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|39733||22 Feet 1959 Shepherd Runabout||$25,000|
|Shepherd boats are well known for their excellent construction, ability to handle rough waters, and stylish designs. This 1959 example is a very well preserved boat. Interior upholstery has been replaced with correct color scheme. Chrysler Hemi 331cid engine. Paint and varnish are in very nice condition. Always boathouse kept and well maintained. Only 2 owners since new and always in the same family. |
|39732||21 Feet 1962 Riva Ariston||$139,995|
|The Riva Ariston represents the longest running model of their production, and Carlo Riva's favorite design. Ariston means "the best" and it was felt this model captured it all with its overall symmetry and dimensions. Only 1,012 of these units were made and there are very sought after today. This example is a 3-owner boat with a well documented history. Originally delivered to Switzerland and later purchased from Carlo Riva and imported into North America around 2000. She has always been used in fresh water and is a very original boat. Complete with original Riva accessories, immaculate original interior, gauges, etc. Only 463 original hours on the 327cid 220hp engine, which was removed, gone through, and detailed. Varnish work was also updated at this time. This is a very nice example that has been in a private collection for many years. |
|39731||17.6 Feet 1949 Century Resorter||$24,500|
|This is a unique one Family Owned Century Resorter. In 2010, new 3M 5200 bottom and a new transom were added. In 2015, carburetors were rebuilt, and in 2018, a new battery was installed. The boat is overall excellent condition and needs nothing. Always fresh water used and used almost always along the Susquehanna River in York, Pennsylvania it's entire life. Adult driven and stored in garage when not in use. Upholstery is brand new. Boat was owned by 3 generations of the same family. Grandfather was in the Guinness Book of World Records with the fastest water speed. |
|39729||17' Feet 1961 Sport Craft Sportsman ||$8,500|
|Two owner boat bought new 11-15-61. Won 2nd place at the Geneva Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show 2014. |
|39724||14 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Guide Boat ||$4,500|
|Completely restored, pristine condition. Trailer included. A nice example of a Penn Yan Guide Boat complete with a 3hp Elgin outboard. |
|39722||37 Feet 1913 Hiram Cowell Fishing Boat||$10,000|
|This fine and rare vessel was built in 1913 by Hiram Cowellin martha's Vineyard. She is a 37 Foot Sword Fishing vessel which was built to commercial standards. Her cedar on oak hull was refit in the 1940's to a ketch rig motorsailor. She is a sweetie and in good working ordder. Sh eis powered by a Chris CRaft W motor and is ready for a good home after mnay years of great care by the current owner.|
|39721||17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back||$34,500|
|Restored 17 Barrel Back. Very clean boat that went through restoration in 2002. Multiple bottom planks were replaced at that time. The boat swells in one day according to the seller. The seller has owned this boat for over 40 years. The upholstery is very nice but not correct. Comes on a single axle trailer and a custom cover.|
|39720||19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$39,900|
|This beautifully restored double cockpit Chris Craft with red leather upholstery is a solid and fine runner. Includes Chris Craft burgee, ensign, both flap poles, custom cover with name and quality trailer. Only 503 of these beautiful Racing Runabouts were built between 1948 and 1954. With its sleek, low sheer line the Racing Runabout looks fast even when it's sitting idle. Very clean boat Hercules MBL 158hp engine fully restored. No soak bottom. One of the most desirable of the Chris Craft Runabouts, this boat has a proper “V” windshield. Most of the restoration was done by Don Philbrick and the final varnish was done by Sierra Boatworks in California 1998. Carefully stored and protected and garaged. Participated in the Concours d’ Elegance on Lake Tahoe in 1989 and 1999. Flyer lives in north Idaho. Beautiful restoration by Philbrick with no-soak bottom, V-windshield,158hp, quality trailer
|39719||18 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera||$23,500|
|Nice clean boat with no-soak bottom and rebuilt engine. Interior is not correct but it is very nice. The boat was last varnished in 2015. The boat was originally owned by Edward Scripps of Scripps paper company comes on a trailer with a custom cover.|
|39718||25' Feet 1975 Wellcraft Nova II||$6,000|
|boat has been sitting on trailer since around 2001
has 888 mercury outdrives with chopper props.
motors were rebuilt in 1999
had new -exhaust-pumps-2bb carbs-electronic ign.
has been sitting due to health issues
being sold as is! trailer has new tires in 2018|
|39716||26 Feet 1969 LymanSleeper||$12,000|
|Hull number R-1408, this Lyman has had only three owners her whole life and has only ever been used in freshwater. Boat house-kept and marina maintained. The boat was thoroughly gone through in 2004 and all suspicious wood was replaced and repaired. The boat does not take long to soak up and has never had a problem leaking and stays dry. Many extras come with the boat including trim tabs, several life preservers, jackets for children, throw ring, paddle, ladder, rod rack, rod holders, bow anchor and windlass, spare anchor, sea anchor, dock bumpers, ship bell, horn, fir extinguisher, a dual ignition/battery start up, marine radio, depth finder, fish finder, and a port-o-potty. Also comes with four electric cannon down riggers, four trolling rods and live bait well. Also has original Lyman convertible top.|
|39715||19' Feet 1937 Gar Wood Runabout||$75,000|
|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. 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.
|39714||17 Feet 1967 Century Resorter||$21,000|
|Comprehensively restored 1967 17' Century Resorter. Everything on this boat works; it looks stunning, runs great and is ready to be enjoyed by its next owner. The restoration was completed by the owner, who started with a complete boat that was essentially a barn find in Virginia. The current owner is a long time antique and classic boat enthusiast who has restored many boats. This is one of the nicest 17' Resorters on the market and the restoration is professional quality. The boat has a new no-soak bottom, and new hull sides. Ford Interceptor 250hp FE engine, very nice original interior, no detail overlooked. |
|39712||18 Feet 1968 Molinari Racing Tunnel Hull||$19,500|
|1968 Mercury Molinari Racing Tunnel Boat Hydroplane. Angelo Molinari and his son Renato hand-built these boats from hand-laid mahogany ply, exclusively for Tunnel boat racing under contract with Mercury. Molinari dominated tunnel boat racing in the 1960s and 70s. Mercury 1000 Tiger Thunderbolt BP engine and lower unit. Matching numbers untouched factory BP engine. Extremely rare BP lower unit with shifting gear case. Original tag from factory on cylinder head bolt. Completely original and unrestored. Complete with period correct ballast tank. Original Balbi trailer with Angelo Molinari Cantiere stencil. Engine has never been disassembled. 18 foot hull, Number 60 out of 99 ever produced. Most of the boats of this period suffered serious damage and repairs. This is an exceptional example as built by Molinari, free of damage. This example has been in a private collection for many years. A true time capsule. ln the hands of a club racer, these boats went 60-70 mph, a professional could take it up to 80 mph. Renato himself was frequently clocked at 90 mph in this same model.|
|39711||22 Feet 1994 Lyman Open Fisherman Utility||$32,900|
|Built using the lines of the traditional 1967 Lyman Utility, these reproductions were built in 22 and 24 foot sizes and featured fiberglass hulls that are full trimmed with teak accents. Same comfortable ride of a true inboard Lyman with a fraction of the maintenance. This example has been a 2-owner boat since new and has always been used in fresh water. In the last few years, the hull has been fully detailed, all teak refinished, new fuel tanks, new synthetic teak and holly flooring. Crusader 305cid V8 engine. Full canvas included side and back curtains. |
|39710||17' 8" Feet 1973 Glastron V-178 Trihull||$3500.00 Firm|
|Glastron Classic 178, Tri-Hull Boat, 85 HP Chrysler with anti-cavitation. Full new interior, all white premium seating, new gold with black fleck carpet, new white Bimini Top with cover, full boat cover black, new $500 Lawrence Fish finder, new rod holders, trailer, new tires, new spoked wheels, new trailer wiring, new dual wheeled fold down parking stand with crank, new ball coupler, bearings packed ready to hit the lake! Boat is Gold and Cream white interior seating..
HULL ID: GLA11087M73J|
|39709||18 Feet 1995 Wykes Guide Boat ||$7,000|
|Fishing-Guide boat Built in 1995 for Don White od Newboro lake by Wykes Boats in Elgin Ont. Excellent condition. Fully restored in 2017 using (Total boat system)
Orginal 30 HP Johnson|
|39707||18 Feet 1955 Century Blue Arabian||$8,500|
|A rare find, this Blue & Gray Century Arabian was only built between 1955 and 1956 in very limited production. This early 1955 example is a true barn find with its original finish intact, all original hardware, and pieces. She was disassembled with the intention of restoration, but never started. This is the perfect candidate to restore to factory condition, or leave original, reassemble, and display as a true artifact.|
|39705||21 Feet 1965 Century Resorter||$32,900|
|Rare Excellent Condition 21' Resorter fully updated with a ton of expensive custom and fully restored original accessories. She has an unheard of both bottom and sides 5200 upgrade. Fresh chrome, newer varnish, new keel and garboard bottom planks, detailed original big block 413 with a new alternator, new exhaust manifolds and rebuilt starter. A duel battery charging system with isolator and fresh water hose hook up for fresh water engine flush was added. The following items were custom made for this resorter, swim platform, bimini top, mooring cover, road cover, complete interior and correct duel axle trailer for a boat of this type.|
|39702||15 Feet 1956 Thompson Runabout||$9,500|
|The boat was abandoned and had significant deterioration along the keel. The bottom was removed as well as most frames and transom. A new plywood bottom was fitted, new steam bent frames installed, new transom, new Nautilux covered floor, new decks, new forward split bench seat, aft full bench seat, white vinyl seat cushions and a custom mahogany windshield. all work was done with epoxy and painted with Awlgrip. Motor has been recently gone through and runs very well. No leaks, relatively maintenance free classic with trailer. |
|39701||22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrel Back Runabout||$79,500|
|22’ 1939 Chris Craft custom barrel sterm triple cockpit This rare model Chris Craft is extremely original with no wood replaced except for a new no soak bottom, rebuilt original engine all chrome redone including the Bugatti windshield. New 10k custom trailer included.Boat was purchased over 30 years ago by current owner, definitely the most original and correct one on the market |
|39700||18 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Riviera||$59,900|
|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. |
|39699||16 Feet 1898 Circa St. Lawrence Skiff||$5,000|
|This is a very old and earely version of a St. Lawrence Skiff eblievd to have been built aroudn the turn of the Century. The current onwer's Father bought the boat in the 1950's and it weny]t into storge for over 40 years in Upstate New York. Thje paint was stripped off and soeme of the oak wood was replaced. There are a pair of oars which are inlcude but are not original to the boat.|
|39698||16 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Ensign||$1,800|
|1947 was the final year of production for the Gar Wood Ensign model. This example is a full restoration project and most likely a pattern boat. All of the hardware and parts are believed to be there.
|39695||17' Feet 1960 Chris Craft Mahogany Refeshment Bar||$24,000|
|17' Chris Craft Bar boat, all mahogany with oak bar top, trash pull out, stainless ice bucket with drain under the porthole, wine racks, gauges and panel,stem ware rack, 12 bottle beverage cooler, wired with outlet and under bar LED lights. Correct 42" bar height. All marine finish for indoor or outdoor use.|
|39694||28 Feet 1950 Hubert Johnson Sportsman Hard Top||$4,900|
|This very comfortable, all-weather cruising boat was formerly a St. Lawrence River fishing guide boat. She has a solid hull and sound bottom. Her bow deck needs work and the cabin top needs recovering. The Crusader engine runs well. She has been in the water every year since the current owner purchased her in 1997.|
|39692||19 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$125,000|
| Chris Craft built only 51 of these Racing Runabouts from 1936-1937. It is believed that over one half of them were sent to Europe for a special racing class. Of the remaining to this day only 8 are known to still exist to this day. This boat was purchased about 5 years ago and has gone through an exhaustive restoration. It offers a no soak bottom, fresh paint, fresh chrome and solid construction that the most discerning surveyor will find to their liking. It is powered with a Chevy 350 providing 260 HP and has extremely low hours. Finishing the boat off is one of the finest trailers custom made for this fine craft and capable of supporting the boat perfectly and matching it nicely with a matching paint job.|
|39687||20 Feet 2008 Raveau Outboard||$45,990|
|Beautiful, American built, Classic wooden racing runabout.
Like new in immaculate condition. Mahogany wooden hull w/Mercruiser outboard @ 225 hp with only 23 hours. Full cover. Trailer included.
History of Raveau boats:
Originally built in 1939 by Marcel Raveau in Long Island, NY.
In 1957, 4 were built to test Mercury outboards for speed and performance
1959 to 1965 these boats were built in Sarasota, FL
1997 a 2nd generation of Raveau's, a new 16' V-bottom was launched
At this time the second generation Raveaus, which are not reproductions, are built on a limited basis.|
|39685||21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continental||$25,000|
|Unique 21' Chris Continental with the rear wings that flair out the sides. This boat overall is in very nice user condition. The hull has been refastened and requires very little swelling. The engine is a modern 350 that runs great. the seller has used this boat on multiple river cruises. The interior, though not original, is in very good condition. This is a great opportunity to acquire one of these rear boats at a reasonable price.|
|39684||16 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout||$44,900|
|90% of the work has been done on this boat. All it needs is someone to do the finish work. The boat has a new 5200 bottom built to be shown. The sides and decks have been skinned in 5200 to prevent movement. The engine has been fully rebuilt. The chrome has been done, the seller has new leather for the interior and has all the seat frames, hardware and all else the comes with the boat. All work has been professionally done. The boat just needs to be finished. The seller is selling because of health reasons. |
|39683||17 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Super Sport||$25,000|
|This 1964 17 Super Sport has been totally restored and is in excellent condition. The boat has an Epoxy no-soak bottom, the engine has had a full rebuilt. Interior is in great condition. This boat can be shown or used at present. Comes on a nice tandem trailer with a waterline cover.|
|39682||20 Feet 1985 Elite Craft||$39,995|
|This Elite Craft Riviera is Hull #2 and was displayed at the 1985 Chicago boat shop and in the company's brochures. She is in immaculate condition with lots of new equipment - powder coated aluminum fuel tank, stainless steel motor mounts, steering wheel, shift lever and cables, LED cockpit lights, upholstery and carpet. Comes with the original Elite Craft pennant and pole, and a custom-made, full Sunbrella mooring cover. She's been stored inside when not in use, but is ready to go in all respects.|
|39681||22 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Cadet||$35,000|
|1930 Chris Craft 22' Cadet Triple. It has the upswept deck and is also Chris Crafts flagship boat on the front of their Legend of Chris Craft book. The wood needs work at the transom. It has a 5200 bottom and we just put it in the water and go, no need to swell it up first. The trailer is custom made, you won’t find one like it, made specifically for this boat it has LED lights including show and loading lights, a prop guard, break away tongue, torsion axle suspension with 4 wheel electric over hydraulic disk brakes. This is an incredibly nice boat.|
|39680||22 Feet 2020 Continental Powerboats SuperPrimera 22||$109,875|
|The Continental SuperPrimera 22 is “The New American Classic” as it was designed to embrace many of the characteristics and qualities of the classic
wooden vessels of the 1950’s – 1960’s, brought up to today’s standards, with great options and the ever important exhaust rumble. The Continental brand is deeply influenced by
the classic Rivas, Chris Crafts and Century’s, as well as many automotive styling cues. A unique feature of Continental is that the client can customize his/her SuperPrimera 22 to fit their personal tastes and wants, and that includes color. I’m hard pressed
to find a builder who can offer that unique aspect anywhere close to our price point; this certainly allows the client to have a one-of-a-kind vessel. We vow no two Continentals will ever be built the same nor will they ever be mass-produced. Due to the unique custom-build nature of Continentals, we offer limited build slots every year as a way of maintaining uniqueness and high quality standards.
|39679||18 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Runaboiut||$39,900|
|This boat is a very nice 1936 Chris Craft 18' Custom Runabout, 200 of 208 made. She was totally restored in 2008 by Nichols Restoration, including a 5200 bottom and complete rebuild of the original Chris Craft H engine. The engine and boat have very few hours since. The upholstery is essentially perfect. The original restoration invoice is available so you can see the extent of the work done. It needs only a new good home - advancing age forces me to part with this beauty. I will sell with or without the practically new powder-coated trailer that matches the upholstery. |
|39677||16 Feet 1990 Gar Wood Speedster Replica||$29,900|
|Expertly constructed by Vintage Marine in 1990, "Miss Conception" is a faithful 1935 Gar Wood Speedster Replica. 5200 no-soak bottom, correct hardware and gauges, and a Chrysler M47S Crown engine that pushes the boat to 42mph. The boat was recently varnished and shows very well. The boat has not been in the water for 4 years but has always been properly stored indoors in an appropriate environment. This is the perfect little speedster to add to your fleet! Complete with trailer and period-correct lifejacket and helmet/goggles for display. |
|39676||28 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Enclosed Bridge ||$6,000|
|This is a twenty-eight foot Enclosed Bridge built in Algonac, Michigan, United States of America in 1939.
It was sold to their dealer, Boulanger Yachts, Lachine, Quebec, Canada. Mr.McBride of Baie d’Urfe ,Quebec was the first purchaser in the summer of 1939. It had a 4 cylinder Hercules Marine Engine with a 2 to 1 reduction drive. The boat was used very little during the next 5 years due to World War II and gas rationing.
In 1949 McBride sold the boat to a Mr. O’Connell who owned a hunting and fishing resort in the Laurentian area north of Montreal. the boat was used on an mountain lake to take guests fishing. In 1961 O’Connell sold the the resort less the boat. He had the boat shipped to his waterfront home in Ste.Genevieve, Quebec. The water being too shallow for the boat so he traded in on a Jet powered Runabout with Ste.Annes Marine Service, in Ste.Anne de Bellevue of which J.N. St.Aubin was the owner. In 1963 St.Aubin took personal possessions of the boat and moved it from Ste.Annes to Lake of Two Mountains and the Hudson Yacht Club.
In the late 70’s the boat was returned to Ste.Annes Marine and the 100 H.P. Gray Marine engine was installed. Changes in the steering and engine controls making for a fly-bridgetype of yacht. Other changes in the main cabin were also done. A holding tank was installed.
For only a few years was the boat winter stored at HYC. It was fitted for a four wheel wagon type trailer and from then on it was towed by Station Wagon to the St.Aubin’s home which was 2 Kms. from HYC for storage in a green house type of building which did not touch any part of the boat. This meant having the boat ‘s interior completely ventilated while in storage. The boat has been launched every year except one due to major hull and cabin repairs.
The boat has had a professional Marine Survey done which it passed to qualify for insurance.
I could mention the installation of the convertible top but that has nothing to do with the wood part of the boat.
|39675||18 Feet 1952 Century Sea Maid||$31,500|
|This blonde beauty - one of only 47 produced - underwent a complete restoration in 2016.
Most frames, keel, stem and partial chines replaced. Bottom is 5200 including new inner plywood and new outer planking. All parts sealed with CPES (penetrating epoxy). Planking bedded in 3M 5200 and held with silicon bronze screws. Outer planks sealed with CPES, epoxy barrier paint and bronze bottom paint. A few side planks were replaced. All other side planks were removed, cleaned up and re-installed with 5200 and new bronze screws. Deck is all new wood using African mahogany and the correct Avodire white mahogany. Deck and sides are sealed and varnished with 8-10 coats of varnish. Engine is a Chrysler six cylinder with twin carbs and is original to the boat. It was rebuilt by a professional machine shop. Carburetors and generator were rebuilt. Engine is 12 volt and is rated at 125 HP. Upholstery is red and white. It is new and is a kit from A and A Marine, made by the same people who made the original. All chrome parts were re-plated. Gauges were restored by Kocian Instruments. Wiring is new cloth wrapped wire. Gas tank is new aluminum from Rayco. Original Vita-Lite added.
|39674||22 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff||$24,950|
|Beautifully restored classic wooden "utility" boat, 1955 Chris Craft Sea Skiff. The boat has a teak hull and mahogany deck; all wood has been repaired or replaced as needed, and it has new paint inside and out. The hull is white and the deck is dark brown mahogany color. It has bench seating conducive to your choice in seat cushions.
It has new windows, new deck, new battery, and carburetor, ignition switch, stern lights, bilge pump, and fuel filter. It also has a rebuilt distributor. The original, 131 HP, Chris Craft Hercules engine (built by Chrysler) Straight Six has been repainted and rewired and was recently tested. Restoration was completed between May and October, 2018.
This classic boat is in like-new conditions and no one else will have one quite like this. It would work great for ocean cruising or big lake motoring, just in time for the summer boating season. It is currently shrink-wrapped and in marine storage near Whitmore Lake, Michigan.
The boat comes with a restored 22' trailer, with brand-new tires and recently painted black.
|39673||16 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Kit Boat ||$12,000|
|I am the third owner. She was built in Ely, MN. The original owner used her as his big water fishing boat for 50 years. He passed her down to his nephew and I bought it her from him. She has never been stored outside. I did a restoration on her. New exterior paint. Total varnish strip and re - varnish the interior. She has all bright work on the interior. New canvas deck, new seats, new floor boards, new rub rails, new windshield. Comes with a specially modified bunk trailer. The motor has a newly rebuilt magneto and carb. Starts and runs great.|
|39672||25 Feet 1906 Elco Open Launch ||$125,000|
|"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.|
|39671||22 Feet 1957 Shepherd Runabout||$85,000|
|Completely restored 22’ 1957 Shepherd, completed Spring 2019: Full-engine detail to the Chrysler 331 V8 engine — tuned with new spark plugs and wires, carburetor service, oil change and a light overhaul of the V-drive with new cross shaft seals and hub housing gaskets. The Shepherd has a new “no soak” 3M 5200 bottom which includes a new keel, all new white oak bottom framing, new inner planking and new mahogany outer planking. The hull side planking has been removed and reinstalled in 3M 5200 and refastened. The remainder of the hull has been stripped to bare wood, finished with 15 coats of varnish applied. In addition, all new Naugahyde seats (white with red piping) and new flooring installed. Seats 7-8 people. Top speed approx. 40 knots. The Shepherd is a great, comfortable family cruising boat which can also handle rough conditions. Over $100,000 invested. For Sale: $85,000. Custom trailer included - in excellent condition.|
|39670||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Ski Boat||$20,000|
|Same owner 25 years. Always kept in covered well (Glen Lake) or inside storage, 283 Chevrolet V8
Approx hours since rebuild 400.
Approximate top speed 40MPH
"WEST" bottom- Stainless steel fuel tank
No varnish fatigue or blistering. Comes with Tandem axle (custom bunk) Eagle Trailer- 1994, recent tire replacement.
|39667||17 Feet 1928 Old Town Sailing Canoe ||$8,300|
|Centerboard sailing canoe believed to be owned by copper mogul Adolf Lewisohn of New York City, and came from his estate on Upper Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains. Mr. Lewisohn met Thomas Edison and at Mr. Edisons advice, soon thereafter bought copper mines with his brother and father bringing them vast wealth overnight. This is a rare canoe with all mahogany trim, including the centerboard trunk and solid bronze centerboard. The 3 year restoration includes a new dacron sail and authentic rigging and hardware. Finely detailed pinstriping, outer stems and AA grade trim make this canoe stunning. Approximately 50 of these were made by the Old Town Canoe Company. Pretty rare indeed.|
|39664||18 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman ||$24,000|| |
|Rare 18’ version of the popular 17’ and 22’ sportsman. Restoration with traditional bottom completed around 2010 with very limited use since. Wood and varnish is in excellent condition, chrome is new in some places and original not replated in others, shows very well. Engine is not original to the boat but believed to be correct. Has nice sunbrella waterline cover and sits on brand new single axle aluminum trailer. |
|39663||19 Feet 1953 Century Viking||$9,000|
|This utility inboard was completely restored & the motor was professionally rebuilt using Gray Marine original parts. The boat is a lap strake mahogany with white oak ribs.
A first place winner twice at the Mystic Boat Show. |
|39662||24 Feet 1963 Chris Craft Cavalier||$12,500|
|I purchased the boat approx. 1992 and took over its restoration. Some of the completed work was by Gar & Wood Yacht Rest. billed yr.1989. Included is a file with a 1996 Survey Replace $54,900.Current market $8,700 (1996 )(incomplete).Installed: Lowrance Sonar.Morse Command 290 Helm, Jabsco remote control searchlight, 2 Rule sub.pumps,Duel Elastomuffle transom mounted exhausts,New SW gauges, new Faria Tachometer, and on&on. The engine is the best 350 KL Thermocon Marine, have owners manual.Previous owner told me he was told it was new when he bought boat project. Trans. Paragon direct drive serial #z8249x, 2 gas line filters water separator Racor Kraginlatorg94. Have pic. of engine install in file plus some of work. Boat while in our care was used almost exclusively on the Fraser River BC CAN. Longest trips in salt water 4 days. We est.400 hours on motor.Reason for sale : health. Hull,topsides,bulkheads, are in good shape.Has head installed, requires holding tank,ice box, cooker. I thought to use sailboat ss units,or like. No rott to my knowledge. There are epoxy repairs, small area of canvas decking has small bubbles on deck. My wish with this boat is someone skilled in this vessel take it to conclusion and maintain it correctly, it’s well worth it.|
|39661||13 Feet 1963 Boston Whaler Sport||$7,800|
|This 13 Foot Boston Whaler Sport has a new gel coat hull. It ofefrs the gorgeous stable riude of a Whaler and has a 6 gallon fuel, an auxiliary 12 gallon tank, speedometer, tachometer and a full kooring cover. The boat is in excellent overall condition since it was restored.|
|39660||18 Feet 1966 Howard Custom Race Boat||$18,500|
|Boat was stored in Cleveland, OH for 35 years until current owner found it and raced it with his son and grandchildren for several years. A similar Howard custom racer set the speed record in 1965 at 137 mph. This is the same hull that ran the 250 circuit in the 1960's. This boat has never been in saltwater, has always been stored in a garage, original trailer included and boat has ran 10 years with vintage boats in Florida. |
|39659||18 Feet 2002 Custom Built||$10,000|
|This Handy Billy was designed and built by Harry Bryan of New Brunswick, Canada for use in the choppy waters of the Atlantic. Its batten seam construction provides great strength and minimal maintenance. As a result it requires little soak time to swell the planks when launching in the Spring. This boat was built as a project and fund raiser for disadvantaged youths in Maryland in 2002. She has had two previous owners and was used for a time on Cape Cod. Besides being a classic wooden boat , she has provided the owners with a stable and reliable transportation to an from their Island in all types of weather. Boat is offered vwith two gas tanks, oar, boat hook and bow and flag pole. |
|39657||20 Feet 2009 Glen L Riviera||$29,000|
|A contemporary classic, this 2009 Glen L Riviera is built with a 3 layer epoxy bottom and double layer hull sides. Attractively finished with a 2-tone red mahogany and dark walnut color scheme. Only 83 hours of use since completion, powered by a modern 350cid Crusader engine. Beautiful custom woodworking on the interior, bucket seats and a rear bench seating arrangement. Nicely outfitted with LED courtesy lighting, custom cabinetry for life vest storage, removable stern ladder, and much more. A 1954 Chris Craft Riviera windshield gives the boat a classic look. This boat performs well and offers a classic styling with modern construction and reliability. |
|39656||21 Feet 1960 Riva Ariston||$149,000|
|A beautifully restored Series 1 Ariston, this 1960 example has been well kept and has less than 100 hours of use. Repowered in 2014 with a 5.7L Crusader V8. The original Chrysler V8 is also included in the sale. Entirely stripped and refinished in 2015. Original interior, convertible top, and side/aft curtains all in very nice condition. Sold complete with a tandem axle trailer. |
|39655||19 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback||$47,500|
|Very rare, good condition, gently-used Chris-Craft Barrelback with a 5200 bottom (installed 2005), a reliable M engine, new transom, a few new planks, a new shaft, prop and coupling, and maroon upholstery. She is #7 out of 113 produced by Chris-Craft during the 1940 production year and was shipped to a Michigan dealer on August 22, 1939. She has been out on the water nearly every weekend on Central Florida lakes and makes no excuses for her 80 years. Owner is upgrading to a 25' Sportsman to accommodate grandchildren. |
|39652||19 Feet 1967 Century Arabian||$29,995|
|1967 Century Arabian — “Sweet “ JANE.
Beautiful example of preserved mid-60’s Mahogany Arabian. Great boat for the classic enthusiast. Regularly used on Conneaut Lake,PA each of the last 15 years that I ‘be owned her. I believe I am the second owner. All hull, deck and bottom lumber is original except the water line board on transom and two 10’ bottom boards. Transom bow replaced in 2011. Boat swells in 5 days. 426 cu.in. 290hp Chrysler V-8. Runs as new. Capable of 48 to 50 mph. Striped to bare wood in 2010. Re-stained with 13 coats Interlux Schooner varnish applied. Re-varnished 2013 and 2016.
Although not a trailer queen, this boat shows very well. Consistently judged in mid-90’s.
Loadmaster tandem trailer. Sumbrella cover.
|39651||17 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout||$14,900|
|Very clean boat fresh out of a full restoration, completed 11/2018. The engine was fully rebuilt. The whole boat was striped and refinished. The bottom was stripped, refastened caulked and painted. Comes on a single axle trailer with a waterline cover.|
|39650||18 Feet 1958 Lyman Islander||$15,500|
|This remarkable Lyman Islander sat in storage from the early 1960's until 2000 and is in very original condition. In the 2000's the tops, sides and bottom were stripped and refinished, the engine was torn down and rebuilt, and all wiring was replaced. In 2018, a new, larger canvas top was added and the sides and bottom were repainted. She sits on a 2004 trailer custom-made for the boat.|
|39649||20 Feet 1954 Chris-Craft Special Sportsman||$3,500|
|My father and I purchased this 20' 1954 Chris Craft Special Sportsman in 2017 with the intent of restoring it. The boat has its original bottom planking and the tops and sides show no evidence of damage or rot anywhere.
She came with an MBL engine and we have every part minus the engine block as it was found to be damaged after purchase. All removed hardware has been bagged and tagged. One of the glass windshield panels is damaged and the seat cushions are missing. We had planned to install a 5200 bottom, but due to our growing family, the project is than we can commit to at this time. We have a packet of information from the Mariners Museum to include with the sale.|
|39648||20 Feet 2008 Malibu Ski Boat Corvette Edition||$49,995|
|This is a one of a kind boat. In 2008 Malibu Ski boats offered the Corvette Edition, but this is only one made to resemble the 2007 Corvette Official Pace Car in metallic orange, interior stitching, and also the only 2008 Corvette boat to have a factory wakeboard tower. The inboard engine is the Corvette LS7. This boat has only been used on fresh water since new. Matching trailer goes with the boat. |
|39647||16 Feet 1970 Correct Craft Separator||$53,995|
|This 1970 16' Correct Craft Separator is a beautiful all original boat. This boat is powered by 351 V8 Holman Moody Engine with a V drive and is ready to go|
|39646||17 Feet 1960 Chris Craft Sportsman||$25,000|
|Fully restored 1960 17' Chris Craft Sportsman with a 5200 no soak bottom. It is powered by a Chris Craft Model 283 8 Cylinder, 185HP Engine. This boat is ready to go. Very nice boat at a reasonable price.|
|39645||20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado||$29,995|
|This 1956 Century Coronado is a one owner boat. Always loving taken care of. It has a 5200 no soak bottom and has only been in fresh water. It is powered by a 331 Hemi that runs very well and is a great user boat that is ready to go.|
|39644||19 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Racing Runabout||$85,995|
|This 1954 19' Racing Runabout is fully restored to show condition. It has a 5200 no soak bottom, the MBL engine has been completely rebuilt, all new interior, chrome and gauges done, all done correct to be show ready. This is a must see boat.|
|39643||22 Feet 1954 Chris Craft 22 Sportsman||$39,995|
|Very clean fully restored boat with 5200 no soak bottom. engine has been rebuilt and has low hours since rebuild. Comes with a custom mahogany engine box, cup holders and storage. This boat is exceptionally clean and is ready to go.|
|39642||17 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket||$79,995|
|Show ready boat that we can guarantee will turn heads. This is the first time this boat has been restored to 100% accurate including the factory correct plaid interior. It also has a 5200 bottom. It is powered by a Model K 95HP Flat Head 6 Cylinder Engine and ready to go|
|39641||21 Feet 1961 Chris Craft Continenatal Gull Wing||$29,900|
|Only produced for 1 year, the 1961 21 foot Chris Craft Gull Wing Hard Top Continental was a beautiful transition boat offering a combination of mahogany, anodized aluminum, fiberglass, and vinyl highlights. Only 96 of these boats were built. Luminescent green and gold interior. This example is completely original and preserved. Single family ownership for over 50 years. All original hardware, curved windshield, etc still present. Original bottom is in remarkable condition, hull sides are perfectly tight (has never been down to bare wood). An amazing survivor worthy of a concours restoration, or continue to enjoy it as-is! |
|39640||17 Feet 1959 Greavette Sunflash||$5,900|
|The Greavette Sunflash was a popular model produced from the late 1950's until the early 1970's. Marine plywood construction and offered with a variety of engine and outdrive options. This particular model is powered with a 6 cylinder Ford Interceptor engine through a Eaton outdrive unit. In dry storage for the last 20 years, she is in solid condition and ready for a cosmetic restoration. A manageable project complete with all hardware and parts. |
|39639||15 Feet 1940 Thompson Row Boat||$6,900|
|1940 Thompson Row Boat with single cylinder Lauson Engine. Fully restored and very rare. It has a cedar stripped hull, tunnel drive propeller box, tiller steering, double action seat, and comes on a trailer. Great boat for any collection.
|39638||25 Feet 1963 Lyman Sleeper||$17,900|
|A great cruising boat and practical for entertaining, the 25 foot Lyman Sleeper is a very popular model. This example is equipped with a nice bimini top, matching cushions, trim tabs, and a head in the cuddy area. Full mooring cover in excellent condition. Bottom was stripped, caulked, and painted about 6 years ago. Used for a few months every year and well kept. Paint and varnish in good overall condition. Reliable modern power Crusader 270 engine, this Sleeper is ready to enjoy. |
|39637||9 Feet 1940 Jacoby A-Class Hydroplane||$11,000|
|This Jacoby is a truly significant piece of racing history! She was owned and raced by Paul Wearly, a very notable outboard racer of the 1930's - 1950's. This particular boat was his 1940 A-class hydroplane APBA National record setter. The boat was found in a basement in Upstate, NY several years ago and was painstakingly restored to museum quality. 99-point Best in Show winner at the prestigious Lake Tahoe Concours D'Elegance. Complete with canvas trailering cover. The boat and motor are absolutely flawless and would be an excellent addition to a permanent collection. Johnson KR racing engine is outfitted with several rare "Neal" aftermarket racing parts offered in the '30's and '40's. The overall condition and collection of history & documentation show real pride of ownership.|
|39555||21 Feet 1959 Century Coronado||$38,000|
|One of Century's most elaborate Coronado designs, the 1959 model featured a plush interior, sliding roof, painted hull accents, and variety of engine options. This example has been nicely restored with a replaced double layer 5200 no-soak bottom, A&A interior, and much more. The 327cid Gray Marine Fireball engine runs great and pushes the boat along nicely. Only 15 hours of use. Tastefully upgraded with varnished mahogany decks. Incognito music system. Winner of Best in Class at 3 recent shows. All original hardware including factory spotlight. New cover included. With a sociable utility layout, this Century is perfect for cruising and entertaining friends!|
|39554||26 Feet 1924 Ventnor Launch||$45,000|
|This 26 Foot Ventnor Launch was built for a prominent Philadlphia financier, George H. Earle Jr. Onwership later passed to his son George H. Earle III, who was elected Governor of Philadelphia in 1932. She was designed and built by Adolph Apel, owner of the Ventnor BOat Company of Ventnor, NJ. Being 26 feet in length, the boat is made with cedar hull sides and mahogany decks. She is powered by her original Model 4-50 HP Kermath engine. This boat was only one of Seven early Ventnors commissioned by Mr. Earle. This rare launch is one of a very few Launches still in existence. The launch has been restored and is very original except for the transom which has been replaced. |
|39553||16 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Special Runabout "Rocket"||$7,900|
|Purchased from Indiana a few years ago, this 1948 Chris Craft Rocket is a very original boat and a good entry level runabout. Upholstery is in very nice condition, engine is original to the boat and was running prior to purchase. Decent chrome, paint, and varnish. The bottom is original and has some years of use left in it. This would be a good first-project for someone looking at affordable classics. Hull #R-16-1008.|
|39552||21 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22||$6,000|
|The Chris Craft 22 Foot Sportsman is a very popular model from Chris Craft and hit it's stride =after the war. More than 3000 units of this model were built and it's popularity continues to this day. This boat has not been in the water since the 1980's and was scheduled for a full restoration but life got in the way and the boat stayed in storage. The boat has it's original Chris Craft engine and hardware. One of the side windows was damaged but could be easily replaced. This is a perfect boat for someone wishing to restore a fine vessel back to it's original lustre.|
|39551||Scripps Model 124 Engine||$7,000|
|1931 Scripps model 124. 3000 rpm 125HP 6 cylinder. Purchased 30 years ago for a Hacker Craft, but never used or rebuilt. Previous owner went through bottom end - no records or other info for that work. Needs complete rebuild. Rare Scripps similar to F6 model.|
|39543||15 Feet 1900 St. Lawrence Skiff||$3,500|
|This St. Lawrence Skiff is of a unknown builder but bears all of the markings consistent with boats built on or near the St. Lawrence River. The boat is 15 Feet 10 inches long and 4 feet wide. At one time the skiff may have had a sail. It has been restored on the inside and fiberglassed on the outside. These boats are a reminder of how boat building looked over 100 years ago and how they were used as a form of communication, travel and socialization in and around the St. Lawrence River.|
|39542||21 Feet 1957 Century Coronado||$19,950|
|1957 Century Coronado with sliding hard top. Great user-boat. The original 312 CI Ford engine and Dearborn transmission was replaced with a rebuilt (new bearings, pistons, valve job, etc.) 440 CI Chrysler big block 330 HP and Paragon 72C transmission. It is an easy starting, reliable and strong power plant with very few hours on it. Newer interior is in good shape. Finish is good. Includes trailer and canvas cover. Boat is in Minnesota. |
|39539||17 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout||$52,000|
|"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!|
|39536||12 Feet 1939-1950 Peterborough Canoe Company||$3,000|
|Own a piece of Canadian history! Rarely seen Peterborough Canoe Company 12 foot cedar strip boat built sometime between the years 1939 to 1950. Confirmed with the Peterborough Canoe Museum that this is a custom made boat with then original canvas interior. Due to the Bankruptcy by the company the records on the act date of manufacture are challenging but the range of construction is correct. Boat was seldom used and kept in closed storage for the past 40 years. This boat is in excellent condition and a fine example of a well known Canadian builder. Included are the set of original oars in great shape.
All floor boards, ribs, planking are in excellent state with no wood rot (wet or dry). All original serial numbers are visible: 1487 ser. 1735.
|39534||17 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout "Barrel Back"||$55,000|
|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.
|39533||20' Feet 1971 Glasspar (Larson Industries)||$7,900|
|This boat is in beautiful, original condition. Always stored in a boathouse or shed. The original upholstery is flawless. Low hours. Engine and outdrive were serviced last year, after boat went unused for several years. Holley carburetor was rebuilt and both water pumps replaced. Motor is in excellent running condition and is presently winterized. Have the original Mercruiser Owner's Manual. Cabin has a V-berth, port-a-potty, and ice box. The top is showing its age. Zipper on rear curtain is ripped.|
|39532||12' Feet 1946 or 48 Larson Seaman ||Best offer |
|I pretty sure this boat is rare. I would like to get this historic find into the right hands to preserve this piece of history.|
|39530||24.6 Feet 1974 Aquasport Side Console||$18,000|
|Great boat seats 8 in comfort. New canvas cussions,mako type ride .side console opens up boat. Small forward cabin|
|39528||17 Feet 1964 Duracraft Outboard||$3,600|
|1964 Duracraft with 1965 Tee Nee trailer. Modern steering, new battery and auto bilge, recently serviced motor. Trailer has new bearings roller and bunks. |
|39524||17 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Barrel Back||$29,000|
|This Chris Craft Barrelback is one of the builder's most iconic models, recognized for its lovely proportions and barrel shaped transom. This example has been nicely restored. Fresh bottom paint and varnish were applied in the Fall of 2018. The Chris Craft K-95hp engine runs well and pushes the boat along nicely. This is a very affordable Barrelback that can be enjoyed this season!|
|39523||31 Feet 1962 Chris Craft Roamer||$20,000|
|1962 31 foot Chriss Craft Roamer with two rebuilt 327 Chevy motors complete rebuilt in 2004. 350 heads and electronic ignitons, about 400 Horse power per motor. Rebuilt water pumps in 2015. Paragon transmssions & drive shafts, CPAC system to prevent corrosion
Fire extinguisher system, Hull taken down to bare steel exterior in 2004 & painted with Emeron Epoxy paint. Interior is original from 1962 & in good shape with a head, sink, stove, & fridge. Canvis is in great shape boat is stored in a covered well.
Original wind shield, took off hard top to make it a convertible, work done by Ault boat works in 2004. Lots of nice original wood top side. New tinted glass lower cabin, replaced in 2004. Top side seats and cushions professionally reupholstered in 2004. In side hull painted with Por 15 Paint System in 2004. All the of chrome was re done in 2004. Two 50 gallon gas tanks one 50 gallon fresh water tank with hot water heater. Mast and original flag pole are in great shape. Must see it while it's out of the water to view hull, in good shape scraped painted every year
Fresh water boat has been put in the water every year since 2005.
I have more photos and receipts of the restoration work if interested|
|39522||15'0" Feet c.1950 Peterborough||$2,500|
|Late 1950's cedar strip canvas canoe, hand crafted by the Peterborough Canoe Company. LOA 15'0". Professionally restored and canvassed, sealed and painted by a canoe company in the Ottawa area in 2003. This canoe has been in dry storage since, with her maiden voyage completed August 2018.
It paddles beautifully. Selling for my son who lives in BC - the move for him is permanent and a canoe like this belongs in Ontario.
The canoe is located in Brockville, Ontario. Pick up only. Flexible with showing times.|
|39520||21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado||$6,000|
|I was on a search for my grandfathers century Coronado when I ran into this one. As it turned out the owner really needed it gone and having the disease I was in a vulnerablestate of mind. Anyways I ended up buying the boat and at this time can't see when I will have the time or money to restore it. I'll probably regret selling it. I have it stored in my garage. It needs to be restored, and does not come with trailer. I removed the interior and windshield. I can provide videos and more pictures upon request. |
|39519||16 Feet 1965 Thompson Sea Mate||$12,500|
|Manufactured by Thompson Bros. of Peshtigo, WI, one of North America’s leading pleasure craft manufacturers for over 60 years. The Sea Mate model was a well-equipped outboard model suitable for cruising, water skiing, and excellent performance in all water conditions. With its deep and beamy hull, it offered an exceptional amount of cockpit space for its size. This model was offered with vinyl deck covering as well as an upgraded varnished mahogany deck finish. Constructed of marine fir plywood over steam bent white oak ribs, these boats were very strong and often survived many decades of use. Comprehensively restored, including new bottom garboard planking, replaced ribs where necessary, new mahogany decks, new floor and Nautolex flooring material, all new wiring, new glass, and a full strip and refinish. A period correct Mercury 650, 65hp outboard was located for the boat and restored to original condition. The interior upholstery is original and in nice shape. The original bimini top is also included, but not currently mounted. A complete album of the restoration process is available! |
|39518||30 Feet 1988 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout||$45,000|
|Only 3 owners since new, all of which have been wooden boat enthusiasts. This Hacker Craft Triple has been very well kept and has less than 200 original hours of use. Current owner has has the boat since 2012 and it has been garage-kept when not in use. Complete with a cover and custom fitted tandem axle trailer. |
|39517||21 Feet 1961 Century Coronado||$6,900|
|One of the rarest Coronado models built, the 1961 featured a sleek varnished hull with painted accents, gull wing top, and a striking 2-tone red and white interior. This example bears hull #M61103, making it the 53rd Coronado produced in 61. It was originally delivered to Indiana. She is ready for a full restoration including bottom, sides, decks, and interior, but is very complete with all hardware, windshield, top, and all original gauges. The engine box features the factory equipped fiberglass air scoop, which was reserved for Cadillac and Hemi powered Coronados. Clear titlework on both boat and trailer. |
|39516||20 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Custom||$19,000|
|One of 366 Chris Craft 20' Custom Runabouts built between 1946 and 1949. With a 2-tone blond and red mahogany finish, red interior, bullnose, and shapely curved transom, this boat set the tone for many subsequent models, including the Riviera. This example is a restoration project with roughly 98% of the materials present. It is a model 47-10 with its original 130hp M engine. It was delivered new to a Mr. Russell Nelson through H.G. McKinney & Co in Wilmington, California. It was shipped out of the Algonac, MI factory on November 26, 1946. Much of the chrome work has been done, seat benches upholstered to show quality in original torch red, and sufficient material is there for the cushions and ceilings. This is a very worthy and complete project!|
|39515||22 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Custom Triple Cockpit Runabout||$79,000|
|Chris Craft built this enlarged version of the iconic barrelback between 1935 and 1939. Only 138 were made during this period and 1939 was the only year to offer the dual folding windshield configuration. She has only had 2 owners since new. Past show winner in Lake Tahoe, new bottom 3 years ago, new paint and varnish early winter 2018, only 75 hours on the Chrysler Marine 440. These 22 foot Custom Triples are exceptionally rare and this example is priced very fairly. |
|39514||16 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility||$5,000|
|This 1939 example of a Chris Craft Deluxe Utility needs a refinishing. The boat is complete except for the aft windscreen and the stern flagpole with flag. The decks seams will need some attention as well as the bottom. The boat has not seen the water in a number of years but is a good candidate for restoring it to it's original condition.|
|39513||17 Feet 1954 Shepherd 17SS Runabout||$7,500|
|This is a very rare model of Shepherd, the split cockpit 17SS runabout - one of only a few known to exist. This boat comes with all the hardware and a few extra parts. The motor is pulled apart and ready to be rebuilt. The transmission is complete all other pieces are included. Structurally solid and ready to be completed!|
|39512||36 Feet 1914 Elco Cruisette||$29,900|
|This gorgeous 1914 Elco Cruisette was originally built as an Electric Boat and has always been on Lake Champlain. The boat was commissioned for the Family who owned Button Island off Button Bay in Vergennes, Vermont and was used to transport guest to and from their summer home. The boat stayed for decades in the St. Albans area and in 1978 was purchased by our Family. The engine has now been replaced by a gas engine. After undergoing a full restoration this boat had no less than 81 ribs replaced and is in good condition. The boat has always been stored indoors and shielded from the elements and is ready for her return to Lake Champlain or to your favorite body of water.|