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18 Feet 1967 Century Sabre Gull Wing

I bought this 1967 Century Sabre Gull Wing in 2008. I knew it was a rare boat and not many were made and there we only a few left. I was mesmerized by how beautiful the boat was but did not have any real understanding of the things wood boats need as far as maintenance. It is a great boat and won several awards at the Lake Tahoe wooden boat show. But it was too much for me to manage. It was heavier than I expected and difficult to maneuver in and out of boat slips because of the airplane throttle. I had it on the lake three times. I was terrified I was going to scratch the wood. So as much as I like it the boat stressed me out. It ran great and everything worked. The bottom took on water and I considered the fiberglass bottom but was told it would impact the value and was on the fence, so it sat inside at my boat mechanic's shop for the next three years. in 2012 I moved from the SF Bay Area to Las Vegas for work. About 6 years ago, Leland, the mechanic, told me he was selling his business and the boat needed to be moved. I had him tow it to a friend’s property. My friend is now expanding her business and needs the room, so I have to find a home for the Gull. I moved to Kentucky last year and fractured my lower back, so I have to use a walker to get around, until I have back surgery in May. I am unable to drive because of medication I take, so towing the boat back to Kentucky is not practical or safe. The current condition: Clear Title – Never been in salt water. No visible dry rot and the stringers are in good condition, and may need some clips. All the hardware and parts are original, working, and still on the boat. The fixture for the rear view mirror is intact but it is missing the mirror glass. The gull wings open without issue. The gauges are all original and worked when it was stored. The wiring is in good condition.-it had a new Interceptor engine 250 hp when I purchased it and I put less than 7 hours on it. It ran beautifully last time I took it out on the lake. The bones are very good on this boat. The interior is in okay condition, no cracks, or tears but it needs good cleaning. There was no water in the engine and no standing water in the engine compartment. The boat was covered well and completely buttoned up until a few weeks ago. Structurally, the boat is in excellent condition. The bottom is original and has been scrapped. It needs new rope caulking, a few clips, and bottom paint, but if I was going to keep it, I would have a 5200 bottom . The sides need to be sanded and varnished. The fiberglass and vinyl are in reasonable shape but need good cleaning. It has an Interceptor engine 250 hp. 1987 Sonny double axel trailer, it needs new tires and cleaned up but otherwise, it is in good condition with light surface rust. I will pay to have the tires replaced and bearings lubed and greased so it is more than road worthy. I have reasonable prices to ship the boat as far as Chicago from transportation companies.” The quotes I got ranged from $1800.-$3500.

19 Feet 1969 Chris Craft XK-19

Rare 1969 Christ Craft Super Sport XK19. One of 276 made. Originally designed by famous Jim Wynn to help Chris Craft compete with Donzi in the 1970’s. This is one of only 276 Chris-Craft XK-19's that were ever made. A rare original muscle boat. These striking boats are among the rarest. This boat has been restored. Specific details: The original Corvette 327 small block engine has been recently rebuilt with less then 1-2 hours on engine after rebuild as a result of a cracked block due to transport during a cold snap. In addition, there was a brand new Italian Paragon V-drive installed during the engine rebuild. Engine bay was also completely renovated during overhaul to include new stringers and white fiberglass to showcase the engine. An easy float on aluminum alloy single axle trailer included. Do a quick search and you will find out why the XK-19 is "the sexiest boat every built" This 1969 XK 19 Super Sport is in excellent condition, very limited number manufactured and is extremely rare! This boat has been in our family for 20+ years. It spent 90% of it life on Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho. It was on a dock lift under cover in the summer and stored in a heated garage during winter. We relocated to the coast in WA and have since acquired an ocean boat. We have few places to use the Chris as lakes in the area are non-motorized or not very large. Sadly, she needs a new home in an area more suited to this type of boating. Please give us a call if you are interested.

17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout

This boat "Putt Putt"was purchased by me in 1990 and went through an extensive restoration at that time that included a complete new West System Epoxy encapsulated marine plywood bottom to make it lighter and non-soak so it could be trailered easily. The engine was completely rebuilt with new crankshaft, pistons, gaskets, seals, etc and modernized with the addition of a 12 volt electrical system, oil filter, oil pressure safety switch, electric fuel pump. The chrome which is complete was re-chromed professionally the same year. In addition a center mount auto bilge pump was installed. New upholstery and complete new varnish in 2021. Awesome little boat!! We used this boat approx 2-3 weeks a year until about 1995 and then was used very little for the next 26 years but was kept in our garage under cover. In 2021 my daughter wanted to use it as part of her wedding so the varnish was redone (14 coats) and the upholstery was redone and I pulled it 1100 miles to Maine for the 3 weeks we were there. It ran perfectly and is now back in our garage in NC. My estimate is that it has probably has less than 200 hours use since the 1990 restoration. It is a beautiful very functional craft that is great for family activities with the open back which makes it a great watersport boat for skiing, tubing, etc. Carries up to 5 people and I love skiing behind it. The boat came from Lake Lanier in SC originally and I used the boat on Lake Keowee in SC mostly and spent several weeks on Lake Webb in Maine 2 different times. It has always been trailered since I owned it. This boat needs nothing currently except for love and care and routine maintenance. Thank you.

37' Feet 1962 Chris-Craft Constellation

Lovingly restored and upgraded classic wood Chris-Craft! Twin Chevy 283 engines (approx. 800 hours) provide the power to explore, while the 400 Ah battery bank and Kohler 7.5 Generator allow for multi-day off-the-grid adventures. All original documentation and electrical diagrams still onboard. Currently residing in a protected covered berth near Isleton, California, this beauty is in remarkable condition. Recent survey (November 2020) available. Roomy forward sundeck and bow seating, covered aft deck/lounge area, well-appointed galley, large salon and two heads make this the perfect vessel for families or entertaining. Full beam owner’s suite features two beds, a private head, large hanging closet, full-size dresser and under-bed storage drawers. Bow stateroom offers 2 more berths, and dinette converts to additional sleep space. Original mahogany interior with all new carpet and flooring. Extensive list of updates include: New 1500-watt Cobra inverter with in-cabin controls, New VacuFlush system with 30 gallon holding tank and in-cabin capacity gauge, Original icebox replaced with new under-counter refrigerator/freezer (original mahogany door remains), Exterior cushions re-upholstered (white vinyl). Hull and transom planks replaced/restored as needed, New propeller shafts, New carpet and flooring installed throughout, New swim ladder (as back-up for original mahogany ladder, still onboard), Entire hull refinished/restored and painted, Transom stripped, stained and varnished. New ProNautic 1250P Marine Charger (12V/50A) (for house battery bank). Refurbished mahogany bartop in galley, Replaced zinc anodes, Bottom painted All new house battery bank (400Ah) New starter battery banks (2) and 3-way Mastervolt 25-amp, 3-way battery bank charger. Complete refurbishment and servicing of Kohler 7.5 Generator (re-built carburetor, replaced relays, replaced impeller, plugs, cables and fuel pump. Changed oil and coolant). Original generator now runs like new. Complete servicing of both engines (rebuilt carburetors, new points and condensers, new caps and rotors, change oil, filters and spark plugs).

80 Feet 1939 PA Navy Yard - Bureau of Ships

*1939 PATROL TORPEDO BOAT P.T. 8/YF 110 WW2 HISTORY*   PT8 – YF110 - PATROL TORPEDO BOAT - 80 Foot Long 17 Foot Beam. All Aluminum Construction. 3 Axle Trailer included. Fitted with Twin Detroit Diesels 16cV71V's (30 knots) Built at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in 1939. A rare piece of history with Substantial Documentation and Records included in sale. According to historical experts, there are only 12 remaining PT Boats in the World. This boat was one of a few Navy Prototype boats. This boat was in service during WW2. This is the only known Aluminum hulled P.T. Boat in existence. Lengthy Documentation. Appraised at $3.75 Million in 2009 by 46 year Naval Expert. A variety of recent work has been completed on the boat. 110V power – New Gearbox. Shafts Heat Exchangers. Propellers. Hull is in excellent condition. Engines are started regularly and run strong.   Beautiful Helm. Looks Fantastic in the Water. All information provided in this add is subject to review of all documentation held by seller. Potential buyer can review and confirm accuracy of specifics provided at the time of viewing the vessel. USD. Located in Louisiana USA. Does not include transportation or international customs/VAT etc. We can refer you to a shipper and or Import Professional. BRIEF HISTORY : PT-7 Class Aluminum-hulled Motor Torpedo Boat (Prototype) - District Patrol Craft Built by Philadelphia Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA Ordered, 23 June 1939 Laid down, 29 December 1939 Launched, 29 October 1940 Placed in service with Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 1 as PT-8, 25 February 1941 Transferred to Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 2, 13 August 1941 Reclassified District Patrol Craft YP-110, 14 October 1941 Assigned to Inshore Patrol, Fourth Naval District, 1942 Placed out of service, date unknown Struck from the Naval Register, 10 January 1943 Authorization for machinery salvage and hull scrapping r, 01 February 1943 Hull apparently retained at Philadelphia Navy Yard for tests and sold postwar Video Available upon request at Antique Boat America

21 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra

This 1955 Chris-Craft 21’ Black Cobra is perhaps the first-and-only true vintage Hot Rod boat in the classic-boating hobby. This boat is believed to come about as a collaboration between Jim Street and his friend, George Barris. Prior to Street’s passing in 2017, he was known as the only original Cobra owner left, having purchased the boat new in 1955 at the age of 21. Street special-ordered Hull No. BR-21-010 custom from Chris-Craft through his local dealer. Since even the top-option Cadillac V-8 was not powerful enough for Street, he ordered the boat without an engine. This enabled him to install a Henry Meyer-built Cadillac V-8. He took delivery in February 1955. Soon after, a blower was installed to make the boat even faster. The hull modifications included painting the hull sides and iconic fin gloss black, blonde-stained covering boards, eight Buick porthole ventilators and quad exhaust tips. The Interior featured an array of added instruments, a port-side dash and a Batmobile-style twin-grip yoke steering control. This is the boat seen in the iconic "Beach Photo" staged with the Golden Sahara and was the featured attraction at the 2nd annual Bakersfield Motor and Boat Show in 1959 alongside the Golden Sahara II. In the more recent years the boat has had the bottom refastened, interior redone and a new wiring harness installed. We also had the super charger rebuilt and the engine gone through. We are trying to preserve the history Jim Street has created with this boat. Included in the sale is the trailer seen in the pictures.

25 Feet 1949 Chris-Craft Sportsman w/ Twins

Rare one of a kind 1949 25' Sportsman with Twin KL engines. This boat has been fully restored from the bottom up. No expense was spared on this boat. All outer planks, bottom, sides, and decks were replaced. Both engines were totally rebuilt. Gauges restored by Clawson instruments, all chrome redone, interior, wiring, and much more. This boat is considered as one of the Family Boats. Six 25' hulls were constructed in the Holland, MI plant, one for each Smith brother, and one each for their attorney, lumber supplier, and one for the Ford family. Each was equipped with twin 105 hp KL's (except for one). Each of the six boats have two hull cards, one from the Holland factory, indicting the boats were "to be completed by factory at Algonac", and another from Algonac, where very special modifications and equipment were installed. Each boat received a shock-absorber dampened front seat, said to have been supplied by a friend of Bernard Smith, who manufactured them for the U.S. Army, as used in tanks. Rumor had it the seat did its' job so well, the Smith's thought owners would beat the bottoms out of their boats if they made it an option! Each boat also received the optional aft seat, with a live well under the starboard 2/3 of the seat, and a cooler under the port 1/3. Each boat had an aft steering tiller installed, and a pre-war single pane folding windshield (except for one), and a fish pole locker with locking door. For more detail on the "special six", see Woody Boater: http://www.woodyboater.com/blog/2015/09/24/the-special-25-sportsman-of-1949-six-very-special-wooden-boats/

26 Feet 1936 Custom Commuter

1936 26’ Custom Commuter found in a boat house on a canal between Ashland St and Gray Haven Island in Detroit bordering Gross Pointe. It was across the canal from DYC Commodore Gar Wood’s mansion. Both properties are across the Detroit River from the Detroit Yacht Club on Belle Isle. Plenty of boating history in this location. We have the Coast Guard Hull card and the builder’s Coast Guard picture ID. The hull was laid in 1936. Gar Wood made a 1936 26’ Hull in 1935-1936. The hull is very similar to a Gar Wood Hull but the definitive plans were lost. All the bottom, sides and roof structure are original wood including the original the beautiful transom. It is all old growth mahogany. It swells perfectly in 24 hours yearly. The motor is original to the boat and the flat head 8 cylinder runs and powers the boat through the water perfectly. All the inside mahogany is new, the upholstery is new, the cabin top and Headliner is new, all the trim is custom stainless and period fittings are re chromed. 2 new automatic bilge pumps and blower are new for safety. Depth finder and inverter have also been added. All the dash gauges and switches are new and the shifter for the drive is attached to a Velvet Drive for smooth linkage fee operation. A hidden depth finder, stereo and power inverter were added for convenience and enjoyment. The canopy is new sunbrella. This is a one off boat and totally custom. The history of finding the boat and launching it are must reads from articles in the Brass Bell. They will detail the story completely. Under my ownership the boat was always in the water in a covered boathouse on Torch Lake , Michigan and stored on the custom bunk trailer fabricated for maximum hull support in the winters in a new insulated Pole Barn with no supplemental heat. It has been stripped of hardware and varnished every 3 years and professionally winterized with spring service on tune up, fluids and water test trial each year. I own multiple collectible rare boats and this one is the show stopper. Contact with the experienced restorer is available.

13.5 feet Feet 1937 Thompson Bro's Boat Mfg. Co., Peshtigo, WI

This original vintage 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip row boat was fully restored by our late father Robert (Bob) Kraemer in May 1986. It is in excellent condition (hardwood oak seats) and ready for the water! The boat comes with a trailer and 1949-1952 (Serial #350385 so it is that year range based on our research) vintage Mercury KF5 Super5 5HP outboard motor. It also comes with fully restored wooden oars, carpet pad for the bottom, classic vintage anchor, and battery operated bow and stern lights. Our father Bob was an avid duck and goose hunter (as well as whitetail and mule deer, turkey, bear, elk hunter and fisherman) and who was a life-long conservationist with an eye and love of the outdoors, which he passed these traditions on to his 4 sons and grandchildren. He was a life-long supporter of Ducks Unlimited and was the editor and publisher of the DU Webfoot News for over 25 years. Our dad was born in 1937 and DU was also first established in 1937 so he purchased this 1937 Thompson Bro's wooden cedar-strip boat as a way to commemorate the year DU was established and year of his birth. He completely restored it by himself in May 1986 (see plate of restoration date with his name and month/year stamped in the rear hull of the boat). The boat has been kept in storage and is in excellent condition (just like it was in May 1986 when he restored it), and is ready for another collector to add this age-old beauty to their collection or continue to use for duck hunting, fishing, or just for enjoying the serenity of a local lake. This Thompson Bro's wooden cedar strip boat and vintage Mercury outboard have many more years to go!

23' Feet 1948 Chris-Craft Express Cruiser

I am selling my rare, 1948 Chris-Craft Express Cruiser with a like new custom made BP Performance trailer due to health reasons. The Cruiser has been in the process of restoration and is almost ready for launch. I've owned this Cruiser for over 20 years and have had a lot of professional work done to her. The 125 hp Chrysler Marine engine ran strong and was professionally pickled. The hull is very sold with fresh calk/paint and the bottom is tight with copper paint. Included with the boat is a snap-on bimini top with side curtains. Extras include back vents, chromed Chris-Craft emblems, and a refinished swim deck with braces, anchors and hanging bumpers. The cowling pad and back seat are brand new. Inside the cabin there is is room for two to sleep on new, unused, custom-made cushions. There is also a cabinet sink with a fresh-water holding tank, fuse box, and additional storage space. The draft is 2 feet, which lets you sit up high while driving for better views on the waterways. The following restorations are still needed: Back vents and back light to be attached. Refinished swim deck with braces to be attached. Needs some calking under chine. Original Chris-Craft emblems to be attached. Needs fresh deck floor paint. Helm could use varnishing. 1 foot curved section of front of keel needs copper paint and as shown. Hose needed from bilge pump to inside exit fixture. Fresh battery. This is a great boat for cruising the lakes and for overnight camping. There's lots of room for others to sit comfortably on the boat to enjoy day trips and seeing the views. Lots of fun to be had with this boat.

17 ft Feet 1870 Custom-built Boston Whitehall

"Glory" is a Fancy Boston Whitehall and a replica of The Bailey Boat that is on display in the Mystic Seaport Museum. The design dates back to the 1870's. This boat was referred to as a Fancy Whitehall as her scantlings are reduced to an absolute minimum and her hull lines are drawn extra lean and fine. Whitehalls were known for their breathtaking speed as well as being very seaworthy. This one has three rowing positions for 3 oarsmen or can be rowed using the single sliding seat rig mounted in the middle of the boat. A few years back she was used in the movie "Cannibals" which aired on the History Channel. In that movie, they jury rigged a makeshift sail and had 4 actors in the boat. Some of the photos are taken in calm waters in Oyster Bay L.I. The ones with the jury rig sail are taken off Lloyds Neck on the Long Island Sound with a nice breeze. The boat is built with West system epoxy, 2 layers of fiberglass cloth on the outside 1 layer of 6 oz. cloth on the inside. She has some very special details outlined in a separate list. The hull is all solid red cedar with fluted ash rails and spruce cove strip. Transom & bow seats are spruce to save weight in the ends, the center seats are ash frames with cane centers to save more weight. ( See list for other details ) I worked on this boat for a little over one year as I wanted every detail to be perfect. This is the st boat I've built and it's not easy to part with her. If you're looking for something very speciat, that turns heads, can hold 4 people or just go real fast in any weather this is the boat

26' 8" Feet 1962 Chris Craft

This is a 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Sportsman, Hull Identification Number SUC 27-0125; length 26’ 8”; beam 8’ 10”; draft 25”; seating capacity 7. According to the Chris Craft hull card it has its original engine, a Chris Craft 283-SE 185 hp V8, serial number 823662. The boat presently is used on a fresh-water lake in central PA and was pulled to take the accompanying photos. Its last major restoration was in 2015-16, including: 1) new transom; 2) 15 new steam-bent white oak ribs; 3) new forward white oak rub-rails; and 4) new mahogany marine plywood gunnel coverboards. The topsides were stripped, sanded, CPES sealed, and painted with two coats of two-part Epifanes polyurethane, the bottom received Pettit’s hard racing copper bronze, and the interior received two coasts of Sandusky Chris Craft gray bilge paint. All interior brightwork was stripped, sanded, CPES sealed, and varnished with Interlux schooner marine varnish and the floorboards were stripped, CPES sealed, and covered with Nautolex Decko Dot flooring. The engine was completely and professionally rebuilt to burn unleaded gas (~$6000) and equipped with a PerTronix electronic distributor, new Holly 4-barrel electric choke carburetor, new 2 ½” ID water/exhaust hoses and new engine cooling hoses, new Holly electric fuel pump, line, and gas filter, and a resealed gas tank. All the boat’s electricals and wiring were replaced with new EzAcDc marine fuses, wiring, Blue Sea Systems starting isolation/dual sensing automatic charging relay, and restored engine gauges by Kocian Instruments. New Kidde fire extinguishers were installed along with a Xintex M-1 Fa fume detector. The original steering wheel was mounted on a new Teleflex Steering Helm and Cable. All hardware was re-chromed by Liorandi’s. Total cost of restoration not including labor >$20,000. Also included are a swimming ladder, custom-made bimini and boat cover, a Garmin Echomap CHIRP 42dv with a bronze thru-hull mounted transducer, and marine radio, chrome trumpet air horn, period-correct dash-controlled spotlight, and numerous spare parts.

18 Feet 1949 Chris-Craft U-18 Sportsman

Purchased in November 2021 from private owner who had not used the boat for two years. It has been stored under cover since restoration, which was completed in recent years by Wykes Boatworks, Harlem, ON. Boat weighs roughly 2,000 lbs (dry). 18 ft long, 6.5 ft beam, 4” wide gunwales, 22” from top of gunwale to waterline, 28” gunwale to bottom of keel. 18” draft. Excellent condition, all wood sound. Varnish in excellent condition. She is a classic beauty, a head turner, with modern upgrades to make her a dependable runner. Several upgrades completed over the winter of 2021/2022 including: sanded off old name on the stern and put on new name - "Lady Di" - gold lettering decal, restained and varnished. 2 coats of enamel paint on bottom – maroon colour to match the upholstery, engine checked over, tuned, fresh oil and filter, new plugs and distributor cap, battery in good shape. The Volvo Penta 4 cylinder engine (circa 2003) is well known for reliability, durability and good fuel economy. Bilge cleaned. Front seat moved back by 4". Built storage area under the bow with removable mesh screen to hold stowed objects in place when underway. Replaced old cracked steering wheel with new 14” mahogany one with horn button, new horn. Replaced original floor lever gear shift and throttle control on steering wheel with new single lever side control (forward/reverse and throttle). Much easier now to operate and manoeuvre. New foam and maroon vinyl upholstery on all seats. Installed sliding tracks for bimini top (maroon colour to match upholstery) so it can be folded down, zipped into a vinyl cover and rests on stern when not in use. New detachable stainless steel 4 step swim ladder fits on port side aft. Removed upholstery on top of engine box and replaced with a hinged, varnished wood top that sits level and has storage underneath. Installed USB twin port on front dash. New stern pole. Installed new fire extinguisher. New paddle and boat hook mounted on starboard side. Note – the boat has: Hydraulic trim tabs with independent controls on the dash to help trim, balance and planing. Comes with custom-made vinyl cover (maroon colour to match upholstery) with tie down straps to the trailer so it transports without flapping or coming off. Automatic bilge pump. Trailer is a single axle Escort Capri with surge brakes, spare tire, custom made carpeted bunks to fit the boat correctly, vertical guide poles, 14” wheels and radial tires, custom made extended winch pole to crank the boat on to the trailer correctly, new LED tail lights and strip lights on the vertical guide poles (highly visible!). Weighs approximately 700 lbs. GVW 3,740 lbs. The boat comes with everything including anchor & rope, bailer and floating lifeline, manual hand pump, triangular Ontario bow flag and rear Canada flag. Will even include two new PFD’s – XL and M!