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16 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Special Race Boat
This very rare boat has undergone a complete restoration by Mike Mayer of LoBoat with no expense spared. Upon completion she went straight into storage and has no hours on her. Original 121hp, KB triple carb engine rebuilt by Van Ness. Hull is double planked and glued with all new hand selected and book matched planks. Upholstery has been traditionally done with kapok, all original hardware has been re chromed to show standard. A fastidious attention to detail has ensured a restoration of the highest quality, this boat is essentially ready for show or just ready to go. A fun, fast, rare collectable Chris Craft Barrel Back. No trailer.
24 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Utility
This is a very rare boat; first one of seven ever built. This boat was completely gone over with a new 5200 bottom, double planked, ribbon grain book matched topsides and double planked decks. Excellent for the big water. Tradition won best Chris-Craft at Hessel, Michigan and many other awards. This boat has a single exhaust 350 Chris-Craft engine, completely gone over by CD’s Engine of Hudsonville, MI. Tradition has a custom dual axle trailer with a folding tong which allows it to be stored in most garages. This boat is a big water boat that handles the waves without a problem and with the extra freeboard offered by the Sportsman/Utility hull is very dry. It comes with a dust cover and is stored indoors. Fresh water use only! A Michigan boat its entire life. It has the optional jump seat and is the Chevy Suburban of boat’s when needing to entertain, or have room for a family. The boat underwent a three year restoration with no expense spared. Boat was recently varnished.
24 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Very nice fully restored Chris Triple. 5200 bottom, new sides, new decks, and rebuilt Chrysler engine with only 72 hours on it. The boat has been used very sparingly since being restored. Boat was last varnished 3 years ago and only been in the water a couple times since. The boat comes on a custom trailer and cover that were made for the boat.
19 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Runabout
This 19 foot Gar Wood runabout is often regarded as one of the builder's most beautiful models under 20 feet. It is also believed that "Design Perfection" was achieved in the 1937-1941 models. A total of 34 19 foot Custom Runabouts were built in 1937 and the model numbers for this series ranged from model 720-724 depending on options. This model 721 was the 6th boat built in 1937. She has been beautifully restored and features a replaced no-soak bottom, 12 volt system, nice interior, and beautiful chrome. The Custom Runabout was introduced in 1937 to replace the popular 18' Special. This new design offered ample passenger room and many options for powerplants.
19 Feet 1970 Chris Craft XK-19
I purchased this all original very limited production one owner, low hour, mint condition 1970 XK 19. This boat ~ The boat spent its’ lifetime on Lake Tahoe and has never seen a drop of salt water. I would be willing to let this beauty go for somewhere between 45 and 50k.
26 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Sports Express
958 26' Sports Express hull number SX-042 of only 48 ever built, one of only 24 with twin MCL power. Bottom was replaced in 2014 with no-soak 5200 bottom by Mackie Boat Works. Top end of the MCL’s were done about the same time by Hinkel. Most of the chrome was re-plated by Graves in 2017. Hand-painted gold leaf transom and numbers by Todd Hanson in 2017. Registration numbers are on removable plates for ease of re-painting and re-numbering if desired. The windshield is a mahogany frame with conventional stainless framed flip-out glass and a center post, most of these boats had a stainless frame with a single center flip-out and generated common complaints regarding poor air flow plus obstructed view forward. The original seats have been improved with stainless sliding mounts and custom footrest boxes. Cabin floors and cabinetry have been rebuilt and upgraded with mahogany marine plywood. The cabin, hull sides and decks were all repainted last winter and multiple coats of varnish applied. A mahogany rear bench was added by a previous owner and matching cushions for the bench and engine boxes provide for plenty of seating. Twin Chris Craft (Hercules) MCL flathead 6 cylinder motors, 175 HP each, serial numbers 300316 and 300306 match the original build sheet. Top end rebuild by Hinkel around 2014. Compression check (cold) on 6/26/19 yielded 110-120 psi all cylinders.
20' Feet 1949 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
Very nice example of one of Chris Crafts Finest boats. This 20' Custom has a no soak bottom, perfect chrome hardware, beautiful red leather upholstery, nicely detailed Chrysler Hemi 331 which ones like new and sounds GREAT. Boat comes with a full waterline cover, and fire suppression system. Must see to appreciate. Rare Boat
26 Feet 2019 Landing Craft Work Boat
Sturdy, rugged, durable and versatile is what one thinks of when they look at our custom Bullnose Landing crafts from Work Boat America. This 26 Foot Landing Craft will accommodate a heavy payload and it's drop gate will allow most any equipment that you wish to bring along. The closed cabin will allow for comfortable transport for four adults in any type of weather. These boats are well built and perfect for working on the water. The outboard you choose is up to you and this boat can be configured to accept any type of engine. Work Boat America offers these Landing Crafts from 24 Feet to 44 Feet for any and all type of applications.
19 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Runabout
I acquired this boat in 1987. It was in good shape with almost all of the original hardware. The engine as received was a Chrysler Crown with several problems. I found the original engine and restored it with a new balanced crank, new Egge pistons, and balanced the moving assembly. A new bottom of Okume plywood using darting technique to get a complete sheet with no butts, except darts, was installed and new bottom planking matching original shoveling was installed. All bottom frames, intermediates, intermediate supports, chines and keel were installed plus new transom planks of matching width to the originals. All new wiring installed and instrument cluster restored by Pat Powell.The trailer is tandem custom made by Ryan trailers in Portland. Gar Wood personally delivered the boat to the first owner as they were friends. A spare engine, 1936 Gray A244, goes with the boat plus several parts, original seat backs and ceilings. The first owner used the boat for two years and sold the boat. The second owner used the boat for two more years and then put it into storage where is stayed for forty years. The third owner revived it and sank it. The fourth owner replaced the engine – an interesting story – and sold the boat to me through Boyd Mefferd. I have an expanded history and other information available. It went into storage at my home then and spent the next 10 years being restored. The original engine was found, it went thru restoration along with the boat. It took 3 years to find another crankshaft, but bearings had to be specially made along with pistons and rings. Many additional parts came out of a Gray Marine engine distributor’s dusty shelves of old engine parts. Under four layers of upholstery was all of the original upholstery material from when the boat was new. The original boat came with red synthetic leather except for the seat cushions, which were leather. Because of the leather cushions the simple term “leather upholstery” was used in the Gar Wood merchandising material. The original cushions were lost when the boat sank on Lake George. When the throttle is opened up to about 3600 rpm the speed is just over 43 mph. I suspect without seats and minimal floorboards and a 5-gallon bucket for a seat the boat would go over 45 and I have never tried getting an additional 400 rpm out of the engine because preservation is more important. The transmissions on the 1937 Grays had only a forward detent. Reverse requires almost a two-handed effort to be engaged and must be held to keep reversing: Not an easy task. The ride is very smooth, crossing wakes is not a problem.
18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera
This boat came out of a bottom up restoration in which everything was done. It has a 5200 no-soak bottom. The engine was rebuilt. the chrome, gauges, interior, flooring, wiring, and more were done to the boat. This boat is ready to show, or use and enjoy.
25 Feet 1906 Elco Open Launch
"Lillie" was built by the Electric Boat Company in Bayonne, NJ in 1906 as Hull Number 283. She recently underwent a thorough, professional, high-detail, authentic restoration and is possibly the best restored Elco 25' wood launch in existence. She was retro-fitted with a new 3 horse, 240-volt electric drive and controls from the current Elco Boat Co. Right now she is in dry storage in a climate-controlled warehouse in Connecticut waiting patiently for her new owner. Price reduced to $59,900!
17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout
"The Irish Wake" was owned by an Irish priest in Wisconsin. After he passed the boat fell into disrepair until shipped back to Michigan in 2011. The Wake then underwent a total restoration at Mackie Boat Works in Algonac and was delivered to me at the end of the season in 2013. Since then the boat has seen fresh water only for approx. 20 hours per summer. The Wake has been stored in a temperature controlled facility and has been maintained by Alan Mackie. As a result The Wake is in pristine condition and is "show quality." Must see to appreciate!
17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout "Barrel Back"
This gorgeous 1942 17 Foot Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout boat was completely redone (except the bottom that was done by previous owner) in 2016. It won best in show at Lake Arrowhead . It won 2nd place at the Lake Tahoe Concourse d' Elegance twice. $55,000 or best offer.
1921 Hispano Suiza Model-H Engine
This is a rare H-Series Hispano Suiza, converted by Wright Aeronautical in 1921. The H-Series featured a 1,126 cubic inch displacement and 300hp @ 2,100RPM. A Lee transmission is included to mate with the engine. Only 5 hours of test time since rebuild.
19'6 Gar Wood Commodore
1947 Gar Wood Commodore.My father bought this rare classic boat new in 1947. I have the original purchase order. My dad was the first person to water ski in California and he and his sister were the only known people to ever waterski behind and airplane WITHOUT floats. The boat is named Miss Pam and she was used as a waterskiing tournament boat during the 40s and 50s. The original Chrysler engine was replaced with a suitable Chevrolet V8 at the time of restoration. Most everything on the boat is original except for some instruments and the removal of the bow to stern handrail. 5200 no-soak bottom and painted with Imron. Honduras Mahogany planking. She still sits on the original trailer, which is a classic in its own right with 1930s style wheel covers. I fully restored her for a Tahoe boat show in the 90s, and has been re-varnished several times since. This boat has a documented history from original invoice, many old photos, tournament records, newspaper articles, etc..
20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado
The 1955-56 Century Coronado was the builder's first rendition of the thoroughbred flagship model. Combining classic runabout features and modern automotive styling, the model was very successful and practical in a wide variety of uses. This 1956 model has been comprehensively restored with a new laminated bottom, new laminated hullides, decks, A&A factory-correct replacement interior, replaced hard top material, Kocian-restored gauges, custom Ryan tandem axle trailer, and a powerful fuel injected 454 cubic inch engine. Perfect in every way, this Coronado has been restored for her next lifetime of enjoyment.
21 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Capri
Resently Restored 21 Capri, new 5200 bottom, original sides with some new, all refastened and with 5200, all new cover boards, and decks. new red interior, flooring, crash pad, and rebuilt gauges. engine is all rebuilt and runs perfect. All new chrome, windshield is buffed to clear and nice, and single axle custom trailer.
30 Feet 1986 Fairchild Scout
This Fairchild Scout has been in the same hands for 10 years and has been kept to a very high standard while cruising in and around the local waters in Michigan. Prior to that this boat was owned by the designer of these boats, as he chose to keep the last hull for his own. The boat comes complete with a full slate of Electronics, a vetus bow thruster, Shore Power 30 AMP service, radar, a 10 foot Hunter Fiberglass tender and sunbrella covers and stratoglass and nylon screens for the cockpit and hatches. The boat has always been stored indoors in either cold or heated storage and is now ready for a new custodian. The engiens receives oil changes every 50 hours and again at the end of each season and the boat comes complete with all manuals and documentation.
22 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout
One of only eight model 22-35 Triple Cockpit Runabouts built in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. Replaced, no-soak bottom, excellent topsides, nice chrome and interior. Originally powered by a 125hp Chrysler Imperial 6cyl engine. Currently powered by a similar-era Chrysler 6cyl. This boat was built in 1931, but was not sold and delivered until 1934. She was titled and subsequently registered as a 1934 model. Awarded "Best Gar Wood" at Skaneateles 2018.
32 Feet 1956 Hubert Johnson
This beautiful picnic/fishing boat has been completely restored and refinished at St Lawrence Restoration in Clayton, NY. Has the original 1956 Chrysler Crown 115hp twin gas inboard engines. Cruises at a comfortable 17 mph with max speed around 24 mph. Boat has a new canvas top, galley with working sink, ice box, table with bench seating and bathroom. Also included are GPS, compass, trim tabs, life jackets, throw cushions, fenders, lines, boat hook, distress flag. flare kit, 110 shore power and cord, bilge blower, batteries, dual battery switch, battery charger, thru hull exhaust and sea cocks.
25 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman
Chris Craft only built 208 of the 25 foot Sportsman models between 1946 and 1950. These examples have a very stylish sheerline and are very attractive utilities. This Sportsman has been in the same family for over 40 years and is a true survivor. Recently refinished by her owner. With some finishing touches, she can be put back together and used or taken to the next level by an ambitious restorer. Complete with all hardware and well stored over the years.
22" Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is believed to be the last one made. The current owner has owned the boat since 1990. The boat has a West System bottom installed and also around the same time it had a Crusader 350 engine. The seat cushions and upholstery have been replaced and are in very good condition.
36 Feet 1986 Grand Banks Classic
This Grand Banks is a full time freshwater boat here on Lake Ontario. It has distinctive teak trim transom and rails, bow and a large deck house. It has been well maintained and is a great blue water cruiser. It is well equipped for extended Cruising. It offers the classic Grand Banks styling and legendary quality and a well proven design. It offers a spacious layout with two staterooms and private heads so that the owners can accommodate guests or children. The "Classics" offer a lower helm station as well as a fly bridge. The boat has low hours and is tidy in appearance throughout with only minor general and ongoing maintenance to attend to such as wood varnishing.
19 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Racing Runabout
Full restored boat with replaced bottom and rebuilt engine. The boat has had very little use since restoration. The boat is currently in Show Condition. Comes on a custom C-Hawk trailer that was built for the boat. Also has a full waterline cover.
28 Feet 2003 Chris Craft Corsair Heritage Edition
With her retro and curved tumblehome, the 28 Corsair conveys the Classic look of yesteryear. Built on a deep V hull with a well flared bow this boat takes the water beautifully. The old world dashboard and the heritage package offer a throwback to the Chris Craft form the 1950's. Cockpit and upholstery is in very nice condition and the curved foredeck expose s a v-berth and portable head. The gel coat is flawless and is evidence of gentle use in the fresh water of the Great Lakes. Additional features include a pressure water system, cockpit cooler storage, transom shower and flip up bucket seat bolsters. These 28 foot Corsairs are in rather low supply and sought after.
24'6 Feet 1986 Custom Built Sport Racer
Hull built by Gerard Longtin. Cabin and decks completed 1986 by Andress Boat Works in Ontario. The hull has two ¼” layers of moulded mahogany plywood using an epoxied saturation technique. Decks and interior are solid mahogany. It has a modified vee hull, cuddy cabin and seating for six. Inboard gas engine has a downdraft carburetor and flame arrestor. The instrument panel has a tachometer, temperature, oil pressure, volt, speedometer and fuel gauges. It has a custom wood steering wheel and a single lever throttle control with trim tab functions. The boat has always been sheltered during ownership. In 2017 a light sanding and a fresh coat of varnish was applied, the hull was also touched up and regular engine maintenance was performed. Ready for the boating season. A “Marine Condition and Valuation Survey” was carried out April 12, 2016 and is available for review for those expressing interest.
21 Feet 1932 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Older restoration but really nice. Use every week. Turns heads. Runs smooth, The boat has a modern power 351 Ford Engine, new varnish and a like new trailer. Stored inside always. Always boat house kept. Moving need to sell. The previous owner had the boat for 15 years and we have owned he for just 3 years. We are selling our waterfront property and as such will need to part with the boat. The boat was always kept in our boathouse and is very dependable. In the last 6 months we had fresh applied and it also has a West System Bottom.
21 Feet 1965 Chris Craft Super Sport
A very stylish model; the 21' Chris Craft Super Sport featured big power, a roomy interior, and some serious automotive influence. This example has been comprehensively restored and is arguably one of the finest Super Sports in the country. Originally powered with a mighty Lincoln 431 engine (included in the sale), she is now powered with a tricked-out 454cid Mercruiser. Fully bonded double layer bottom and hullsides, custom interior color, and a great finish. This Super Sport is ready to enjoy!
21 Feet 1959 Chris Craft Capri
An award winning boat at previous boat shows. For the 1958 model year (introduced mid-1957), Chris-Craft replaced the Riviera-based 21' Capri with an entirely new design based on the new 21' Continental. These boats were known for their automotive based styling details, including white tail fins, sloping aft decks, and interiors which appeared to be direct copies of the latest from Detroit. With large V-8s, these boats were heavy and fast, and were in fact the last of the large Chris Craft runabouts. A total of 44 were built from mid-1957 through 1959, making the tail fin Capri the rarest of all post-war Chris-Craft runabouts. Completely restored in 2009.
20 Feet 2013 Chris Craft Continental by Fish Brothers
Exceptionally clean boat with only 23 total hours on her. Modern construction makes this a easy boat to own and use. The boat is all Wested with triple layer bottom and double layer sides and decks. No swelling is ever required. The boat comes on a custom built trailer with a full waterline cover.
20 Feet Century Sea Maid
Very desirable sea maid. rare boat only a few hundred ever made. Good varnish, bottom is tight, structurally the boat is outstanding. Roomy, comfortable, and fast. This boat needs nothing and could be enjoyed immediately by the next owner. Gray Fireball is a strong engine and runs great. Outstanding trailer ready for any road trip. short or long haul.
13' Feet 1958 C Craft
The boat was built only 3 years, 1956, 1957, 1958. Was purchased in original condition from original owner who stored it in a basement.
24 Feet 1954 Shepherd Runabout Hardtop
This 24 Foot Shepherd Hardtop Runabout is in excellent condition. The owner has received many awards and used the boat for many seasons always in fresh water. The 24 Foot Hardtop with crank up side windows and windshield wipers provides both space for friends and foul weather protection when cruising. Shepherd offered hardtop versions of their classic open V drive cruiser but very few were built. The hardtop version has 6 more inches of freeboard and another foot forward. The hardtop arrangement accommodates eight people under cover, and seating for four more than the open cruiser arrangement. The original Hemi V-8 has been rebuilt. IN addition the transom has been replaced, the chines, frames and all of the interior side paneling, flooring, and fuel tank have been replaced. All seats have been re-upholstered which matches the steering wheel. Finishing the boat off is a removable maple picnic table. which can be installed in front of the rear bench.
22 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Beautifully restored 1930 Chris-Craft runabout with the upswept forward deck indicative of this model. Restoration work included a highly-detailed finish, re-upholstered cushions, a 5200 no-soak bottom, re-chromed hardware, a new rudder and steering box, and a new custom waterline cover. She is powered by a 1985 vintage rebuilt GM block 350 V8 with 375 HP and is ready to go cruising!
17 Feet Western Fairliner Torpedo
The Western Fairliner was built in limited numbers by the Western Boat Building Company from 1947 to 1951. In all 32 of these units were built. They were 17 Feet in length offering 6 foot beam. The base price was $3150 in those heady days. The frames originally were built of Sitka Spruce to allow the boats to achieve maximum speed. The hull was plank and enjoys a layer of 3M 5200 which allows for a no soak bottom. The hull is planked in Meranti which is less dense than Mahogany. The boat is overall in very good to excellent condition and catches admiring looks whenever it is seen. There are art deco details such as the cutwater and the torpedo stern is unique for a boat of this size. The owner has had this boat since 1997 and enjoyed it immensely. It has been in storage since 2015 and has only 5 hours since being rebuilt. It is now ready to be transferred to a new custodian who will provide the care and stewardship for the next generation
24 Feet 1997 Hacker Craft w/ Extended 2nd Cockpit
Absolutely beautiful Hacker ready for a new owner to enjoy! She is in mint condition with very low hours on the 350 Crusader.
-- Feet 1918 Liberty 6 Marine Engine
Liberty 6 215 H.P. 825 cu. in. Air service number 94578 Manufactured by Wright Aeronautical Still in Original Cosmoline. No rust/corrosion evident. Engine appears complete. This Is The Only Known Example Left Of The 52 Built. Includes: 2 Stromberg NAS-5 carbs 2 Dixie “600” mags Water Pump Harness Water and Oil Lines Spark Plugs Carb Linkage
22 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model-201 Triple Cockpit Runabout
Chris Craft made 1058 of these 22 foot triple cockpit-201 models between 1927 and 1931. This example was built in the final year of production and was originally delivered to Flathead Lake, Montana in May of 1932. She is powered with her original, numbers matching Chrysler engine, which was comprehensively rebuilt and detailed to factory condition. Upgraded to a 12V system, dual batteries w/selector, and built-in battery tender. Original IVA-Lite spotlight is in working condition. Equipped with a Halon fire suppression system as well as a vintage brass unit for shows. This boat was discovered in a barn in the mid-1980's and was a true barn-find in preserved condition. Complete with a tandem axle trailer and 2 waterline covers. Hull number is 1054 and it's possibly one of the last 22 footers built. She has been nicely restored and well kept!
25 Feet 1937 Grew Utility
An early version of the Grew “Jolly Giant” design, this beauty has been owned by one family since she was built in 1937 at Jackson’s Point on Lake Simcoe, Ontario. The Golden Fleece has recently restored with a completely new hull, refreshed chrome fittings and a new engine in the form of a rebuilt Chrysler V8.
30 Feet Lyman Cruisette Hard Top
A hard to find 30 Foot Lyman Hardtop in good condition. This boat has been kept for many years in the 1000 Islands area of the St. Lawrence River and always well maintained. It is twin 350's which deliver strong performance and a wealth of space for entertaining.
30 Feet 1970 Arno Day Picnic Launch
This is a very special boat. She was born in Maine in 1970 by the famous builder Arno Day. Refurburished in 1984, New Bern, N.C. by the caring hands of two craftsmen who maticulously and majestically brought her back to life. I have now owned OFD for eight years and maintaine her beauty to a very very high standard. If you are burdened by head turns, applause,"thumbs up", smiles, and constant inquiries regarding her beauty...This is NOT the boat for you.
35' Feet 1968 Longton of Lachine, Quebec
Custom built by Longton, Quebec in 1968 with the hull and deck being constructed of double planked Honduran mahogany, then she was restored in 1990. The cabin top is constructed of fiberglass and aluminum and she's also equipped with a swim platform. She's powered by twin Mercruiser 454/330hp engines with TRS drives spinning stainless steel props. She is a deep V hull with a 39" draft. Equipped with 2 oversize aluminum fuel tanks as she originally built to run Miami-Nassau race. She sleeps 2 with sink, minifridge, head and ample storage, new stereo system also with teak flooring and vinyl interior. She will require some bottom work but the replacement value is $750,000 to $1,000,000 US. She is being sold as is where is, the owner is very motivated to sell and open to all offers!
19 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback
Beautiful 19 ft Chris Craft Barrelback. Professionally restored in the 90's with no-soak West system bottom. Stored dry and indoors and used sparingly by current 20 year plus owner. All of the right equipment: Bugatti split windshield, banjo steering wheel, Chris Craft M engine, green leather and blue gauges, plus an Arrow trailer and full cover both custom made for boat. Antique boat show award winner, ready for her next owner to take out on the water!
22 Feet 1946 Chris-Craft U-22 Sportsman
Hull #22-U-067 was framed as part of the war effort and finished as a recreational vessel. Restored in 2017 with a complete stem-to-transom frame rebuild, new mahogany hull and upper deck, epoxy-embedded ribs, joints and bottom for strength and durability. All hardware was re-chromed. Interior upgraded for comfort and durability but in period style and look. Powered by a completely rebuilt 141 HP Chrysler Ace Marine engine and comes with a custom trailer. This roomy and desirable Sportsman Utility represents a fully-restored, like new craft with a completely dry "no soak" hull. She was a fugitive from a burn pile but take a look at her now and you will not be disappointed! Seller will deliver up to 500 miles for free and 1.00 per mile over the 500.
17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Custom Runabout
1957 17' Chris Craft Custom Runabout is ready to go. Fully Restored, It comes with a 5200 bottom, new interior, chrome done, gauges done, all new wiring and fuel tank, and is powered by a Rebuilt Chris Craft KFL131 HP 6 Cylinder Engine with very low hours since rebuild. This Chris Craft is truly a show quality boat.
17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket Runabout
Here we have a fully restored 1953 17' Chris Craft Rocket Runabout. It has a 5200 bottom as well as custom made sealing panels which can be seen in the pictures. The boat is powered by a KBL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine.
19 Feet 1948 Higgins Runabout
This 1948 19' Higgins Runabout is a beautiful boat. It has been fully restored and has a 5200 bottom, boat is in excellent condition and is powered by Chrysler Marine Engine.
23 Feet Gentleman's Speedster
This is one of a handful of Golden Era Classics Gentleman's Speedsters that were imported from Australia. These boats are fun to drive and have a unique transom that might remind you of a slipper stern. The boat is very clean and will survey out nicely. It was built with a 454 engine and includes a velvet drive transmission. The lines of the boat are beautiful and it will handle all water nicely. The boat has never been in salt water and the owner would consider trades.
20 Feet 2005 Custom Gentleman's Racer
Expertly built by Windsor Boats in 2005, this custom Gentleman's Racer is reminiscent of a 1930's design, but with a few refinements. She is powered by a modern 310hp Mercruiser engine, which is both powerful and reliable. All of the hardware is custom made to match the design of the boat. This boat is elegant and the fit and finish is unmatched. A piece of luxury and a treat to drive!
23 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Cruiser "Senator"
"Senator" is a 1946 Chris Craft 23' Cruiser that has been in the same family since 1946! Very tidy example with excellent hull sides, new gauges, and repowered with a 350 Marine Power V8 engine for performance and reliability. Always kept indoors and a very original survivor!
26 Feet 1931 Dodge Triple Cockpit Runabout
The 26 foot Dodge runabouts truly unique with their sleek, low sheerline, custom hardware, Duesenberg steering wheels, and Lycoming engines. This example is all original and barn-fresh, ready for a comprehensive restoration. She is a worthy candidate and is one of only 3 known to exist today!
26 Feet 2016 Work Boat America Aluminium Landing Craft
Rugged, durable and versatile when one first looks at the Bullnose Landing Crafts from Work Boat America. This 26 Foot Landing Craft will accommodate a heavy payload and its 72 inch front drop gate will allow most any equipment you wish to bring aboard. The closed cabin will allow for comfortable transport for four adults comfortably in three seasons. It has just passed its break in period of 10 hours being used for demonstrations. These boats are well built and perfect for working on the water. Call us to schedule a sea trial on this boat. We can also configure a boat for you from 24 feet to 44 feet in length. Boat delivery can be arranged at a reasonable price ...call us for a quote.
21 Feet 1895 Gas Engine & Power Company Launch
The Cathedral was built in 1895 and was originally a Naphtha launch powered by a steam type engine, boiling a low grade gasoline called Naphtha. The vapor would run through the engine similar to a steam engine. Her first home was in the San Francisco Bay area where she remained until 1924, at which time she was transported to Lake Tahoe. The original engine was removed after this point, and replaced with her current Union Marine engine. The boat was sold and moved to Fallen Leaf Lake in 1939. Subsequently, the owners sank her in 1951. She laid on the bottom in 60 feet of water until raised in 1972. The current owner restored the boat entirely over a 2 year period and she is quite a piece of history!
26 Feet 1905 Milwaukee Yacht and Boat Co. Launch
In the first decade of the 20th Century, advances in boating gave rise to what was then called "auto-boat". In the style of a touring car with the engine under the driver, who sat upright with a steering wheel and dashboard. This X-Celo Launch is but one of only three in existence and was one of the first using this design. The boat is carvel planked over oak with a mahogany deck that was originally canvas covered. This is a handsome boat that is in very nice shape and was restored in the 1980's. Current engine is a Gray Marine 6-40 which is a straight six cylinder L- head producing 40 HP. Boat is nice but dry and seams have opened up above the water line after years of being out of the water. As such the boat is being offered at a very reasonable price.
21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado
Beautiful 1961 Century Coronado! The Thoroughbred of Boats and the flagship model of the Century fleet! This fine example was professionally restored in 2012 and features a new, no-soak 5200 bottom, correct new upholstery has been installed, and a fully rebuilt Cadillac dual-quad engine powers this boat. One of the rarest Coronado models built and this one is a real show piece. The boat shows careful ownership and low hours over the years. The boat is located in Arizona and is always kept under cover.
21 Feet 1967 Century Coronado Hard Top
This 1967 Century Coronado is absolutely stunning! Comprehensive restoration completed with no detail overlooked. The hull is entirely glued and bonded with hull sides as smooth as glass. New interior completed as original, new platinum deck vinyl. She is a solid runner with a big 440cid 335hp Chrysler wedge. Brand new customer trailer and a full padded trailering cover included. We would rate this as one of the finest Coronados in the country.
24 Feet 1997 Hacker Craft Extended Second Cockpit Runabout
Clean boat with extended 2nd cockpit for a roomy interior. Boat has a custom Deitrich top, full waterline cover, table, stereo, fire ext system, new interior and recent varnish. This boat is water ready and just needs a new captain!
22 Feet 1973 Chris Craft XK 22
This is a very clean example of the stylish Chris Craft XK-22! Chris Craft only made 230 of these boats between 1971 and 1976. Striking cream and orange color scheme, totally detailed out engine, even a color matched outdrive...
19 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Runabout
One of only 328 made. This boat was dispatched from the Chris Craft Factory in Algonac, Michigan on August 20, 1936 to the Wilmington, California Chris Craft dealer H.G.McKinney & Co,Inc. Al Schinnerer of California Classics bought the runabout along with a collection of boats stored in a warehouse in Long Beach in 1978 from Mike Ferruli. No further history is known of the boat. The boat was laid to rest in Al’s Redlands warehouse until she was purchased in the early 1990’s by restorer Dave Wright. In 2003, still with no restoration, Wright sold the boat to Ron Figaro then bought her back again three years later. In 2009 Dave sold the boat to Don Vehimeyer who fully restored the boat in the winter of 2009-2010. A full waterline cover is included. The boat has appeared in multiple ACBS shows garnering third place in class in her first appearance and second place in 2011 and 2012. Finally in 2013 she garnered a 1st in class! She is in the state of “as dispatched from the factory” condition.
30 Feet 1985 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This boat was custom built by Morgan Hacker for its current owner, a friend of Bill Morgan. Exceptionally well maintained, always used in fresh water. Very low usage since new. The original 454 Crusader engine suffered a mechanical failure, so a brand new engine was installed in 2015 and has 0 hours of use. Bottom paint, varnish, interior, flooring, chrome all in very nice condition.
24 Feet 1920 Fay & Bowen Launch
Purchased from Lake George in 1994 and brought to the fresh water lakes of Muskoka where it has been lovingly carded for the last 20 years. Multiple Boat Show award winner and in overall very good condition.
23 Feet 1999 Boesch Monaco Classic Runabout
Here is a stunning example of a Swiss-built Boesch Monaco......powered by a powerful Crusader 454. This beauty exudes elegance at every angle. This boat is in like new condition and will turn heads everywhere.
24 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Totally restored, 5200 bottom with new stringers, frames, and keel. New deck framing and planking. hull planking re fastened with bronze. All new interior woodwork. Stainless steel 40 gal fuel tank. Chrysler 331 hemi installed in the early 1950s totally rebuilt with upgraded electronic ignition and Holley carb for flawless operation and performance. 12 coats of Epifanes varnish and bonded leather finish this boat off nicely. Includes a custom trailer fitted to her hull, ready for the water! Lots of history documentation included. Motivated Seller. All Offers Considered
19 Feet 1936 Eddy Marine "Aqua Flow" Runabout
This wonderful runabout was built by Eddy Marine in 1936. The "Aqua Flow" runabout was a modern desgin, lofted by Douglas Van Patten. The Eddy Marine company produced 60 boats in 1936 and closed shortly thereafter. With its outboard rudder and prop configuration, this design was years ahead of its time. This example has been lovingly restored and shown by its current owner of 25 years. Power comes from a 90hp flathead Ford V8 engine, through a v-drive unit. This is a very unique boat with a wonderful history!
22 Feet 1948 Duke Utility
Comprehensive, beautiful restoration. Only 4 of this model were constructed by the Muskoka, Ontario builder in 1948, and this is hull #4804. 6 cylinder Buchanan engine has been totally rebuilt and detailed. Lots of seating and a wonderful boat for entertaining and cruising. "Best In Class" winner in 2008 and 2010. She is still in excellent condition and ready to go!
53 Feet 1966 Baglietto Ischia Cruiser
Italian built by the Biaglietto Yard, they now only build mega yachts.Great interior and exterior classic detailing with the fit and finish of a 1960's Alfa Romeo.She runs well is solid and well constructed needing cosmetics in and out to make her a true head turner. Rare boat priced to sell offers considered. In Newport Beach California
33 Feet 1982 Jesperson Boat Builders Sailboat
A truly unique offering, Herreshoff Aramita Cutter built in 1982 by Jeperson Boat Builders in Sidney BC. Continually upgraded all teak decks removed, new marine plywood and nonskid finish.Rebuilt Kubota diesel, full cockpit cover, schaffer roller furling with 150 Genoa.New UK main sail.Exceptionally well balanced under way, a unique classic daysailer.
48 Feet 1930 Huckins Fairform Flyer Commuter
This awesome example of a Wall Street Commuter has cruised Long Island sound for five decades entertaining Hollywood and Broadway royalty of that era. It is the oldest known Huckins Fairform Flyer still afloat. After a fire following an epic party one evening the boat sat for a few years in a boat yard until Jerry Bass rescued the boat and began an extensive restoration bring the boat back to original and better. After Mr. Bass's passing the boat was donated to a Museum. The boat does require a full restoration once again but it is a worthy project for such a significant historic vessel.
26 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Clipper Cruiser
She is in pristine condition evaluated as "Bristol" few months ago. Blueprinted and balanced engines. Electronic ignition with Chris-O-Matic transmissions. This boat is the perfect fit for weekenders couples. Comfortable interior and deck. Stainless tanks. A definite head turner.
26 Feet 1925 Rochester Triple Cockpit Runabout
Until just recently it was believed that there were only 3 Rochester Boats still in existence. We now know of a 4th. These boats were designed by A. W. "Bill" MacKerer during a brief tenure who worked at Rochester Boat Works from 1925 to 1928. Many of these boats were originally powered with Sterling engines since Sterling was located in Buffalo, New York but a few also had Hall-Scott engines based on the preference of the buyer at that time. This boat has been in the same Family for almost 30 years and well preserved. there is no denying however that it is a full restoration project but a very worthy project based on the rarity of the boat. The Auburn Engine is believed to not be the correct engine for the boat. The boat does have hardware and gauges and has been indoors for many years in a protected environment. The boat could easily put onto a trailer as a hoist is available.
36 Feet 1967 Chris Craft Constellation
Mahogany hull, generator, air conditionning (reverse air) Full size fridge, sleeps 6 in 3 separate cabins, all equipped, 2014 survey available, been the same owner for over 30 years.
20 Feet 1962 Ames Brothers Performance Ski Boat
The Ames Brothers were a pair of Port Carling cottage builders who, during the off season, built custom wooden boats. This example was built in 1962 and follows the lines of the popular Rayson Craft wooden ski boats. She was originally powered with a 426 cubic inch Chrysler wedge engine. She has been totally restored and sports a fresh finish and new upholstery. The boat has been repowered with a 496 cubic inch, blown Chevy engine. Give your friends a real thrill ride in this 74 HP racer!
20 Feet 1964 Riva Super Florida
Owner has had this boat since 2009 and has recently restored the engine in 2013. The boat has a basic trailer but satisfactory for short haul or roll on roll off situation. Very few of these boats are found in the United States and great chance to add a Riva Super Florida to ones collection.
16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
Originally displayed in the Gar Wood display at the 1936 New York Boat Show. Was then owned by A prominent Marine engine dealer in Boston. Boat has a new 5200 no soak bottom put on by Katz's Marina less than a year ago and has only been in the water once since. Had refresher coats of varnish. The decks have been replaced but the hull sides are original. Engine is a Chrysler Crown in-line 6. Has a new fuel pump, carb rebuilt, new prop shaft installed. Stuffing box rebuilt. Starts with push of the button. Runs beautiful. Comes with fenders, dock lines, and a waterline cover. Was a winner at Clayton in 2002. has a number of other regional awards. Trailer is a 2002 Quickload it was completely rebuilt. All new bearings springs were gone over, new wheels and tires. Completely ready to go. Moving and I can't take it with me. Open to offers.
25 Feet 1907 Fay & Bowen
Purchased new 1907 to lake Sunapee NH used constantly until 1969. Sunk at her mooring raised sold 1978 in barn storage since. A complete basket case missing only the original Linoleum cockpit flooring. Awaiting complete restoration.
26 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
This 26 Foot Chris Craft Triple Cockpit was a special order from Chris Smith with black sides by the movie actor Bill Boyd aka"Hopalong Cassidy" Fully retored in 1988 and placed 2nd at the classic Concours d' Elegance in Lake Tahoe.
30 Feet 1969 Lyman Express Cruiser
A must see! Well maintained with numerous updates. Kohler 5K Generator, new canvas 2012, Teak & Holly Sole floor in cabin, New Cushions and Drapes 2012. Engine rebuilt in the Spring of 2013 with only 40 hours of use since!
19 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Twin Cockpit Runabout
This Gar Wood Twin Cockpit Runabout was built in 1940 and has been in the same family since 1965. The Chrysler Crown was replaced by a modern power Pontiac 389. The boat has the original sides and decks. The interior was re-done in 2011. The bottom is traditional with regular maintenance done through the years. The boat has been confirmed by Tony Mollica of the Gar Wood Society as Hull # 6566 which is number 85 out of only 122 ever made.The owner is no longer using it and is now ready to have the boat move on to a new owner.
17' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Dlx Runabout
Wow....this Deluxe Runabout has undergone a totally complete restoration including new stringers, framing, chines, keel, transom, side & deck planking along with a 5200 bottom!!! All new upholstery, all hardware re-chromed, new gas tank & lines, complete all new antique cloth wiring, totally remanufactured engine with rebuilt carburetor, fuel pump, distributor, starter, generator & water pump!! It has been converted to a 12 volt. Nothing was left to chance!
26 Feet 1928 Gilbert Long Deck Launch
26 ft 1928 Gilbert Launch built in Brockville Ontario. Boat is in Very good condition. Last restored in 2000 with a West System hull. Runs beautifully with freshly reconditioned seats in 2013 that are in excellent shape.
26 Feet 1926 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout
Current owner has owned this boat since 1982. After spending all of it's life on Lake Placid in the Adirondacks. The boat has had a new bottom after receiving a full restoration and is a high scoring concours condition boat at this point. The boat requires nothing and is offered with a full mooring cover.
1956 Ford Thunderbird T-Top
One of our wooden boat clients has this delicous Thunderbird for sale. Built in 1956 it is fully restored and original in all ways and offered with the 2 top T-Bird.
21 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Continental Hardtop
Rare 21 Continental Hardtop. Chris Craft only made 96 of these boats and only for one year. This is a very original boat that is all there. Boat is in user condition at present. the bottom is original but swells nicely, engine runs very strong. Interior is in nice condition but not all correct. All offers considered.
17 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout
Fully restored boat that shows exceptionally well. 5200 bottom, all deck and side wood has been replaced. Endine was rebuilt, all chrome and gauges done. This boat is ready to use or show. All offers considered.
19 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Red& White Racing Runabout
This boat is hull number 1 for the Racing Runabouts. It has the correct blue interior it originally came with. Boat has been fully restored to include a West bottom, and all sides and decks have been redone. This boat is in excellent condition and would be a prize to any collection.
19 Feet 2010 Vintage Craft Barrelback Runabout
This is a modern interpretation of the iconic 19' Chris Craft Barrelback. The boat shares the lines of the classic, but features modern construction techniques including a triple planked bottom and double layer sides. Cold molded construction. She is ready to be enjoyed and offers modern reliability with a 228hp Marine Power V6 engine. The boat sports original Chris Craft gauges and hardware. Complete with an in-floor beverage cooler and interior lighting. The interior is nicely appointed with leather upholstery. She is an absolute beauty.. No faults, no flaws, no excuses - turn the key and enjoy!
20 Feet 1934 Barnes Runabout
Earl Barnes was a premier Canadian builder who built some of the finest runabouts and launches during the 1920's and 1930's. His boats are known for the high quality of craftsmanship and custom hardware. This example was custom built for regatta racing. She looks like an ordinary runabout from the outside, but fire up the engine and the side exhaust will tell you otherwise! Originally powered with a Gray Marine 6, she was repowered in 1947 with a tricked out Flathead Ford/Offenhauser V8 to push her into the winning circle. The boat is still powered by the same engine today. It requires a new bottom, but is a very worthy boat with a decorated racing history.
26 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Upswept
This 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Upswept is a rare jewel. The boat has a new bottom installed in 2009 by Dan Mertaugh and a new interior in 2008. The story for this boat is the engine which is a specially carfted 454 but bored out to a 496 which will produce about 600 HP. This boat offers the elegant looks couple with ther ablity to go fast and enjoy the way in a way the few do in a wooden boat. A variety of ten props is offered with the boat to achieve the perfect performance while using 93 octane. This is the boat that can cocktail cruise and / or poker run. Since the power plant was installed in 2009 the boat has seen less than 40 hours of actuall running time as it was used only at a few boat shows.
17 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility
This 1937 Chris Craft is hull #1 of only 131 built and was used in the 1937 sales brochures. She has undergone a complete professional restoration including a 5200 bottom, book matched mahogany topsides, new ceilings, and transom. All chrome and instruments have been redone. Very rare model with center steering wheel, an option only available on the deluxe model. Restoration is 95% complete and buyer needs to pick out interior color and bottom paint.
21 Feet 1956 Century Coronado Hard Top
This is a very fine example of the early hard top Coronado. She received a complete, comprehensive professional restoration in 1990. It has only 50 hours of use since then and has spent most of its time in indoor storage. Multiple award winner at ACBS events. The Cadillac engine was expertly rebuilt and is equipped with twin 4-barrel carbs and roller cams. A custom Ryan trailer was built at the time of restoration. Extremely well kept and used very little since restored - the boat looks as good as it did in 1990!
22 Feet 1947 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout
This boat has been completely restored with a 3M 5200 bottom. 90% of hardware and all instrumentation is original. The engine was rebuilt at the same time and has less than 50 hours of operation. This model was only made for two years and there are probably not more than 4 or 5 still in existence. This boat is in the water and in use this summer in the Clayton area of the Thousand Islands. It needs only some cosmetic work to put it in show condition. All offers will be considered.
29 Feet 1920 Hutchinson Long Deck Launch
Beautiful show winning Hutchinson, with awards taken at Clayton, Massachusetts, Connecticut & Hudson River including "Queen of Show"! Equipped with a convertible top, she is a real stunner. She is one of 4 long decks built in 1920 for C. M. Stone of Binghamton, NY, C. L. Hayden of NYC & for George Hutchinson himself! She is the sistership to Idyll Oaks. Her bottom and other restoration work was performed by Elco approx 15 years ago.
30 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Sea Skiff
This Sea Skiff received a major restoration in 2008. The starboard engine rebuilt 2010, only has 10 hours on it. Port engine has approximately 100 hours. Photos taken October 2010.
20 Feet 1926-28 Custom Brodhead/Fairchild Launch
This is a very interesting boat to the Finger Lakes folks. Built by a couple of Cornell grads in the late twenties and originally powered by a huge Hall-Scott this is a wonderful example of custom craftsmanship. Only 20 feet in length and easy to handle and trailer to shows and destinations. In excellent condition, restored by John Ford, and ready to provide pleasure to everyone on the wine trail of the Finger Lakes. Able to be seen by appointment.
26 Feet 1948 Hutchinson Utility
Winner Alexandria Bay Antique and Classic boat Show in 2007. This has been professionally maintained and cared for and is in mint condition. Beautiful lines and gleaming Red Mahogany varnished wood. The owners have enjoyed this boat for over 25 years. Everything is in great condition (seat cushions, windows, deck, and engine). Featured in Tony Mollica's book, "Classic Boats of the Thousand Island's".
23 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Custom Holiday
1962 Custom Chris Craft Holiday 23’, Hull #30 of approximately 40 built. This Holiday went through a complete disassembly, most framing replaced, all planking, decks, transom, stem replaced. Work completed 2003, 50 hours of operation since completion, stored inside since completion. Built with layer of ¼” marine plywood over entire hull & bottom, then 5/8 Philippine mahogany planking, bedded entirely in 3M 5200, stainless screws through out. Decks ½" marine plywood with 3 layers of fiberglass mat and 3 layers resin, nonskid patterned in finish. All unvarnished wood treated with West Epoxy. 12 coats of marine varnish. Custom teak and mahogany swim platform. Custom details through out, including dash and console. New, Windshield, Upholstery, Wiring, Switches, Shaft & Flange, Prop, stuffing box, Fuel tank. Chris Craft gauges all rebuilt. 454 Crusader, completely rebuilt and work up, modified to 450 HP, all docs available. 50 hours since rebuild in 2003, Boat moves effortlessly at 50 mph.
22 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Sedan
This is a gorgeous example of the Chris Craft 22 foot Sedan. It has fresh varnish, a nicely detailed engine which runs sound and strong. The boat is sound structurally and offers the perfect option for being in or out of the sun. This model is extremely popular today with it's ability to be in or out of the sun. This unit is based on the 22 Foot Sportsman frame with the optional hardtop and very few of these were made with even fewer in existence in this type of condition.
29'6 Feet 1916 Louis Esteses Launch
This boat was completed in 1916 for the current owner's grandfather [Edeson J Weeks]. Restored in 1993. All original brass hardware, cypress wood construction. Louis was a well known restorer in the 1000 Islands area living in Alexandria Bay and was known for fine work and craftsmanship but made only a very small number of boats. This enhances the rarity of boat of this kind still surviving to this day and in such nice original condition. The boat has been restored by a well known and highly regarded Canadian restorer and is currently in Show Condition. Photos are available of the work done to the boat for those who are seriously interested in purchasing this boat.
22 Feet 1935 Fitzgerald and Lee Commuter
The Fitzgerald and Lee company was based in Alexandria Bay and at one time was the largest dealer of Gar wood's in America. This is a very rare and unusual model made by this builder as it is a 22 foot Commuter which was configured to protect the original owner from inclement weather as he traversed back and forth from his Island in the 1000 Islands and mainland. This boat has only had 2 owners since new as it was bought from the original owner and has remained in the St. Lawrence River all of it's life. The boat itself has been completely re-done with a new bottom and is in Show Condition. Photos are available for those interested showing the work done during restoration as well as original paperwork showing the initial purchase.
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