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18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier Custom
A popular model in the Cavalier fleet, 709 Custom Utilities were built between 1959 and 1962. This example has been beautifully restored and has only 23 hours of use since completed! No soak bottom, new interior, flooring, rebuilt gauges, rebuilt engine, and an excellent custom fitted single axle trailer. This boat is hull #6 and a very early example. Needs nothing - add gas and enjoy!
16 Feet 1905-1910 B.N.MorrisCanoe
This B. N. Morris Canoe was purchased in family 1959 in New Hampshire . It was used in NH, Maine and the Adirondacks - moved to Colorado for indoor display early 2000s. There is no trailer for the canoe but the cedar, timber frame brackets are included with the canoe. B. N. Morris Canoes were made in Veazie, Maine and known for their craftsmanship and style as one of the most picturesque canoes made in this form. In the early years Morris offered three grades of each model canoe. Later on in the twentieth century, Morris decided to offer only one standard quality grade of canoe.
17 Feet 1955 Gar Form Runabout
I bought the boat in 1990 from the fellow that got it from the buider in Oklahoma City and brought it to Florence Ms where he used it as a practice sloam ski tow boat in the lake he lived on. I used it on the Pearl River as a ski boat until 2010 here in Mississippi. It has not been in water since but engine was winterized and I crank it every so often . It has been kept under cover since.Just needs TLC and would make a nice lake runner to enjoy also a conversation starter.The trailer is homemade and needs tires.The finish is a little rough with no rot. It has a velvet drive transmission. Wiring is sound with plastic 20 gal fuel tank. I replaced stringers,rudder,freshwater pump,water manifolds,and carb in 1995. One of the first fiberglass boats of its day.
-- Feet Canvas Canopy for Launch --
Being offered is a canopy from a small launch. It is fabricated by Tidewater Canvas in Easton, Maryland. The frame measures 54.5 inches wide, by 77 inches long by 76 inches wide. The support stanchions are 48 inches high. Inlcuded in this are the bases for the stanchions and you are ready to go. The canopy is free to someone who can use it for their boat.
14 Feet 1959 Larson Thunderhawk Jr.
This is a fully restored 1959 Larson Thunderhawk Jr with a fully restored 1960 Evinrude 75hp Outboard motor. The project began with a full fiberglass restoration to make the boat structurally like it was when it came off the assembly line in Little Falls, Minnesota in 1959. A few highlights include a new windshield fabricated to exact original specs, new custom upholstery, all new wiring with each electrical function fused for safety, new gunnel rub rail, and more. Great attention was given to making the restoration as near to authentic as possible. Therefore, the last phases of the restoration was done by Classic Larson restoration expert John Monahan of Little Falls, Minnesota and the results are stunning. An original Larson Thunderhawk Jr cover is included (excellent condition) with updated straps is included.
19' Feet 1951 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
This boat is all original and has had only 2 coats of varnish since new in 1951. It has been laid up in a garage since the mid 70's. It has complete original hardware and steering wheel, all in good condition. The engine runs, has good hot oil pressure and the tranny shifts properly. Side planks are very tight. Original trailer included that was sold new with the boat in 1951. Great restoration candidate
22 Feet 1968 Riva Ariston
The Riva Ariston represents the longest running model of their production, and Carlo Riva's favorite design. Ariston means "the best" and it was felt this model captured it all with its overall symmetry and dimensions. Only 1,012 of these units were made and there are very sought after today. This example is a 3-owner boat with a well documented history. Originally delivered to Switzerland and later purchased from Carlo Riva and imported into North America around 2000. She has always been used in fresh water and is a very original boat. Complete with original Riva accessories, immaculate original interior, gauges, etc. Only 463 original hours on the 327cid 220hp engine, which was removed, gone through, and detailed. Varnish work was also updated at this time. This is a very nice example that has been in a private collection for many years.
17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back
Restored 17 Barrel Back. Very clean boat that went through restoration in 2002. Multiple bottom planks were replaced at that time. The boat swells in one day according to the seller. The seller has owned this boat for over 40 years. The upholstery is very nice but not correct. Comes on a single axle trailer and a custom cover.
15' Feet 1947 Chris Craft
Someone sanded this boat down and was evidently going to varnish it. Is meant to be a Blue painted boat with a Rocket on the side.
22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Beautifully restored classic wooden "utility" boat, 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff. The boat has a teak hull and mahogany deck; all wood has been repaired or replaced as needed, and it has new paint inside and out. The hull is white and the deck is dark brown mahogany color. It has bench seating conducive to your choice in seat cushions. It has new windows, new deck, new battery, and carburetor, ignition switch, stern lights, bilge pump, and fuel filter. It also has a rebuilt distributor. The original, 131 HP, Chris Craft Hercules engine (built by Chrysler) Straight Six has been repainted and rewired and was recently tested. Restoration was completed between May and October, 2018. This classic boat is in like-new conditions and no one else will have one quite like this. It would work great for ocean cruising or big lake motoring, just in time for the summer boating season. It is currently shrink-wrapped and in marine storage near Whitmore Lake, Michigan. The boat comes with a restored 22' trailer, with brand-new tires and recently painted black.
16 Feet 1970 Correct Craft Separator
This 1970 16' Correct Craft Separator is a beautiful all original boat. This boat is powered by 351 V8 Holman Moody Engine with a V drive and is ready to go
22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft 22 Sportsman
Very clean fully restored boat with 5200 no soak bottom. engine has been rebuilt and has low hours since rebuild. Comes with a custom mahogany engine box, cup holders and storage. This boat is exceptionally clean and is ready to go.
17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
Fully restored with epoxy impregnated bottom and all original hardware. This boat is a multiple show winner, including best in class and show theme winner. The completely rebuilt KBL triple carb engine produces 131 HP. This boat is ready for you to have a piece of history.
16 Feet 1901 Electric Fan Tail Launch
This is a one of a kind Electric Launch built in Mallets Bay, Vermont. The boat is made of cedar and steam bent oak ribs. It has mahogany decking and the gunnels are quarter-sawn oak. The floor and benches are all mahogany. This boat has been exceptionally well kept for over 100 years and is now ready for a new custodian. The boat is being offered at a very fair price and will make a fantastic addition in your collection or at your dock.
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.
19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrelback
One of the most stunning prewar Chris Craft models and a leader of the Torpedo Fleet, the 1941 Custom Runabout featured the iconic barrel stern along with a one-year only bullnose bow and folding v-windshield. This example was comprehensively restored in 2011. New no-soak 5200 bottom and frames, rebuilt M-engine. Hullsides, decks, chrome, Kapok & leather interior, and gauges are all in excellent condition. 23 coats of varnish. Very little use since completed and stored in a climate controlled facility when not in use. Complete with cover and trailer.
15 Feet 1958 Kainer Flying Scott
In excellent condition with trailer. New battery, engine and boat completly rewired. New tires, new gas tank. Has a fiberglass Bimini top. Show stopper and very unique.
22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Custom Triple Cockpit Runabout
Chris Craft built this enlarged version of the iconic barrelback between 1935 and 1939. Only 138 were made during this period and 1939 was the only year to offer the dual folding windshield configuration. She has only had 2 owners since new. Past show winner in Lake Tahoe, new bottom 3 years ago, new paint and varnish early winter 2018, only 75 hours on the Chrysler Marine 440. These 22 foot Custom Triples are exceptionally rare and this example is priced very fairly.
14 Feet 1956 Cadilliac Outboard
1956 Cadillac brand boat/totally restored/turn key Johnson 35hp electric start reconditioned/restored outboard super Quiet (made one year only). Flywheel pulled, new points/condenser/timed/fuel lines. New fuel pump, carb kit, impeller, battery, in battery box, clean fuel tanks with alum lock downs siting on wood grate. New wiring harness-chokes, starts, runs,stops as should, original controls, new control cables. Made in Cadillac Michigan, names after the city, GM sued, Cadillac boats won a $41,000 judge net against the car company, settlement documented and available. Michigan registration. period correct Tee Nee trailer with optional bubble fenders available.
25 Feet 1969 Lyman Sleeper
This Lyman Sleeper was purchased from original owner in 2003 and transported from Sandusky, OH to Cambridge, MD where she was completely refurbished down to the hull by a custom boat builder. She was kept in a wet slip (in-season) from 2011-2012 at a Marina in VA where she was used for less than 50 hours. She has been trailered since then and has sustained water damage to the port gunwhale. This is a great project boat for someone willing to put in the work or have her repaired to bring her back to her former glory. Willing to negotiate on price in order to find her a good home.
18 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Cavalier
1966-18FT Custom Chris Craft Cavalier 100 built and only 12 with center console 327F Chevy 210HP motor Original factory tags Restoration done in 2017 New interior This boat is in excellent condition. A real show stopper.
18 Feet 1936 Dunphy Split Cockpit Runabout
1936-18Ft Dumphy 5200 bottom,new frames done in 2017. Chris Craft 6cyl.-85 hp motor 12 volt system Double cockpit Custom cover and trailer Used last summer 2018. Runs and looks great
19 Feet 1987 Master Craft Pro Star
1987 Master Craft Pro star. Features: New Tires, New Battery, Stereo Radio with CD player, 4 speaker sound system, Clock, 12 Volt outlet serves as a lighter and map light, Spare tire, Extra prop, Four blade prop currently on boat. I am the original owner, boat has been stored in a heated garage since new Interior in great shape for its age and I have a little extra material for minor seat repairs. A little over 400 hours on the boat.
14 Feet 1959 Richline Sea Fury
14' Richline Sea Fury Aluminum Outboard. Comes with new cover, Safety equipment,1966 Tee Nee Trailer with new hand winch and spare tire.
25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility
This 25 Foot Chris Craft Sportsman is one of the most sought after models in the hobby today. It has been repowered with a big block V-8 440 engine which moves the boat along smartly. The upholstery nd flooring have recently been redone. The decks were stripped and refinished last year. Best of all it has a "no soak" bottom. Overall the boat has been very well maintained and is sound throughout. It is offered with a custom trailer with landing guides for easy loading. Chris Craft made very few of these and this boat is worthy of serious consideration.
20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Triple Cockpit Runabout
Chris Craft only built 291 model 100s between 1930 and 1931. With its upswept decks and triple cockpit design, it shared much of the same style with the company's larger models. This example went through a thorough restoration in the early 1990's and was repowered by a new Marine Power 350 engine at that time. Most recently, the boat has been varnished, new interior upholstery, new covering boats, fresh bottom paint, new Halon fire extinguisher system, and general maintenance completed. She is a good reliable user boat that is priced very fairly.
20 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility
This 1938 Gar Wood Deluxe Utility has had much of the heavy work completed. All of the woodwork was done roughly 25 years ago, then the boat went into dry storage. The bottom has been completely removed/refastened/rebedded, hull sides re-stacked, new decks, new engine box, new interior curved seat frames as original. This Deluxe model is equipped with the Gar Wood 5-gauge square cluster with center tachometer. A new gauge panel is included as well as all new reproduction gauge faces. All of the hardware appears to be present with the exception of the rubrails. The original Chrysler engine could be included, but it is seized and good for parts only.
16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign
A project boat that needs to be put back together. I have owned the boat since 1994 and it has been in a garage under going a very slow rework since purchase. It is almost done but I can't finish it. Mechanicals are done, new cushions, new drive shaft, rebuilt carb. Electrical system updated with two six volt batteries to run the 6 volt original system plus a new bilge pump on 12 volts. Needs hull and bottom painting. Engine was gone through and started about 4 years ago. The mechanic that did the work is available to discuss.
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 1960 Century Palamino
Boat was purchased as a 1957 Palomino but during refinish it was discovered as a 1960 Roan. Decking needs redone, no rot, all chrome is redone by courtesy plating, correct horsehead lift, side V and horsehead, original side steps with white Century inserts, new lighted stern pole and flag, bow pole and flag, new red/white interior, new custom cover, 1940s style split windshield. Used as electric so Elco 9.9 (as shown) is available if wanted. Great stainless. Boat ready for refinish to pink or as a Palomino. This is a project boat. A simple project but a project nonetheless. It needs to have the decking removed and reinstalled and the rest of the boat should be stripped and refinished. There is no rot and the bottom is solid. The bottom is original planking and has never been replaced. It is presently painted with copper antifouling paint and should be cleaned and repainted. The interior is new and is red and white and in excellent condition. The chrome pieces are all original and correct and worth over $ 2000. I have spent $ 11,000 on the boat thus far and am lowering the price to $ 4500 as I want to get the boat out of my friends barn. It is a beauty and cruises nicely on the water.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
This 18 Foot Chris Craft Riviera has been very well maintained and is powered by its original Chris Craft KBL (Chris Craft's high performance engine) which was completely rebuilt in 2017. It was built with a combination of a Philippine mahogany hull and a natural color deck with blonde king plank. The maroon vinyl upholstery is in excellent condition and is in keeping with the original color offered in the 1950's.
26 Feet 1929 Dodge Watercar Model 826
This is a fine example of a Dodge Boat Works Dodge Watercar 26 Foot Triple Cockpit Runabout. This model is indeed rare and hard to find especially in this condition. This boat has been fully restored by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boat Works in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The boat has had a new bottom and has been freshly varnished and refinished. The brass hardware has been professionally polished and has a clear urethan coating. It also has new fuel tanks, lines and filters , a new floor, new mooring cover and new upholstery. The boat is powered by a newly rebuilt Curtis OX-5 100 HP WW II Bi-plane engine which also has been rebuilt and offering strong performance.
31 Feet 2003 Hacker-Craft Sport
One of the most popular models of the Lake George produced boats are the "Sport" version. This model offers a walk through to an extended second cockpit which provides the boat owner with lots of room for entertaining and socializing while underway. The windshield is also unique as it is a lower profile offering a sleek look. Also with this model are the aft steps which allow for easy access to the water for entrance and egress. This model has received a restoration recently at the factory and is being offered now due to a lifestyle change by the seller. The boat has been very lightly sued with only 125 hours on the engine. The cream colored upholstery, chrome and finish are all in excellent condition and the boat requires only a new owner.
19 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrelback
1941 Barrels are very rare and this was the only year offered with the split folding windshield and bullnose bow. This Barrelback was comprehensively restored and completed in 2000, used for a very short amount of time, then the owner passed away and it has been in storage since. In the Fall of 2017, it was pulled from storage, engine commissioned, fuel changed out, and put in the water. The custom Ryan trailer also went back to the factory for a full service, new tires, bearings, etc. Boat had a new bottom, rebuilt Chris Craft K (which we believe is original to the boat), factory spotlight, banjo steering wheel, and blue faced gauges. Interior is done in the correct color scheme and pattern. A very nicely restored boat that has seen almost no hours since completion.
22 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet
This Chris Craft 22 Foot Cadet is one of the nicest in the Country. The seller has carefully cared for the boat and ensured that during his tutelage that the boat had the sides of the boat refinished every two years and the tope sides done every three years. The impeller on the boat has a regular rotation where it is replaced every other year. The boat also has a built in oil change system, the original stern pole with the original globe. It also has fresh water hose for running water through the engine. The boat has been in the Adirondacks for many years. This boat is priced comfortably given it's overall excellent condition and offered complete with a custom fitted Performance trailer with super low mileage as it is used only for storage. This is a great boat and a desirable model and a favorable price
18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera
This beautiful Riviera recently received a new transom and a new bottom by Berkshire Wooden Boat. The original KBL engine # 61707 was recently rebuilt and runs strong. Rebuilt 6 volt components maintain originality
19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
This 1954 Racing Runabout is a proven Show Winner. It has been full restored and is brilliant in every way. The sides and deck planking are original, preserved and correct to the boat. There were 503 Racing Runabouts built and this is number 498 of 503. The last 11 boats were built with the two dash gauge cluster which is very cool. The Chris Craft MBL engine as rebuilt by John Allen engine restorer in California and runs very strong with only 10 hours on it since the rebuild. Every detail on this boat is spot on and received the Platinum Best Preserved Classic Runabout at the ACBS International Show
20 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Grand Prix
Boat has recently completed a full restoration. Some frames replaced as necessary. All new exterior planks on deck sides and bottom. 3M 5200 no soak bottom. Most all of the wood coated with CPES or clear penetrating epoxy sealer. Interlux perfection paints on the bottom. Epifanes varnish. All new interior with Spradling marine vinyl. Guages restored by Dale Kocian. New stainless trim on dash board. Engine rebuilt. Engine runs great. Velvet drive transmission. Petronix ignition. All new wiring throughout boat. New teak flooring.
17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
One of only 529 Deluxe, Double Cockpit Forward runabouts built between 1937 and 1939. This example has gone through a recent 3-year restoration which included a full 5200-no soak bottom replacement. No detail overlooked - everything has been done to this boat. All new wiring, chrome, plumbing, and upholstery. The paint and varnish are immaculate and the original Chris Craft KL engine has been fully rebuilt and nicely detailed. Complete with a brand new, custom fitted single axle trailer.
12 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Swift
One of Penn Yan's most popular and sporty models, the CZT Swift featured a long forward deck, center deck, and aft steering position. Their canvas covered hulls were lightweight and very quick. This example has been nicely restored and features a matching, 1953 Evrinrude Big Twin 25hp engine that has been cosmetically and mechanically restored. Complete with nice single axle trailer and custom boat cover!
18 Feet 1990 Duffy Electric Launch
Duffy electric boats are known as the gold standard in the electric launch catergory. This example has been very well maintained in its lifetime and features many recent upgrades. Battery bank recently replaces, new interior carpet, new canvas, new surrey top, battery tender, and interior cushions. Needs nothing and is ready to enjoy!
17 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Special Runabout
new epoxy bottom done 2012. Chris craft 6 cyl 85hp motor with 12 volt system. Cutom cover and trailer. used summer 2018 runs and looks great. winter storage included.
18 Feet 1973 Century Resorter
This is a wonderful smooth running and great riding boat. Most parts are original to the boat, but I did have the ski mirror rechromed by Prossers and the the navigation light is new as well. Seats are original, but the framing has been replaced. The motor box has also been rebuilt and recovered by m6 local upholstery shop. The floor was replaced and recovered and is almost done. I have some flooring left to complete the job.
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.
13 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard
The 13' outboard was one of Lyman's most popular models and remained almost unchanged from 1946 until the late 1950's. This 1955 model has been fully restored and is in excellent condition. She is rigged with a 25hp Mercury outboard and complete with a single axle trailer. The perfect entry level boat!
20 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental
The flagship model of the Chris Craft utility lineup! This Continental received a comprehensive restoration in 2000 which included virtually all new wood. Upholstery replaced with attractive green naugahyde in 2017 and fresh varnish work completed in 2018. Only 221 of this model were built between 1955 and 1957. Used each season and well cared for since its restoration. Engine was rebuilt at the time of restoration and has low hours. Ready to enjoy and sold complete with a custom fitted trailer and custom mooring cover. Brakes and bearings recently replaced.
32 Feet 1977 One Design Sailboat
This is a one design sailboat built by Vic Carpenter in 1977. Mr. Carpenter was a skilled craftsman who was well known in Canada and regarded as a builder of quality boats. This boat has been in the same Family since 1977 and is now ready for a new Captain. During this time the boat has always been used in the cool fresh water of the Muskoka Lakes and stored indoors when not in use. It is powered by a 10HP outboard nd was designed to be a one sailor boat. It has a keel with a center board and small cuddy cabin for storing personal belongings. There is a good collection of main sail, 3 jibs and a spinnaker all in good shape.
28 Feet 1990 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Extended Second Cockpit
This 28 foot Hacker features the desirable extended second cockpit with walkthrough, which is perfect for entertaining. Low hours and single ownership since nearly new. The boat is also equipped with a bow thruster for easy handling around the dock. She is ready for some cosmetic updates, but in very good structural and mechanical condition. Priced very fairly for a quick sale!
17 Feet 1959 Crestliner Viking
Classic Greatlakes Style Runabout, with original Minnesota numbers. Always garaged, Original paint and hull in excellent condition, dry as a bone. Dual air horns and many extras.
22 Feet 1951 Greavette Streamliner
Thus sought after model of Greavette was built and sold Gravenhurst and always stayed on Lake Muskoka, Ontario Canada. 3 owners well kept won 3rd place boat show Gravenhurst Ontario 2016. Great condition.
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.
18' Feet 1940 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This sound and complete vintage Chris Craft with WEST bottom was in the water for the 2018 season. Hardware is complete and original and upholstery is in good condition. Model K engine runs, but with valve issues. Sunbrella mooring cover included.
15' Feet 1959 Chris Craft Cavalier
Purchased in 2009, complete restoration in 2010 and 2011. Used sparingly since, primarily at classic boat shows.
23 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Continental
This Chris Craft Continental was purchased by the current owner in 1995. The boat has a new West System bottom and has been completely gone through and updated. The inline 6 cylinder engine has been rebuilt and currently has 5 hours on it. This boat is ready for the water as it sits. The boat originally came from the factory with a hard top and as you can see in the pictures this boat has the hardtop included and can be removed although the hardtop also completes the top portion of the windshield so in order to remove the top a new windshield frame would need to be purchased. Not to be left out the boat is sitting on a very nice aluminum I-beam trailer with tandem axles. The boat was surveyed in 2014, I'm happy to send you a copy if needed. If you are looking for a complete user friendly boat that is ready for the water this is the boat for you.
1952 Ford Marine Engine -- Feet
I purchased at a machine shop in prescott arizona they said it came from a museum I bought it for a 1952 ford car and since things have changed for me so i would like to sell it. Thank you
1926 Scripps F6 Engine
This 1926-1927 Scripps F6 engine was original sold to the Chris Craft Factory in Algonac, MI in 1927 and installed in a first-year Chris Craft 22' Cadet. She has been rebuilt and in good running order. Would be a perfect drop-in candidate for an early launch or runabout project.
19 Feet 1968 Lyman Utility
Freshwater only boat. Fully restored. Low (469 )hours. Bimini top with side curtains. Outdrive resealed/gasketed with new water pump in August 2018. Unusually pristine example of a late 60's Lyman. Engine and outdrive just serviced (summer 2018) at Schermerhorn's Landing on the St. Lawrence River. Engine and outdrive are in perfect working order. Matching form fitted upholstered seats. Factory paperwork included. Last used August 2018. Indoor storage. Needs nothing and ready to use immediately or store it as is and be the first on the water in the spring Built in 1968 and first titled in 1970. This Lyman has very low hours and spent most of its life on the inland lakes of Ohio. Only 2 owners since new! She went through a comprehensive restoration between 2006-2012. Completely stripped and refinished, new wiring, new instrument panel, new gauges, new bilge blowers, new bilge pump, new fuel lines & filter, new tilt pump, outdrive boot, etc. Some of the hardware was re-chromed while other pieces were replaced. Trailer completely restored with new paint, wiring, brakes, tires, bushings, etc. This boat is ready to go with life jackets, throw cushion, seat cushions, fire extinguisher, anchor, paddle, boat hook, bimini top, mooring cover, dock lines. Equipped with twin 12 gallon saddle tanks. Needs nothing but a new captain!
16 Feet 1954 Penn Yan Sealiner
Fully-restored boat and outboard motor. Price includes galvanized Cox trailer and mooring cover. The Sealiner is 16 feet long with cedar deck and all original hardware. The motor is original 1954, electric start, 25 hp Johnson outboard. Ready to run. Award winner - best preserved boat and outboard at the 2018 Skaneateles boat show and best Penn Yan and preserved motor at the 2016 Wine Country boat show.
27 Feet 1964 RivaAquarama
This is the first Aquarama to enter the U.S market as the 1964 New York Boat Show Boat. 2 owners since new with all original documentation. Only test hours since complete restoration by a qualified Riva Restorer.
26 Feet 1964 Lyman Sleeper
This 1964 Lyman is a real classic work horse. It has been completely refinished on the outside this year and engine was overhauled last year. Runs great. Comes with a full cover and pit cover, all the cushions, lines, anchor, etc... Excellent boat that needs a great home.
26 Feet 1918 L. E. Fry Launch
Fully-restored, beautifully-maintained, Clayton, NY-built L. E. Fry launch starting her second hundred years. She is quite rare as there are very few Frys left. She’s 26’ long and 5’ beam with varnished cedar hull and mahogany decks and furniture, plus two sets of upholstery - one horsehair-filled and one with more comfortable foam-filled cushions. Repowered with 60 HP Gray 620. Perennial award winner including Best of Show at Buffalo. Current owner has had her since 1981 and it’s time for someone else to enjoy her. Package includes a Loadmaster trailer for over-the-road hauling and a second double-axle trailer for storage.
19' Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental
2nd owner, solid boat, needs refinishing. All original except for vinyl. small rot on right top gunnel. Stored with cover 10 yrs. Copy of CC Hull ID.
15 Feet 8 inches Feet 1960 Penn Yan Baltic
Purchased in 1992 and at that time the boat needed a lot of work. Eventually I started the repair work and steamed bent all of the ribs and replaced them one at a time. I then replaced the deck and misc. other trims with solid mahogany.
16 Feet 1955 Century Resorter
Priced to sell as owner is moving. Stored in a garage for 40 years. No exposure to sun or the elements. The boat was run until 1978 and then stored away. The hull is in vey good condition. No dry rot in the boat at all. Engine has not been run since 1978 but was stored away properly.
24 Feet 2003 Hacker Craft Double Extended Cockpit
This strong looking 24 Foot Hacker Craft was built in 2003 and has been in the same family since new. She has a distinctive ivory interior and a unique one color decking. She stands out as a "special" alongside other Hacker boats. Included in the sale is a Hacker binder and the original engine manual. She has been lovingly cared for as a member of our family for the last 15 years and stays in our boathouse on Lake George during the summer. In the winter the boat is always stored indoors and under the care of specialists who are there to preserve and maintain her during that period. The boat's shapely sides could use some varnish but her decks and bottom are solid and in very good overall shape. The heart of the boat is the Marine Power 350 which runs strong and has somewhat low hours after 15 years of ownership. A survey was done recently and concluded that her condition is better than ours which has brought us to the point that we feel that the time is right for her to go to a new loving home. If you won't take good care of here then you should not purchase the boat!
18 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence Skiff
This is a exquisitely built St. Lawrence Skiff which is being offered with No Reserve. The proceeds form this boat will be used to support the Upper Saranac Foundation located in Saranac Lake New York. The Foundation seeks to preserve, enhance and protect the natural beauty, environmental quality and recreational enjoyment of the Upper Saranac Lake Region. The builder of this boat is unknown but the construction methods confirm that it was built in the local area of the St. Lawrence River. It has been extremely well maintained and is in excellent overall condition.
16 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
This boat was restored five years ago, and since has all instruments restored by Koscian Instruments. Further, the boat was rewired and modified to a 12-volt system. We have owned this boat for four years and have stored it in our boathouse on Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks. We have the original bill of sale. The boat was stored in a dry dock condition for 17 years prior to our purchase. This boat is in very good condition and comes with a EZ Loader trailer and original cover. All original components including the front flag and post, along with the bumble bee stern light and post.
15 Feet 1958 Penn Yan Carribean Outboard
This 1958 Penn Yan and matching Johnson Sea Horse engine have been beautifully restored and show true pride of ownership. New bottom, new ribs, new trailer, new upholstery, mooring cover. She is sold complete with a thick file of paperwork, manuals, and documentation. Her next owner will be proud to show her off!
25 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
Excellent condition. Bottom replaced. Dietrich convertible top. Original factory lockable removable hatches for rear cockpit. The bottom is a 3 ply mahogany West System installed by a well known restoration team in New Hampshire. This boat is in very good condition and would look great in any collection or at your favorite Boat Show contending for an award.
Paddles, Creel and Wicker Wine Basket
A combination pack consisting of two paddles, a wicker fishing Creel with leather accents and a wicker wine holder with leather straps for holding a corkscrew and accessories. These 4 items are being sold today as one single lot at No Reserve.
20 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Runabout
Chris Craft built 291 of the 20 foot Model-100 Triple Cockpit Runabouts between 1929 and 1930. This is a very special example, bearing hull ID #7000, indicating that it is the prototype model for 1930. She has a very well documented history and has had much of the major woodworking completed. All of the original hardware is present and most of it has been rechromed. The original Chrysler KM engine is present and complete.
18 Feet 1968 Old Town OTCA Model Canoe
This Old Town OTCA Canoe is wide, deep and roomy and is the most ablest of the Old Town lineup. The sides are convex providing a handsome tumblehome. It is perfect for cruising, carrying heavy loads on Rivers, large lakes either fresh water or salt water. The canvas is new and was restored by well known restorer Tom Inglehart who tells us that the canoe has only been in the water twice in the last 20 years. The wood throughout is in excellent condition. It also has the hardware for sail if one wishes although no sails are being offered. The boat is being sold with NO Reserve.
15 Feet 1962 Arkansas Traveler Outboard
1962 Arkansas Traveler, classic fiberglass outboard boat. A good first project for someone who may be new to the hobby. Lapstrake style hull reminiscent of the earlier wooden hulls. Should clean up well with a little bit of elbow grease. Ready for the engine of your preference. Sold with No Reserve!
19 Feet 1985 Century Arabian
This 1985 Century Arabian is in excellent condition and nicely equipped. She is an original boathouse-stored boat - bottom never painted and original gelcoat. Original owners manuals and brochures, sun roof and full rain cover, trailering cover, wiring/gauges replaced, I/O unit replaced. Equipped with a custom fitted tandem axle trailer with swing tongue and guide posts. Ready to enjoy!
18 Feet 1973 Century Resorter Classic Fiberglass
Offered right now is a very original 1972 Century Resorter Classic Fiberglass Runabout. The boat is powered by an awesome Chrysler 440 Cubic inch engine offering 330 HP. The boat is lightly used and stored indoors all of the time.
Mahogany from a 1957 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Being offered today is a variety of Mahogany which came from a 1957 18 foot Chris Craft Sea Skiff. The boat was damaged and as such the wood is no longer required. This wood is expensive and easily restorable. It is being offered with No Reserve.
16 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket
The Chris Craft Rocket was made from 1946 through to 1949 and a total on 1040 of these units were built. They came in white sided and varnished versions and were very popular after the war as people were so happy that the war was over that they were buying boats and enjoying their lives again. This boat is being sold with No Reserve and the home built trailer is sold with a bill of sale.
16.5 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket
This is a rare Chris Craft. In 1947. Several were cedar planked and painted. This is a mahogany planked boat with a newer bottom but replaced as the original was installed, with diagonal planks. Not a glassed over redo. Boat is all original with the exception of the bow light which appears to be a Hacker light. Chrysler straight 6 cylinder, runs beautifully. Got a small oil leak at the rear, keeps the bottom lubed up...Needs to be refinished as the last job was not done well , but it looks OK. Got a split deck plank where a deer hit her on the way to winter storage one year. It doesn't look bad though, a purist will see it. Because of it's rarity this girl has a lot of potential should you want to restore it to a collector unit. Or just run her as is as a great driver. It's a sweet little boat. Trailer is storage only, not road ready and it has a good mooring cover. Seats are original so should be redone but as I said a great driver. Previous owner put 40k into her ! God bless him. ID Number R16-139 ... Yes it's the real thing !
19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback
The beautiful and iconic Chris Craft Custom Runabout! Chris Craft only built 433 of these boats between 1939 and 1942, yet she is one of the most recognizable runabouts built by the company. She features her original Chris Craft MBL engine, the largest available option during production. The boat was comprehensively restored during the 1980's and a new West System bottom was installed 2009-2010. Award winner in Coeur D'Alene. One owner since restoration, well cared for and carefully stored. Folding Bugatti windshield, beautiful interior, blue faced gauges, banjo steering wheel - a lot of style packed into a 19 foot runabout!
15' Feet 1984 West Wight Potter Sailboat
Known as the Big Little Cruiser and the Comfortable Pocket Yacht, the 15' West Wight Potter cruiser is fun to sail, easy to trailer, and durable. Although it isn't a quick boat, the Potter is responsive and stable. The forward bunks measure 6.5' and sleep 2. Complete with rigging and sails.
15' Feet Late 60s - early 70s Whitby Albacore Sailboat
The Albacore is a great first boat for those who are just learning to sail and a very competitive racer for more advanced sailors., it is often sailed by husband/wife and parent child combinations. It is a two-person planing dinghy, for competitive racing and lake and near-inshore day sailing. This hull is fiberglass but earlier ones were wood.The Albacore is currently raced in seven countries, and a World or International Championships is held every two years. This boat comes with steel and wooden centerboards, a new wooden tiller, rigging and sails.
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.
17 Feet 1959 Lyman Outboard
This Lyman runabout hails from Chippewa Bay. The level floor of the beamy admidship cockpit invites lounging in deck chairs and lots of stowage space is available throughout. Handling motors up to 75HP, this practical lapstrake hull handles the worst river conditions. Has a 2014 mooring cover, original green canvas top with side curtains.
26 Feet 1969 Lyman Cruisette
This Lyman spent its life in the 1000 Islands. It has teak decks and mahogany interior and comes with a full camper canvas. Cruisettes were sold as "family fun boats" and sleep 4 with forward V berths and a dinette that converts into a double bunk. Full lapstrake construction in Lyman's fine dry-ride hull make this a perfect boat for water of all conditions.
1993, 2003, 2015 and 2011 Wooden Boat Magazines
A variety of Wooden Boat Magazines ranging from 2003 to 2015. These are NOT complete sets but rather individual copies and all of them are in excellent condition.
2012-1014 Set of Wooden Boat Magazines
Being offered is a complete set of Wooden Boat Magazines from 2012, 2013 and 2014. These are complete set in excellent condition and are being offered with NO Reserve from the Bill Bartoo Collection.
1985-1989 Complete Set of Wooden Boat Magazines
Offered for sale at NO RESERVE is a Four Binder set of Wooden Boat Magazines from 1985 through AND including 1989. These are all in excellent condition and offered from the Bill Bartoo Collection.
15 Feet 1940's St. Lawrence Ladies Skiff
We are offering a St. Lawrence River Ladies Skiff. It is believed to have been built in 1940's and has a distinctive butternut inlay suggesting that it is Canadian made. Based on the construction we believe that it was built just North of here in the Chaffey's Locks area. It is being offered with NO Reserve here today at the Auction.
Evinrude Fast Twin Outboard
1950's Evinrude Fleet Twin Outboard Motor. She is in original condition, spins freely, and looks like it could be a good runner with a little bit of TLC. Sold with no reserve and proceeds will benefit the ABM.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera
Between 1950 and 1954, Chris Craft was very successful in building and selling 1210 of the 18 foot Riviera models. The first 119 units were upholstered in a an attractive maroon material and all those after were done in red. The striking 2 tone decks caught everyone's eye and the blond king plank pulled people towards this model. This example has been very nicely restored. Replacement bottom, excellent interior and chrome, recently refinished. Ready to enjoy!
Set of Wooden Boat Magazines from 1980-1985
Being offered for sale is a set of Wooden Boat Magazines form 1980 through to 1985. This is a collection which is in excellent condition and preserved in binders. It is from the Bill Bartoo Collection and being offered at No Reserve.
22 Feet 1958 Shepherd Runabout
Last operated in 1983, stored indoors, Started restoration but incomplete, Most hardware included except instrument panel - Tough restoration - Mostly good for parts - original windshield and motor
Lareg Scale Steamship Wooden Boat Model
A Steamship often referred to as a Steamer is a vessel typically ocean -faring and seaworthy, that is propelled by one or more steam engines that typically drive propellors or paddlewheels. The first steamships came into practical usage in the late 1800's. This extraordinary steamship has great details including a lifeboat, smoke stack, brass plating, life preserver and wheelhouse. The ropes are intact and tight. The boat comes complete with a stand and measures 40 inches by 22.5 inches by 8 inches and is being sold with No Reserve.
1940's Custom Chris Craft Boat Model
Based on a 1940's Chris Craft Wooden Runabout called "Whoa Nellie" moored out of Lake George. Water will not get inside this boat although it does not have an engine, batter or remote control. This is a well made model with plank of frame construction where each strip of wood is applied to the hull on eta a time. All mahogany wood and highly polished to a smooth finish. Many layers of paint and varnish applied. 32 inches long by 8 inches wide and 5 inches depth. Carefully painted just like the actual Chris Craft Dual Cockpit.
Chris Craft Cobra Custom Boat Model
This Custom Boat Model is called "Fools Gold" and was drawn after he original boat moored out of Lake Arrowhead. She is fully assembled and is 27 inches in length, 10 inches wide and 6 inches deep. The hull has been water proofed and floats. It is made from Mahogany and has a highly polished smooth finish. This model could be converted into a static display model for your office or den or could be finished into a radio control unit.
1964 Chris Craft Custom Boat Model
Based on a 1964 20 Chris Craft Super Sport Model this boat is named "Show Girl". It is one of the well known Dumas Models and is a double planked mahogany and expanded PVC hull construction. This could be either a static display or finished off to be radio controlled. The boat does not come with motor or batteries but these can be purchased at most hobby stores. The boat is 30 inches long, and 10 inches on the beam. It is being offered with a display stand.
Sterling Motor Yacht and a Chris Craft Custom Boat Model
This is a beautiful Sterling Motor Yacht Chris Craft made of all wood construction with fine details such as life preserver, cleats, horns, a door, ladder, portholes and interior shades. It is covered with a nice teal color paint on the chairs and hull of the boat. In outstanding condition the boat measures 31 inches long, 8 inches wide and 9 inches tall. Also included in this lot is a small scale wooden Chris Craft Boat Model mounted on a gold accented display stand. This model is also in exceptional condition.
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