condition. This is a lapstrake hull design with a beam of 6’7”. It has a 2” by 41/2” solid oak keel with an oak 1” x 4” on each side to begin the laps. Each lap is screwed to the previous with brass screws every 2” apart on lower laps and 2 ½” toward the top laps. Trim and Deck is Mahogany. The boat features a curved glass windshield and is fitted with a custom convertible top. This boat was the first Thompson to use “Ride-guide” steering which is a single cable motor control. It has dual lever remote controls. The sides and bottom have been refinished. This boat was specially built by the Thompson Boat Co. as their 1962 show boat. It was used as a Christmas window display at the Kinn Marine in Oconomowoc, WI and at various area boat shows. It was purchased from Kinn Marine, April 1962 and stayed on Wisconsin lakes and rivers until the early 1990’s when it moved to Ocala, FL. At one time (in the 1990’s) it was part of the Sunnyland Chapter of the Antique and Classic Boat Society and traveled to inland Florida freshwater events. It has never been in salt water.

22' Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sea Skiff

What a bargain on this beautiful, original Sea Skiff number SK 22104! This boat was originally delivered to the George W. Mercer Shipyard in Clayton, New York, and spent most of her life in the area, lightly used and stored indoors. Since then, the vessel has been lovingly owned, used frequently, and professionally cared for each winter. Owners traded up to a 40’ and sadly must part with this cherished gem. All major work has been completed since 2015. The original Hercules K 95hp engine was completely rebuilt in 2015 by Van Ness Engineering, including new internals, rebuilt carb and fuel pump, rebuilt distributor with Pertronix electronic ignition conversion, rewound starter, rewound generator, all electronics converted to 12 volt for reliability and ease of use. Also in 2015 the craft received a new Rayco Marine custom aluminum fuel tank, new modern fuel lines, new Racor spin-on fuel filter and fuel/water separator, making for a complete overhaul of the mechanical, fuel, and electrical systems. In 2016, the boat’s beautiful decks were professionally stripped, stained, and varnished with 14 coats; all brightwork was sanded and varnished including the rare, factory-option ceiling boards; and the bottom was inspected, sanded, and repainted with copper bronze. Chrome accents were added to the functional windows at this time. A new, large Sunbrella convertible top was fitted, providing protection from the sun to the front seat and the extra-large engine box (an option from the factory and favorite second seating area), as well as protection from wind and rain with its zip-in front panel. In 2017, the notable blue topsides were professionally refinished and the original generator was replaced with a modern single-wire alternator kit for improved reliability. All finish work and winter maintenance performed by Wooden Boat Restoration, Millington, MD. Many original parts are still available including the original convertible top and frame and generator. This Sea Skiff is a crowd pleaser and turns heads wherever she goes. Her gleaming brightwork and chrome are not to be missed. She’s ready for another owner to care for and love her!

16 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Ski Boat

1962 Chris Craft. Model -- 16 foot Ski Boat. This is a fine example of a classic boat. Starts right up and idles as smooth as can be. Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZXhGv9PoGM See and hear it run. What a great sound. Notice the clean exhaust. Conveniently located just of hwy 50 in Camino Ca. Boat and trailer are currently registered. Hull # CVA-16-0008C Has a 283 185 HP V-8 made by Chevrolet I'm sure but it is branded with the Chris Craft name. 4 barrel carburetor. Single axle trailer that is powder coated and with spare tire. Full boat cover Boat was restored from the frame up in 1999 at a boat shop in the Bay Area. Have over $23,000 plus in receipts for restoration work and pictures of work at various stages of progress. All new upholstery and interior. New windshield. Boat bottom has "West System" which is a 2 part system applied below the water line Electrical system is 12 volt with rotary battery isolator switch. Pigtail installed for a battery charger. Have numerous large size (Approx 2' X 3') build drawings from the factory. All factory documentation and factory service manuals for all components. Factory build sheet dated 1961 2 new 12 volt batteries. Boat has been stored indoors with cover on in a climate controlled building for the last 9 years. Boat was completely serviced with all fluids changed before storage. Numerous accessories. Ladder, bumpers, docks lines - all new. Spare parts. The only part on the boat that is not factory stock are a pair of Bennett trim tabs that are electrically over hydraulic operated by the operator which greatly improve the ride and handling. They can be seen in the photos at the rear of the boat just below the water line. Take a look at the pictures and give a call to set an appointment to check out this one of a kind beauty.

37' Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commander

She is a 37' "Classic" Chris Craft with twin 280 HP FWC Volvo/Penta engines installed in 2008; each engine has about 725 hours. She has reverse cycle heat/AC and a hard top combined with a convertible soft top. New paint has been applied to most surfaces and much of the bottom has been refastened and seams caulked. New through-hulls were installed spring 2018 for engine coolant intakes, head in and out, and AC intake. Engine oil and transmission fluids were changed, along with oil and fuel filters, in Spring 2018. New impellers were installed Spring 2018. The V-berth cushions were re-upholstered and the convertible soft top and bow cover were dry cleaned last winter. There is a new sectional sofa in the cabin. The bow tow rail and aft-side hand rails were redone this summer with Cetol stain and gloss and they look great. All systems are in working condition. The boat is in fine mechanical and structural condition. All decks are original teak and in fine condition. Cruising speed is around 18 MPH, with a max speed of around 30. Fuel tank capacity is around 150 gallons (2 @ 75 gallons port and starboard tanks). There is a 30 amp shore power hookup with one cord. There is also a new Raymarine GPS with Navionics and fish finder. The trim tabs have new motors, actuators and sensors for trim tab positioning. Shed kept, she is an example of a popular classic that is a great family day cruising boat that turns heads wherever you will go. She is located in Chester, MD.

40 Feet 1894 Gas Engine & Power Company Glass Cabin Launch

Virginia was built in the early 1890s by the Gas Engine and Power Company, makers of naphtha powered launches and small yachts. In the late 19th century, recreational boating as we now know it was in its infancy. In particular, the powered pleasure boat was a new invention. Some were made with steam engines, but steam power was inconvenient for small boats, as the boiler and fuel were very heavy and took up a great deal of room. Also, due to the high boiler pressure a licensed engineer was required to operate a steam engine. In the 1880s, several alternatives to the water-based steam engine were invented, one of which was the naphtha engine. These lighter, smaller engines allowed for the creation of smaller power boats, bringing recreational boating within reach of many people who had not been able to afford a yacht. It was the beginning of the widespread culture of pleasure boating in North America. Virginia represents this period exceptionally well. In its earliest incarnations, the small power boat resembled its larger predecessor, the steam yacht. Virginia, with her clipper bow, fully enclosed passenger space, opulent interior decorations and complete equipment such as a head and cookstove, all contained in 40’, is one of these earliest of small power boats. Within a very short space of time, boats like this were out of favor: impractical details like the clipper bow were left behind, more open-plan cockpit layouts were favored over the glass cabin, and the décor of the Gilded Age was out of vogue. Before long, small power boats in this market were made to resemble automobiles rather than larger yachts and ships. This shift in design is a marked change, and boat design and marketing have remained tied to that of the automotive world ever since. The technology of naphtha was short-lived as well. These engines operated on similar principles to the steam engine, but replaced water with a petroleum distillate, the low boiling point of which made for a smaller, lower-pressure system. This petroleum product, naphtha, also powered the burner. The Gas Engine and Power Company was founded to make naphtha engines and naphtha launches. As explosive gasoline engines became the dominant technology, GE&P adapted and eventually became part of the Charles L. Seabury Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation. Virginia spent her life on Moosehead Lake, Maine and operated as a shuttle and mailboat before she was purchased by the donor. Although restoration work is needed, she is very charming and her interior work is very detailed and beautiful. She was last operated in summer 2012. Historically significant, she would make a fine addition to a private collection. The primary goal of ABM in the disposal process is to place her in a good home where she will receive the care and attention she deserves.

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