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18' Feet 1936 Chris-Craft Double Cockpit
Wife got me the boat for my 60th Birthday 17 years ago. We had a new engineered bottom 8 Years ago The wood is in nice shape but needs a new coat of varnish
22 Feet 1950 Hutchinson Sport Utility
This 1950 Hutchinson Sport Utility was built by Hutchinson Boatworks in Alexandria Bay, NY and has recently undergone significant restoration work. Extensive repairs to the frames, chines, and bottom completed by Sirens Boatworks, Merrickville, ON. Boat flipped, old caulking removed, bottom paint stripped and planking treated with CPES, caulked with 3M 5200 and soaked. Bottom primed and painted, prop and shaft removed, repaired, and cutlass bearing replaced. Rewired and converted to 12V with proper fuse block. Bilge pumps, fuel lines, fuel tank replaced. The engine was removed, gone through, and detailed. New water pump added. Gauges replaced. The boat was then varnished inside and out. New stainless steel hardware and cleats. This Hutchinson is ready to enjoy and can be offered with or without a trailer.
22 Feet 1951 Chris-Craft Sedan
1951 Chris Craft S-22 Rare 1951 Chris Craft S22 sedan - original and unmolested survivor. Previous owner began restoration by stripping the hull and never completed the work. Stored away for nearly 30 years. This boat is rock-solid, zero rot, complete with the original Chris Craft M 6-cylinder flathead engine. This is the most solid and original Chris Craft you are ever likely to find. A worthy restoration candidate and a great winter or father/son project.
17 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Runabout
Very original boat. It has lived in the same boathouse all it's life. The bottom is extremely well preserved. The boat was re-finished in the 80''s by S&R Marine, here in Pewaukee. A brief survey was conducted at that time. It was re-varnished in 2006, again by S&R Marine. The original 105 HP KL engine was replaced in 2016 with a 120 HP KLC. Ted Cartner, Antioch, IL supplied the long block and Mark Willis, Custom Boat Service in Brookfield, WI installed the engine. Other than the engine, all parts are original. All gauges, lights, etc. are in working order. Original 6-volt system. I have all the original purchase documents along with the owner’s manual and service receipts. There is also an original Chris Craft brochure that came with the boat. This is a very well preserved boat that you can tell was always boathouse kept. All offers considered.
18 Feet 1986 Century Resorter
Purchased new in 1986, single owner and meticulously maintained. Our father wouldn't let us get in the boat wet, and it shows.
19 Feet 1967 Century Arabian
This boat was completely professionally restored in 2013, received a new engine in 2017 and has been impeccably maintained by a loving owner. The Wooden Boat Shop in Cincinnati completed a full strip and refinish of this Arabian in 2013, included new interior. Century specifications were followed, and the teal interior and layout is stunning and provides wonderful usability. New marine carpeting was also installed at this time. The layout includes the rear seat arm rest (factory option) and the side-seating rather than the double-bucket seat configuration. In addition, the factory-option sun pads are included with this boat. The factory-option swim platform is on this boat and has been refinished, as well. Gauges and gauge faces were restored, Iva-Lite was added to complete the project. The current owner has enjoyed this boat in freshwater for 10 years. He has showed the boat twice in Century Boat Shows - both times the Arabian took 1st place for Best Runabout.
26 Feet 1917 Truscott Launch
This 1917 Truscott "Working Launch" went through a full restoration on her 100th anniversary in 2017. No-soak type hull rebuilt. Installed head with holding tank, installed sink and refrigerator. V- berths in cabin area. Surrey top designed with oak bows and copper tubing, sunbrella fabric. Portable propane grill included. Custom Hustler Trailer included in sale. Refinished in summer of 2023. All original brass hardware. A must-see to appreciate This historic launch is ready to cruise in comfort.
50 Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Catalina
Under cover for 30 years, poor condition above water line. All hardware included. One engine out and disassembled. Boat very restorable. Former potential buyer from Norway stated this year and model may be last one in existence and was willing to pay $28,000 shipping cost to his Norway boat yard .
28 Feet 1973 Valga Craft (Volga 70)
Fully restored hydrofoil boat, new condition, wooden exterior, aluminum hull, new trailer, stereo system, 6 people capacity.
22 Feet 1970 Lyman Sleeper Utility
“Last One” is a 1970 22' Inboard Runabout Sleeper. She is one of the nicest Lymans out there and is the last (S-1146) in this very desirable model line. “Last One” was acquired in Ohio in 2016 and underwent an extensive above the waterline restoration in New Hampshire which included solid teak decks and complete interior refinishing. The hull sides were painted with Pettit “Grand Banks Beige.” She has correct Nautolex flooring and original chrome and instrumentation. The engine is the original Chrysler Marine V8-273 with electronic ignition rated at 210 HP. In 2022, the entire bottom including the stem and keelson was replaced by a Lyman expert in Alexandria Bay, New York. During the season, she is kept in a boat port and in cold, dry storage off-season. She has a Sunbrella custom-made full cover in Royal Blue Tweed. Equipment includes a Garmin Echomap Plus 74CV GPS chart plotter with through-hull depth finder transducer, a Guest 10-amp; dual bank marine battery charger, dual batteries with Perko battery switch; Bennett trim tabs, fore and aft bilge pumps; lighted stern pole with flag and chained anchor with rode. “Last One” comes with her custom fitted Ace Eagle aluminum tandem-axle bunk trailer equipped with surge brakes. Additional photos and information on request.
19' Feet 1951 Chris Craft
Fully restored by well known Chris-Craft restorer. This is one of the finest Racing Runabouts in existence, and is show worthy to the full extent. The boat left the Chris Craft plant with a rare blue interior that was re-done, and brought back to life during the restoration. Upon restoration a new 5200 bottom was installed. She is powered by a freshly rebuilt Chris Craft Model MBL engine with 158 HP, and a 6 volt electrical system. The boat has all matching serial numbers, and comes with a file from the Craft Museum which includes the original build sheet from the factory. The boat has been extensively maintained since restoration, and only has a handful of hours post restoration.
21 ft Feet 1962 Century Coronado
purchased on Bring a Trailer, 02/2108. actually a'62 not a '61. Took it to Barry Ford in Trumansburg NY. Stripped to the ribs and rebuilt. Have photos of the entire process. 5200 bottom, new keel, repowered, gauges rebuilt, all chrome redone, reupholstered in original pattern but not a kit, all vinyl surfaces redone. I always thought I wanted one of these, we already have a 1932 21 ft Chris Craft triple and I thought this would take its place and be better since it has a roof. My wife informed me that she likes the Chris Craft better so this one goes. It needs nothing other than to be enjoyed.
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
23 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Commander
Freshly restored and only a few hours of run time! Only 115 23' Commanders were built by Chris Craft between 1968 and 1969 and this an early one bearing hull #5. Chris Craft's very earliest venture into the world of sport fiberglass. This example has been comprehensively restored. Hull repairs included replacement of shaft log, replacement of engine beds, gas tank removed/steam cleaned and reinstalled, new custom color matched trailer, new gel coat on bottom matched to original, new wiring harness, new fuse panel, new dash/gauges, new prop, new packing in stuffing boxes, new cutlass bearing, new transom, new mahogany swim platform, new floor, new upholstery using original style and color vinyl, all original script and badges. Brand new 327cid Chevrolet engine built and transmission rebuilt. This 23' Commander is exceptionally clean and needs nothing. Full custom cockpit cover included. Ready to enjoy and take to the show!
17 Feet 1942 Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout
Purchased in 1995 as a pattern boat. She has been 100% completely restored. New everything except stringers and engine. However engine has been gone over and is in good working order. New mahogany planking using wiki flex and stainless screws thru battens. Finish is Epefanes perfection. Fittings all re-chromed. Unfortunately this is a cottage boat and just not practical for our location. It has not been used other than a 2022 put-me-back-in-the-water voyage. Definitely a work of passion that must go to a good home. It comes with a customized galvanized trailer also like new. No expense has been spared. Well over $60,000 invested!
36 Feet 1968 Uniflite Sports Sedan
Very Rare 1968 36’ Uniflite Sport Sedan Boat is in excellent condition! Transferable covered Table Rock Lake Slip! 7 miles south of Branson, Mo. (Paid thru next spring!!) Great Weekend or Week-long getaway location, Low Hr, 300Hp 440 Chryslers, Velvet Drives with Straight shafts, Upgraded AFB Marine Carbs (2), Upgraded Intake Manifolds (2), Upgraded USCG approved Flame Arrestors (2), Recent Tune-up (26 hrs), Hot Water Heater (8gal), Flat Screen TV & DVD with Surround Sound Sys, Sleeps 6, Large V-Berth, 4 place Dinette, Huge Shower, Electric Flush Head with Holding Tank, 4 burner Electric Stove with Oven, with Built-in Remote Compressor Refrigerator and provision for 2nd Remote Chill Box, Dual Zone Marine A/C & Heat, 6.5 kw Onan Generator, Pro-Tech Smart 4-Stage 40 Amp 3 Bank Battery Charger with 3 AGM Battery Banks, Insulated Engine Room equipped with Boat-Safe Marine Engine Room Heater, Dual Station with Flybridge Controls and Dual Hummingbird Fish Finders, Spare Props, Cockpit Camper Canvas package, Carpeted thru out. Beautiful Mahogany Interior. Engine Hrs Port 110 / Stbd 108 since Top-ends were completely rebuilt including Low–Lead Conversions with Stainless Steel Valves & Stellite Valve Seats. Fuel: 200 Gals Fresh Water: 100
16 feet Feet 1961 Commissioned Racing Canoe
Made by master canoe craftsman Walter Walker in the early 1960s after the closing of the Peterborough Canoe Co. using traditional techniques Three thwarts (not seats) Main keel plus on on each side 16 feet long Cedar strip (no canvas) Narrow, not a tripper Comes with a sail Located in Ottawa Ontario Canada
12 Feet 1951 Penn Yan Swift
This boat is in excellent condition. The sides and bottomare canvas, not fiberglass. About the nicest Penn Yan Swift you will find. The engine is a rare Mercury Mark 25. It runs and was tuned up in 2021. Fun little boat. Price reduced and motivated seller!
30 Feet 1968 Chris-Craft Crusader
Boat has sat inside a warehouse for years. Recently moved out of the warehouse so it was indoors since 1996 and was outside for about a year now. Both motors start. One motor needs a starter. Interior is for the most part good condition. Boat will need some cosmetic work (paint, varnish, interior cleaning, etc.) but all in all it is a solid boat. Beam is solid. Boat has a bathroom, sink and refrigerator.
16ft Feet 1968 Sears
I salvaged this boat from a nice lady who did not need it for her cottage anymore. It was saved and I have given it TLC over the last year .
32 Feet 1966 Chris Craft Sea Skiff - Special Order
The ultimate entertaining and day-boat! Dancing Feather was custom ordered from Chris Craft with a wider, 11'6" beam by her original owners of 33 years in Wisconsin. Purchased by her current owners in 1999, she went through a full 2.5 year restoration by Frank M. Weeks Yacht Yard in Patchogue, NY. Relaunched in 2002 and primarily used along the Long Island Sound. Professionally serviced annually by Rainbow Marine Center, Babylon, NY. All original brochures, order forms, and maintenance records available. Recent updates include: repower with twin 5.7L 235hp Marine Power V8 engines 2018, 16x15 3 blade props (spares included) and stainless steel shafts, new aluminum fuel tanks 2014, all new hoses and fuel lines, new batteries 2015 (12V DC system w/helm rocker & breaker switches), original gauges restored 2018, Garmin GPS 2017, new steering 2022. .Cabinet sink top at cockpit area, 15 gallon fresh water tank., fresh water wash down. Raritan-type head in enclosed forward section with holding tank & deck pump out. Seating: helm seat; Custom solid mahogany bench seat across transom with cushions; Custom mahogany dinette table and seating with cushions. V-Berth forward with cushions. Navy blue Bimini canvas top plus matching full mooring cover. Custom teak swim platform added in 2021. This boat has been very special to her current owners and many updates have been carefully planned and completed.
24 Feet 1936 Lyman Utility
This is a very rare example of an early Lyman 24' Utility. Uniquely appointed with a rear facing aft seat, forward bench seat, and dual jump seats on either side of the engine. Cockpit is also equipped with built-in storage lockers for all of your boating gear. She has been fully restored and repowered with a Crusader 5.7L engine, coupled to a Hurth 1.22:1 down-angle hydraulic transmission. Recently refinished and ready to enjoy this season. Name and registration numbers now removed and ready for the next owner. She sits atop a custom 2010 Loadmaster trailer and is complete with a mooring cover. 12V system, bilge pump, and dual batteries w/battery switch.
17 Feet 1942 Century Sea Maid 172
Bought this boat as a stalled restoration of a very original and lightly used boat. The engine/gear had been rebuilt and all the chrome was redone. I had the hull and decks repaired with some new planks, The bottom was refastened and made a no soak bottom with GFLEX. The boat was striped and new stain and varnish were applied. New upholstery, New fuel tank were installed. I also had Van Nesse rebuild the carb and rebuild the distributor with electronic kit. Modern raw water pump to replace gear driven unit. Old pump rebuilt and included with boat. Only two small projects ongoing. Gauge panel sent out for refresh and dripless shaft unit being installed. All wiring is new as are the bilge pump. Bottom painted and waterline stripe redone. New windshield. We use this boat locally and really enjoy it. Because it’s used frequently it’s not a show queen. But it is very nice. Extensive receipts and documentation on the boat including a copy of original factory brochure. I am told only 12 remain. The trailer is said to be original to the boat. Looking at it I tend to agree. It works perfectly with new bearings and tires. Has swinging tongue.
22 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22
This 22 foot Sportsman is the closest thing to original as you can find! From the steering wheel to dashboard. to windows, folding top, M Hercules engine, to light pole, a total 50's look! it comes on a custom Magnum trailer with surge disk brakes on both axles. Purchased boat in 1997 on Lake George. Had engine serviced, fuel tank cleaned and coated, new fuel line etc. and then transported to Lake Travis in Texas in 1999. boat was last in water in 2020 and has been kept covered in an enclosed unit since then.
30 Feet 2017 Belle Isle Bearcat Replica
This boat is an exact “replica” of a 1925 Belle Isle Super Bearcat – 30’ foot triple cockpit runabout. There are FOUR “original” 1925 - 30’ footers known to exist. This boat is a fifth “tribute” boat. The boat is constructed of “all new” Honduras mahogany with “real ebony-wood” inlay in the deck seams. It comes with 95% of the hardware and a cradle that fits the boat. he hard work is done. Now, it’s a matter of assembly, finishing, varnishing, etc. Note: Price reflects a substantial discount from owners investment to build the boat and bring it to its current state. Dare to own something a little different. You won’t see many like this one on your lake.
19 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Model 19A Runabout
Beautiful rare boat, older restoration. Fantastic fireball engine (two updraft carburetors). All hardware was re-chromed (100% original ). No-soak 5200 bottom. Beautiful clinch nail construction. All Gauges restored/re-calibrated, All electric converted to 12 volt. Engine starts, runs perfectly. Spent its life on the Delaware River and northern Chesapeake Bay. Ready for new adventures on your lake or river.
16 Feet 1969 Dyer Glamour Girl Launch
Hull #16-341. Used in 1969 for promotional photos by builder. Was built as a tender boat for a large sailboat "Fandango", can be verified by the builder. Injector pump rebuilt in Oct, 2022 A great little boat that has been under the same ownership since 2004.
15'9" Feet 1959 Buehler Turbocraft
1959 Buehler Turbocraft - For Sale. First Year Made! Stored inside since the early 80's. Everything is there, including the original ski's, floatation devices, etc. Trailer is in excellent condition as well. This is the Jet-33 with the Chevy 283. Unkown Condition. Original Documentation back to 1/1/1960 - Sold new in Walnut Grove California. Purchased by Oregon owner in 1970 for $5. Title is good. Come and get it... or trade for 59 Cadillacs or Cadillac parts. Located in Springfield Oregon.
15’ Feet 1955 General Marine SpeedLiner Runabout
Bought boat from marina owner on Norris Lake. He ran it often. I have never put it in the water. Built by General Marine; SpeedLiner was well known in the pleasure boating and racing circuit for their fast and serviceable hull designs. Comes with a Kiekhaefer gas tank and brass fire extinguisher.
19 Feet 1945 Gar Wood Commander
“We Three” has been a fixture on Long Lake in the Adirondacks since she was delivered to the original owner, WA Raney in April 1946. After the passing of Mr. Raney, his daughter sold the Gar Wood to Dr. and Mrs. Shelly in April 1996 and she remains on Long Lake to this day. She won numerous boat shows from South Carolina and North Carolina. The Clayton Boat show, is where she won Best preserved, Best Gar Wood and a few “Best of show”. This Gar Wood is about as original as any boat one can find other than some of the upholstery which was really beginning to show some wear. All the wood on her, including her bottom, is original. One might wonder when looking at her due to the lighter “sapwood” which is found on her forward port side, but that is exactly how she came from the factory. She was built to go to the 1946 New York Boat Show, but that show, due to the war, never became a reality and she was then taken to Hearn’s Dept. Store as a boat to use for sales. She was the only Gar Wood of her kind built and primarily for that show. Mr. Ranney had taken his daughter to Hearns to purchase clothing and saw this particular boat, inquired about purchasing one like it and was told “he should consider purchasing this boat due to rumors that the company would or might be closing in the near future. He purchased her on the spot. Mr. Raney purchased the boat right off the floor from the Dept. Store in January of 1946.
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