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19' Feet 1993 Simon Fletcher

Fletcher Boats capture the classic lines and romance of the speed liner era of the 1940’s & 50’s and with an appreciation towards modern technology. Built in 1993, Encore is a rare gem and a real head turner. Located in the Seattle area and offered at $32,500 with trailer and boat covers. Built by long time classic speedboat craftsman, Simon Fletcher of Port Angeles, “We have created a special product which appeal to special people from various walks of life. Our customers range from doctors, Hollywood directors, corporation executives, restaurateurs and independent business owners to those who simply appreciate fine craftsman and the pleasure ownership provides.” Encore is solid Honduras mahogany planks laminated over African multi-ply on Honduras frames, on white oak chines and keel. All fastenings are stainless and silicon bronze. Traditional white cocked deck seams with accent king plank & covering board. The finish is twelve coats of Epifane varnish. Encore has a new in-water boat cover, fresh batteries, water pump and recent oil change. We replaced her aluminum rub rail with solid stainless, insulated her engine compartment and accessed additional storage area forward. • Construction: Plank on frame • Materials: Mahogany over white oak • Propulsion: 140 hp Ford Kodiak Gas Marine engine • Halon automatic Fire extinguisher • Full engine and running instrumentation • Full running gear, anchor and running lights • Tonneau cover for each cockpit • EZ Loader trailer is included, with new tires and a full boat cover for transport

17 Feet 1962 Century Resorter

This boat has been meticulously restored to as close to original or better condition as possible. From stem to stern, bottom to top deck inside and out no detail has been overlooked. A new 5200 double bottom using 1/16 Marine plywood 7/16 African mahogany. White oak was used to replace transom bow, main and sub frames s stem, gripe, keel and battens. All hull material was replaced with book matched African mahogany 1/2” planks. Sandusky Century stain was used on hall mahogany. At least 15 coats of Epifanes varnish was applied. Every piece of lumber that was replaced on this boat was treated with Smith’s clear penetrating epoxy sealant where appropriate. Three coats of bilge paint were applied. CPES was applied to bottom mahogany. That was followed with Interlux 2000E bottom epoxy primer. This one-owner boat was purchased at Reiman's Marine in Conneaut Lake, PA in 1962. It was stored for the last time in 1979 and sat for close to 30 years. The boat was a candidate for restoration. The motor was completely frozen which required a complete overhaul. Boat power is 352 cu.in. Interceptor V-8 with 240 HP. Everything in and on this motor has either been replaced or rebuilt. The Velvet Drive transmission has been totally overhauled. All drivetrain components are new, including shaft, log, shaft, and connecting parts from H&H Smith in Algonac, MI. Gauges were sent to Mark Clawson. He cleaned, re-calibrated, and/or rebuilt every Stewart-Warner gauge. There are less than three hours on the hour gauge since the restoration. The interior is completely new with premium marine grade vinyl, and foam was used in the restoration. Nautolex material was used to replace the flooring. All chrome pieces were at Qual-Krom in Erie, PA. Stainless components were polished by Bruce Dale in Hubbard, OH. This is now a better than factory new. It is a turnkey boat waiting for a new owner.

20 Feet 1977 Cigarette 20 Tempest

Built in Don Aranow's factory and in mint condition! Boat has about 325 Hours and is turn key ready. 3rd owner. Meticulously Maintained, indoor stored Fresh Water Boat. Cockpit upholstery in Excellent Condition. Boat was painted with Awlgrip White by the original owner to change color. Original color was Yellow. Inside of Hull is spotless. Gauges were replaced. All services performed. Trailer serviced with 5 new tires, new bearings, seals and new brakes. Complete with all Books and Records. You will not be disappointed with this incredibly Rare “TEMPEST” optioned Cigarette 20. Mercury Racing Tempest Package includes: 350-cubic inch engine 395 Horsepower @ 5500 RPM Compression Ratio 11:1 Thunderbolt Capacitor discharge ignition High pressure oil pump 60/80 PSI Precision-cast, premium grade cast iron cylinder block with full-length water jackets; ribbed and reinforced with 4 bolt main bearing caps. Special high performance Cylinder Head made from precision cast, premium grade cast iron. Heavy duty forged steel Crankshaft supported by 5 premium quality steel-reinforced aluminum alloy bearings and main bearings. Forged steel; deep ribbed Connecting Rods 4 Barrel Holley Carburetor with manual choke, Aluminum intake manifold 8 Quart ribbed Oil Pan, Transom mounted raw water pickup with flush attachment. External oil coolers for engine and power steering oil, Water separator kit MercTrans II Transmission Mercruiser TRS Stern Drive Mercruiser II-SSM gear housing and stainless steel three blade cleaver propellers (2 different pitch included) Stewart-Warner electric fuel pump and system, Power Steering. Heavy Duty front plate engine mounts, Heavy Duty Trim Tabs Custom Thru-Transom Exhaust, Electric Shift, Power Trim System, Raised Engine Hatch with Cigarette Logo. Options include: Electric Horn, E.S. Ritchie & Sons Compass: 5 ½ inch Flush mounted, Red illuminated and set immediately, forward of the driver on the Fore Deck, Glove Box with Lock, Trailer, tandem custom with surge Brakes. Upgrades include: Gauges with red trim rings New Optima Marine Blue Top battery with Aluminum Anodized Cover and hold down. Full Boat Cover.

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.

18 Feet 1993 Packard Gentleman's Racer

One of only three “Gentleman's Racers” commissioned by the Packard Boat Company to be hand built by upstate NY boat builder John Ford as well as Gary Scherb of Old Time Boats in Florida. The three boats were personally ordered by Bud Finkl, president of the Packard Boat Company and are based off of lengthened plans of the Hacker Speedster 16'. Of the three boats built, this was the president's own personal boat that he kept from new until his passing. This boat is powered by a Chevrolet V6 by specially built by Flagship Marine Engines in Punta Gorda, Florida. The transmission is said to be have been built by the Chevrolet Corvette racing team and was told the running gear was $30,000 the time. Boat is capable of speeds of 40-45 mph and uses hydraulic steering for easy controls. Wood is Honduras mahogany and coated with epoxy sealer with 12-14 coats of varnish and has a beautiful, deep finish. Packard Boat Company of Sarasota, Florida designed and custom built retro-styled powerboats from 1988 to 2002 in very limited numbers and were known for their very high quality and great handling based off of 1920's-30's designs. The Packard Boat Company President, Bud Finkl was a retired engineer, boat racer and a 3rd generation steel worker and his family originally made parts for the Packard Automobile and Boat engines. Per Boats.com “For Bud Finkl, the president and CEO of Packard Boats, classic "gentlemen's runabouts" are something he remembers from his childhood not only because his family had several, but because his father's General Marine Corp. built more than 2000 mahogany runabouts between 1939 and WWII.” Bud Finkl wanted an all wood racer of his youth resulting in this specially commissioned boat with a “2 person seated pilot area in the rear with a forward 2 passenger seat just forward of the midships.” Titled a “1918 Packard,” it was completed in 1993. Bud Finkl showed this boat from NY to Florida and the family said it was only used in fresh water, which is evident by it's excellent condition. After Bud's death, the family kept the boat in their collection for another 13 years. The previous owner acquired directly from the Finkl's family. Boat measures at 18' with a beam of 5', the boat has always been garage kept and never used in salt. The second sister boat, “Pub Decisions” is in Oklahoma while the third boats whereabouts are unknown. Boat includes photos of Bud Finkl personally driving this boat. [Owner is motivated to sell - Any reasonable offer will be considered!]

20'6" Feet 2016 Conklin Craft Torpedo Runabout

The Building of the boat started in 2006 and was completed it in 2016. The construction is 1/2" mahogany fastened to white oak frames with silicon bronze screws. All wood members including the bottom are sealed with Smiths CPES and assembled with 3M 5200. Don Danenberg's method was used,. all wiring is new with a fuse panel installed. There is a small extinguisher up front and a 10 lb one mounted in the engine compartment with a remote cable. It has a bilge blower and bilge pump and all USCG required safety equipment. The shift lever is mounted on the steering column for easier operation. Both the deck and topside planking is book matched and no corners were cut. This was not a kit but a one off along the lines of the early Chris Crafts. The boat runs a dry bilge and the packing's are drip free. Despite the torpedo hull, maintenance is fairly easy. For example to winterize there are no plugs to pull in order to drain the engine block. There is a installed valving at the seacock to allow the engine to be run on the trailer by means of a hose set up drawing water from a large trash can with a plastic bag liner. when its time to winterize You simply move the hose from the water source to a bucket of 3 gallons of Environmentally safe antifreeze. When it starts coming out the exhaust blue - shut the engine off. Over $40,000 invested in materials alone for boat , not including labor.

17 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Sportsman

1939 Chris Craft 17 Deluxe Utility/Sportsman with tandem trailer for sale. In 2014 when I bought it ,the boat needed a new bottom and a cleanup and re-varnish. Hull is all original pre-war Philipine mahogany. Not one mahogany board above the waterline needed replacement. I believe all hardware is original. The previous owner owned had stored it indoors during his many decades ownership. All frames,keel,stem ,transom,deck and topsides original.The Original 6 Cylinder K engine needed a carb job,an ignition points cleanup,a fuel pump rebuild,a new alternator. Compression tested good. After above repairs motor fired right up. BOAT LOCATED IN CANADA 1 HOUR FROM DETROIT MICH. Work done -Hardware stripped and cleaned -Original 6 Cylinder K Motor pulled, repaired ,cleaned and painted. -Boat flipped (see my YOUTUBE video “FLIPPING Our 1939 Chris Craft Utility “ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo ) - Existing plywood bottom stripped and new 'No Soak' West Epoxy Bottom installed and painted. First layer of 3/16 th inch marine plywood nailed and glued to frames with 3M 5200. Second and third layer 3/16th inch marine plywood attached with West Epoxy with West 403 Adhesive filler. Finished with 2 coats of clear West Epoxy and 2 coats of Epifanes forest green polyurethane paint. -Boat flipped upright,all varnish stripped. -Rout and clean deck seams and fill with white sikaflex caulking. -Chris craft mahogany stain and sealer followed by 6 coats of Epifanes Clear varnish. -Interior bilge painted burgundy alkyd paint. -Interior floor decking painted light green. (Interior floor decking sheathed in a rubber like vinyl material with pebble finish..looks like original factory glued on) -Complete rewiring. -Re-bed stuffing box,rudder housing,skeg,all thru-hulls. -Re-pack rudder gland and stuffing box. -New motor mount bolts -Re-install engine. -Re-fasten all mahogany ceiling,hardware,seats, -Cutwater machined and bedded and refastened. -New windshield glass -New vinyl upholstery. -Trailer rewire/new lights/paint. Repack hubs/replace as needed. PERFORMANCE Starts good,sounds good,power good. speed excellent, tranny good, steering good, gauges all work except the tachometer . SEE 3 YOUTUBE VIDEOS VIDEO SHOWING BOAT IN WATER UNDER POWER see YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyKq63y9cfk&t=111s VIDEO PHOTO SLIDESHOW SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58RsA3TxwkM&t=12s VIDEO SHOWING THE FLIPPING OF THE BOAT TO REPLACE BOTTOM. SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo

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