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33 feet Feet 1978 Carver Mariner
33’ CARVER Mariner 1978 - Original Owners. Freshwater vessel. Stored indoors and heated winters. Recent improvements include addition of new electronic ignition to the twin Crusader 270hp engines. Air conditioner with reverse heat. Kohler 7.5kw generator. The Carver 33' Mariner provides a significant interior space. It has ample room in the main salon and dinette area for a large family with their guest and is able to sleep five owners and guests. This spacious vessel has a full galley just off of the salon. The forward state room easily accommodates two adults with its own private entrance to the head and enclosed shower on board. Access to the fully enclosed fly bridge is available through either the main cabin or from the aft cockpit. The fly bridge includes expansive seating that can be converted to a full-size sun mattress.
20 Feet 1967 Penn Yan
Clean, well-maintained wood Penn Yan utility, one of the last wooden power boats produced by the company in its 80-year history. This 20-foot model has unblemished upholstery, gleaming woodwork and spotless floor covering. She's been out of the water for 6 years but the engine will run smartly and the hull is ready to go.
20 Feet 1965 Grady White Pacific
This is a true original boat. Currently owned by the original owner. The engine and boat have 40 original hours on them. Always stored indoors and it shows. For being original paint and varnish and obviously faded over the years it is really in excellent shape. Absolutely no rot, surveys welcome. This is a boat that is ready to use this year. The motor has a brand new electrical system and new water pump and was run on land last year. It starts right up and is ready to go. Own this incredible big water boat for little money.
23' Feet 1988 Sea Ox Cuddy Sport Fish
Once used by USCG and US Fish and Wildlife, Sea Ox Boats are known to heavy and well built! Second owner vessel with very low overall hours and a new 4.3 Vortec engine installed with closed cooling system in 2000, w/376 hours. Owned and maintained by accomplished Boat/Porsche mechanic. Trim tabs, cabin heater, live wells, full eeisen glass cockpit helm, rebuilt Alpha One outdrive. Very light on fuel consumption. 24 knots at 2800 rpm's on plane cruising. All winters indoor storage. Newer tires and brakes on trailer.
18 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
Boat was completely restored to factory new by Old Time Boat Co. Inc in the early 2000's and delivered to the owner who put her in storage where it remained for 20 years. Following the owners death she was shipped to Old Time Boat Co. to check out all systems, run the engine, and put this immaculate example of a Chris Craft Sea Skiff up for sale. All Canvas is custom done to match the original style.
15 Feet 1956 Grenell Outboard
New bottom replaced and revarnish 3 years and in storage since. Personal changes made over the 18 years. 4 seat upholstery and custom Bimini. Back story: this sweet boat was owned by Denny Christianson of Aurora and Carnarvon Ontario. One of Canada’s major Jazz artists and treasures in the music business. The boat was purchased at ACBS Field of Dreams boat show 2003 and participated in the ACBS Boat Show- The year of small boats. Denny and wife Rose were members of ACBS Toronto for many years and enjoyed the fun and adventures of The Antique Boat Society.
21ft Feet 1952 AR Rocket Sloop
Classic 21ft carvel plank wooden sloop sailboat. This was built in 1952 by AR in Amesbury, MA. The true rocket’s are hard to come by. This boat comes with bran new unused paint for the hull, a brand new deep cycle battery, newer sail and jib (serviced). Custom interior cushions. Sleeps two to three. Small toilet space. Solar recharge system for battery as well.
16 Feet 1959 Century Resorter
No soak 5200 bottom, rare roll back roof, new intake manifold and Holley 2 barrel carb w/ electric choke. In water this season, runs excellent. Will need tach cable. New A+A upholstery in 2020. Gray Marine V8 operating on 12 volt system. This Resorter is from the Chris Johnson collection.
24 Feet 1940 Lyman Mahogany-Sided Sedan
Lyman Boat Works constructed only five of the 24-foot sedan model in 1940; "Sea ‘N Isle" is the only survivor. She is also unique in that she has never been painted. "Sea ‘N Isle" has been on the St. Lawrence for over 80 years and has functioned as both a mailboat and fishing guideboat during her life. Purchased by the current owner in 1990, "Sea ‘N Isle" then underwent a 2-year restoration project including rebuilding both engines and transmissions. Over the years, she participated in several Antique Boat Museum-sponsored excursions, including one to Quebec City. She was also a poster-boat for the 2015 Clayton Antique Boat Show and won the Best Lyman in Show award at the 2010 show. She is a rare boat in overall very good condition but needs cosmetic work on her bottom and touch-up to her varnish.
18 Feet 1951 Lyman Islander Side-Steer
Purchased by her current owner as a nearly pristine barn-find about 10 years ago, this lovely Lyman Islander went through a cosmetic restoration and is in very nice overall condition. The hull and bottom are in excellent condition. Paint, varnish, and chrome all redone. A custom snap-on tonneau cover/trailering cover was made by Weather Stopper Canvas as well as an original-style convertible top. She is complete with much documentation from the Lyman Boat Owner's Association as well as restoration documentation. Equipment includes lines, fenders, fire extinguisher (original equipment and new), GPS/depthfinder, PFDs, charts, and a well-fitted single axle bunk trailer. Original 6V starting system and auxiliary 12V battery for GPS system. This is a really nice little Islander with lots of extras!
18 Feet 1969 Century Resorter
Very rare Century Resorter - one of the earliest fiberglass models 19 feet, early fiberglass, transition from wood in 1968 . Current owner 25-plus years restored around 2007 with full upholstery replacement and repainting of AwlGrip. Powered by a hefty 330HP Chrysler "big block" V8 for water skiing, tubing, leisurley crusiing or just getting there fast! The 19 foot Resorter was produced in limited quantities and is a very enjoyable size!
27' Feet 1898 Topan Launch
1898 27' Toppan Launch built in Medford Ma. Excellent restored condition powered by a 4 cyl Kermath. Super all weather roof, great seating capacity, beautiful brass hardware and floodlight. Very rare piece and nice addition to any boat house. Tandem trailer with full keel board. Needs some wiring to finish.
17 Feet 1940 Lyman Islander (Hard Top)
One of the best maintained Lyman Double-Steer Islanders we have seen in many years, and a rare hard top version at that. "Pooch" (the owner's nickname for his daughter when she was younger) has a forward-facing wheel in the front seat and a side-steer wheel amidships. She sports a rebuilt engine and transmission, custom-fitted cushions, a sliding sun-roof on the sedan top, and a big rudder for extra maneuverability. She comes with a solid Loadrite galvanized trailer with bunks. An unusual boat in great condition at an attractive price. Just add water!
24 Feet 1949 Grew Admiral Utility
"M'Lora" is a 1949 Grew Admiral built in Penetanguishene, Ontario, the second largest of the fleet of Grew boats built for recreation and cruising. Grew boats were well-built for rough water conditions and were Canada's answer to Lyman boats. She is true Utility in that you can walk around the engine box freely. The boat is very roomy and spacious and was built for heavy water in Georgian Bay and surrounding areas. She was purchased by her current owners in 1982 and restored over a period of 3 years for her first launching in 1986. She has taken many ACBS awards over the years and has been regularly maintained and used each year. She is complete with much documentation and has been well maintained. Her finished are in good condition currently and just in need of bottom paint at this time.
18’ 2” Feet 2009 Custom
I am looking to sell my 2009 custom-built Glen-L design, open cockpit, mid-engine runabout in pristine condition. The boat was built by my grandfather. It is one of a kind. Never stored outdoors or uncovered. It is a Hard chine “V” hull, marine-grade mahogany plywood/epoxy on frame construction. All Stainless steel and brass hardware only. Length: ??18’-2” Beam: ???7’-1” 1800 lbs (approx.) The boat is powered by a 1965-68, single Ford 210, 289 ci, 8 cyl, gas inboard, raw water cooled, ???through a “Velvet Drive” model ASI-70C, 1:1 ratio transmission 2013 vessel valuation (by certified Marine Surveyor): $25,000 I have the full marine survey, certification and estimated value available for review by interested buyers. As stated above, this boat is one of a kind and a piece of art, so an accurate value is virtually impossible. I am asking 20, 000 CAD for the boat, it is located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The boat also comes with a matching single 3500lb axle trailer and cover. No reasonable offer refused Please reply to this ad, call or text
17-foot 1969 Larson All-American
This is a one owner boat that was garage kept it's entire life. Mr. Smoot (yes that's his real name) bought her brand new in 1969 for his family to fish and ski with. After his children grew up and left home, no one in the family had an interest in her anymore so he winterized her and stored her in his garage for the past 21 years. About 4 months ago, he gave the boat to his granddaughter to do with what she pleased. She didn't have any use for the boat so she put it on the internet for sale. I restore antique boats for a hobby. I was just browsing for my next project and came across an ad that said "old boat for sale ran good 20 years ago make me an offer." The picture was of a V hull under an old dusty canvas boat cover. I called the number and all she knew about it was her grandfather bought it new and took her mom and the other kids fishing and skiing with it and it had a car motor in it. I asked her if I could come look at it. So the next afternoon I pull into her driveway to find a 1969 17 foot Larson 166 All American that was in pristine condition with a 3.0 Mercruiser engine and a spotless Alpha 1 Mercruiser outdrive. I made her a fair offer, told her what I planned on doing with it and waited on her reply. She looked at me with eyes tearing up and said I will be right back. I thought boy I just screwed this up. In about 10 minutes she came back out of her house smiling from ear to ear. Just then a 1966 Chevy pick up pulled up with an elderly man and a middle aged (mid 50's, my age) man inside. It was her dad and her grandfather, Mr. Smoot! After introductions, Mr. Smoot looked me dead in the eye, told me 20 stories about the boat and how they all loved her, especially his youngest daughter (the girl's mother). He said he only had one thing to ask me to do. Please make sure his daughter got to see the boat finished before I sell her. I agreed, shook all their hands and left. She will get to see her today, not a picture but my wife and I are taking Belle (that's what they named her) over to her house so she can see the boat brought back to life. So here's what is for sale: New upholstered seats on the original frames (all done right here in Bristol, TN, U.S.A.). New white side panels on the ORIGINAL top, done at the same upholstery shop and still soft as it was the day it was made. (I went with white side panels to give it that extra classic look.) The floor in this boat is solid with no soft spots or rot. New EVA 3M marine faux teakwood non-slip flooring. New carpet in the bow/forward storage area and on the side storage areas. Brand new upholstery on the rear jump seats done in 2010 when the family thought they were going to restore the seats but something halted this idea and they were stored in plastic bags inside cardboard boxes. I didn't have them recovered to preserve the originality of the boat. All new light switches and wiring up front. New light bulbs in the bow and stern lights and the instrument lights. They all work. Original Taylormade spot light that is super bright. ORIGINAL FACTORY TRAIN HORNS that are SUPER LOUD. New bilge blower, blower tubes and switch. New fuel line from tank to carburetor. New brass fuel shut-off ball valve. Two new fuel filters, a canister type before the pump and a Holly clear glass water separator before the carb. New rear view mirror. Replaced old mechanical fuel pump with new electric fuel pump. Carburetor rebuild. New spark plugs, points, condenser and spark plug wires. Fresh oil and filter change. Three new, brushed stainless motor cover hinges. The transom in this boat is solid inside and out. All chrome parts on this boat are factory original. The wind shield is original with excellent clarity and minimum fine scratches. The paint and gel coat are in excellent condition and high gloss. The hull has minimal bottom scratches and side scratches. [I only do quality restorations on boats with good bones. If it's safe enough for my grandchildren to be in, then it's safe for anyone. My wife and I did all of the work to this boat except the upholstery, including 20 hours of buffing and waxing. She's a beautiful , great running , great riding boat with no issues. Thank you for looking, Tam and Dave]
17' Feet 1964 Century Resorter
Our Resorter Hope has new upholstery, vinyl plank-look flooring, new windshield & gas tank. Her hull has been well maintained. It does need seasonal application of hull caulking. Her EZ Load trailer has been customized with a bunk for her bow.
36 Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Commander
Project Cruiser: 1954 36’ Chris Craft Commander, twin MLRs. Mystère is a hardtop 6-sleeper in quite original condition (second owner), many awards and used for calendar covers. Structure, mechanics, and electricals all in good condition when dry-docked 7 years ago, but even with coverings, the weathering damage is significant. This boat deserves ‘saving’ but will require extensive and complete cosmetics including all brightwork, topsides and bottom, wood repair/replacement in both gunwale ‘cubbies’ and stern corners, upholstery, carpeting. If you can handle the work, you will have a valuable and fabulous boat. Other than the in-water shot, the pictures show present condition. Converted to 12V DC and modern AC panel, three Guest switches, two ProMariner chargers, Jabsco bronze water pumps, modern fuel filtration, Pertronix ignition, Federal drive couplings, bronze exhaust elbows, Marelon thru-hulls, modern water heater and fridge, full canvas cover and extra cockpit cover with side window panels, various engine and hardware spares including extra bronze props and driveshafts.
17 Feet 1964 Glastron Sportsman V-171
Very nice 1964 Glastron in very good shape. Handles like a new boat, interior is custom not stock in good condition. Very comfortable riding boat. Paint is in average condition but looks good. 2018 Yamaha 70hp 4 stroke with 100 hours on it, never used anything but marine fuel. Trailer is a 2016 galvanized with led lights in great shape.
24.5 ft Feet 1982 Regal Ambassador 245 XL
This late classic fiberglass cuddy cabin has been garage kept. Excellent running condition. Upholstery has no holes, rips, tears or mold. Transom replaced Oct 2020. New batteries and bilge pump May 2021. We have used this boat on the lake to spend relaxing weekends or spend the day tubing with the family. Unfortunately we no longer have a need for a boat of this size. I am the 3rd owner and to my knowledge everything from the seats to the canvas covers is original. Bimini will need repaired or replaced. When used last (Memorial Day weekend 2021) it began to tear. It is the original bimini
22 Feet 1957 Chris-Craft Sea Skiff
My dad bought it in 1997 and had it shipped to Washington from the East Coast. He replaced the original engine with a new GM block V8 in 2008. He had the engine rebuilt since then. It was test run and installed in the boat but not run in the water. The boat has always been stored in a barn when not in use. The hull is in solid condition. The sides and transom are in good shape but the bottom needs to be sanded and repainted, the covering boards and some varnished surfaces need cleaning and a fresh coat of varnish, and the floor needs new carpet. The upholstery and canvas top are in good condition. The boat comes with a double-axle Venture trailer.
16 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 100 Runabout
A nice example of Dodge's 16' split cockpit runabout. The Model 100 originally featured a 4 cylinder Lycoming engine, but this example has been repowered with a rebuilt 85hp Gray Marine of similar size. Restored, much new planking, interior replaced. This is a nice Dodge to add to your collection!
25 Feet 1987 Grady White Sailfish
This 25ft Grady is in fine condition. She received a new transom and new fuel tanks. The 200hp Mercury outboards run great and have received many hours of maintenance and service. A perfect fishing boat by a reputable builder, this classic Grady will serve its next owner well.
19 Feet 1966 Century Resorter
This is a great opportunity to own a rare classic. Century built only 41 of these in 1966. It was purchased from Links Landing at the Lake of the Ozarks and I believe I'm the 2nd owner. It was definitely well cared for. The 66 Resorter came with a sliding top which can cover the drivers area, or can be slid back to cover the engine area. (see pictures)The engine is the legendary Buick 401 Nailhead which was chosen by the US Airforce to be the starter engine for the SR-71 super sonic spy plane. The hull/bottom is in excellent condition and looks to be all original. The interior is in good condition. I would give it a 8.5 out of 10. This boat is a true head turner. It also comes with a tandem axle trailer.
17 Feet 1963 Century Resorter
This Resorter has a tight traditional bottom that soaks in hours. All gauges work, seat are in good shape and comes on a well fitted single axel trailer. She has a full cover. All she needs is a new owner.
18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman
purchased boat in 2007 from a family in Wisconsin who kept it on an inland lake. Hull # U18369
15'6" Feet 1939 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Beautifully maintained Deluxe Runabout with a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. The boat has been fully restored and has all the original chrome pieces. We bought the boat over 25 years ago as a "show boat" to take to various events around the Northeast. Hence, it was used very little during our ownership but we always maintained it in top shape. It was in running smoothly two years ago when it went to storage. It has always been stored in a closed facility. Original Chris-Craft specification papers are available.
16 Feet 1971 Century Resorter
An early classic fiberglass example from the legendary Century Boat Company of Manistee, MI; the Resorter model transitioned from mahogany construction to fiberglass in the late 1960's. This 1971 model is the smaller 16 foot version that is equal parts fast and fun to drive. Custom ordered BRAND NEW by her current owner, she has been very well cared-for throughout her life. She was ordered from the factory with a custom, camel leather interior that remains in excellent shape today. This is a rare find and ready to enjoy this season! Some scratches noted below the waterline in the gelcoat and the price has been lowered to reflect this.
16 Feet 1959 Herters Flying Fish
The epitome of 1950's styling, the Herters Flying Fish featured extravagant fins and body-lines. This example has been nicely restored and features her original Mercury 4 cylinder engine. A great display piece!
23 Feet 1971 Lyman Offshore
A two owner boat, and owned and cared for by a master cabinet maker who performed all the necessary maintenance and touch ups as needed. The boat was always boat house kept and stored indoors seasonally and has been in inside storage for the past 13 years. The current family has owned it since 1981. This Offshore model features a spacious layout and cuddy cabin. The boat is equipped with auto pilot and a windlass.This boat has been left in excellent in storage and the engine has been checked up on and turned yearly. This boat should need little to no work and is ready for boating this season.
22 Feet 1967 Century Raven
Solid boat used last four summers. Upholstery is very nice. Opening windshield in great condition and awesome in warm weather. Floor and decks are white utilitarian dynel/epoxy. Last year of the lapstrake solid mahogany planked Raven.
17 Feet 1956 Higgins Speedster
"Johnny Reb." It's a 1956 Higgins sportster, with a 292 Thunderbird Interceptor motor. We are the second family to own this boat. It was acquired by my father in 1973 from family friends. It was the boat that he learned to ski on as a kid and couldn't pass up the opportunity to own. My father did a full motor rebuild in 1981 and cared for all maintenance until 2015. He's getting up there in age and the boat has been in my possession ever since. I already have my own boat that I use for everything, and so the Reb has just been sitting in my garage for the last six years. I feel that it's time to let her go to a good family that would love to have a classic boat.
27 Feet 1929 Meteor Triple Cockpit Runabout
Offered is a 1929 27’ Meteor triple cockpit boat. These boats are extremely rare as only 60 were built and only 7 known to exist today. The boats were designed by the famous naval architect George Crouch who designed many famous race boats such as Baby Bootlegger. The boats were ahead of their time, with many unique features such as cast bronze knees instead of wood and planks fastened from the back side of the batten so there are very few bungs in the planks. The beam of this boat is only six feet giving it a very slender look. The bottom and the engine have been replaced. It is powered by an Olds Rocket V-8. This is a complete boat minus the windshield and have another steering wheel to go with it. All mahogany ship sides are with the boat just not installed. Also a better tandem axle trailer is included with the boat but not pictured. The hardware on these boats is amazing featuring the shooting stars/Meteor. This is relatively easy project requiring refinishing and new interior and very valuable collector boat when completed.
22 Feet 1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman
This black-hulled beauty has a classy look when on the water. The simple but attractive lines of the popular Chris-Craft U-22 model are complemented by her dark sides. With ample power and lots of room, she'll easily carry 6-8 passengers out on any lake or river. Picnics, cocktails or just cruisin' around are what she does best. A gash on the port-side forward can easily be repaired and the sides and bottom need sanding and fresh paint. Otherwise she is in overall above-average condition and ready for a new owner. Comes with a solid twin-axle trailer.
18 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This is a true original find. The boat is 90% original that has had a complete cosmetic restoration including upholstery and complete refinish or decks and sides. The Transom has been is new as are a few deck boards and one bottom plank. All bad wood was removed. The Chris Craft Model B has been completely rebuilt, including carb, water pump and starter and has approximately 5 hours of run time on it since. The boat was in the water in 2020. EVERYTHING on this boat is fully operational. This is a turn key boat. There is a period correct Gray Marine 4 Cyl engine that will go with the sale.
16 Feet 1961 Raveau Bomb Outboard
This Raveau was restored in 1996 by original builder Bob Walwork and I purchased it in 2000. Boat and motor always stored indoors, both boat and motor are in perfect condition.
18 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
A popular lapstrake utility model, the Sea Skiff is a comfortable design that takes the water well. This 18ft Sea Skiff has spent the last 8 years in Lake Placid where it was boat house kept year round. The boat has received work over the years as needed including some minor bottom work. The V8 Chevrolet engine gives the boat plenty of power, and a teak swim platform has been added, making her a good ski boat if desired. She was used every season the last 8 years, and could use a little love to freshen her up but is a sound and handy boat for many uses. Last in the water and running Spring 2021. There is no trailer included with this boat but gantries are available on site to position the boat on to your trailer, or transport may be arranged.
18 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Capri
A rare model built for only one year, a total of only 64 Capris were built in 1959. This fun 18ft Capri has spent the last 8 years in Lake Placid where it was boat house kept year round. The boat has received work over the years as needed including some replaced bottom planks, some coats of varnish and regular engine maintenance. The upholstery and gauges are in excellent shape, and the boat soaks quickly and runs well. This was one of Chris Craft's first models to use 1/4" marine plywood inner bottom skin with solid mahogany outer planking. She was used every season the last 8 years, and could use some cosmetic love to bring her back to original glory. Last in the water and running April 2021. There is no trailer included with this boat but gantries are available on site to position the boat on to your trailer, or transport may be arranged.
17 Feet 1958 Chris-Craft Sportsman
1958 restored Chris-Craft Sportsman. I've owned this beauty for 15 years. Restored in 2008 with exterior and interior wood, stripped, stained and polyurethaned. The bottom is traditional and needs a brief soaking prior to launch. The motor is original with no issues and runs very well. The transmission was updated with rubber outshaft seals. The boat was last in the water in 2017 and always stored inside. Overall a great boat that attracts attention whenever she's in the water.
27 Feet 1961 Chris-Craft
Chelsea, a 1961, 27-foot Chris-Craft Sea Skiff is a great day boat that you can camp out in with a fully cushioned V-birth. She is a pleasure to drive and with her mahogany transom attracts attention where ever she goes. She can easily carry six for an evening cruise and with her powerful eight-cylinder engine confidently glide over the water at 20 knots. The handsome engine box in the middle of her roomy nine foot by 12-foot aft deck makes a picture perfect platform for cocktail making and a full-on appetizer spread. Chelsea is a rare find and a beautiful example of the Chris-Craft brand of storied workmanship, attention to detail and Great Lakes style. Her timeless design with extra wide seats up front, a cozy cabin and large aft deck with a wide bench seat in the rear has many newer boats sharing Chelsea’s same layout, for example see the Fortier 26 at six times the price. Constructed of 1/2 inch plywood, she is solid bottom with no structural issues whatsoever and powered by a V-8, 300 hp Crusader engine. The hull was painted last year with some touch ups inside. She comes with a lot of equipment including a 5-inch Garmin GPS, dripless stuffing box, dock lines, porta potty, compass, anchor and rode, fenders, complete cushions for her cabin, compass, transom cover, waterproof bimini, plastic side curtains, radio, antenna, 60-gallon gas tank, wooden swim ladder, and more. While she has been meticulously cared for by her present owner of seven years, like many boats of her vintage problems crop up. At end of the 2020 season the lifters began making noise and need to be replaced. This past summer (2020) my wife and I took her on a seven-day cruise from Darien, Connecticut, on Long Island Sound , out to Block Island and back To Sag Harbor before returning home to Western Long Island Sound. She’s got legs. Chelsea is an beautiful example of an early 60s Sea Skiff and after looking all around Long Island and up and down The Sound, I haven't seen another in half as good shape. I’m a private seller and want to see Chelsea go to a good home and considering her lifter problem is priced to sell. If you have questions inquire to the ABA website and give me a call. She is a really great boat and any offer will be considered.
17 Feet 1953 Chris-Craft Sportsman
One of Chris-Craft's most popular models, more than 2,500 of the 17-foot Sportsman hulls were built between 1953 and 1959. This one was restored in 2010 ($42,840.86 invoice amount), including engine rebuild and a 5200 "no-soak" bottom. Instruments were rebuilt and 90% of hardware re-chromed. It is in perfect running condition and sounds great, just as it should.
28 Feet 1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Powerboat
1976 Maltese Magnum Offshore Power Boat. Same owner since 1982! She has been meticulously kept and features new paint and upholstery, new motors, TRS drives, rebuilt trim pumps, rebuilt and painted trailer w/twin storage boxes. The motors are twin 400cid Chevy small blocks with ported & polished heads, Carrilo rods, solid lifter cams, roller rockers, all balanced and blueprinted. Only 2 hours of run time since the work has been completed. This is a great price for a well-equipped package!
21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
One of only 125 21' Super Sports built between 1964 and 1967. This example was restored in 2006 and has been in a private collection, stored indoors since that time. The original bottom is in excellent condition. A full mooring cover is also included and is in new-condition.
18 Feet 1957 Shepherd Model-105 Runabout
Model 105, “Candy Cane” is one of two red and white Shepherds built for the Montreal Exposition in 1957. She is a very original boat in great condition. The V-Drive Chrysler engine with dual carburetors is original to the boat, has been rebuilt and runs well. All hardware is complete and in good condition; the upholstery is new. Original un-restored convertible top included.
17 Feet 1950 Chris-Craft Special Runabout
Clean, well-kept Special Runabout with traditional bottom, original gauges and Model K engine. Full restoration with engine rebuild in 2004. Lightly used since. Decks recently sanded and re-varnished. Upholstery in excellent condition but not in appropriate Chris-Craft colors. Boot stripe needs repainting but otherwise she is ready for the water. Rides on a custom-fitted, homemade, single-axle, ready-to-roll trailer.
18ft Feet 1941 Duke, made in Port Carling, Ont.
Cedar bottom replaced in 2006.Vanish On mahogany decks, dark green upholstery, chrome and navy top in excellent condition.This is the only Duke Playmate with a Chris Craft 65 Hp, reconditioned in 2006.The boat is fast in its class.Full instrumentation. Professionally maintained. No other Playmate can match this because of its custom qualities.Boathouse kept on Lake Muskoka in Ontario. One driver. With its motor amidships, the boat drives very smoothly.
18 Feet 1965 Cruisers Inc. Outboard
The current owner has had the boat for the last 17 years and is only the second owner since new. Newer engine which is a 115hp Johnson V4. Great family boat, gets a lot of attention. Cruisers Inc. was a sub-brand of Thompson boats, run by one of the founding brothers. This is the last year they were made. Only 600 wood boats were produced that year for all of the 1965 production models.
23 Feet 1969 Dorsett Farallon
A rare, very few produced, 23 ft. 1969 Dorsett Farallon I/O Cruiser, that may be the only remaining of its kind. She was built in Brenen, Indiana and sold in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Used occasionally used for pleasure during the short boating season on lake Michigan, this classic is in excellent condition, and has been well cared for by its third and current owner for the past 29 yrs. The cabin has been completely renovated, all new upholstery inside and out, new electronics, new Bimini top. The OMC lower unit has been rebuilt and the 200 HP Buick engine is original and has been maintained annually. The trailer included is a newer 1988 Shorelander dual axle.
19 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Capri
Chris-Craft built just under 800 of the popular, versatile Capri models from 1955-1958. This version was a gift to the current owner in 1957 when it was new. It has been used exclusively on Skaneateles Lake in central New York State for the past 60 years, and only sparingly in the past few. In 2014 a 5200 "no-soak" bottom was installed, the original tango red and white upholstery with silver trim was updated, the sides and decks were stripped and re-varnished, and the gauges were cleaned and re-installed. The KFL engine has bearing issues and will need to be replaced. But the hull and other systems are in very good condition. A replacement engine can be acquired and installed for under $7,000. Price reduced accordingly.
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Ski Boat
The classic Chris-Craft wood boat design exudes style on the water and is sure to turn heads on your next trip. This classic 1959 Chris-Craft 17 model has been garage kept for the past 20 years! The original gauges have been added to the dash but the original Chris-Craft gauges are included and can been viewed in the photos. The interior needs a little TLC, but all cushions are in great condition. According to the seller: The original engine was a Chris-Craft 283 CI engine. He was told that the previous owner replaced the block with a 305 CID. Trailer is also included.
18 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera
3rd owner of matching number boat; have owned since 1995; boat original and has wintered in boathouses In Western NC. Original lights, ensignsand spotlight.Converted to electronic ignition 3 years ago. 2020 new water pump, new fuel pump, rebuilt carburetor. Tandem axle trailer with brake and 4 new tires. Driver. Needs varnish. Needs good home. Pix available
19 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Golden Arrow
Very well maintained rare classic Chris Craft. 44th one of 50 built in 1964. Only 170 hulls were built in this specific model in 1963 and 1964. This example has only 410 original hours and has been very well kept. This is a rare production model and very few survivors exist today. The trailer was custom built for the boat and fits well. Complete with a custom made cover as well.
34 Feet 1941 Chris-Craft Deluxe Enclosed Cruiser
Unique opportunity to own a limited edition Chris-Craft. Blue Jay was shipped to Seattle on Feb 28th 1941. Moored in Lake Union its entire life and currently boat house kept in a prime South Lake Union location with renewal available. Repowered by a Chris-Craft 350 while retaining original controls and gauges. After sitting idle for the summer, some engine maintenance is required. Many modern comforts and updates provided. Extensive hull work completed in 2004. Full history pulled from mariners museum.
16 Feet 1966 Lyman I/O Utility
This is a great 1966 Lyman Utility. It has been fully restored and has a Renault Twin Carb, 4-Cylinder I/O engine. It also has a full new canvas and all the work was done by a professional. It comes over a single axle Shorelander trailer which will pull the boat nicely.
17 Feet 1927 John Hacker Pelican 151 Raceboat
This is the real deal - an original John Hacker design, 151 class Pelican racer from the mid-1920's. This is an early step hull hydroplane design that was built for the 151-class, popular throughout the 1920's and 1930's. She has gone through quite a bit of restoration work years ago and is ready for a new owner to complete her. All bottom planks were removed, cleaned, and reinstalled/riveted as original. Rudder, steering hardware, etc all present. Originally campaigned as B-91 and bearing the name "Spitfire V", this is a rare example to find in such preserved condition. The Peerless-151 engine has received new babbited bearings, pistons, etc and is complete minus a water pump and distributor. This is a very worth project for the enthusiast interested in the Golden Era of raceboat competition.
13' Feet 1958 Raveau Utility Raceboat
With Provenance. 100% restored. Rigged for either Mark 55E or Merc C-D racing engine. Both transom adapters with boat. Reconditioned galvanized trailer (painted to match boat) with cradle fitted to fit boat. Package can be of either engine or multiple, rigged and ready to go (see below). All engines are 100% restored with correct props. Kiekhaefer Kaminc racing wheel, Visu-matic throttle, 6 gallon Kiekhaefer fuel tank, Original port and starboard side mounted cockpit aluminum fuel tanks, approximately 10 gallons each, with package but not installed due to condition 1. Sunset orange 30H serial # 999441 with original dealer registration card and owner’s manual 2. Green Mark 55 – 100% original serial # 984498 with owner’s manual 3. Sealed 55H Mercury D – cloud white serial # 1260786 4. Mark 55S electric short shaft service engine serial # 114826 Price varies, depending on engine selected. Asking approximately $15,000 for single engine package depending on engine and set up.
22 Feet 1986 Century Coronado
This boat was bought from the original owner about 10 years ago with 68 hrs on it. It now has just under 200 original hrs. The boat has always been stored inside in the winter and under cover when in the water. As typical with these boats, the transom was professionally replaced and the stringers were repaired to better than new. The boat has its original gelcoat that is a little chalky, but should be able to be buffed out. Great family boat that runs perfect.
17 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Custom Ski
This 1965 Chris Craft is one of 60 – 17’ Custom Ski built in 1965, and one of 150 Custom Ski hulls built between 1965 and 1967. The Custom Ski model was offered with the Chris-Craft 283 engine producing 185 hp. Present owner purchased in 2013 with approximately 50 hours adding approximately 80 hours on a local freshwater lake between 2013-2015. The owner moved to Florida in 2016, and the boat was put into storage. This well-kept example is in mostly original condition and would benefit from regular use. The boat is ready to run as-is, or would make a great candidate for complete restoration to mint original condition. Cover and trailer are included.
16.5' Feet 1961 Grady White
Quite Possibly the oldest Pamlico in existence. Hull ID appears to be hull#2. This boat has had a thorough restoration that included replacing any rotten wood and sealing existing wood to allow for Longevity. Varnish and Paint are all in top condition. The 75 HP Evinrude Starflite 3 has extensive work done in the past several months including including a new lower unit, hot water choke, carb rebuild and new water pump. Engine runs great and is very strong. This boat performs exceptionally well. Restoration began in early 2020, was in the water and enjoyed in the fall of 2020. Comes on an original roller trailer that fits the boat perfect. Despite it's age this trailer is road worthy. New paint is all the trailer needs. Be the first on the water in this fun and beautiful Grady White
18 Feet 1956 Shepherd Model-105 Runabout
Built by Shepherd Boats, Niagara on the Lake, ON; the company was known for producing well-built and strong hulls, capable of handling the rough waters of Lake Ontario. he model 105 was a v-drive configuration 18’ Runabout. The 105 was one of Shepherd’s most popular runabout models, after the 110 Runabout, which was a 22’ model. Powered by a 6 cylinder Chrysler Crown engine, the 18 footer was well powered, fast, and nimble for a boat of its size. This example was originally restored in the 1980's and has only had 2 owners since that time. She has been maintained annually and remains in good overall condition today. Original factory-option dual spotlights and her original convertible top has been recently replaced. The Chrysler Crown 110hp engine has been fully rebuilt and has very few hours of run time since completed. The bottom was also stripped and repainted last season. Sold complete with a single axle trailer that fits the boat well!
21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado
One of only 117 Coronado models built in 1965, this model year featured an all-new redesign with a wider hull and sleek black sliding Landau hardtop. This example was restored in 2004 and has very little use since completed. Original interior, which is intact but could be replaced with a new A&A reproduction interior by her next owner. The 330hp Ford Interceptor has been comprehensively rebuilt and only has a few hours of runtime since it was completed. The Landau top was removed and restored, all chrome replated at a cost of $7,000, fuel tank cleaned and lined, replacement A&A deck vinyl, replaced wiring, varnish and paint updated at the time of restoration. This is a very solid '65 Coronado that could be brought to exceptional condition with some minor work as most of the big jobs have already been completed!
12 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Kit Boat
Original owned by the current owner's Grandfather and some restoration work completed by the family. A complete engine tuneup and service was completed in July of 2019. Used a few times and now ready for another captain to enjoy!
21 Feet 1948 Norse Boats
This boat was recently donated to the Lowcountry Maritime School. We would like to sell it in order to help finance our programs which teach STEM lessons to students through boatbuilding. It came to us from Asheville, NC where it lived on a nearby lake.
28 Feet 1905 New York Boat Works Launch
Multiple award winner this 1905 New York Boat Works Launch is one of the last known torpedo stern launches in this premium condition known to exist today. The boat has always been kept in a climate controlled storage on a custom built trailer. Powered by a fully restored Red Wing 2 Cyl engine 8 HP engine. The boat is 90% original except fir the upholstery which is a marine grade vinyl rather than the original 1905 leather. A full pictorial and written account of the restoration and history of the boat by request.
22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
Classic 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman 22. Has been in freshwater its whole life and was being used this entire season up until I took her out for the season. Comes with custom dual axle aluminum trailer, cover, upholstery, original stern light, and much more. Overall great boat but does need a little cosmetic work here and there. There is also one cracked rib beneath the front of the engine, price reflected. All recent photos within the last few weeks.
22 Feet 1961 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This locally built boat has resided in its home, the Thousand Islands, on Steamboat Island for most of its life. This model was extremely popular in the area and was used for guiding, daily commuting, and cruising. This boat is in good condition and runs very well. The upgraded engine at 220 hp provides exceptional power for the boat, making this sport extremely fast, reliable and fun. It has been in the water and used every year including most recently October 2020.
19 Feet 1964 Century Sabre
My grandmother purchased her brand new from Okoboji Boats in 1965. After she passed away it went to my Aunt Pattie, who then sold to me in 2013. Boat has been in dry storage since 2013, except for one trip to Grand Lake , CO in 2016.
16 Feet 1957 Shepherd Model 95 Outboard
Up for sale is our 1957 Shepherd Model 95 outboard. I began this restoration about 2011 and completed in 2017. Complete bottom and transom and dash replacement by Ken Wykes in Ontario, Canada. He is "The Shepherd expert". All hull sides and decks disassembled and restored. Some frames in decks replaced in stern deck. The seats completely disassembled, rebuilt/restored. 98% of hull sides and decks are original wood. Chrome work is great. Decks and hull sides have 12 coats of Epiphanes varnish. Copper Bronze bottom paint. The 1957 35hp Johnson Javelin completed restored. This is a beautiful boat with only about 20hrs of run time since restoration completed. The boat sits on a 1993 Shorelander trailer. Boat and trailer have clean "Transferrable" registrations and are ready to go.
17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Boat and trailer were purchased by the current owners in 2004 and have been well kept since. Enjoyed for many years on the various creeks and rivers off the Chesapeake Bay. One of 726 Chris Craft Special Runabout models built between 1949 and 1952. This model was developed from the 16' Special Runabout design, but featured a larger radius transom and additional cockpit space. Chris Craft Model 9-95hp engine.
17 Feet 1982 Performance Outboard
The exact builder is unknown, but hull appears to be a design similar to the Magnum Missile. She has been restored by her current owner and has seen little use since completed. Equipped with onboard battery tender, JL Audio system, new bilge pumps, interior lighting, and accessory underwater lighting. The trailer has also been rebuilt and has new bunks.
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Third owner, always stored inside. Bought in 1985, replaced seats, plug wires, belts. Chris Craft KL engine has a rebuilt carburetor, fuel pump and generator. Good solid original boat.
17 Feet 1957 Barbour Outboard
1957 Barbour. My father bought this back in the 70's and it's been in the family ever since. Well taken care of, but has had some minor repairs made over the years. New varnish and paint this year. Would like to sell it to someone that will take care of it.
20 feet Feet 1800’s Knapp boat builder kingston ontario
1880’s skiff made by the Knapp Boat Builders of Kingston Ontario. This all original never restored skiff was stored for more than 75 years in a barn and is in very good condition for its age. It has the original green and red crackled paint, seats, rudder and 5 oars. There’s not many Canadian Skiffs from that era left! it should be on display in a collection or museum! with the boat you will also get a copy of a Tintype picture of the skiff taken by a professional wet plate photographer.
26 Feet 1958 Chris Craft
Chris Craft made this 26' Sports express for 2 years and this is the last hull# to leave the plant. This boat has been in dry inside storage for 25 years. It was a smooth running boat when last used. The V6's have low hours on them and have a closed loop cooling system equipped for salt water use. The boat is 100% complete. We have lost are inside storage and the boat needs to move. At last inspection the hull was solid with no rot. Cosmetic restoration will need to be done.
18 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
One of 934 18' Sea Skiffs built between 1954 and 1959; this was Chris Craft's answer to the Lyman Islander. Able to handle chop and rough conditions comfortably, the open-lapstrake design is very practical and effective. This boat was a barn find in Wisconsin when purchased by her 3rd owner. The hull was restored in 2005 and the engine was completely rebuilt in 2018 by JNA Machine Shop in Baltimore, MD. Less than 12 hours on the new engine. All new seat cushions & backs with a matching “Navy Top” built to original historical specifications. Zippered side curtains were included. All original instruments & gauges are operational. Electrical system is 12 volt. Starter & generator have been thoroughly tested by a electric motor company in Baltimore as well. Last running in 2020 and a single axle trailer is included in the sale.
32 Feet 1967 Pembroke Cruiser
This is a twin engine Pembroke lapstrake cruiser. Twin 327 Chevrolet engines, one has been rebuilt with low hours.
17 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
This boat has been in the same family on the St. Lawrence River since new in 1938. The boat refinished by Wooden Boat Specialties in 2010. She was stripped and sanded down to bare wood and received 12 coats of varnish. No wood needed replacing. A replacement and correct Chris Craft KA engine was installed and tuned up. The boat was last in the water in the summer of 2018. The boats entire life life is documented since its purchase in 1938. This truly is an original boat with a lifetime of history.
18 Feet 1963 Century Sabre
My dad traded a 1963 Buick Rivera for this boat. Needs work and a good home.
33 Feet 1963 Shepherd Express Cruiser
This beautiful Shepherd boat is the same model of boat that JFK had back in the 60's, although the hard top on ours extends to the full length. It is a very classy, comfortable boat with sleep space for six people. 2 piece head and functional galley plus lots of cabin space. First time we saw it, we loved it and for 16 years it has been our little get away on the lake. Everywhere we go people stop to admire this classic. This boat is in good shape. Every year it been in the water and enjoyed. Maintenance has been done on a regular basis as needed. Price includes: boat manual, cookstove, kitchen dishes and utensils, original working refrigerator, original covers for the front teak deck and teak walkways, large winter storage tarp, emergency equipment, 30 amp shore power cable, spare parts, etc.
22 Feet 1966 Century Raven
Tricky was formerly known as Presto when she was on Lake Waunakee, Wisconsin. She has been in Seattle since 2016 and received a lot of attention. She has a new rebuilt motor done by Peter Orton of vintage hydroplane fame, new propeller shaft and shaft log. Her interior floors were varnished in late 2018 and she has an all new convertible top and attached side windows and slantback cover. Her transom was re-finished with 12 coats of varnish when her new name was painted in gold leaf.
22 Feet 1970 Lyman Utility
This 22ft Lyman has been on the St. Lawrence for many years and is in overall good condition. The decks and hull sides were varnished and painted in 2019, dual exhaust installed in 2018 as well as new hoses and tune up. New Cable steering installed in 2015. This boat comes with a 2005 single axel trailer.
21 Feet 1965 Century Coronado
A fresh redesign for 1965; the revised Coronado featured a wider hull design that was spacious and stylish. With a sleek black Landau top, this feature offered passengers the option of an open-air or partially enclosed boating experience. This example has been nicely restored and features a replaced bottom, replaced factory interior, and a repower with a modern 260hp Mercruiser V8 which pushes the boat along nicely. She is in excellent condition and ready to enjoy this season! Price reduction to $30,000 on 9/2/2020!
16 Feet 1965 Lyman Outboard
Bought new by husband’s father in 1965. My husband and I were given boat by his father in 1976. Used on St. Lawrence River in Thousand Islands 2-3 weeks a year. A wonderful boat for fishing and boating. My husband passed away, so now looking for another family to love this boat like we did. Boat was completely redone in 2013 and has always been stored inside.
18 Feet 1957 Century Resorter
This is a strong running boat that is all original. Hull is in excellent condidition with no known rot. Bottom swells up nice and is still very serviceable. Bright work (Varnish) on Sides and Deck is excellent and needs no attention at all. The only areas needing any attention are crack in the windshield, and there is one missing seat cushion. Other than one tear/rip in lower corner or rear seat back the upholstery is in good condition and an be used. Minor cosmetics are all it takes to make this boat a real beauty. The gray marine runs great and moves the boat along nicely. Sea Trials are available for serious buyers.
16 Feet 1963 Switzer Craft Shooting Star
The Switzer Craft boat manufacturer is one of the most amazing and respected manufacturers of boats of its time. Handcrafted with pride in McHenry, IL. They were championship boats setting world speed records. The Shooting Star was named one of the Top 10 wood boat designs and was a World Record Breaker at 104MPH. This famous sport craft is widely acclaimed for its winning characteristics and advanced styling. The improved configuration of the Shooting Star includes the 3 point suspension hull for greater stability and level ride at all speeds. Engineered to accommodate a larger motor it is quite capable of speeds in the 60’s & 70’s. The Shooting Star was touted as an outstanding ski boat. The low freeboard makes boarding the boat from the water easy. This boat has won gold metals in antique boat shows in the past. Bob Switzer personally signed the bow just before he died. We're not sure how many, if any, other Shooting Stars are in existence. The current owner has had the boat up to 55 mph at one point, and the throttle was only 1/2 way down- it had a ton left. He said the experience was awesome! Of all the boat rides he's ever been on in his life this was the most fun ride. Owner has much of the restoration work documented on both the boat and the motor, well over 20k was spent on restorations.
14 Feet 1956 AristoCraft Torpedo
This AristoCraft fully restored 1956 Torpedo is an incredible boat. The Torpedo was such a classic boat, AristoCraft is making a new replica of this boat. However this is a fully restored original. This is a ton of fun for your family, and will certainly turn heads on your lake. This boat is in excellent shape and even comes with a small replica model. A gem to own!
21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado
This 1959 Coronado was special-ordered by her previous owner and features an unusual and attractive turquoise interior. Powered by her original 390cid Cadillac engine rated at 225hp. This boat is entirely original and has never been restored. She is exceptionally clean and would take very little to get her water-ready. A nicely fitted tandem axle trailer is included and has new tires all around. Priced well and a true collector's piece!
22 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman Sedan
1953 Chris Craft 22 Sedan is a nice boat in user condition. The boat has been in inside storage for the past 25 years. Just before being put into long term storage the boat was varnished, new interior, bottom paint and new floor were professionally done. The sedan top also went through a full refinishing including new inner liner and out sedan top covering. The boat was swelled and ran at that time. The seller brought it home from the restoration shop and immediately put it in storage. This a good chance to own one of these 22 Sedans since we have not seen many for sale over the last few years.
22 Feet 1995 Custom Race Boat
Miss Rosie was built as a tribute to the Great Lakes race boats of the 60's and 70's. Frame is oak, hull is mahogany plywood. drive is a Mercury Bravo 1. Very FAST and FUN. The boat was built by Tom Costello of Michigan. He had previously raced in the 1950's and designed and built Miss Rosie to be a 3/4 scale tribute to the step hull unlimited lake racers of the 30's, 40's and 50's. He then used a bottom design from a naval architect, stretched it to 22 feet and added 2 steps and a somewhat deeper V for stability. She was never raced but appeared at many Vintage APBA events with exhibition runs. She throws an impressive rooster tail at it's cruising speed of 60-70 MPH. The boat is stored indoors always and is in good condition with less than 100 hours on the engine.
19'4" Feet 1970 Monza 19
The ideal high performance boat. The MONZA 19 features a wide spacious cockpit with plenty of walk around room. Custom padded bucket seat with 6 ft. wide lounge aft. Built in Hollywood, FL of high-impact fiberglass that makes it maintenance free, Excellent stability..... Dry ride at all speeds... No projecting hardware.... A completely finished inner liner.... Generous storage for skis and gear... Glove box with stereo.... Storage under bench seat. The 19' Monza offers the ultimate in power boating. This boat has been in the family over 45 years. Well taken care of, trailered and kept on Hydro Hoist. Boat was re-powered 1993 with Volvo model 570A P/S, 270 hp, painted once and interior redone. L.O.A 19’4”, Beam 7’8”, Weight 3,000 lbs., No. of Passengers 6, Hull Fiberglass, Power I/O. Ready for a test ride!
26' Feet 1966 Lyman Cruisette
The boat has been in the same family since new in 1966. The engine was rebuilt in 2000 and the hull was painted in 2020. A new transom was put on in 2013 as well as a canvas top. The boat also includes GPS, depthfinder and two anchors. The bottom is in excellent condition and the boat also has a beautiful brand new varnished swim platform. This boat does not include a trailer but transportation can be arranged.
19 Feet 1959 Century Resorter
The boat went through a full bottom up restoration in the mid 80's. All the frame work (ribs, chines, keel, stem, battens and complete transom) in the sides and bottom was replaced with white oak. An inner bottom of cedar was added prior to canvas layer, the outer bottom planking and transom of new Mahogany. The original side planking was reused at this time. The complete boat was refinished along with all new upholstery. The engine was completely rebuilt a year or so after the bottom was put on. The engine is a Chrysler 354 cu. in. Hemi with to four barrel carburetors, also known as a Chrysler M-45 Marine engine that has been fully rebuilt. The boat. Comes with trailer and cover.
21 Feet 1989 Checkmate Starflite
Built for my daughter Bridget thus the name "Bridge Over Water". Lifting eye from mid 50's Century restored and installed as both Checkmate and Century use the Horsehead as their logo.
16 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign
I purchased this classic boat in 2004 from a friend of mine who passed away. It is a 1946 16-foot Gar Wood utility boat with a Chrysler Ace 6-cycle "L" head engine and an EZ Loader trailer. Since I purchased the boat in 2004, I have put about $8,000 into repairs, restoration, and engine work. She has a traditional bottom that soaks up well. The engine was overhauled in 2012. The finish and upholstery are in excellent condition. The boat has not been in the water since 2014. She is stored in my heated garage and is in overall terrific condition.
1926 Brennan Marine Engine
You are looking at a Brennan Gold Cup Racing Motor from 1927. The engine is 250 HP and was built in Syracuse, New York. Brennan excelled in engines beginning in the early 1900's. This engine likely would have been used in a Gold Cup Racer at the time and would be ideal in a period correct boat. This engine has been run and is believed to be in good mechanical condition.
24 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Utility Sedan
This boat was sold to me on a bill of sale as a 1941 USCG boat. I can't find a data plate, and can't find a production record for this boat; but, it does match the size and lines of a 1934 Family Cruiser. The boat has been stored inside for 70-ish years. The previous owner removed the engine, sent it out to be started (which it did), and it is still on the pallet. There is no interior, which would be consitent with a USCG utility boat, so this might have been built with leftover 1934 Family Cruiser parts for the USCG. That's my guess. The previous owner started to build-out an interior, but didn't get very far and, frankly, it should be removed to install something correct for the period. The hull is totally solid. It's on a trailer which can be sold for $2500, or you can borrow it to move the boat and return it. This is a museum piece, as there can't be many more like it. Act now, this boat should be in the $45000-65000 range in show condition based on comparables.
26 Feet 1916 Consolidated Speedway
This fabulous Consolidated Speedway was purchased by me in 2005 and has resided on Lake George since that time. The boat remains in inside storage all of the time when not in direct use and is in excellent condition. The Four Cylinder Gray Marine engine took the place of the original engine in the late 1950's and runs very well. During my ownership, the boat has received a new gas tank, new cushions, new bilge pump and continuous paint and varnish to keep the boat looking great. The boat is now ready for a new Captain and while we do not have a trailer for her, transportation to it's new home can be arranged.
19 1/2 Feet 1964 Fabuglas Cabin Outboard
I am the 2nd owner of this boat and it has been garage kept all of the time. The boat is in good shape, runs well and has up to date tune-up. The motor with electric shift has been re-done including a new water pump, carburetor and all new wiring.The boat does not need anything whatsoever. Everything is original to the boat including the original curtains which are still in the bag.
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