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30489Touchless Boat Cover SystemPlease Inquire
The Touchless Boat Cover is a new system that offers a convenient and attractive way to protect your boat from the harsh elements that lead to weathering and degradation of the finish. The Touchless Boat Cover eliminates the hassle of uncovering and re-covering your boat with traditional style mooring covers. The automated system is custom fit for each application. The Touchless system is ideal for wooden boat owners as it does not touch, chafe, or harm beautiful varnished and painted surfaces. The system consists of a heavy duty galvanized steel frame and high quality marine grade fabrics. The Touchless Boat Cover protects your investment, maximizes your time on the water, and keeps your boat looking great. Available for single and double personal watercraft and boats up to 50 feet in length. Antique Boat America is a registered dealer of The Touchless Cover and our knowledgeable staff would be pleased to help you select the appropriate system for your wooden boat.
3075813 Feet George Luce Runabout$8,500
This runabout was originally built by notable builder and racer George Luce. It has the lines of a large DeSilva runabout with several modifications and improvements. The boat has been nicely restored and is ready to hit the water with minor rigging. Engine is a Mercury Mark 78 mounted on a Merc 700 tower with Speedmaster gearfoot. The motor also sports stacks with the correct filler block. The boat has a steering wheel and throttle but the engine has not yet been rigged or run since assembly. The boat and engine may be packaged with a trailer or launch cart as desired. Package deal also available for this boat and listing #30757.
3072018'6 Feet Lindsay Sport Special Dispro$17,000
Disappearing Propeller Boats are widely known for their collectability and utilitarian nature. This Lindsay Sport Special model is a fairly luxurious model with laminated decks on both the bow and stern along with a mother-in-law seat up front. Hatch covers hide a single cylinder Caron engine, a fairly uncommon engine option. The dashboard, fittings etc appear to be all original. Decks on this boat are bright and rot free which is remarkable for its age. The ribs are in nice shape, even in the bottom of the boat. There is one small hole in the planking above the waterline that should be fixed. I'm told by a member of the Dippy Club that the keel will need to be refastened but otherwise the boat is solid and would be a great boat for the right owner.
320201958 Evinrude 10hp Outboard Motor$425
Engine was on a plycraft utility boat until hurricane Wilma made her into toothpicks. Last running October 2010. Run in fresh water only! In dry storage unit since. Includes rebuilt original gas tank, extra prop and manual.
3215916 Feet Rushton Long Laker Guide Boat$10,000
This rare Rushton Long Laker Guide Boat has been in one family for many years. The Rushton has been used sparingly in the Southern Adirondacks and on rare trips to a lake in Canada. It has its original seat rails and yoke rail. There is also one original seat frame which would need to be recanted. The middle and other rear seat are not original buy also require caning. Hull has been fiberglassed. The label is a copper shield signifying its history as a Rushton.
3621614 Feet Flat Back Skiff$5,000
A 14 foot Flat Back Skiff owned by Ralph Earl brother to George Earl who was the Governor of Pennsylvania at one time. This boat came off of Camp Bullpout on Upper St. Regis Lake. It was later sold to Raplh Burger President and Chairman of A&P. Very nice flat back skiff ready for a small outboard. 14' flat back skiff originally owned by Ralph Earle, brother to George Howard Earle, Governor of Pennsylvania. The boat was stored at Mr. Earle's Great Camp, "Camp Bullpout" on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks. Mr. Earle used the boat regularly with a small outboard motor for his boating pleasure. The boat was then acquired by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Burger. Mr. Burger was President and Chairman of the Board of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company (A&P) and would later become President/CEO of the John A. Hartford Foundation.
3647212 Feet Janz C-Class Outboard Hydroplane$5,400
A traditional "shovel nose" outboard hydroplane. This little beauty was built in the Mid-west by the well known Janz Company....powered by a fully rebuilt Mercury 30H engine, restored by outboard specialist Jim Hauer. Deck is covered in Ceconite, a special aircraft material.
3682628 Feet Aloha Sailboat$6,000
Here is a great opportunity for someone to get a terrific sailboat! Fin Keel with Skeg, 3 Sails & 1 extra, 2 Anchors, chain and rope Marine radio, Depth and Speed Log, Alcohol Stove, Docking bumpers, Sail cover, Tiller Steering, Double Life Lines, and a Custom Steel Cradle.
3703312 Feet Outboard Kit Boat$1,250
This is offered as a nice package, great trailer with a cool boat thrown in. This little step hull race inspired boat appears to be home built, probably a kit or from some other readily available plans. Well built and hull is very sound. Floor board needs replacing but not a difficult job.
29878 Feet Wanted Thompson Hiawatha or Indian Model Canoe 
WANTED: 15' Thompson Hiawatha or Indian Model Canoe. Any condition.
3007822 Feet Donzi ZX Classic$29,000
A great looking 22 Donzi Classic with a cuddy cabin. Offered with a 350 Magnum engien with silnet choice exhaust. The boat has a snap in carpet, low hours and is in mint condition in every way. The boat has alwasy been used in fresh water, stored indoors and is ready to go to the water.
2886318 Feet Ron Jones S-Class Hydroplane$34,900
This is the famous Ron Jones "S" boat the "Gulf Special". Complete restoration in 2007 by John Jenkins. Has run on "Fantasy of Flight" & Dayton Test Day in 2009. Fresh Pinto engine built by Eddie Flora. A ready to go Vintage Racer with a great history. If you are looking for a turn-key inboard Hydroplane, this Jones hull will not disappoint. She has been restored to be a reliable, consistent runner.
2939716 Feet AMF Bandit Sailboat$1,000
AMF sailboat with Spinnaker sail, good shape. Comes with a tilting EZ loader trailer and a rigging manual to get out on the water!
285451 Feet Evinrude Outboard Motor$1,100
This is an original U.S. Navy issued Evinrude 9.7hp longshaft outboard engine. Never has been run, shipped in original large duffle bag that has suffered from "mouse damage" over the years. All decals are intact as can be seen in the photos. This is a true collectors engine..."one of a kind".
2861025 Feet Rosborough Boats RF-246 Sedan Cruiser$97,500 
This sedan cruiser is constructed for usability and versatility. The accommodation areas allow for spacious cruising or living aboard operation. The helm/control area offers adequate space for navigation and electronics as well as excellent visibility. The main cabin provides a full 6'5 of head room. The galley is complete with a propane stove, sink, hot/cold water, fridge, storage, and a large counter top. Constructed of the finest materials, the RF-246 model ensures minimum maintenance and maximum longevity. The Atlantic sea hull design incorporates many of the best features of several East Coast designs.
3735710 Feet Indigenous Birch Bark Canoe$8,000
Beautifully hand crafted in Quebec. Excellent condition. Always stored indoors. Only water tested. 10ft Perfect for home, cottage, cabin or chalet decor. A beautiful show piece.
3739617 Feet Wykes Dory Outboard$7,500
Hand built and custom designed by Wkyes Boat Works this 19 foot Dory Outboard has forward steering and a 30 HP Yamaha Outboard engine. Accented with a gorgeous deck this boat offers 3 rows and comes complete with oars. Always used since new on the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River. Boat is always stored indoors and in very good overall condition.
3836214' Feet Duo$3,750
Needs a little TLC or use as-is, mid 1960s or earlier Duo Vintage Aluminum Runabout Ski Boat With Trailer, Johnson 40 HP Outboard Engine in running condition but needs internal impeller for pump. Tires may need replacing. All steering cables appear intact, original ignition key included, no seats.
38430 Feet Gray Marine 6 Model 109 Engine$1,750
Freshly rebuilt Gray Marine 109 6-cylinder engine. This motor had a complete rebuild --$3,900-- in 2009 for a Lyman project which never materialized. Engine was painted, timed and run recently and is drop-in ready! We are clearing space in the shop, ready to let it go.
38468Gray Marine Model 225 Phantom Engine$5,000
Ready for rebuild and return to the water in a Century, Lyman or any other mid-size utility or runabout. Comes with all major parts including transmission and a wood dolly on casters.
2859718 Feet 1993 D. F Wilmes Replica Launch$29,000
This was built by D. F Wilmes, Father and Son Craftsman. This boat was built for a Violinist of The Metropolitan Opera Company. The boat is in excellent condition and has 'class'.
3767617' Feet pre-1920's Mullins Row Boat $2,000
Ready to be restored to its former beauty is a pre-1920's vintage row boat believed to be made by W. H. Mullins Co. This boat was made with a steel hull over a wooden frame structure. It is in fair condition but very capable of being restored. The Mullins Co.was once the world's largest manufacturer of steel and wood boats. From 1894-1934, Mullins made more than 100,000 boats at their Salem, Ohio factory.
382551952 18 Feet Century Resorter$13,000
This is a nicely restored 1952 Century Resorter, built in Manistee, MI. All mahogany construction and rebuilt with a no-soak 5200 bottom. Powered with its original 130hp Gray Marine 6 cylinder engine. Nice interior and finish. Complete with a cockpit tonneau cover and tandem axle Shorelander trailer.
2806516 Feet 1800's Adirondack Guideboat$5,500
Unknown builder of this boat that is estimated to be in the mid 1800's. A very typical Adirondack Guide Boat of that period with a straight stem and gently sheer. This is a boat that has very little known about it...but is obvious to have had a long and storied history in Northern New York.
29557 Feet 1870 Dan Herald Canoe, Ontario Canada$30,000
Only 8 canoe's of this type in existence. Dan Harold built canoes from about 1869-1889. The reason his boats were so unique is that the outside bottom of the boat only consists of 6 cedar boards. On the inside he laid a lead soaked cloth on the wood and put down cedar strips side by side (similar to hardwood floors). There is another boat like this one is the Canada science and technology museum, this is a very rare canoe.
3797117 Feet 1870 Adirondack Guideboat$2,500
In the late 19th Century and early 20th Century, these Guideboats were commonplace throughout the Adirondack region of New York. Light and nimble; ideal for fishing, trapping, and scouting new areas. This boat is from the Saranac Lake, NY area from the 1870's and possibly built by F. W. Rice as researched by Dr. Stephen Sulavik, noted guideboat historian. She was restored in the early 1990's, but needs to be refreshed to be water-ready again. It has seats, a full length one piece cherry floor board, and a set of 8' Shaw & Tenney reproduction oars.
3838120 Feet circa 1890 St. Lawrence Skiff$2,700
Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a true St. Lawrence Sailing Skiff with mast and boom. Some interesting features make this gorgeous boat stand out such from other skiffs such as a retractable center board and bronze mast clamp. The mast clamp makes setting the mast a simple tilt up rather than lifting which is unfriendly to the back and risks capsizing. This skiff was restored by Milt Carnegie of the 1000 Islands in the late 70's who was considered to be one of the best skiff restorers in the area. Today it is essentially a new boat and needs only varnishing and painting before putting it back in the water. Because of it's age and design it should be a good boat show entrant and is a very worthy candidate for a simple restoration project.
3711814 Feet 1890's American Built Birch Bark Canoe$6,000
This is a traditional Indian made American birch bark canoe belived to be made in the 1890's. The canoe was built in the St. Lawrence County of New York near Watertown, New York. The owner bought the canoe at an Auction about six years ago. It is in good solid shape and appears to have had an old repair done on the bow. These boats are extremely hard to find in original condition and especially ones which have ben made using the traditional methods. Weighs only about 55 Lbs
3680714 Feet 1890's Traditional Indian Birch Bark Canoe$6,000
Traditional Indian Made Birch Bark canoe which is estimate to have been built on the late 1890's. It has been in a private collection for many years and amongst an extensive Adirondack collection. The boat is correct, true and original weighing 55 Lbs, 14 feet in length and 40 inches in the beam. It would make a fantastic addition to any collection.
3727921 Feet 1895 Gas Engine & Power Company Launch$59,000
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!
3735036 Feet 1897 Davis Glass Cabin Launch$400,000
This pre-1900 Davis Glass Cabin Launch has been comprehensively restored and wonderfully maintained. Built by Davis Dry Dock of Kingston, Ontario. Very few of these early luxury launches survived over the years and only 2 Davis launches are known to exist today. This example has an interesting history as she was built for Hiram Walker, of the distillery fame. The boat went through a 20,000+ hour restoration and is immaculate. Originally steam powered; she has been repowered with a reliable Chrysler Crown engine. Stunning white-oak cabinetry throughout, she represents the height of luxury cruising during this time period. Plush leather upholstery and polished brass surround you in its enclosed cabin. This is a wonderful boat for entertaining and can accommodate up to 30 passengers in any weather!
2911017 Feet 1897 Robertson-Arnold Canoe$5,500
2863016 Feet 1900 Theodore Hamner Adirondack Guideboat$7,500
This is an original Theodore Hamner Adirondack guideboat. It has always been kept up, and has been recently restored. Complete and ready to row.
3057416'5 Feet 1900 Adirondack Guide Boat$4,495
This is a very typical Adirondack Guideboat that has many of the features of boats produced in the early 1900's in Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake and that section of the Adirondacks in New York State. The condition of the boat is excellent as you can see from the photos...and if only the boat could talk I am sure we would hear some great stories. This boat has been refinished, not restored and is a pleasure to look at and I am sure to row effortlessly on your lake or river.
3745610 Feet 1900 Birch Bark Canoe$10,000
A historic birch bark canoe. These lightweight, wide, and short primitive canoes are exceptionally nimble and easy for one person to portage. They were ideal for trapping, fishing, and short distance travel with a small amount of gear. This is a beautifully preserved display piece that will make a great addition to your cabin or camp!
3151116' Feet 1900's Rushton Skiff$9,900
Fully restored and re-canvased guideboat (guide boat). Originally from the Adirondack Great Hotel: Wood's Inn in Inlet NY, 16' w/ oars. dark blue, light blue interior
31310-- Feet 1900-1906 Wanted Lozier 2-7 HPWanted 
I am located in Warren, Maine and am looking for a Lozier marine engine (or boat) wanted dead or alive, to power a rebuilt launch. possible trade: 1904 Lockwood-Ash 4HP working condition. Made in Jackson, Michigan
3679117 Feet 1900-1920 J.R. Robertson Canoe$4,000
This is a meticulously restored antique wooden canoe built by the Robertson Canoe Company of Massachusetts over a century ago. It is in great shape and was restored over the course of 8 months by the Housatonic Canoe Shop of central New York. The canoe is structurally sound as well as completely refinished. The old wood glows under several built up coats of high grade marine varnish, and little details like mahogany thwarts and hand caned seats really set this classic apart in terms of looks and style. While durable and fully functional, this canoe would also make a great decoration piece in a home, cabin, or restaurant. One thing is for certain, this canoe is bound to turn heads no matter where you take her.
2715818 Feet 1901 Anderson Salmon Pond Rowing SkiffMake an Offer
This boat was built in Bangor Maine in 1901 by Karl Anderson (originally from Norway) for salmon pond fishing on the Penobscot River, home to the nation's first salmon club, once nationally known for its tradition of sending the first salmon caught each year to the U.S. President. In 1912, Karl caught the first salmon sent to President William H. Taft in this boat. He built about a hundred of them but as far as anyone knows, this is the only surviving one. Canvas covered and painted, it was designed and built for fishing and has oars but can also be paddled like a canoe. It last saw service around 1940 on Moosehead lake by Karl's grandson. This boat, with it's great history, is a one-of-a-kind piece of Maine and American history.
3650926 Feet 1902 Lozier Launch$23,900
This boat was acquired in 1955 from the original owners. The boat then in storage through to the 1980's when it was put in the water and used for a few years. The boat has all of its original hardware including the Lozier name plate, but is deserving of a full restoration for one of the few remaining Lozier Launches.
3076621 Feet 1902 Lozier Launch$29,000
This historic Lozier launch was purchase by Dr. Harold Clark in 1903 as demo on Toronto Bay, then she was shipped to his new cottage on Lake Muskoka. She has remained in the same family since new and has been in use every year except 2007 when the boat underwent some woodwork and restoration. Makalika has exquisite lines and is one of few remaining launches of this era. This is a great opportunity to own a beautiful launch with a known history!
3026917'6 Feet 1903 Rowing Skiff$3,500
This boat was purchased in 1903 by a Mr. Loggie who has long since passed away. I bought thye boat in the 1970's and had it retsorede by a well known boat builder by the name of Philias Jimmo in the early 1970's and it is still in excellent condition today. While the boat appears to be of unknown origin it has been reviewed by people such as R. J . Cunningham the author of ship building in Atlantic Canada and the Chatham Museum.
3721570 Feet 1903 Polson Iron Works$850,000
This Polson Iron Works Launch was built in 1903 for Mr. Alexander McKenzie. Since then it has been a well recognized feature on the Muskoka Lakes. The boat has been well maintained for many years by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats and is supported by a recent survey. The boat is powered by a 170 HP Diesel engine which cam propel the boat up to 12MPH. The boat unquestionably is one of the most stately boats today in the Classic boat world and recently was equipped with bow thrusters to make docking a breeze for a boat of this size.
3095612 Feet 1903-1905 Lark Sailing Scow$3,500
Very rare Lark sailing scow believed to be #4 in the Rochester Sailing Club fleet from the early 1910's. Would be a great historic restoration project.
2991118 Feet 1904 Fay & Bowen Designed Launch$9,900
This is a very nice launch with a design taken from Fay & Bowen. It runs very well and is in excellent condition. The boat is a Multiple show winner. It has the original canopy with early photos showing the canopy up. The boat has a rich history and is accompanied with a lot of early info from previous owners & receipts. To add to it's history the owner has passes to the Erie Canal for passage of this boat in 1912 & 1916. Only 900 of these boats were ever made. This boat was run for many years but recently was retired to being a trailer queen since it was a multiple award winner.
2714818 Feet 1905 Chestnut Canoe Co. Inboard$60,000
This is a rare multiple award winning, antique cedar strip, double planked, canvas covered, skiff. Custom built by the Chestnut Canoe Company in Fredericton, New Brunswick. This piece of St. Lawrence River history has been beautifully restored. The boat runs on the original motor, and the owners have installed an optional electric start. It has the original cedar strip.
2842126 Feet 1905 Fay & Bowen Torpedo Stern Launch$195,000
A gorgeous and very rare Fay & Bowen Launch with a a torpedo stern. This boat is pristine condition, circa 1905. Rare and collectible Fay & Bowen 26' family launch. Recently restored in Muskoka to her original glory. Has won awards at virtually every show she has attended since restoration.
3132842 Feet 1905 Carl Gustaf Pettersson Motor Yacht$138,000
M/Y Nordstjernan(Northen Star)is a beautiful salon boat in Honduras mahogany, built by the legendary Swedish boat constructor C.G Pettersson. NS is the oldest motor yacht in Sweden, safe and sound in good condition and many original features. The boat is unique and antique, registered in the Motor Yacht Society and has received numerous awards, including MYS Walk Bollards. NS has also been exhibited at the Stockholm international Boat Fair 2005 100-year anniversary)and has been featured in a number of boating magazines and the general press. The boat is well documented. The present home port of NS is in central Stockholm. The boat has about 18 comfortable seats for passengers. The boat has been inspected by one of Sweden's foremost expert on wooden boats and is found to be in solid condition with no objections. Boat will be launched this year.
3651424 Feet 1905 Lozier Launch$9,900
This very rare Lozier Launch was acquired from a Family in Saranac Lake, New York who owned the boat for many years. It is a very original example of a Lozier Launch with few examples remaining ion this length. All hardware is with the boat but it will require a well deserved restoration.
36518Lozier 3HP Engine$4,900
A very rare Lozier engine last run in 2000 and stored away properly. Great piece for any collection.
36521Lozier 5 HP Engine$5,900
A very rare 5 HP Lozier Engine with all of the markings and name plate confirming as such. A great piece for your launch or collection.
3747121 Feet 1905 Fay & Bowen Launch $34,000
This Fay & Bowen has had the same owner since 1980 repowerd in 1994 very few hours. alway maintained stored in doors.
3677517.5 Feet 1905-1908 St Lawrence Rowing Skiff$7,500
Skiff comes from my island on the St. Lawrence. Has been displayed in my living room for the past 32 years. Just sold the camp and want someone to enjoy it as much as I did!
3050625 Feet 1906 Speedway Launch$36,000
Built by Gas Engine & Power Company and Charles L. Seabury & Company Consolidated in Morris Heights, New York City. Year is estimated to be around 1906. Powered by the original and rebuilt 2 cylinder Speedway A-151 engine. Beam is 6 feet and a draft of 2 feet. Recorded by Mystic Seaport.
2924626 Feet 1906 Charles H Wilbur Launch$39,000
Built by Charles H Wilbur he was part of the shop known as Wilbur and Wheelock of Clayton, NY. There is no nameplate other than the engine plate which is on a 1916 Ford Model "T". The serial no on the engine is 21 which may refer to the year converted by the St Lawrence marine Co. The engine was rebuilt by a restorer in Iowa who has rebuilt hundreds of model A's, B's and T's. The hull has been faired using cedar strips and epoxies with West System. The area along the keel however has not and it takes several days to soak up. The launch has been adapted to 8V power for the bilge and period lighting. The fuel tank has been cleaned and lined. The seating was non-existent when I purchased the boat, so the layout was adapted from observing other launches and built to fit the hull.
3708552 Feet 1907 Davis Dry Dock Glass Cabin Launch$395,000
The Davis Dry Company was a boat builder based in Kingston, Ontario. Only a very few examples of these boast remain to this day. She made her way to the Muskoka Lakes region where she has remained to this day. During that time the boat has remained under good care, being stored indoors at all times and seen regular work to keep her in very good overall condition. This outstanding piece is now available for sale and would survey out well by an interested buyer.
3216225 Feet 1907 Fay & Bowen$52,000
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.
3076224 Feet 1907 Joe Walters Launch$47,900
Being offered for sale is a 24 foot 1907 Launch built by John Walters, known as the "Edmonton Boat Builder" who built large steam boats used in the northern rivers. He became prominent in the Edmonton business community, eventually having a museum named after him. "Otter" was built for the Bow River Boat House at the world famous Banff Springs Hotel. "Otter" is a classic displacement laucnh with carvel planked cypress on oak faming. She has an attractive and now rare drake tail stern and very closely resembles some of the early Fay & Bowen launches as well as designs used by Gidley and Ditchburn. She is powered by a 4 cylinder Kermath engine, complete with the original operators manual. Complete with all original hardware, Otter is now ready for restoration.
3121325 Feet 1907 Fay & Bowen Launch$119,900
AIDA II, one of the most photographed and documented launches of the pre-1920 era, was built by the Fay & Bowen Engine Company in Geneva, New York in 1907 and originally shipped to nearby Tupper Lake. AIDA II is a 25-foot “torpedo stern family launch” boat, one of a few hundred the company built between 1905 and 1920. In 2005, it under went a total restoration. Well over 1000 man hours have gone into bringing it to “as new” condition. While the hull and most of the seating is original, many of the ribs have been replaced and the decks replanked with a combination of white oak and mahogany, as originally had been done in 1907. The majority of the hardware is original to the boat. Custom built trailer and canopy are included.
28435 Feet 1908 Rushton Indian Girl Canoe$4,200
J. Henry Rushton built his first canoe in 1873 and by 1876 his canoes received honorable mention in Forest and Stream magazine. By the 1880's his canoes were found at world's fairs and expos. After 1900, the mainstay of the Rushton Boat Shop were the Indian Girl models. A record or 750 Indian Girl's were made in 1906 but very few remain to this day. This canoe is a very rare and sought after RUSHTON Indian Girl Canoe. This boat has resided in the same family for it's entire life and has always been stored indoors. The boat and all of it's wood are complete and solid.
3840335 Feet 1908 Leyare Launch $7,500
The Leyare launch is a rare racing model. While its specific history is unknown, this launch closely resembles other famous Gold Cup racers PDQ, Pirate and Standard. In need of a complete restoration, this launch would be a candidate for a six cylinder T-hear engine or modern electric power.
3143828 Feet 1909 Goodhue & Hawkins Launch$30,000
This rare Goodhue and Hawkins Launch has a rich history in the State of New Hampshire. It is beautifully supported by a 2013 custom made trailer with electric brakes and wooden bunks. It also has a new fuel tank and a newer Gray marine 25 HP engine with a 12 volt ignition and a new mooring cover. The bottom has been re-done with a 3M solution, epiphanes finish and refastened. This elegant boat needs nothing and is one of the very few boats still in existence by this prestigious builder.
3609316 feet Feet 1909-1919 Lakefield Canoe$2,000
Cedar canoe needs restoring Lakefield, Ontario Has original manufacturers label "Lakefield Boat and Manufacturing"
3172217'9 Feet 1910 Shipyard Launch$9,000
The Amelia was built in the Bay of Quinte area, in 1910. Cedar launch with beautiful lines, side steer, water cooled, 1 cylinder Fairbanks Morse Marine engine. Restored in the 1970's. Seats 5. Includes a custom trailer and canopy roof frame. Gas tank is a reproduction and wiring and water hoses are from the restoration.
2648918 Feet 1910 Mullins Leader Launch$4,700
This 1910 Mullins Leader launch was originally used in Northern Indiana as a rental boat from Mock's Marina. It was completely restored in 1966 and the current owner has original letters from the owner to the Mullins factory during the restoration. It is powered by the original Detroit Single cylinder 1.5 hp engine that was rebuilt during the time of restoration. The engine has a reverse gear, which was an odd convenience at the time. This is a tin hulled boat with oak decks and trim.
3054516 Feet 1910 Rowing Skiff$3,995
A very interesting and beautiful English rowing skiff with a wineglass transom. This boat is believed to be circa 1910 and was used as a rental row boat in the U.K. With the boat came a strapping oarsman to leisurely row you about the rivers of your city. With the handsome hand wrought hardware on the seat...this boat must have made a wonderful sight on the River Thames at the turn of the century. Brass oarlocks and her livery number still exist on the boat. This is certainly a nice find for you that are looking for a "one of a kind" rowing skiff to use on your lake or river. Everything is in beautiful restored condition and has to be seen to be appreciated.
3057316 Feet 1910 Mullins Sheet Metal Co. Rowing Skiff$1,600
The Mullins Sheet Metal Company was originally in the business of creating decorative plates for stoves and other metal appliances of the early twentieth century. Then out of necessity for business the owner decided to make himself a rowing skiff out of metal. The birth of the Mullins steel boat is the result and this is a prime example of that craft. Some dings and dents exist of course in the metal skin, but the boat is remarkably original and very pleasant to look at. Steel over a wooden frame and solid in every way. A unique classic boat that would serve very well as a daily user and create some comments at the dock.
3147016 Feet 1910-1920 Malecite River Canoe$8,500
This rare Birch Bark Canoe was made by native Indians of the St. Lawrence River region. It has been offered out of a collector with an extensive Adirondack collection. The canoe is in good overall condition given its age and will make a welcome addition to any collection.
3056818 Feet 1911 Old Town Canoe$3,495
According to the build sheet provided by Old Town, this canoe is a 1911, Model IF delivered to Purvis Brothers in Sudbury, Ontario on March 16, 1912. It was originally slate grey in color. It is built of white cedar planking with spruce decks and gunwales. This beautiful restoration is ready for you to use daily or proudly display in your cottage. Wood is solid, canvas is tight, paint is new. This model sold for $35 in 1912 and was considered a very high quality boat. If you have always wanted a "cherry" Old Town canoe, take a look at this boat.
3793221 Feet 1911 St Lawrence Power Skiff$35,000
This is a 1911 St. Lawrence Power Skiff. The skiff is 21 foot long and 4 foot at its widest point. If you have heard about the skiff, it is the Angeline. The skiff has been completely restored and scored 99 points at the Clayton NY Boat Show. The skiff comes with the custom built trailer. It has a 2 cylinder Callie motor. The skiff is beautiful with lots of brass. Delivery is available but is not included in the sale price. This is a great piece of history and is perfectly restored. Please review the photos for the excellent detail taken on the restoration of this skiff.
3765816 Feet 1911 Theodore Hanmer Flat Back Adirondack Guide Boat $20,000
A very early Theodore Hanmer Adirondack Guide Boat. This is a flat back guide and one of only 3 built at that time. She was owned by a Family that lived on Skunk Misery Road in Oyster Bay and was last sold in 1965. She is made out of pine and is feather light. She has a yoke to portage and 2 sets of oar loacks for rowing from either end. The boat is in perfect condition except for a tiny chip in the floor. Not bad for a boat that is 105 years old. The cane seats and oars are in perfect condition. It has spent the last few years as a handing display in a private home in the 1000 Islands.
3825726 Feet 1912 Fay & Bowen Launch $90,000
This 26 Foot Special Wide Launch is one of the finest examples of a restored Fay & Bowen. All of the hardware is triple, plated brass including the shaft, strut, rudder, prop and exhaust. The original engine was removed long ago and replaced with a 45 HP Grey Marine 4 cylinder phaeton engine, which was totally rebuilt. Because of the weight reduction the boat now rides a little higher and dryer. The original gas tank was replaced with a new aluminum tank. The boat has 17 coats of varnish which completes the look.
2775817 Feet 1912 Old Town Canoe$2,500
A lovely and fine example of an early Old Town Canoe with the original numbers stamped in the hull and the original build order from Old Town. Accompanying the Old Town is a book on Old Town Canoes. These boats are fast becoming highly collectible because of their small production numbers and many times will end up adorning a boat house, great room or suspended from a ceiling as a conversation piece or artifact from a period gone by. Be the one to own this great boat and own a small piece of history.
2784918 Feet 1912 Old Town Canoe$3,500
This is a gorgeous little Old Town Canoe made in 1912. It has been professionally restored by an Old Town Canoe dealer and the boat has won numerous awards at Antique and Classic Boat Shows. This boat can be a show winner or a decorative item in your boat house or home. Having the trailer offerd with this as a package will allow you to be flexible with what you can do with it. The owner will consider a sale without the trailer vas well.
3133826 Feet 1912 L.E. Fry Launch$27,800
L.E. Fry was a small builder in Clayton, New York. This 1000 Islands builder built very good boats but very few were built and even fewer remain to this day. This boat is in excellent condition and comes complete with a full package of documentation to support its rich history in the 1000 Islands. The boat needs nothing. It does not have a trailer but delivery can be arranged.
3646330 Feet Gilbert Long Deck Launch$35,000
Gilbert Boats were built in Brockville, Ontario along the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Because of a warehouse fire at the factory, many of these boats are no longer around. This 30 footer is in good overall condition. It does have the original bottom, which will need attention.
38419ca. 1912 Sterling B-3 Engine$5,000
The Sterling Engine Company of Buffalo, NY built very high quality marine engines during the first half of the 20th Century. While few exist today, this Model B-3 appears complete and rotates freely, making it a good candidate for restoration for display or use in your early launch. The exhaust manifold will need a welding repair but all other parts of the engine appear sound.
3844323 Feet 1913 Custom Launch$25,000
Built by M. J. McHale in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1913, this very cool Launch is made of galvanized steel. The interior is made of oak and has been in one family since new in 1913. It has been appreciated for many years but is no longer fitting into our plans. The boat does require some TLC which include fresh cosmetics, general cleaning and painting. The boat does come with a solid trailer in great condition to bring it to it's new home.
3691726 Feet 1913 Matthews Launch$149,900
This is a beautiful launch that has been fully restored and has a very rich history. This boat is the oldest Matthews know to exist according to Matthews records. Seller is the 3rd owner who has all the history on the boat since new. It was used to shuttle 4 to 5 different president's of the USA back and forth to a private island. The windshield is not on the boat but comes with it. The engine and top frame are original to the boat. The boat is professionally restored, always boat house kept, and comes with a tandem trailer. Very original boat and a great addition to any collection.
3112730 Feet 1913 Johnson Laker$24,000
You are looking at a lovely Johnson Laket built in Lakeport, N.H. In 1920 she was repowered by a Gray Marine 4 Cylinder 25HP engine. Her design is typical of the days when the narrow design did not require much power unlike the later "planing hulls". The boat worked as a charter fishing boat for years. lived in a boat house it's whole life. Lately she has been used as a stately smooth riding boat amongst the choppy waters of Squam Lake. There are very few of these boats still in existence and were very well built albeit in small numbers. The bottom is sound and original. Varnish work is being done to refresh the boat in 2012 and the boat has been in use every season and is ready for the water next season.
3021716 Feet 1913 Lakefield Canoe Co. Torpedo$3,500
One of the real classic Canoes in the history of Ontario. This 16 ft Cedar strip Lakefield canoe was made in Lakefield, Ontario in the early 1900's. Trim lines and a low profile make foe a very fast canoe. Covered, 1990, with a very light and transparent fiberglass coat means no "soaking up" is required to make it watertight with no loss of visual appeal. Note the unusual architecture of the front and rear decks. Thought to be the "Torpedo" model . Excellent condition as an heirloom and as a fully functional and usable canoe.
292004 Feet 1914 Palmer Brothers S-1 engine$4,690
Palmer Brothers S-1, 1914, inboard, single cylinder, 2 cycle, gasoline marine engine. In excellent condition. No missing parts, cracks or welds. Never restored, fresh water cooled with eccentric driven water pump. Superb bronze "make and break" low tension ignition. Has good compression, runs. This is one of only a very few Palmer S-1 in our galaxy. Might consider a "code" steam boiler as possible partial trade.
2883716 Feet 1915 B.N. Morris Model A, Type 1 Canoe$5,000
17 B.N. Morris Model A Type 1 circa 1915 SN 14175. Replaced 5 ribs and about 20ft of planking, 5 coats of gloss varnish on the inside, new canvas, filler, paint and fresh caned seats has floor boards. White cedar ribs and planking, White spruce closed rails, mahogany decks, thwarts and seat frames, brass flag holder in each deck. Morris was arguably the finest builder of wood and canvas canoes in the United States. He used only the highest quality materials and coupled them with superb craftsmanship. He produced canoes from about 1887 to 1920 when fire consumed his shop. This is a nice example of his work.
2982220 Feet 1915 E. M White Motor Launch$25,000
This gorgeous E. M White canoe pre dates the purchase of the company by the Old Town Canoe Company. This boat has been restored and re-canvassed. The hardware is original and freshly nickel plated. The acorn gas cap is polished brass and the boat is offered with 4 original chairs. The Dubrie is the correct engine for the boat and is in a crate. It runs well and strong and has the original copper gas tank in place.
3088021 Feet 1915 Aeolis Boat Works, Fantail Launch$25,000
The boat was built by the late Bill Grunwald (Aeolis Boat Works) in Davenport, CA in the early 80's, off an old hull. The Easthope engine is a factory rebuild, originally from the late 20's. The engine and boat runs and drives great, and easy to start by hand.
3059316 Feet 1915 Adirondack 'Church Boat'$2,500
This boat is early 1900's and is known as an "Adirondack Church Boat" apparently for the ability to place an outboard engine on the transom instead of rowing to church. Same hull design as guide boat, except for square transom. Deck, front and rear have been replaced and could be better done (not done as original). This is a very unique boat of both design and ability. A perfect small Adirondack lake boat in very good condition. More photos available on request.
3678022 Feet 1915 Brooks Longdeck Launch $19,900
Rare, beautiful longdeck 1915 Brooks 22-ft launch ready to cruise or compete in any boat show. "Camille" has been lightly used and shown in 1000 Islands and Fingerlakes by current owners. Many upgrades since since she was completely restored by Chris Mattoon of Berkshire Wooden Boat Works include new windshield, beautifully built floors and seating, with brightwork and fittings upgraded. Universal 4-cyl 25-hp engine in excellent condition. Custom trailer excellent, with disc brakes. Covers included. This is an outstanding boat.
3841525 Feet 1914 Hacker Design Race Boat $29,900
Naomi is a 1915 Hacker/Shoemaker gentleman's racer. Reported to be a John Hacker design and built by her original owner, Mr. Shoemaker, at Essex Shipyard on Lake Champlain, Naomi was used for racing, pleasure and smuggling from 1915 through World War II. There are records of her racing at Burlington, VT in 1916. The hull design foreshadows the famous John Hacker Miss APBA design of 1922. Naomi retains her original 1914 Van Blerck T-Head, 575 c.i. racing engine delivering 1400 RPM driving her at 32 MPH. Her original hardware and Hyde 18 X 28 propeller are still with the boat. Naomi has not been run since World War II and is in need of a total restoration. This is a rare opportunity to own a significant, early gentleman's racer with a known history.
3810916 Feet 1915 Mace Eaton$9,900
Traditional Peapod working boat, tender, great rowing, carry crew and gear, recently restored at Woodenboat School. Located in Little Deer Isle.
3817125 Feet 1915 Speedway Speedabout Launch$30,000
One of only 22 ever built; this boat is a remarkable piece of history. In their day, Speedways were well known for being keen, comfortable and luxurious. With max speeds of 18 mph and seating for six, Speedways were also known for having exceptionally low operating costs and being easy to handle. 'Miami" has been in the hands of the same owner for the past 25 years and has won many awards at various boat shows, the most recent being in 2015, at the annual Antique Boat Show in Clayton, NY where she won the Walter J. Kincaid Memorial Award for 'Outstanding Preserved Historic Launch.” A rebuilt Chris Craft Model B engine was installed in boat approximately 5 years ago.
3775617 Feet 1915 B.N. Morris Canoe $4,800
A beautifully restored, historic canoe. 1915 construction based on serial #12685. New canvas and filler and Epifanes Mono-Urethane finish. All wood stripped and re-stained since all original wood had been stained. Original mahogany inwales and outwales. Seats have been hand-caned. Retained all original parts where possible. Three ribs have been replaced along with one back-repair.
379951915 16 Feet W. J. Johnston Skiff$6,000
One of the first if not the first boat builders in Muskoka was Uncle Billy Johnston. Certainly he was the first in Port Carling and established a network of boat liveries that rivaled only that of Ditchburn. By the late 1800's William Johnston Sr. was building rowboats and skiffs in Port Carling, Ontario and had established additional liveries in Windermere and Port Carling. Building skiffs was one of the most popular models made by Johnston although today they are impossible to find. This skiff is a superb example of Johnston's work and Canadian craftsmanship. It is nicely varnished and in solid condition overall. It is ready to go back into the water, into a Museum or for use as a display piece. In 1916 Johnston collaborated with Edwin Rogers on a mechanical device which would lift the propeller up into the housing of the hull of the boat which became the Disappearing Propeller Company.
3744316 Feet 1915 F.H. Darrow Portable Rowboat$3,900
Steel manufacturing was quite an industry in the early 1900's, and manufacturers such as Mullins and F.H. Darrow took advantage of the growing market for watercraft and began to build marketable boats. F.H. Darrow Steel Boat Manufacturing Co. built this portable rowboat around 1915 when trailers were uncommon and the automobile was quickly gaining in popularity. They developed an ingenious design where a 16' rowboat could be broken down into 3 independent segments, nested one inside the other, and mounted on the running board of a car! Not only is the boat easily portable; each section can float independently. This design is very unique and represents an era when the concept of travel by road took off! She has been nicely restored and is complete with oars. Full documentation available.
3799117 Feet 1916 B. N. Morris Canoe$5,900
For sale is a very rare 1915 B. N. Morris 17 Foot long deck Courting Canoe. The canoe has a 4 foot original mahogany deck, trim and thwarts. Only three of the 4 foot mahogany decked canoes are known to exist in the Morris data base. The B.N Morris decal on combing is hand lettered/painted. It comes complete with a 49 star America flag, New York Canoe Association Burgee, B. N. Morris oak canoe seat, throw pillows , Antique paddle, antique Japanese umbrella and floor carpet. A full documented file of the restoration is also included. Hull number is available.
3663125 Feet 1916 Fay & Bowen Special Launch$84,900
Very nice original Launch. It went through a full restoration in 1989 and has been exceptional taken care of since. Comes with 2 Wicker chairs. Engine went through full rebuild in 2009. This is a solid boat and a great piece of history.
2900329'6 Feet 1916 Louis Esteses Launch$75,000
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.
29077 Feet 1916 Kermath R32 Engine$1,500
Had engine running 20 years ago. Has been stored indoors. Engine replaced a steam engine in a 32 ft fan tailed launch in the Muskokas. Can find boats name if needed. Motor complete. Electric start and generator. Distributor ignition.
2760323 Feet 1916 James Basset Motor Skiff$17,500
This launch has been completely restored and is powered by a 4-cylinder Sterling engine. The keel, some bottom planks, and the ribs were replaced in the late 1980's.
2870417 Feet 1916 Old Town Charles River Canoe$1,200
My father, the 2nd owner, bought this canoe in 1941. Original wooden frame and decking are in good shape. Recanvased ~1960. Seats need to be re-caned. Seaworthy and ready for an outing. Two paddes and PFDs included. Serial #38218. Located near Warren, PA.
2775524 Feet 1917 Mullins Launch$89,000
This is a rare Launch produced by the Mullins manufacturing Corp of Salem Ohio. Mullins originally produced decorative pressed steel items and got into boat manufacturing in the 1890's. At one time they were one of the largest producers of boats. Very few of these boats are known to exist and this launch is one of only two known of this size. The more familiar Sea Eagle was the last of the line produced in the early 1930's. This boat has been in the same family since nearly new and is very original with the exception of the unusual Ford Flat head V-8 conversion which was done in the 60's. The decks are Oak and the hull is riveted and solderewd galvanized steel. The hull has built in flotation tanks as Mullins were advertised as "unsinkable".
2688017 Feet 1917 Old Town Canoe$5,000
Two time Clayton Boat Show winner several years ago but still is fabulous. A minor wet sand and light fill coat with new paint would make her beautiful again. There are NO cracks in the canvas! Included is a full storage sleeve, storage cradle, all plaques and awards and a collection of a period picnic basket and original bill of lading.
2590021 Feet 1918 Hacker Gentleman's Racer$100,000
This boat is made of all white cedar and has a windshiled behind the rear engine cockpit. White sides with decks and bottom is glassed. A great boat with terrific history.
2774827 Feet 1918 Fay & Bowen Launch$75,000
This is an excellent example of Finger Lakes builder Fay & Bowen. Bearing Hull # 588 it is very original and in great shape. The decks are new, but it is believed that the rest of the boat is all original including the bottom. It has the original Fay & Bowen model LC-41 engine which has 27 HP and will move the boat along smoothly. The engine has been rebuilt and is richly detailed and in show condition. The boat needs some very minor cosmetic work but the chrome is all excellent as is the interior and the guages.
3663859 Feet 1918 F.D Lawley Yacht$375,000
This Lawley Wooden Motor Yacht has undergone significant upgrading in the last four years. It has striking lines offering a canoe stern. The interior is simple, classic and largely original with elegant touches and fixtures. The boat was at one time the Committee Boat for the New York City Yacht Club. The interior of this boat is panoramic and nicely appointed in every way. A full electronics package is equipped on the boat as well as navigational gear, generators and inverter. The condition overall in a recent survey grades this boat as excellent in amazing shape for its age.
3796130 Feet 1918 Ditchburn Launch$325,000
This early example of a Ditchburn Launch was built in Gravenhurst over the Winter of 1918. She was first used a Family Launch and later used as a livery boat and water taxi. It is a rare example of the early narrow beam displacement launches and and cruised along nicely at 18-25 MPG with it's Kermath Sea Rover dual ignition 6 cylinder engine. It was fully restored in 1986 and has been well maintained and kept up. Ditchburn boats are highly regarded as some of the finest boats to come out of Canada and revered for their craftsmanship.
38354 -- Feet 1918 Liberty 6 Marine Engine$50,000
Liberty 6 215 H.P. 825 cu. in. Air service number 94578 Manufactured by Wright Aeronautical Still in Original Cosmoline. No rust/corrosion evident. Engine appears complete. This Is The Only Known Example Left Of The 52 Built. Includes: 2 Stromberg NAS-5 carbs 2 Dixie “600” mags Water Pump Harness Water and Oil Lines Spark Plugs Carb Linkage
29172999 Feet 1918-1919 Curtiss C-6 160 HP$ Wanted 
I am looking to acquire a Curtiss C-6 engine which around 1918-1919 was offered with 160 HP. Would also consider a buying a boat that already has this motor installed.
2848322' 6 Feet 1919 St. Lawrence Skiff by Cuppernal of Clayton$22,000
This is a very original and very deluxe Cuppernall of Clayton St. Lawrence Skiff. Birds Eye Maple decks and decorative styling on the decks make this a one of a kind. In excellent shape, this boat has been in the family of Cleveland Dodge for many years and has lived at the Dodge compound on Wild Goose Island, Clayton, NY. She is sailed each summer on the St. Lawrence River and of course comes with her complete sails, mast & boom. This boat has a file at the Antique Boat Museum and is a registered boat with that organization (number 216). The early production date of this skiff belies it's condition which is impeccable. As far as can be told, this boat has been in use annually on the St. Lawrence River since it's birth. The records show only one other owner since 1919. The price of this boat accurately reflects it's condition and rarity.
2636625 Feet 1919 William Hand Launch$104,000
Beautiful 1919 William Hand Long Deck Launch. This boat is presently powered by a 1934 Chrysler Ace 70 hp engine, but the original Model T conversion and transmission are included in the sale. The interior is upholstered in soft blue leather in mahogany bucket seats. This boat has a lot of brass including a fully operable fold down windshield. Included is a 2001 Tandem Axle Cradle Ride trailer with surge brakes that has custom fitted bunks for the boat. This boat is a multiple award winner that is turn key ready.
3697918'6 Feet 1919 Disappearing Propeller Boat (Dispro)$17,000
Florence, a turn-key 1919 Disappearing Propeller Motor Boat (dippy). A rare, flip start, copper jacket, 18.5’ Uncle Sam dippy (#1984), 1919 Kingfisher A2, 2.5 HP motor (#19254) . Florence is one of the few oldest running dippys known. A full hull/motor restoration was completed in 2002. This dippy is a user boat, kept in show condition since restoration. Awards include: Best Disappearing Propeller Boat (2003 ACBS AGM & Boat Show - Ottawa), Best Canadian Built (2009 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Antique Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Oldest Boat of the show (2011 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Best Disappearing Propeller (2011 Montreal Classic Boat Festival), Oldest Boat of the show (2012 Ottawa International Antique Boat Show), Included: a rare Dippy folding light, trailer, cover, tools, Shaw & Tenney reproduction dippy oars and an 8X10 print of Florence on the Summer 2015 Lee Valley Tools Catalog.
37241-- Feet 1919 Marine Bathroom Fixture$ 4200 Firm
From 1882 to the 1930's only two companies from New York City made bathroom fixtures which became common place on boats and rail cars. The most attractive and successful design was the fold down sink which was ideal for close quarters. They were used on Chris Craft Commuters, Elco's, Robinson Seagull's, Richardson's, Sea Lyon's, American Car and Foundry's and Wheeler Playmate's. Today these are sought after by yacht and cruiser and train car owners alike. This unit is in excellent condition after being restored and is ready to complete your project and adorn your pride and joy.
3834725' Feet 1920 Unknown$9,500
Vintage launch or yacht tender barn find that I believe to be Canadian made because of Robertson screws used in its construction. Hull & bottom are tight. Bottom has small hole, looks like someone hit something in the water. Bottom & sides are cedar. Last used in Parry Sound ,probably in the 80's
3840525 Feet 1920 Hatley Speed Launch$16,900
Built in Hatley, Quebec, Canada; E.G. McCrea was a designer/builder had a following for his inboard motorboats and racing hulls. This 25 foot fast-launch features a hard chined, semi-v shaped planing bottom - far ahead of its time. The boat has been professionally restored and is in excellent structural condition. She is powered by a rebuilt Scripps F4 engine that has been converted to a 12V system and now runs a mechanical-advance distributor, eliminating the separate timing lever. Engine was test-run in the boat, ignition timing set, and verified to be charging. She has absolutely beautiful lines and requires very little work to complete. The deck varnish is excellent, hatch hardware is present and ready to be reinstalled. Seat frames are present and fully varnished, only requiring backs/bottoms & upholstery. The hull is in primer and ready for a final topcoat of paint. With minor finishing touches, this boat will be a spectacular showpiece!
3707416 Feet 1920 Sebago Rowing Skiff$8,350
Pre-1920 restored Sebago skiff. This double-ended, all-wood 16' Sebago skiff was built in East Sebago, Maine, between 1890 and 1920. In 2011, Kevin Martin in Epping, N.H., restored it. Modern caulking was used to seal the planks and one stem was replaced. When last used two years ago, it was watertight and has been stored in a barn since. The skiff comes with a restored Holsclaw trailer with soft riding coil springs. The skiff has two pairs of 7-foot oars and oarlocks. It was made of elm or alder with the body having steamed cedar planking along with brass screws. The gunwale may be chestnut. The exterior is green Epifanes marine paint and the interior a Kirby light green tint. The Sebago is distinctive for the bead running along the first plank on the exterior, with the plank finished natural and everything below the bead painted. Will deliver within New England if driving costs are paid by buyer.
3690424 Feet 1920 Fay & Bowen Launch$65,000
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.
3178332 Feet 1920 Gidley Long Deck Launch$80,000
Another fine example of Canadian craftsmanship. This beautiful Gidley Long Deck Launch has gone though a total restoration about 10 years ago. The boat has been lightly used since restoration. The owner has since passed away and the boat is ready for some refinishing.
3195621 Feet 1920 Rowing Scull$6,900
This boat has been hand stripped and varnished with epiphanes varnish. It has a set of Ted Shea sculls as they are 10' long. The fore and aft decks were originally covered with canvas. The oar locks are made by Kern. This boat can be used or proudly displayed. It is truly a fine piece of maritime history.
27658 Feet 1920 Universal 4 Cylinder Engine$1,200
Beautiful, rust free. Has hand crank on chain on aft end of engine. Magneto ingnition.
2985316 Feet 1920 Old Town Charles River Canoe$1,400
This vintage 1920 Old Town Canoe was originally delivered to Milton Boat yards in Rye, New York on May 20, 1920. It has been paddled to Atlanta Georgia and was restored and used for use as a wall hanger in a restaurant. Overall it is in good condition and has a removable floorboard in the bottom. The canoe is overall in good condition and has wonderful patina. The canoe has 3 holes which were used for hanging it for display. The boat is 16 feet long and the serial number is clearly visible. Put this Antique in your building for nostalgia or repair it and use it in the water.
3010129 Feet 1920 Hutchinson Long Deck Launch$75,000
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.
3027917 Feet 1920 Square Ended Skiff
2988016 Feet 1920's Canadian Canoe$1,850
This is a unknown canoe builder but attributed to Walter Dean. It has the same lines/dimensions as Sunnyside Cruiser, 6 board basswood hull, rib/batten construction, flame mahogany decks, contemporary seats and thwart , restored and canvased by previous owner 25 years ago. Canvas is mint, decks ,ribs, battens, outwales, hull planking all original. Coaming replaced and in need of minor repair. Always stored inside, also has been attributed to "W. Madill Boat and Canoe Builders" in Orillia, Ontario.
2887418 Feet 1920's Jackson Boat Works St Lawrence Skiff$10,000
This is the only Jackson skiff that we have ever had to sell. Jackson was an Ogdensburg, NY builder that built several skiffs of this length. It is unusual in it's decorative style, opposing color woods in the gunwale and decks and delightful ceiling boards the full length of the boat. Twin decorative oar locks with two sets of matched Shaw & Tenney oars. All hardware is brass and complete. Brass name plate indicates; Jackson Boat Works, builder, Ogdensburg, N.Y. This is a well built excellent two person skiff in great shape that was recently restored by the owner who is no longer boating due to age.
2944217 Feet 1920's St Lawrence Skiff$4,500
This is a very nice rowing skiff, the builder is unknown. Many of the construction attributes are similar to those of Dowsett boats, built in Portland, Ontario. Also reminiscent of many St Lawrence skiffs of the era. She has been restored and is ready to row. The boat has a few new planks, a new stern post, and fresh varnish. She is a breeze to row and would also make an excellent display piece at the cottage!
2584720 Feet 1920's St. Lawrence 2 Man Skiff$6,500
This original St. Lawrence Skiff has been completely restored and comes complete with 2 sets of Cherry Oars. This is a beautiful Guideboat with decorative and ornate oar locks which enhance it's appeal. This is are boat in wonderful condition with a great history and connection to the St. Lawrence River.
3138916 Feet 1920's Robertson Courting Canoe$5,900
Antique Wood/Canvas Luxury Courting canoe from the 20's-30's. Four foot book matched mahogany decks. Mahogany trim. Flat white yacht enamel. Professional pin striping and pair of geese flying together.
3745817 Feet 1920's St Lawrence Rowing Skiff$900
This St Lawrence skiff is an ideal restoration candidate. The exact building is unknown, but likely 1920's vintage and built by a talented craftsman. The boat will need several ribs replaced, seats, and a few planks. The hull is mostly intact and it has been kept indoors, protected from the elements.
3705314'9 Feet 1920 Duck Skiff$3,000
This antique skiff was purchased by my grandpa in the 1960s. My father was there at the time of purchase and believes the skiff was built in the 1920s or '30s. The cover laying next to the skiff in one picture and the unpainted wood inside the skiff were built by my grandpa for storage purposes. There is some rash in the front from breaking ice but the skiff has not been used in over 20 years and has not been fiberglassed and is an excellent antique of a typical Lake Winnebago (Wisconsin) area skiff of the era. After speaking to some historians, we have been unable to identify the manufacturer and it is possible it is homemade.
3834011i 4" Feet 1920s? Unknown$5,000
This is a Peterborough-design, cold-molded mahogany rowboat of unknown origin. She was purchased used by the current owner's father in 1951 along with the Gator trailer. She has been in the family for over 65 years and always stored in an enclosed storage building when not in use. She has not been in the water since 1988 following an extensive restoration. Includes a working 3 HP Evinrude outboard and a seized-up 10 HP Johnson Sea Horse. Here's an opportunity to research her history and put her back in the water!
3746427 Feet 1921 Comstock Launch$3,000
This is a piece of 1000 Islands history, ready for a comprehensive restoration. Comstock boats were built in Fishers Landing, NY. This example began life as a long deck launch, and was later converted into an open utility and used as a work boat by a local marina. "Old Spice" is complete with an original Red Wing 25hp, 4 cylinder inboard engine. Not many of these early launches survived, and this example is a true barn find.
3734740 Feet 1921 Fay & Bowen Launch "Seneca"$400,000
At 40 feet in length, this is the largest Fay & Bowen launch that we have ever seen! Built by the Fay & Bowen Boat and Engine company in 1921, her originality has been well preserved and she is an impressive craft. Powered by an original Hall Scott LM6 engine with exposed valvetrain. These engines are extremely rare and this example is a museum-quality piece.
3714225 Feet 1921 Consolidated Speedway Commuter Launch$36,000
Consolidated Speedway boats were built for wealthy businessmen who mostly lived on or Long Island and commuted to Manhattan. These boats were often referred to as "Limousines of the Sea" and were designed for the privileged who could afford this type of transportation for a leisurely afternoon cruise, a trip to the theater in the evening or to attend a yachting regatta. Some of the owners of these boats included names such as Vanderbilt, Morgan, Ford and Kennedy. This boat is a very rare 26.5 foot launch which was used as a tender for a larger yacht and was once owned by railroad magnate Edward Harriman. It is in excellent overall condition in every way and a fine example of a Consolidated Speedway.
319201921 Hispano SuizaModel "H" Engine$60,000
A rare "H" Series engine built by Wright Aeronautical under license by Hispano Suiza. It offers 300 HP and 1126 cu. in and has a Lee transmission with only 5 hours on the engine since the rebuild.
3181030 Feet 1921 Duke Launch$12,000
Found in a barn in Muskoka after decades of storage is this rare 30 Foot Duke Launch. It is in fact the last boat built by Albert H. Duke. It will require a full restoration but is a fabulous boat and most worthy of restoration.
2771765 Feet 1921 Craft Quimper Bermudian Yawl$205,000
Built in 1921 in the Craft Quimper in northern France and registered as Rescue boat in 1922. 65' two mast (the main one refitted last year). Anchor lift, wind station, generator. Mahogany, peachpine, teak. Idraulic rudder. Forward cabin, two toilets, kitchen, dinette convert., double cabin.
2819717 Feet 1922 Old Town Canoe$3,200
This 1922 Old Town canoe has been beautifully restored. To fully enjoy the wonder of a masterpiece like this one, you must experience it in the water. It is a dream to paddle, and glides easily through the water. It has been gently used since its restoration, and remains in very nice condition. It would be happy to be your weekend paddler or be placed on display in your home to enjoy the fine American craftsmanship and deep beauty of the mahogany and cedar. This canoe, serial number 71445, is a 17 foot AA grade Otca model with red Western cedar planking, open mahogany gunwales, and mahogany seats, thwarts, and decks. It was fitted with a keel and floor rack and painted dark green. It was shipped on July 7, 1922. This canoe comes with a scan of the original build certificate. Also I am including two almost new paddles. Both are We-No-Nah 52 inch, one straight, one bent shaft.
3015436 Feet 1922 McNeil & Norris Long Deck Launch$225,000
McNeil Norris boats were built in the Bala region of Muskoka during the 1920's. These boats were built to order, and this 36' model is a very fine example of their craftsmanship. She is a very large launch with sleek lines and a roomy cockpit arrangement. She receives frequent use on Lake Muskoka by her present owners.
3086222 Feet 1922 McNeil Norris Launch$69,000
This boat was purchased in 1924 by the current owner's grandfather for the worldly sum of $900 as a used boat. She was built by McNeil Norris of Bala, Ontario 2 years earlier and was powered by a Buchanan Junior engine. The boat sat unused for a number of years and received a complete restoration between 1986 and 1996. At this time, a Gray Marine 4-70 engine was installed. After heading down south to a new owner, the boat returned to her original home in 2004. She is a wonderful example of Canadian craftsmanship and is a very beautiful long deck launch. Previously she was awarded the Best Canadian Built Boat Preserved at the prestigious ACBS Toronto Show held annually in Gravenhurst, Ontario.
3764426 Feet 1922 HC Minett Launch$225,000
H.C. Minett Boats - Built for those who are not satisfied with ordinary standards. This beautiful Minett long deck launch has been in the same Muskoka family for many years. She bears hull number 15 and is an early example of Hubert Charles (Bert) Minett's fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. She was comprehensively restored approximately 10 years ago and received extensive woodwork, new ribs, much plank work, fresh plating, engine rebuild, new upholstery, etc. Always boathouse kept and professionally maintained. She features unique attributes, such as an outboard rudder, forward spray rails, interior cabinetry, and traditional Muskoka egg-crate ventilated flooring. She has been repowered with a 6-cylinder Kermath engine, converted to a 12V system for reliable starting and charging.
2946717 Feet 1923 Old Town Canoe$2,500
1923 Old Town canoe with original canvas. She has not been in the water since 1987. Very good condition, hull #74802-17...all original canvas & back rest (with inscription) documentation papers are included from Old Town.
2761122 Feet 1923 C.M.Lane Lifeboat Company$5,500
1923 CM Lane 22 ft Lifeboat, galvanized steel hull, very good condition for it's age, Oshkosh Super 4 Marine flathead gas engine, starts right up and sounds good, heavy homemade trailer with really bad tires, amateur paint, this boat putted around Lake Fond du Lac Wisconsin for years, CM Lane of Brooklyn, New York made the lifeboats for the Titanic. This was just professionally appraised at $6,000, it is extremely rare.
2843618 Feet 1924 Carleton Canoe$2,450
This is an excellant example of american craftsmanship original cond. My Great uncle repainted in 1951, I have reciept from Old Town Conoe Co. for 1qt paint. To the best of my knowlege nothing has been replaced. Wood appears to be orignal.
2738716 Feet 1924 Old Town Canoe$2,500
For Sale: Exquisitely restored 1924 Old Town 16' wood and canvas canoe (Serial Number 82594). This is the Heavy Water model originally designed for river running. It has the AA grade construction of oak with mahogany trim and includes two paddles. The original build receipt shows it was shipped from the factory in Maine to a store in San Francisco in March 1924. Recently restored and newly painted and varnished. In excellent condition. Can deliver in Pacific NW for a negotiated charge. We have more digital photos of the canoe, the shipping receipt, a vintage catalog cut, and the original Old Town canoe model listings with specifications.
2920230 Feet 1924 Fay & Bowen Golden Arrow$275,000
One of the finest examples of the Finger Lakes builder. This is the very rare and sought after "Golden Arrow". This boat is in Concours Condition with virtually no flaws and has been featured in magazines and books before marvelling at her stylish lines. It is most remembered in the book Wood Through water being shown in all of her glory on page 45 and 51. The boat was for many years owned by the Lewis Family who were generous benefactors to the Antique Boat Museum. The boat is also being offered with a Fay & Bowen LN43 which is a 50 HP motor which was the correct motor for the boat when it was first delivered.
3034624 Feet 1924 Peterborough AutoCraft Long Deck Launch$79,500
The Peterborough Canoe Company was one of Canada's largest and best known boat builders. During their production, the company produced outboard boats, sailboats, racing hulls, and a small number of inboards. This is a fine example of the AutoCraft Launch produced by Peterborough in the 1920's. The current owner located this boat in an Illinois warehouse. She was completely restored in 2003. She is powered by her original Kermath model 20. Only 3 of these boats are known to exist today. She is graceful and a beautiful survivor!
3672117 Feet 1924 Disappearing Propeller Company (Dispro)$15,500
Found in Toronto without engine and in a partly stripped down condition in 1986. The owner had collected the correct engine, device and all other parts for a re-build. Bad health forced a sale. I stripped boat completely ready to start a restoration. Business and a farm prevented this until in 1999, I had it then restored completely, then rebuilt the engine, controls, and installed the device. Launched in 2002 and was at many Dispro regattas and finally on Georgian Bay at mouth of 12-mile Bay. Many happy hours on the Bay until about 2009, when she (Penelope) was brought home for some minor repairs. Has been is a shed on the property since 2010.
3647126 Feet 1924 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$200,000
Owned by the same family since 1982, this 1924 26' Chris Craft Runabout has been shown occasionally. Last showing was at the Les Cheneaux boat show in Hessel, MI in 2011, where she won the Mertaugh Boat Works Best Chris Craft award. Power comes from a rebuilt Curtiss OX5 with less than 10 hours on it. A 1988 dual axle trailer is included in the sale.
3648126 Feet 1925 Chris Craft Tiple Cockpit Runabout$234,900
Very clean fully restored boat with replaced bottom. Scripps engine has just come out of full rebuild. Comes with original folding soft top, on a custom trailer with full waterline cover. Originally a northern MI boat. Always been in fresh water.
3633226 Feet 1925 Rochester Triple Cockpit Runabout$60,000
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.
3702811 Feet 1925 Penn Yan Fisherman's Skiff$1,600
Purchased outside Penn Yan, NY and was remodeled in the 50's with the long deck and middle seat. Motor is available for additional $125.
31777-- Feet 1925 Dodge Brothers Marine Engine$6,000
They don't get any rarer than this, a four cylinder marine engine made by the Dodge Bros. It is not known what boat this came out of but this is the same block that Dodge used in their 1926 cars and was adapted for marine use. The engine is intact but does not turn over. A truly unique engine that should be is someones collection.
3174526 Feet 1925 Ditchburn Long Deck Launch$220,000
The name Ditchburn is synonymous with some of the finest pleasure craft ever made. This family had boatbuilding in their blood and have earned their pace in marine boatbuilding. The company was a prolific builder and known for their excellent craftsmanship but the company suffered during the depression and never returned to their former selves. This 1925 Long Deck Launch has the original 75 HP Kermath engine and maintains all of it's original. The hardware and upholstery are in great shape as are the gauges. The hull, bottom, sides, ribs, frames and decks are also solid and sound with very good integrity. The boat has always been in the fresh waters of the Muskoka Lakes and is ready for a new owner to continue her stewardship.
3781522.5 Feet 1924 Dodge Watercar$125,000
The seller bought the boat in 1990. Pryor to that it had been sitting in storage for over 25 years. He had Boyd’s Boats do the restoration of the boat. The sides decks and bottom are all original. The bottom is very thick wood and in amazing condition for its age. Boyd’s did new interior staving panels, rebuilt some of the seat frames, did a full refinish and went through the whole boat. They do have receipts and pictures of all the work. The engine was also rebuilt although not the original engine for the boat. The work was done in 2001. The seller used the boat for the first couple of years and since it has sat in storage.
3735234 Feet 1925 Consolidated Launch$350,000
Impressive is the word to describe the triple ignition, 1,000 cid Consolidated-Speedway engine powering this 1925 Consolidated launch. This is a great example of early American luxury boating. All brass hardware, exquisite Navy top, deluxe folding windshield. She has a great history and has been well preserved over the years. This boat was originally built for Katherine Fitzgerald-Spalding of Spalding Sporting Goods fame.
3734936 Feet 1926 Ditchburn Voyageur Launch$600,000
This 36 foot Ditchburn long deck launch is elegant and exemplary of Canadian craftsmanship. Beautiful mahogany construction, egg crate "Muskoka" floors, supple leather upholstery, and strict attention to detail. She has been repowered with a reliable Chrysler Royal engine, upgraded to a 12V system. At 36 feet in length, she stable, roomy, and absolustely elegant as she cuts through the calm water. The Chrysler Royal straight 8 engine is regarded as one of the smoothest running engines of its era and should provide years of reliable service.
3734650 Feet 1926 Camper & Nicholsons Commuter$150,000
One of only 2 known to exist today, and only 9 built between 1912 and 1930! Beautiful English design, unique salon in its aft cabin, and very intriguing lines throughout. The design features Mermaid hardware, Dusenburg steering wheel, and Auburn shifters. This particular craft served as a yacht tender in the early 1930's to a larger vessel. She is well equipped with plush bench seating the salon, additional seating in the forward cockpit, and seating on the aft deck for an additional 6-8 passengers. This example has been expertly restored with originality in mind. The refit took place in England in 1990 and included total disassembly.
3156326 Feet 1926 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$75,000
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.
3130025'6 Feet 1926 Hutchinson Sedan $39,500
River Runner, the only 26' Sedan ever produced by Hutchinson's, was built in 1926 for Gov. Lowden of Pullman Island. Lowden made at least two attempts to become president of the US. River Runner has painted cedar sides, beautiful mahogony desks and covering boards, and battleship linoleum floors. She has been in constant use in the 1000 Islands for over 85 years, and still has 93-95% of her original wood. Her hand cranked windows allow cooling breezes through the cabin, where occupants lounge on beautifully upholstered seats and wicker deck chairs. She can be seen throughout the seasons cutting through the channels of the River, from Clayton to Brockville. RiverRunner has won over 14 awards at Clayton and Alex Bay shows, and has been professionally restored and lovingly maintained. Fresh varnish, hull and bottom paint. Articles on RiverRunner have been published in Classic Boating, TI Life, and TI Sun's vacationer Thousand Islands Classic series.
3705826 Feet 1926 Hacker Dolphin Triple Cockpit$89,500
In 2008 she had major restoration done, including new frames (15), some ribs replaced as necessary, new 5200 bottom, keel, stem, transom and rear deck, and fuel tanks. This is a rare and desirable boat that is a high quality user that shows extremely well. Cockpit layout is very desirable with easy access in forward cockpit and original style windshield. Gauge panel is original as is the hardware. Upholstery looks fantastic. Celebrate her 90th year with her next year, a rare opportunity!
2662126 Feet 1926 Johnson Laker Launch$60,000
This beautiful Launch has a original 4 Cylinder inboard engine and is in MINT condition! Has been completely gone through and has new motor box, new decks, new sides, new floors and new upholstery.
2956020 Feet 1926-28 Custom Brodhead/Fairchild Launch$55,000
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.
3050442 Feet 1927 Belle Isle Boatworks Commuter$42,000
Belle Isle Boatworks is known for its constuction of Hacker Designed runabouts, most notably the "Bearcat" and "Super Bearcat". The company also built a handful of beautiful commuters. This example was built in 1927 for the purpose of rum running during Prohibition. Originally a single engine boat. The gauge panel is missing but the boat retains its original wheel, most deck hardware, bowlight, head, and forward deck hatch. The hull planking is in very fair condition but the decks will likely need to be replaced. The boat has very nice lines with lots of bow flare and a curved transom. This is a rare opportunity to own a boat built for the highly wealthy during the roaring 20's.
2581522 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet$48,000
Pictured in Classic Boating in 2003 this boat was originally delivered to Mercer's Marine in Utica, New York and is only a 2 owner boat and is Hull # 1185. This boat has undergone a complete 1200 hour restoration with new planking, new sides and new framing. This boat is stunning and needs nothing.
2721216 Feet 1927 Old Town Yankee Canoe$2,800
This 1927 Yankee Canoe has been entirely restored and refinished.
2823922 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet$25,000
This boat could be your next show winner. This is a true beautiful survivor. One of the few Cadets with the original Chrysler Imperial (matching id numbers between boat and motor) Engine has been fully rebuilt (2009) and updated to 12 Volt system. This boat is completely solid with no rot and is completely original. Has only had varnish. Bottom is original but when soaked will seal tight enough to not worry about your bilge pump. Engine was rebuilt two years ago and used very little since. Do your research contact your favorite surveyor and then come look at this boat you won't be dissapointed.
3713634 Feet 1927 Elco Cruisette$32,000
This rare Elco Cruisette is 34 feet in length and made of white cedar over oak with a mahogany superstructure. Frames, keel and decks have all been replaced. Presently the boat is configured with 2 single berths. Since 1927, the boat has only had 5 owners and she is now available for her next custodian.
3712026 Feet 1927 Indian Lakes Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,900
Very rare original Indian Lakes runabout. Sides and decks are original wood in good condition. All hardware and gauges are original to the boat. The boat was in the water last season but does really need a new bottom. This is a rare opportunity to own one of these unique boats.
3715922 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet$49,000
This 1927 Chris Craft Cadet has been comprehensively restored and is a true "sleeper". She appears stock on the outside, but sports a hot 383cid Mercruiser Scorpion 383 cubic inch stroker small block V8 engine. Beautiful finish, interior upholstery, and chrome. All new wood throughout, bonded construction. The hull sides look as good today as they did when the boat was fresh out of the shop. This gorgeous prewar Chris Craft triple is turn key and will perform well.
3210622 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet$35,000
This beautiful 1927 Cadet was completely restored in 2005. New traditional style bottom, new decks, fresh interior, and a total refinish. She has been enjoyed each season since her restoration and the current owner would now like to find her a new captain. 136hp Gray Marine engine runs great. Packaged with a nice tandem axle trailer.
3140922 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Cadet$79,900
Early Cadet Hull number 1087. Owned by seller since 1980. This boat was fully restored 2 years ago with 5200 bottom, all new sides and decks, new gas tank, and interior. The boat is very original with all original gauges, chrome and engine. Boat has always been boat house kept. Comes with newer waterline cover.
318441927 Chrysler EM 100hp Engine$7,500
Chrysler Model EM 6 cylinder 100 HP removed from a 1927 Chris Craft Cadet hull # 1211. Spins freely, needs manifold, otherwise complete.
37178118 Feet 1927 Pacific Coast Engineering Fire Boat$180,000
This riveted steel plate boat is fully equipped for fire fighting or could be easily retrofitted for multiple other uses. The boat sis powered by twin GM 500 HP 8 - cylinder supercharged diesels and has a 16,200 GPM pumping capacity and a 8000+ fuel capacity. Thrusters and all electronics are included and functioning. The vessel is well maintained and in full operating condition. Fresh bottom paint, new zincs and all deficiencies addresses by it's last survey.
3763926 Feet 1927 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout $45,000
This 26 Foot Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout older complete restoration by old time boat co for the lakeside inn in mount dora, boat was completely skinned and matched planks laminated on decks, sides, and bottom, presently the boat needs refinish, some plating work all mechanicals are good she runs strong, good serviceable trailer.
379961927 19 Feet W. J. Johnson Launch $19,500
This good looking Launch was built by W. J. Johnston of Port Carling, Ontario. Johnston is believed to be the very first boatbuilder in the Muskoka area and is credited with developing the disappearing Propeller Boat Company who build the famous Dispros or Dippys. This boat shows off the fine Canadian craftsmanship that is the hallmark of boats from this area. The boat has been in a private collection for many years and has been well cared for during that time. Always in fresh water and stored indoors the boat is powered by a Chris Craft Model "B" engine. This is a nice size boat for a small lake and will run well for years to come.
3844622 Feet 1927 Chris-Craft Cadet Triple Cockpit$49,900
Beautifully maintained 1927 Chris-Craft Cadet with a near-new Mercruiser engine, original (adapted) controls and gauges, velvet drive transmission, new cutlass bearing, new 14X14 three-blade prop, new bilge pump and blower, interior coated gas tank, and full complement of operating and safety equipment. Hull restored prior 2005, re-stained, re-varnished and re-upholstered in 2005, varnish updated in 2014 and has not been in the water since. She's ready to go for her new owner. Just add water!
3824524.5' Feet 1927/28 Hutchinson Utility$14,900
My grandfather has owned this boat since 1968. He paid $200 for it and has owned it since. It's been on Keuka Lake his entire ownership and always been well maintained. The boat used to be a triple cockpit but has since been made into an open deck utility. The original motor is long gone, but the 283 scoots the boat along nicely. Complete with trailer!
3800422' Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,000
This rare example is the 22' Triple Cockpit that remains in a very untouched condition. Original wood and drivetrain. After a complete restoration this boat would price somewhere between 2-4 times our asking price. Thus far we have completely rebuilt and restored the motor. A compression test showed all 6 cylinders at 110lbs. We also had a $1k custom weatherproof cover made for the boat and the trailer is obviously included. The boat does need to be soaked and re-sealed as it has not been in the water for over 10 years. Formerly owned by Rosemont Mayor, Donald "Donnie" Stephens.
3796629'6" Feet 1928 Hacker Craft Company Dolphin Deluxe$199,000
A beautifully maintained and restored classic Hacker triple cockpit runabout, custom built for John Dunlop, the founder of Dunlop Tire Co. She has been lovingly owned and maintained by just four owners in her 89 years. Always boathouse kept and run in fresh water, she has delighted owners, those fortunate enough to ride in her, and the admiring public for nearly a century. The winner of scores of boat show awards in several states, she is reluctantly for sale due only to a change in her owner's plans. Fresh varnish and bottom paint in 2016. No soak bottom.
3791622 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,900
This rare example of a 1938 22 Foot Chris Craft Triple Cockpit is in unmolested condition. I purchased the boat 3 years ago from Wisconsin and have not hard the heart to put it into salt water. It has a traditional bottom, engine gives good compression on all cylinders and the interior and chrome are in very good condition. The boat has not been in the water in some time and will need a good soaking. Included with the trailer is a $ 1000 custom fitted cover.
3746518 Feet 1928 Peterborough Traveler Inboard$3,600
This is a very rare model of Peterborough and a must-have for the Peterborough collector. The traveler model was only built in limited numbers and was one of the company's early efforts to break into the inboard boat market. The design was very utilitarian with no windshield and center-position steering. She is quite heavily built compared to other Peterborough boats of the era. Powered by a Universal Flexi-4 engine, predecessor to the Atomic-4. Some restoration work has been started and she is now ready for a craftsman to take over the job!
3197726 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout $69,000
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.
3160526 Feet 1928 Gilbert Long Deck Launch$60,000
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.
3121426 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit$169,900
Showboat is in near-perfect driveaway condition, very lightly used since its total restoration in 2003 by one of the country’s premier restorers, and hull number 543 is a wonderful example of Chris-Craft’s 1920’s “flat deck” series. It has won several major boat shows in its distinguished “career” under its present owner of 25 years who currently has limited use for it. It has a uniquely interesting and fully documented historical provenance (from its original owner to a feature on Antiques Roadshow). Its original Kermath 150 is fully restored, the hardware is 100% original and nickel-plated, and its rollup top even has the ORIGINAL side curtains in flawless condition. The bottom incorporates West Epoxy, and the boat is complete and faithfully restored to original condition from the tacks covering the cloth wiring all the way to its tool kit. A spare running Kermath block is available separately. All details fully documented.
307271928 34.6 Minett Shields Triple Cockpit Runabout $500,000
This gorgeous Minett-Shields was made in 1928 for Mr Boxer who summered in the Muskoka Lakes in Canada. The boat was converted from Launch to Triple Cockpit Runabout in 1937. At that time the boat was then re-powered with a Scripps V-12. The current owner had the boat since 2005 and has maintain ed the boat in excellent condition. The boat was in the water in 2010 and has had a fresh coat of varnish at that time. The engine runs very strong. This boat is very original since it's 1937 changeover and has almost all of it's original wood above the waterline. Discerning buyers will note that a Minett-Shields Runabout in excess of 30 feet are hard to find and very rare. Included in the boat is the original ice box from 1928, original gauges both in good working order and hardware.
3075328 Feet 1928 Morris Long Deck Launch$150,000
This classic 1928 Morris Long Deck Launch has its original 6 cylinder Scripps engine which has been adjusted with a dual ignition. The boat has an epoxy bottom and was completely restored such that it needs nothing. It offers a new leather interior, wicker chairs, tandem trailer and a new cover. This boat is a great part of pre-war history and a great addition into your boat house or collection.
3657041 Feet 1928 Chad Jones Yacht$370,000
Purchased from Maryland in 2012 and completely restored during 2013 in Turkey. Beautifully finished and repowered with twin GM diesel engines. Garmin GPS and Satellite where also added during the restoration.
3704124 Feet 1928 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout$29,900
A very rare and old Sea Lyon built in 1928. The boat has been partially restored with a new traditional bottom, new decking and is ready to be completed by the new owner. It has the original gauge panel, new shaft and a new custom stainless fuel tank. All hardware except the name plate and the step pads. In 1926 Howard Lyon was Gar Woods National Sales Manager but a falling out occurred when Gar Wood learned that Lyon was building his own brand of boats. The market crash closed his enterprise but his boats ( few as they were) were highly regarded and sought after today as a fine example of craftsmanship during that time period.
3684124 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$69,900
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. She comes with her original "unrestored" Dietritch sedan top. It is missing a couple of pieces of hardware but they are available. Includes a custom trailer fitted to her hull, ready for the water! Lots of history documentation included. Motivated Seller. All Offers Considered
2841718'6 Feet 1928 Lindsay Dispro$24,000
1928 Lindsay-built Dispro, Uncle Sam model. She is 18'6" in length and was rebuilt by Fred Forster (hull), Paul Dodington (engine)and John Thomson (device) and re-launched September 1996 (all well photographed). Gently used since then. She is in excellent running condition and comes complete with hunter green seat cushions and boat cover, spare prop and original bow lights. Her trailer is in excellent condition. Located near Dorset, Ontario The boat is described as an 8/10 and would please any discerning Dippy buyer.
2820126 Feet 1928 Stanley Runabout$32,000
This is a very rare 1928 Stanley Runabout. It was originally owned by a fishing guide from Wolfe Island, Ontario, later spent most of its time in Cape Vincent, NY. It is 1 of 2 known to exist on the St Lawrence River. It is powered by the original Kermath engine.
2589929 Feet 1928 Gar Wood Torpedo Double Cockpit$450,000
The owner of this boat claims that it was made and built by GarWood for a Mr. Bartow and originally delivered to Lake of the Ozarks. Boat has been partially restored but requires work to complete the project. This is a very unique boat and very rare. This boat looks very similar to "Chloe" and has lines that remind you a Hacker design or Dee Wite. Boat has a double step bottom and has reported to run at speeds up to 70 MPH.
3003032 feet 6 inches Feet 1928 Orville Wright's Gidley Launch$395,000
Purchased by the famous inventor Orville Wright and owned by him until his death in 1947. This Gidley Boat Works Launch is a piece of living history. The Wright Brothers of course are credited with the first manned flight with a heavier than air machine and this boat was used to ferry Mr. Wright to his Island cottage up in Ontario. Named Kittyhawk, Orville was a familiar site being seen navigating his boat in and around Georgian Bay from 1931 until 1941 when he was recalled to Washington. The launch has been restored to her original pristine condition at the Greavette Boat Company in Gravenhurst, Ontario and is complete with her gleaming chrome, fantastic history and acknowledgement to another era. Over the years she has received many prestigous awards at a number of Boat Shows and is now ready for a new custodian who will appreciate her fabulous history.
3003822 Feet 1928 Chris Craft Cadet$37,500
This boat was purchased in 1992 and used on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. In 1995-1996 the boat was re-finished, used for the summer of 1996, and has been in indoor storage ever since. It was regularly serviced while in use, and ran great when the boat was last in the water. The boat is pretty much original and is in excellent shape. It has been reduced in price in October of this year and the owner is motivated as he has the pleasuer of now owning 2 boats.
2959017 Feet 1928 DeWitt Outboard$5,000
The current owner bought this boat 30 years ago with the intention of restoring it. It appears to be reasonably solid but is a total gray boat. It is mahogany planked. Some of the hardware is missing. Appears to be an outboard model, no motor.
2924426 Feet 1929 Dart Triple Cockpit Runabout$150,000
Built in Toledo, Ohio this is a very rare 1929 Dart Triple Cockpit Runabout. The boat is in very good condition and ready to go in the water.
2930838 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter$295,000
The current owner purchased this boat in Michigan back in 2005. Her restoration began in February of 2006 which included a new bottom and an effort to maintain the original layout and appearance while providing behind the scenes modernization of onboard systems. The boat was repowered with a modern engine for reliability and performance. The hull is planked in beautiful mahogany while the decks are done in unfinished teak. The dark green upholstery and interior accents have been faithfully recreated. Safety equipment and onboard systems are compliant with all US coastguard regulations while maintaining a correct, classic appearance. Boathouse kept and professionally maintained, this commuter needs nothing but a new captain!
2896230 Feet 1929 Claus Engelbrecht Launch$525,000
In the glorious prewar phase of boating this vessel was the choice of only the most wealthy individuals in the country. One of the finest designs by the Claus Engelbrecht Werft / shipyard in Berlin it´s now fresh out of a 5,000 hour + complete restoration to highest concour standards. Engelbrecht, renown for his power boat for Ferdinand Porsche, build this classic power launch, motorised with a 90 PS, 5000ccm 8 cylinder Mercedes Nürburg engine. This boat is the only one remaining of its type, because the cream white hull was already zink-galvanized and steel riveted when being build. Highly original down to the last detail, elegant instruments from Daimler Benz Marienfelde. New mahagony decks with 600 year old Alaska yellow cedar, cabin windows with honed cystal glas. Absolutely stunning quality varnish and upholstery. A historically significant sublime prewar boat, that would be a great addition to every serious MB 540 K collector. Located in Berlin/Germany.
2880020 Feet 1929 St Lawrence Skiff$4,500
This 1929 St Lawrence skiff has been beautifully restored. The builder is unknown. Comes with two sets of cherry oars.
2880339 Feet 1929 Minett-Shields Triple Cockpit$550,000
This iconic 1929 Minett Shields custom built and hand crafted 38 foot vessel was designed by John Hacker and is constructed of solid mahogany. This signature craft was the pride of the builder and was featured in many of the companies promotional material throughout the 1930's. It features a 2-step planing hull capable of speeds in excess of 50 MPH. The stepped hull design is considered the fore running design technology to that of the present day hydroplanes. The boat's innovative design has been imitated in days since but never duplicated, mass produced, nor has it been improved to this day. The boat is truly a unique, one of a kind, embodying not only stability, speed and comfort, but also embodies the elegance and style of a bygone era. This is a fabulous original custom built for James Murdoch who was the President of Noranda Mines and almost 30 other companies. Totally restored in 2010, she is a real beauty!!
3001530 Feet 1929 Hacker Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout owned by Alan Jackson$675,000
This Hacker Craft triple was purchased new in 1929 by a Manhattan Episcopalian bishop at the New York City Boat Show. She remained on Lake George, NY until 1989, when purchased by renowned wood boat afficionado Mark Mason of Lake Winnipesaukee. She was purchased by Alan Jackson in 2003, at 74 years old in unrestored and original condition. Will O’ The Wisp then went through a 3-year professional restoration and is now undoubtedly the nicest 30 ft Hacker in the World!
3017027 Feet 1929 Minett Shields Runabout$200,000
This boat was the first boat built under the Minett-Shields name and was the prototype hull design of Minett Shields for the construction of Fleetwood II and Llanlady. The well engineered hull design delivers a smooth ride in all kinds of water. She has been kept locally since day one. The original 6 cylinder motor was removed and replaced with its current Buchanan 283 in 1956.
2990438 Feet 1929 Elco Aft Cabin Cruiser$325,000
The Abel Hand is possibly the finest restoration of all classic yachts, with over a 22,000 man-hour restoration: frames, planking, pilothouse, sole replaced. A relentless quest for perfection. The Abel Hand, originally christened Mouette in 1929, and rumored to have been built as the honeymoon yacht for Colonel Charles Lindbergh and Ann Morrow, is an historic masterpiece. Elegance, warmth and comfort, she accommodates a party of 4 in two separate cabins. A well-designed galley is provided, and of course separate bathrooms. The amidship pilothouse glistens with brass and brightwork, and is highly functional, not to mention fun. Truly a journey back in time, the Abel Hand has been owned by the same family for the last 30 years. Where ever you go, you will be the center of attention in what may be the greatest classic yacht currently offered in America.
2973422 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Cadet$79,500
Triple cockpit. Completely restored in 2010 by Bronson Boat Works. Repowered with a small block 350 for power and reliability. Leather upholstery. Excellent overall condition!
3032722 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Cadet$19,900
This is a "barn fresh" Chris Craft Cadet! Restorable examples like this are getting to be few and far between. The boat is in very reasonable shape with most of its original hardware. The windshield has been removed and it was repowered at one point in time. This is an excellent opportunity to desirable, unrestored early Chris Craft!
3033926 Feet 1929 Minett Shields Runabout$275,000
Minett Shields only built 4 hard chined runabouts between 1928 and 1933. All are exquisite examples of the company's craftsmanship. This 1929 example has all of its original hardware including the original Minett Shields ornament on her bow light. These were often removed or lost. She was repowered with a Mercruiser V8 but the original Scripps engine is included. The boat was varnished this year and shows very well. Always boathouse kept and maintained to a high degree. A new bottom was installed in 1986 ( traditional) and the always sits in it's boathouse all year long. Currently in the water and ready to use!
2719022 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Cadet$39,950
This is a very nice, original boat. The engine was completely overhauled in 2000. Electircal has been upgraded to 12 volts. It was used in summer 2006. Stored inside when out of water.
2842926 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$154,000
This is a verty rare and desireable Chris Craft triple Cockpit Runabout. It recently when through a partial restoration which included having 2 planks replaced in the bottom andfresh coats of bottom paint. it also had a complete strip and refinsh with 8 coats of fresh varnish. This is a classic upswept deck and well presrved spending all of it;s life in the New England area. It has modern power and reliability and is a classic boat for any lake and your boathouse. Delivery arrangemenst may be arranged for any successful owner.
2852238 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter$50,000
This is an extraordinary opportunity to own a 1929 Chris Craft Commuter. Once known as Wall Street Commuters, Chris Craft sold out of the entire years production on the first day of the NYC Boat Show in 1929. Today only a few of these remain. This boat was restored to be a live aboard boat for the owner in his retirement years in Florida. Circumstances have changed but $ 250K has been invested into the boat and it is near completion. The new owner will have the opportunity to select and choose the final interior colors, engines and appointments to make the boat his/hers. Please call Peter at 315-783-6100 to discuss this project.
3691924 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$89,900
Very clean boat that has gone through a bottom up restoration a couple years ago. 5200 bottom, refastened, chrome redone, interior, gauges, wiring all done at the same time. Engine also went trough a complete rebuild. Always boat house kept. This boat is ready to use or show today.
3715826 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit$99,000
This is a beautifully restored Chris Craft Triple cockpit built in 1929. Fully restored in side and out you will notice the attention to detail by the quality work inside the engine compartment. New 5200 bottom, upholstery and fresh show quality chrome and gauges. No detail spared and kept in an environmentally friendly showroom in Colorado. The Chrysler 440 engine has been stroked to 498 cubic inches. Leather seats and custom leather removable floors.
3714916 Feet 1929 Old Town Canoe$1,900
Your chance to own a great piece of Adirondack history! 1929 OLD TOWN canoe from an Adirondack great camp, ALBEDOR. The camp was built in 1929 at a cost of over $500,000. This canoe was part of the camp. It is a top of the line OLD TOWN with mahogany details. Fiberglassed at one point during its life. One of the only other canoes from this great camp is owned by the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain. This is a great canoe with plenty of historical interest.
3654024 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$94,900
Show condition boat that is just out of a complete bottom up restoration to include 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, all chrome and gauges redone, interior done to original and more. All work was professionally done by a well known shop. This boat is ready to show or use and have fun with.
3650220 Feet 1929 Dodge Watercar Runabout$29,000
Completely restored with west bottom and topsides, new decks, transom, upholstery, fuel tank, wire and chrome. Rebuilt original 0 hour Universal Six by Mark Wilson Brant Lake N.Y. Rare boat in excellent condition. Tandem trailer included.
3065526' Feet 1929 Fitzgerald & Lee Runabout$36,000
Built in Alexandria Bay, Fitzgerald and Lees were renowned for their design an craftsmanship. They were also the largest Gar Wood dealer This boat has a new WEST bottom, engine and gas tanks. The decks have been reconfigured to make a very nice split cockpit runabout. New hardware a upholstery make this a fun and easy to maintain recreational boat. Trailer reconditioned w/sandblast, military primer, finish coat dk green, new wiring/LED lights, New treated full length (30ft.) planking w/new industrial grade carpeting, re-packed bearings.
3087030 Feet 1929 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout$199,000
Lyon was a smooth talking salesman who at one time had the exclusive rights to sell Gar Wood boats to well heeled clients in New York City. His desire to build his own boats damaged that relationship and the stock market crash served notice that the company would not survive. As such few of these boats remain to this day and they are prized by collectors. This boat was originally owned by the founder of the Colgate Company and the boat has Won Best of Show" in every show that it has entered. The boat is solid in every way and ready for a new Captain.
3085724 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$37,000
This beautiful Chris Craft Triple was completely restored and launched in 2010. The battens have been replaced, but she retains her original bottom and hull planking that are in very nice shape. Totally refastened, bottom bedded in 5200 and fastened with stainless. The transom has been replaced, along with frames, knees , and battens. The hardware has all been re-chromed or polished, new Stewart Warner gauges to complement the fresh Chevrolet 283 engine. New fuel tank installed and the boat has been rewired to a 12 volt system. EZ Loader trailer has 4 new tires and pulls nicely. Needs nothing but a new captain.
3141630 Feet 1929 Sea Lyon Model 45 Runabout$280,000
Howard Lyon was a smooth talking salesman who convinced Gar Wood to grant him the exclusive arrangement to sell his Runabouts after Gar watched him successfully sell his 33 Foot Baby Gar's in record numbers. Eventually going on to build his own boats, Lyon purchased land in New York City and built 6 different models of runabouts including the 30 Foot Sea Lyon with a 200 HP Sterling Petrel engine which would sell for $ 5950.00. Known for their level riding and excellent visibility, 5 section windshield, the long deck boats were made to be at the high end of the market. The stock market crash ended this dream and left behind a handful of these exquisite boats. The boat is in showroom condition today and ready to contend at the country's top boat shows!
318421929 Kermath Dual Carb 200 HP engine$19,500
Fully rebuilt engine from bottom up. . The manifolds are new Crow Custom Cast welded. There are 2 options for the Carbs. The Scheblers have a very well deserved reputation and nicknamed the "leakers" for a reason and I would not use them in any of my boats. The Zeniths have a slightly larger bore and work very well on this engine. They should provide a few more ponies to boot. I will provide either set of carbs for my price. PRICE JUST REDUCED 7/31/17.
3194638 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Commuter$125,000
This very rare 1929 38 Foot Chris Craft Commuter was once located in Canada and has been undergoing a full restoration including a new bottom, sides, decks, frames, superstructure , ribs and interior. The extent of the work was thorough and complete and includes a full West System on the bottom. Regrettably the owner can no longer finish the project and is ready to part with the boat to an individual who will finish the work required which will include new power plants, wiring, mechanicals, rudder and shafts. This is undoubtedly the easy part of the project and the one which will yield the most noticeable results.
3182828 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Baby Gar$35,000
1929 Baby Gar 28 ft.(my favorite boat out of the 4 I purchased). Includes mostly complete original numbers matching Chrysler Imperial 6cyl 106hp engine. This is an unmolested very original boat down to the remnants of original upholstery. I have grand plans for this one. It is one with the "Black Beauty" option from the factory with black painted sides and red bottom. It is a striking combination when done properly.
3182928 Feet 1929 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$35,000
Triple cockpit with Scripps 202 6cyl 678ci 200hp engine. Original gauges. Was bought in the 1000 Islands region of NY two years ago. Hull #293170
3748616 Feet 1929 St Lawrence River Skiff$4,500
Built prior to 1929 by the St. Lawrence River, Canoe & Steam Lanch Company in Clayton, New York. This model appears to be a hybrid of canoe, skiff and guide boat designs. The boat is strip planked in Cedar over Ash frames and keel, with Walnut trim and Spruce natural crook stems. The boat is nearly all original, only small repairs and complete refinishing were necessary to put it back into service. The hull is stiff, fair and solid with no leaks. The boat was stripped, repaired, treated thoroughly with penetrating epoxy, and properly varnished. Some hardware had to be faithfully recreated to replace missing or broken originals. Care was taken to leave as much original material as possible. The boat comes with a variety of original accessories that it was found with. A canvas covered cork life ring and two paddles with matching logo, a pair of Spaulding oars, and a period correct brass bilge pump. All the work was done by the current owner, a professional shipwright with 10 years in the field.
3741228 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$175,000
Wonderfully restored and one of Chris Craft's premier triple cockpit runabout models. Chris Craft only built 169 28 Custom Runabouts between 1929 and 1931. This example shows true pride of ownership and has an exceptional mirror-finish varnish job. She has been repowered with a 440cid Chrysler Wedge, big block engine. She is quick and reliable with a vintage engine that has its own "cool factor".
3727718 Feet 1929 American Car & Foundry Triple Cockpit Outboard$24,000
This is a very intriguing, deluxe outboard model built the American Car & Foundry corporation in 1929. The "Wason" model features a unique triple cockpit design and an inset outboard configuration with the engine sitting in a motor-well. This example was rescued in 2007 and then underwent a comprehensive restoration where she was totally replanked in Honduran mahogany, refinished, reupholstered, and powered with a rare electric starting Evinrude Speedifour outboard engine. The boat runs excellent and is a real head turner. Originally advertised as "America's Super-Outboard", the Wason-18 is a significant part of outboard history.
37770-- Feet 1929 Sterling Petrol Engine L-6$ Call for Pricing
Offered for sale is a Sterling Petrol engine. This engine is a L-6 offering 678 cu. in and 225 HP. Purchased over 10 years ago the engine has been awaiting the perfect boat to be put back into for use once again. The owner of this engine never ended up finding this project and is now ready to sell the engine. The next owner no doubt will deploy this into a fabulous boat and allow this great engine to once again come back to life. Pictures available in a few days
3795226 Feet 1929 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$139,000
The iconic Chris Craft triple cockpit, Model-7 runabout! This is a shining example of Chris Smith's work. Green leather Kapock-filled upholstery, silver 5-gauge instrument cluster, original super-rare Kroh convertible top, and powered by the only engine that Chris Craft manufactured in house; the mighty A-70 225hp. The A-70 engine is original to the boat and has been restored to the same degree as the hull. Absolutely pristine and preserved with its original wood. Every aspect of the boat is restored to original, including the gray linoleum flooring. A true collector's piece!
3827816' Feet 1929 Old Town Canoe$1,750
1929 with paperwork, excellent condition, was stored under an enclosed porch for many years just discovered when cleaning out uncle's home (who was 93). Canvas only thing not original on this canoe, according to paperwork was red. water tight.
3805916 Feet 1929 Peterborough Sailing Canoe $1,500
The Peterborough Canoe Company was one of Canada's largest and best known boat builders. 16 Feet 1929 Peterborough Sailing Canoe 1929 Peterborough Canoe complete with rudder, sailing rig, and oars. She was beautifully restored in 2001 and has not seen the water since. Well documented restoration.
3807118'6" Feet 1929 Barnes Manufacturing$24,000
A Beautiful Custom 18'6" Wooden Launch made by Barnes Manufacturing in the NY Finger Lakes. The boat is in Great Condition. It's been stored in an upstate NY barn, suspended from a ceiling, for many years. Everything is original, with wicker seats, and all hardware right down to the fire extinguisher. The wooden surrey top hangs on the wall beside the boat, but the fabric is long gone, so it needs replaced.
384221929 Kermath Model-200 Engine$4,000
Offered for sale is a complete 1929 Kermath Model-200 engine as well as a 1927 Kermath Model-150 for parts. Between the two engines, there should be enough parts to have a functional Model-200. The 200 is a complete engine, but with one bad cylinder. The cylinder bank from the 150 engine is identical and in good condition, making a suitable replacement. Offered at a very reasonable price!
3837030' Feet 1929 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout $96,500
1929 30' Hutchinson custom triple cockpit Gentleman's runabout. Hacker design. Only one ever built for the Smith family who owned the Historic Smith Tower building in Seattle,WA. Have all documentation and photos of restoration. Hull completely professionally restored. New big block chev.engine, new heavy duty velvadrive transmission.New shaft and shaft log. All new hardware and chrome. New seat platform and backs. New bulkheads, battery box's, dash's and ceiling boards. New cutwater. Just needs to be re-upholstered. Choose your color and style. New custom built heavy duty dolly. Boat when completely restored is valued over $200,000.
3837614 Feet 1930 Peterborough Skiff$5,500
Offered for sale is a very rare 14 Foot Peterborough Skiff built in 1930. The Skiff was restored by Brackley Boats on Gravenhurst, Ontario and has been seldom used and boathouse kept it's whole career. This is a fine example of a well known Canadian builder, in excellent condition and string in it's appearance. Included in the sale are two sets of Shaw & Tenney spoon oars which are also in excellent shape. Over the years the Skiff has had some new floorboards, new ribs, planking and fresh varnish. Own a piece of Canadian history- Use it or display it at your choice.
3844922 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$75,000
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!
3845540 Feet 1930 Luders Commuter Yacht$79,900
"Horizon" is a beautiful double stateroom Commuter Yacht with a completely rebuilt engine, repainted and varnished last year. She is boathouse kept year around. Forward stateroom has a large enclosed head with hot and cold running water, hanging locker & chest of drawers, and 4 berths. The aft stateroom has 2 berths, hanging locker and enclosed head.The galley has been updated and the icebox converted to 120 volts. She cruises at 12 knots burning only 2 1/2 gallons an hour. She is a beautiful yacht, reminiscent of the Wall Street Commuters of the 1920's and early 1930's.
3809017 Feet 1930 Dowsett Rowing Skiff$3,900
This is a beautiful rowing skiff built by W.J. Dowsett of Portland, ON. Dowsett built a variety of rowing skiffs, inboard motor skiffs, launches, and runabouts; many of which remain in the area today! This example has been lovingly restored with all new ribs and planking where necessary. Complete with an original set of Dowsett oars, which are very distinctive in their construction. These skiffs are a pleasure to row and the perfect addition to your cottage!
3809318 Feet 1930 Peterborough Outboard$4,200
One of the largest cedar strip outboard models produced by Peterborough! She would have been well suited for rough waters and could accommodate a vintage 4 cylinder engine with ease! Equipped with 3 complete rows of seating and twin jumpseats in the the stern. Nicely restored and features all new ribs, floorboards, transom, etc. Needs nothing but a good wash and your favorite engine!
3813648 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Commuter$675,000
Hull #1 of only five 48 foot Commuter models built by Chris Craft. One of two remaining. Inspired by the success of the 38 foot Commuter, the 48 foot model was Chris Craft's impressive flagship model of the motor yacht fleet. Built to provide her owner with rapid high speed transportation, Allez was capable of speeds up to 30mph and could taxi 30 passengers. Equipped with all of the amenities of home, including a galley, salon area, forward and stern staterooms, and ample entertaining area. Allez is the original prototype and exact boat featured in Chris Craft's sales literature. She was displayed at the 1930 New York City and Miami boat shows prior to her first ownership. Imagine touring Allez in 1930 while Chris Craft's salesman demonstrated the boat's elaborate sliding screen mechanism for the forward cabin, crank windows, salon radio, and other features never before-seen in the luxury boating realm. Allez is a very significant part of motor yachting history. She has been painstakingly restored and is ready for her next caretaker. This is the first time the boat has been offered for sale on the open market since 1976.
3790628 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Triple Cockpit Runabout$199,000
Rare fully restored boat finished in 2015. All work professionally done . Complete paper trailer of restoration included. Restoration to include 5200 bottom, stringers and most frames, sides and decks are original, complete Scripps 202 engine fully rebuilt, new interior, all chrome and gauges were redone, interior, wiring, fuel tank were all replaced. No expense was spared and nothing over looked. This is an excellent chance to own one of these rare beauties for your own. The boat comes on a Newer Tandem Axle Aluminum Trailer.
3796920 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Model 100 Triple Cockpit$59,900
Current owner purchased this beautiful Model 100 triple cockpit boat in 1996. She was completely restored before going into the water in 1997, refinished again in 2016. and has won many boat show awards over the years. All chrome has been replated since 1997. Her bottom is 5200 method with new paint. Electrical is 12 volt system. All dash components work and maintain the original look. Dual-exhaust engine runs great with no oil consumption and provides perfect power for this boat. Fill the seats and go!!
3776919' Feet 1930 Rochester Double Cockpit Runabout $30,000
In the same Family since 1997 this rare Rochester Runabout was Built in Rochester N.Y by Rochester boat+ engine. Preserved boat with 98% original wood. Bottom, topsides and decks all refastened. Complete refinish in and out, new chrome, upholstery, fuel tank + wire. Correct Lycoming UAB, original hardware + original N.Y.gauges. Very rare boat, 1st place Winnipesaukee, Meredith N.H.show 2007. Excellent condition, cover + trailer included. Very low numbers and so few of these left to this day. We believe that this may be the only 19 Foot Rochester still in existence.
3726628 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$215,000
Purchased from the original owner in Louisville, KY in 1998. Engine and boat was completely refastened and restored from 1998 through to 2001. New varnish applied in 2012. Bottom is excellent and water tight. Restoration by the best, engine done by George Shinn, balanced and blue printed. All original hardware, instrumentation, engine, seat springs, seat frames, bow and stern poles, running lights and lenses. Marine seat leather dyed to original color specification of the boat. All wood framing has matching serial numbers. Engine has added steering wheel choke. Boat is in overall excellent condition and was in the water in summer of 2015.
3734838 Feet 1930 American Car & Foundry Commuter$125,000
One of only a handful left in existence, this 38' American Car & Foundry Commuter is exquisite. Much of the hard work has already been completed and she is ready to be finished by her new owner. Eastern Red Cedar hull planking, new bottom, 58 new steam bent white oak frames. Original layout with raised panel solid mahogany interior. original AB Sands porcelain fixtures, complete to toothbrush holder. Fore and Aft deck cockpits and fabulous for entertaining day cruising. New everything. Powered by twin, new John Deere marine diesel engines for reliability and long cruising range. Seating for 10-12 passengers. Add your own custom touches and enjoy!
3746015 Feet 1930 Peterborough Gull Rowing Skiff$1,500
This is a totally original, barn-fresh Peterborough Gull Rowing Skiff. This model features a square stern suitable for a small outboard motor. She has been stored indoors and still retains some of her original varnish. This would be a very manageable restoration project.
3746316 Feet 1930 Ditchburn Sailboat$2,500
Story has it that this is a Ditchburn-built sailboat. While unconfirmed, it has stylistic attributes of other Ditchburn smallcraft, and this is the story told to the seller when it was rescued. Very unique construction - the hull sides are comprise of 3 wide lapstrake planks. Well preserved and in original varnish - this is a great restoration project!
3182124 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple$10,500
Gray pattern boat. Very rare model. Deserves complete restoration. Hardware included. Farm-built trailer.
3066622 Feet 1930 Dowsett Inboard Motor Skiff$12,500
This beautiful motor skiff was built by W.J. Dowsett & Sons in Portland, Ontario. Dowsett was known for making some of the finest skiffs, motor skiffs, launches, and runabouts in the region. This skiff was commissioned by the current owner's grandfather and was launched in 1930. It has been well maintained and very original. Boat was in the water, running last season! Powered by a twin cylinder St. Lawrence engine.
3066426 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$89,000
An absolutley gorgeous 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout. This boat is perfect in every way. The boat has all of its original hardware including gauges, fresh varnish and was professionally restored a few years ago and hardly used since that time. The electrical system has been changed over to 12 Volt. The bottom is original with a few planks replaced a few years ago and refitted with 5200. The trailer is new and in new condition with very little actual transport use. The modern power engine runs strong and moves the boat along nicely and the owner does not hjave the original power plant that came with the boat in 1930. This is a great boat with a great history and with no excuses....It is ready to go and enjoy..
3070126 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Upswept$59,900
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.
3656416 Feet 1930 George Lawley and Sons Yacht Tender $7,500
This wooden launch was built in the 1930's and was designed by Charles Wells and built by George Lawley. She was originally a yacht tender to be rowed. In c.1950 she was modified with a deck and a 4 cylinder Palmer gas engine. In 2006 resoration of the deck and refinishing took place in Vinalhaven, Maine. In 2009 she was put in dry storage. The vessel is currently owned by a not for profit who are seeking a new Captain for the boat with all proceeds going to support their organizations efforts.
3663956 Feet 1930 Jacobson and Peterson Flatop Motor Yacht$399,000
This gorgeous Motor Yacht was delivered in 1930 despite the stock market crash the previous year. She has had a number of owners including the defense Department who pressed her into service during World War II. This gorgeous is low to the water allowing most people to step right off at the dock. It is perfect for entertaining as her aft cockpit comfortably accommodates 8 people or more. The boat can easily be handled by two and is perfect for a live aboard situation. A full electronics package, fridge, stove, two showers and a full bath. The boat also has a 1930 Penn Yan dinghy which is easily employed as a tender. The boat has been well maintained and will survey out well and be ready for cruising this season.
3662748 Feet 1930 Huckins Fairform Flyer Commuter$50,000
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.
3601922 Feet 1930 Garwood Baby Gar #3025$59,000
3702717 Feet 1930 Thompson Hiawatha Canoe$2,600
Canoe is all original except for new canvas, seat caning and 4 new ribs. No damage, no rot. Height of bows is 25 1/2" and gives a special look. Has not been used since new canvas, paint and varnish. The Hiawatha model was first introduced in 1921.
3706024 Feet 1930 Hacker Craft Dolphin Runabout$125,000
A keel up restoration was completed June 2015. New 5200 bottom, West System epoxy sides and decks, 12 coats of varnish with 3 coats of urethane for uv protection. No swelling or cracking of any seams, finish is like glass. Everything has been refinished. New custom venture trailer 2015. 440 Chrysler Marine engine equipped with closed cooling system. This boat took two awards at its first show. Very rare and a must see!
2823016 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe$1,200
This is a sweet blue 16 foot Old Town canoe just waiting for a good home and someone to bring her back to her original glory. Interior is fair. Outer hull is sound but the original canvas is bubbling and/or peeling in a few spots. Delivered to Livingston Sport Center in New Jersey on May 13, 1955. Yankee model, bright green on order. This is another fine example of an Old Town Canoe that will make a fine project or simply as a display. Make Offer
2811324 Feet 1930 Sea Lyon Model 35 Triple Cockpit$79,000
There are many collectors who know the story of Gar Wood giving exclusive rights to selling Gar Wood boats to Charles Lyon only to later build his own boats. This is a beautiful triple cockpit Sea Lyon, fresh out of complete restoration. Show quality varnish, upholstery, engine rebuild and chrome. This boat was advertised in the brochure to attain 35mph with the 110hp Chrysler. This is a true "collectors boat" as there are a limited amount of Sea Lyon's available. Also noteworthy is the bronze hardware and the fact that this boat was screwed from the inside giving it a magnificent look. All Sea Lyon's are triple cockpit models because the company was after the "luxury portion" of the market. Truly a wonderful example of a limited edition boat.
2714020 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Model M-100$44,900
Antique triple-cockpit runabout. This boat was completely restored in 1998 by Dale Tassel in Mount Dora, Florida. Engine was restored by Robert & Peter Hentle. If you have been waiting for a 20 foot triple in great condition, this is it. Rollf Axle Corp tandem axle trailer is included. Priced at only $44,900.
2665835 Feet 1930 Miss Dee Wite Torpedo Triple Cockpit Runabout$600,000
This is quite likely the ONLY unrestored Gold Cup Race boat in the country. This beauty has a wondeful history, Twin V12's and art deco styling reminiscent of that era. The engines are rebuilt and ready to go but the hull will require work. The term "one of a kind" is overused, but in this case it is the best way to describe this boat. Over $ 70K has been invested into the reconditioning of these engines. This boat is destined to be the most talked about boat in the country once it is put back into action by the next owner. The current owner has over $ 500k invested in this project and will entertain reasonable offers as well as possible trades for wooden boats under 27', classic cars or a late model 55' to 65' Motoryacht such as a Fleming, Sonship or similar.
2562916 Feet 1930 Old Town Canoe$2,500
This is a 1930 Old Town canoe. She is a multiple show winner that has been re-painted and re-varnished. Very nice condition. It was appraised by Old town for $9,000.
2650117 Feet 1930 Peterborough Gull Skiff$8,000
This is a cedar rowing skiff bearing the serial number #5136115. It has no rot and every piece of wood is original. It has the original oar locks with spoon blade oars and was always kept indoors. It has a double rowing station and double scarf joint. Boat has a wine glass stern and a raked transom along with half round ash ribs. The actual year is unknown but it is beleived to be between 1925 and 1935. This boat was purchased as part of a property acquisition and came with it 5 years ago and the owner is now ready to sell the boat. This boat has a survey conducted by the late Jonathan Watson attesting to it's overall impressive condition. This is believed to be a Gull model which is a very rare and beauctiful model with excellent lines.
3031916 Feet 1930 Peterborough Campmate$3,500
1930's Peterborough "Campmate" outboard model. Fairly uncommon and in very original condition. 14 feet long, stored indoors for the last 20 years. Boat needs some restoration but is a nice survivor. Comes with a vintage Tee Nee trailer!
3042222 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$98,000
A beautifully restored boat, "Gypsy" has won awards in shows throughout the Northeast including "Best of Show" in Montreal and "Best Gar Wood" in Clayton, NY and Lake Winnipesaukee. Her restoration included a new bottom, complete refinish, leather upholstery, correct restored gauges and chrome plating. All of the mechanical systems were rebuilt and attention was paid to details throughout the boat. The engine was restored and a second spare engine is included. Boat comes on a trailer and with tonneau and trailering covers.
2987928 Feet 1930 Fitzgerald & Lee Custom Launch$15,000
This is a 28' custom built, mahogany-planked, chauffeur-driven fishing boat that was ordered and delivered to Dewey Island, just opposite Alexandria Bay which opertaed from 1930-1950. While similar to other social/fishing launches, it differs from most in that it was planked smooth skinned design of lapstrake and has a large cockpit layout with a separating roll up window that gave the hull an opulence afforded by people such as the owner whom was the chairperson of the Republican party for the State of Delaware. Requires restoration but this boat has an incredible history. the boat was featured in Bob Speltz "The Real runabouts, Volume V" on page 145.
2900128 Feet 1930 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$200,000
Boat is registered with the Gar Wood society. Number 209 of 305. Boathouse stored and ready to use. The boat has been repowered and is quick and reliable.
2900520 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$85,000
This boat is a proven Show Winner and has a nice pedigree. Boat has been re-done completely and this year just had the chrome all re-done. The boat is completely dry with a new interior and correct engine. The boat has scored 98 at the Clayton Boat Show and is correct and perfect in every way. It has also won Best Pre-War Chris Craft at another prestigous Show.
2902812 Feet 1930 Old Town Square Stern Canoe$1,800
This is a lovely Old Town square stern canvas canoe. it has been completely restored and rebuilt from its original construction in the 1930's. The canoe is all new with the exception of the ribs. It is painted red and looks almost too nice to put in the water. It was originally a 16 foot canoe which had to be altered because the last 4 feet were beyond repair.
2959626 Feet 1930 Chris Craft Custom Runabout$365,000
JP III was delivered to Sweden in 1930 to Mr. JP Åhlén, a very famous Swedish entrepreneur. Today she's totally restored back to excellent condition including her original engine and a sister engine beside. With new decks, bottom and interior built to old specifications, she's a real one-of-a-kind and a beautiful boat to drive and use.
29461 Feet 1930's Kermath Inboard Engine$3,000
1930's Kermath 100 or Kermath Sea Captain. Needs to be restored, but is all together.
27817 Feet 1930's Kermath Sea Rover Engine$15,000
Motor looks to be in excellent condition.Come complete with driveshaft and prop. Has the orginal parts except the generator which has been renewed. 6 cylinder, dual ignition.
3607716 Feet 1930's Adirondack Guide Boat$8,500
A very original and well preserved Adirondack Guide Boat. This boat came off of a Great Camp on Lake Placid in the heart of the Adirondacks and is still in the same Family today. It has since been moved to Minnesota where it was stored indoors and carefully preserved with little to no use. It has the original oars and oar locks along with a cover.
3586820 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch$1,500
Varnished mahogany planking on steam-bent white oak ribs. Mahogany decks and transom. Original engine was a 4 cylinder Buchanan Junior. This once lovely vessel has been repaired many times over the years. She will now require all new steam-bent ribs, a new bottom, transom, decks, several planks, and complete refinishing inside and out. She is a rare model of Peterborough and worthy of an ambitious restorer's efforts!
3081220 Feet 1930's Peterborough Launch$4,000
A beautiful piece of Canadian Craftsmanship and worthy of a restoration. The boat has varnished mahogany planking on steam bent white oak ribs. The boat has mahogany decks and transom and includes an original 4 cylinder Buchanan "Junior" engine.
3133438 ' 6 Feet 1930's Matthews Single Cabin$45,000
This 1930's Matthews Single Cabin had a new survey done in November 2012 supporting the current insured value of $ 68,500.00. Price reduced to $ 45,000. Owned by the same family since 1938 with an extensive restoration done in the late 90's. Except for a few modern conveniences, like an Onan genset and electric galley added, the boat is kept as originally designed and built. Includes sails and and original Old Town Yacht tender.
384671930's Feet Old Town Dinghy/ Yacht Tender $2,500
This is a very light and satisfactory Tender that was built by the Old To0wn Canoe Company for a Yacht or Launch. They were very popular but are very hard to find today. The boat will carry a large load, is easily handled and tows well. These Yacht tenders had cedar ribs and planking. The stems, knees and rudder were made of Ash or Oak. The wood work was finished in a natural color and the boat was covered with a heavy grade canvas which gave it a waterproof coating when painted. The boat comes with the original oars and bronze oar locks and will make a great display or is ready to go back in the water.
2837618 Feet 1930-40 Knapp Motor Skiff$14,900
Boat restored mid-90's in Gananoque. Epoxy bottom. Original 2 Cyl St Lawrence engine fitted with belt driven electric starter.
2758226 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cokcpit Runabout$ Call for pricing
1931 26' swept deck triple cockpit Chris Craft Model 212. Only 22 of these boats were manufactured and only 5 are known to exist today. She has all original gauges and hardware. New bottom, stainless fuel tanks. Powered by a 454 Crusader engine that runs perfect. This is a multiple award winner and has been featured in many publications. Special seat design armrests in first 2 cockpits. Comes with a custom tandem axle trailer. She has spent a lifetime on fresh water lakes of NH.
3074135 Feet 1931 Hutchinson Commuter Sedan$280,000
Own a piece of 1000 Islands history - a truly one of a kind Hutchinson sedan. Only 2 owners since new in the 1930's and always on the St. Lawrence River. This boat is Beautifully restored and ready for you and your guest to cruise across the waves in total luxury. A must have for any collector. Boathouse kept its whole life. Repowered with a 350 Crusader a few years ago, original engine is also available.
3665222 Feet 1931 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout Model 22-35$74,900
One of only eight made in 1931! Two of these models are known to exist today. This 22 foot Gar Wood triple is in excellent condition and shows very well. Older restoration, kept on a lift and used sparingly. New 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!
3830622 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model-201 Triple Cockpit Runabout$55,000
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!
3823717 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Model 199 Runabout$39,900
Kings Transom is a rare 1931 Model 199 Chris Craft Runabout that has been restored to show condition. She has won many first place trophies over the years (as recently as 2016), competing in the preserved antique runabout class. The restoration was done by the well known restorer, Wayne Mocksfield. The boat has been refreshed a few times over the 20 years we have been her caretaker to keep her in perfect condition. She sports a jewel-like Model B Chris Craft engine, original restored working gauges, all leather upholstery and all correct fittings. Included in sale: two waterline canvas covers bunk trailer with LED lights
3820522 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Model 202$15,500
This is a 1931 CC Model 202 Upswept deck Triple Cockpit Runabout. The boat has its original motor that runs very well. Owner has had the boat since 1980. As well as the original motor all her original hardware is original and present so is the original instrument panel. Green leather rolled and pleated upholstery is in great condition. Being out of the water for approximately 10 years stored indoors covered she will require varnish and some bottom work. The boat was launched in 2016 to float her for a while and to run the motor. Last survey for this upswept deck Chris Craft was done in 2014 This is a moderate price for this classic runabout.
3751718 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Split Cockpit Model 302 $14,500
1931 18 foot Model # 302 Chris Craft mfg'd June of 1931 for model year 1932 hull ID 18-000 original papers avail. Original top decks sound bottom topsides and transom have been rewooded Motor has been rebuilt with hardened valve guides needs paint and polish replated hdwr new cutwater new Windsor top feed stainless fuel tank,everything is included with this complete boat.
3741526 Feet 1931 Dodge Split Cockpit Runabout$50,000
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!
3758819 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Runabout$23,000
The Dwight Lumber Company elected to start building boats during the winter months given their access to quality material and carpenters. Their boats were highly regarded but regretfully they only built boats for a short time. This boat is a very nice example of their craftsmanship. Offered along with the original model T engine.
3795121'6 Feet 1931 Dodge Model 21A Split Cockpit Runabout$189,000
One of the rarest and most elegant examples of Horace Dodge's boatbuilding history - the model 21A features a sleek sheerline, dual folding v-windshields, Duesenberg steering wheel, and Cord shifter. Approximately 5 of these 21A models are known to exist today and this is one of two known to exist with its original Lycoming 125hp straight-8 engine! Purchased from a private collection where the boat had been stored for 40 years. Originally purchased and used in the Muskoka region of Ontario. She has recently gone through a comprehensive 4,000 hour restoration and is absolutely stunning!
3793524 Feet 1931 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$30,000
Completely untouched original Chris Craft Triple - hull # 2577 with 5 gauge German Silver panel and gauges in excellent condition. The quinessential "Pre-Restoric" barn find! Complete hardware and original Chrysler LM Silverdome. Straight boat stored inside for 36 years, needs very little woodwork. Rare original Black waterline boat. May be one of the last original complete swept decks left. Roadworthy tandem trailer included.
3793717 Feet 1931 Dee Wite Split Cockpit Runabout$27,500
The boat appears to be in very nice condition and should be water ready with minimal attention for this coming season. Sold complete with a cover and custom trailer. Only one other 17 footer is known to exist. Numerous 1st place awards at Lake Tahoe Concourse. The boat was purchased kin 1996 and went through a restoration where all topside wood was removed and refastened and all of the original interior was reconstructed as pre original. The Stuart Warner gauges were located and restored and installed. The Dwight Lumber Company built boats mainly in the winter from 1929-1935. These boats were well constructed and given the firms ready access to wood were made only using the finest hardwoods. Regretfully the firm like so many others did not survive through the depression.
3794512' 6" Feet 1931 Herreshoff Day Sailer$18,000
This 1931 Herreshoff was built by Francis Herreshoff himself in his facility in Bristol, RI. Buoyant and stable, with a ballasted keel - virtually the whole boat is a large, deep cockpit that will seat four in comfort, and offers a great feeling of security. Boat is in good condition, refastened, brightwork renewed and recent sails. Complete with canvas cover. A bilge pump powered by a solar panel was added last year. This is a truly wonderful day sailer and very sought-after classic.
36523Hall Scott Invader 168$5,000
Here is a Hall-Scott Invader 168, the most significant and best known model produced between 1931 and 1941 when Hudson took over war time production under license. Ready to be rebuilt for your project!
3119224'8 Feet 1932 Hacker Double Cockpit Runabout$33,000
Built 1932 by Sinclair and Son, Chesapeake Shipbuilding Co, Oxford, MD using white oak substructure provided by Brooks Boat Co.,John Hacker-designed. Bottom and topsides in 5/8" Norway white cedar using copper rivets. Decked in 1/2" Phil. Most hardware is original and replated. Blue leather upholstery, linoleum flooring, new wiring, shaft, prop, rudder. Original building contracts, Brooks literature, Dept. of Commerce Registration. Correct MD title. This is a preservation class boat. Solid and clean throughout, and beautifully detailed. Outstanding survey. Selling out of long-term layup, as is. This one is truly rare.
3156017 Feet 1932 Pigeon Inboard Runabout$15,000
Originally built on the east coast, Pigeon produced this 17 semi-displacement runabout with an early Johnson/Lycoming inboard/outdrive unit. She was repowered many years later, and eventually repowered with a modern engine and surface drive unit during its recent restoration. While slightly modified from its original configuration, the boat has been nicely refitted and performs well! Classic design, quick, maneuverable, and lots of fun!
2744823 Feet 1932 City Island Boatworks Islander$22,000
Winner of Best Antique Cruiser in Alex Bay & Clayton 2006. Best preserved cruiser in Gravenhurst 2007, and in Manotick. It is used regularly and works well. The electrical was converted to 12 volt in 2006. It is painted white and green with bright trim. This is a very original boat. Comes with a full waterline cover.
2817016 Feet 1933 Dodge Model 301 Utility$10,000
This is the only 1933 Model 301 Dodge utility that exists in the world. This boat has won several top awards, including the Tahoe Concours and the ACBS International Boat Show award. Restoration by Dodge Boat Owners Association President, Dave Triano. The boat comes with full leather-bound documentation of the restoration, the original Dodge Boat Company advertisement, the original Lycoming engine manual, four custom canvas boat bags, handwoven cotton fenders & lines and a custom fitted canvas show cover. This is a beautiful one of a kind Dodge boat. A great addition to any serious collectors boathouse.
29081 Feet 1933 Lycoming Engine$500
Motor disassembled, but mostly complete. Motor was running when removed from 1933 model 301 Dodge. Reason motor disassembled unknown.
3138715' 6 Feet 1933 Chris Craft Special Runabout$18,500
Recent Survey/Above Average Condition includes the trailer. Flags (Chris Craft front pennant and American Flag rear pennant, paddle, life jackets, bumpers, lines, anchor, manuals, and all the information that was sold to use with the boat when it was purchased. She’s been kept inside storage, winterized every fall and launched every spring. She was shown at a few antique and classic boat shows and did quite well in her class. We would have done better if we had a more complete history of her.
3181416 Feet 1933 Duke Playmate$15,000
In 1933 John Stevenson of Beaumaris, Ontario asked Duke Boats of Port Carling to build him a deluxe fishing boat. Duke took the design of the disappearing Propeller Boat and widened it, squared the stern and installed a Baby Buchanan Baby Four 15HP motor. The "Playmate" line was so popular that over the years more than 150 were built with minor changes along the way first to a centre drive and then front drive. The boat has won many awards over the years and a number of Classic Boat Shows and is now being offered for sale.
3175513 Feet 1933 Homemade Mahogany Runabout$1,950
Built from a kit in 1933. Mahogany wood is in great shape. Trailer has Model T Ford wheels and a spare tire. Current owner has had the boat since 1970. Registration is current as well.
3105715 Feet 1933 Old Town Canoe$1,500
Originally built in 1933 and shipped to Jordon Marsh of Boston in October of the same year. It is 15' and is a model 50, meaning its design weight was 50 lbs. The current owner purchase the boat at auction in 1972 in Penacook, NH. The canoe is in original condition with some cracked ribs, but it is still usable as is. The canoe ID# is 112839.
3710921 Feet 1933 Port Carling Boat Works Triple Cockpit Runabout$25,000
1933 Port Carling Seabird custom built 21 ft triple cockpit complete with dual axle custom trailer. Fully restored in 2004. Varnish freshened plus engine tuned and new floorboards in 2015. Always boat house stored. A very nice Canadian built classic from the right era! This boat was owned for 55 years by a Medical Doctor near Orillia. The boat is now undergoing 2 coats of fresh varnish and new battleship linoleum on the floor.
3803321 Feet 1933 Hacker Utility$34,900
The seller has owned the boat for almost 60 years now. The bottom has been replaced with 5200 bottom. The engine has been totally rebuilt.Comes with a tandem axle trailer and cover. Great chance to own this iconic piece of history.
3762336' Feet 1933 Robinson Marine Seagull$210,000
Isabella was designed by john hacker for a commuter service that ran between Mt. Clemens to Detroit. One of three, Isabella is the only survivor and the last 36' Robinson Seagull. She was commandeered by the navy and served as a border patrol boat between Mackinaw and Down Town Detroit. Her owner bought her back at the end of the war for one dollar. The third owner, loui, a cabinet maker, owned her a bunch years and kept her alive until I acquired her. I was the owner of a boat repair business in Detroit and picked Isabella up at an auction. For the next 30 years I restored her back to original. the V-12 has low hrs. and runs like a watch. She has won in every show enter. to see show records and the restoration, go to isabellayacht.weebly.com
3830718 Feet 1934 Chris Craft Custom Runabout$49,000
You are looking at a gorgeous 18 Foot Chris Craft Custom Runabout which is in Show condition. The current owner has had the boat for a number of years. The boat has the original factory installed (numbers matching) engine which has been completely rebuilt. Absolutely stunning boat with a new no soak bottom. The chrome is in show condition as is the upholstery. This boat is ready to use and enjoy or show (and win!!) Chris Craft made only 208 of these units from 1934-1936. Comes with a full mooring cover and nice trailer ready for the road.
3671420 Feet 1934 Ditchburn Runabout$157,000
This truly could be the last of its kind, a lapstrake built by Ditchburn. The boat has undergone a complete restoration over a period of three years to restore it to its original showroom condition. This triple cockpit runabout has had all of its mahogany hull and deck planking replaced using traditional brass clench nails, however we have made two modern day additions by treating all bottom planking with CPES and using 5200 on all laps. Every single detail truly was addressed and well documented, from remanufacturing missing parts, rechroming all original hardware, custom upholstery, electrical, fuel systems. This unique Ditchburn is powered by a Buchanan Flathead 6 and offered with a custom single axle trailer. No pictures or words can do her justice, truly must be seen to appreciate.
3084920 Feet 1934 Barnes Runabout$65,000
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.
3172528 Feet 1934 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit Runabout$125,000
Very rare and one of only seven Hacker-Craft designed Hutchinsons ever built! SAMS surveyed and recently treated to a complete engine rebuild and resealing. Powered with a powerful Chrysler marine 318ci V8. Upgraded no-soak bottom means immediate enjoyment with all leather seating surfaces! Just gorgeous! This coveted boat is one of only seven John Hacker designed 28 ft. triples produced by Hutchinson, providing the buyer a rare opportunity to own a piece of American boat building history. The exquisite renovation includes a no soak bottom and a freshly rebuilt Chrysler 318 cubic inch motor with zero hours.
2885318 Feet 1934 Chris Craft Sedan Utility$29,000
This is one of a very few of these lovely little utilities. Optional hardtop was factory installed (for $90) and all else is original. A very rare boat and a real "dockstopper". This is the "deluxe utility" style. Rare center helm. Boat in excellent condition, trailer is roadworthy. An award winning boat every time it shows.
2773116 Feet 1934 Dodge Runabout$32,500
1934 Dodge 16’ Runabout. Amazing original with mermaid, Many awards, Museum Quality 92 points at Clayton National Meet. 45hp UAB Lycoming. Custom trailer & cover. Extra spares included.
2738619 Feet 1934 Dodge Model 110A$15,000
Last in the water in 1992. Motor was winterized before storage. This is a great running boat and rides as advertised. She was originally on Lake George, traded in on another boat, and was then stored for years at the dealer. When the dealer went out of business, the inventory of boats were sold at auction. The current owner purchased the boat in 1983-84. It was put in on the Great Sacandaga Lake in the town of Day, and was used every weekend and vacation for the next 5 or 6 years. In that time while trailering it to a show, a bottom board and the chine broke. All the chines were then replaced, a small section of keel and only the boards that were damaged on the bottom. The sub floor of the triple V bottom was replaced with 1/4" plywood west system, in place of the 1/4" mahogany. She was then used on Long Lake, NY for 2 years. The boat was then put away in a barn with wooded floors until 2007.
2721918 Feet 1934 Old Town OTCA$8,500
This is a 1934 Old Town canoe . It is in beautiful condition. This canoe was docked inside under cover most of its life. Looks brand new for being 73 years old. Also, I have a copy of original bill of sale. $8500.00
2840518 Feet 1935 Old Town Guide Canoe$3,000
Fully restored, this is a classic Old Town boat. Originally sold to William Hackett of Mass. Have copy of original work order/invoice.
2868616 Feet 1935 Dodge Model 101$10,000
This is a rare 16' Dodge Model 101, hull # 132 with original Dodge engine. This varnished model was only produced in 1935 and 36. Engine has new Babbitt and bearings, still needs oil pump installed. Boat is in very good condition, not run since restoration.
2867918 Feet 1935 Old Town Canoe Sailing Canoe$4,900
This is a very original Old Town sailing canoe. Complete with leeboards, masts, etc. Very recent restoration, excellent condition.
2900222 Feet 1935 Fitzgerald and Lee Commuter$75,000
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.
3175121 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Utility$35,900
The boat went through a professional bottom up restoration in the mid 90's to include all new bottom framework, West bottom installed, engine completely rebuilt. Engine runs extremely well. Boat has had very little use since restoration and boat is water ready. Comes on a tandem axle trailer with a full cover.
3181324 Feet 1935 Hunter Runabout$45,000
The year after leaving Ditchburn as an employee, Al Hunter opened his own shop as Hunter Boats. This gorgeous boat was one of the first results that he produced and the quality shows to this day. It has been meticulously cared for by the present owner and he has kept the boat up to a high standard. The hardware, upholstery, gauges and wood are all in very good shape. The boat has a Navy top which is in good condition and is powered by a modern Mercruiser V-8. The original Scripps 158 is also available to the purchaser who may wish to have it the correct engine installed.
3195252 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Cruiser$900,000
This grand old lady is a 1935 Ditchburn Cruiser measuring an impressive 52 feet in length. Inside it has such modern amenities as AC, microwave and refrigerator. Built by Ditchburn Boats in Orillia, Ontario this boat has been in the same family for over 30 years. It is elegantly appointed with cabins fore and aft, a trunk cabin and a main salon mid ships with a bridge over the main salon. It's construction is white cedar carvel planked bottom with a mahogany topsides on laminated oak frames. Oak floors, stringers, stem and keel. Mahogany planked decks and cabin with a varnish finish. Powered by 2 modern Buick V-8 engines it takes the water well in all conditions and is a show stopper in every port. A recent survey is available for those parties interested in this vessel.
3111728 Feet 1935 Fitzgerald & Lee Utility$33,000
The quintessential St. Lawrence river boat. The "Our Pa" was built by the present owners grandfather. It has been in the same family and boathouse since it was built. All original with many unique features like built in bait boxes. Enjoy a day on the river with a ride that only a Fitz & Lee can provide.
3662024 Feet 1935 Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,900
This 1935 Garwood is in exceptional condition. Has been carefully inspected and the bottom has new paint and caulk. The 5.7 GM Engine has been completely gone through including compression test tune up oil change and all filters. Runs Perfect! New Bilge paint and updated wiring. Shaft packing boxes have been completely renovated. Steering and wiring have also been updated. Great Boat for daily use. The pictures do not do this boat justice. A must see!
3607612 Feet 1935 Dunphy Row Boat$2,500
An excellent example of a 1935 Dunphy Row Boat. Well preserved and in the same Family since 1935. Family is now moving and is prepared to part with the boat. Ribs are all good and the boat has seen little use in the water and always stored indoors.
3806318 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Deluxe Hardtop Utilty$22,500
This is a completely restored boat which recently won an award at Tavares show. Restoration included a correctly done 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, hull sides removed and re-bedded and re-fastened, new decks, complete rebuild of cabin, new ceiling boards, new flooring, gauges restored, new chrome plating, new upholstery, etc. This is a turn key comfortable boat in any weather. Could be bought for less on different trailer.
384201935 Wilson/Volker Twin-Cam Racing Engine$40,000
This engine is the last surviving motor from the Wilson family of Ingersoll, Ontario and the Muskoka Lakes region. The Wilsons campaigned Miss Canada racing boats very successfully in the 1930s and 40s. This twin cam Racing engine was built and tested by renowned racing mechanic Charles Volker in 1935, but was outlawed by a Canadian Boating Federation (CBF) rule change before it could be campaigned in Little Miss Canada VI. It is therefore in remarkable original condition. This one-of-a-kind piece of Canadian racing history would make a wonderful addition to a private collector's display.
3837116 Feet 1935 Port Carling SeaBird$13,000
Beautiful antique classic 1935 Port Carling Seabird 16ft with Buchanan Midget 4cyl engine. A classic Muskoka boat that now calls Kingston, Ontario home. Engine is in top notch shape. Fully operational and just hums along. Upholstery is a red vinyl, which compliments the boat nicely. The decks are in great shape with a recent 2017 restoration. The sides and interior were equally touched up with professional sanding and a re-varnish. Boat will top out at about 20mph which is plenty adequate. Bottom is in good shape, has two operational bilges and 2 batteries as an extra safety precaution. Floorboards are red and look sharp. Recent bottom repaint with the correct bottom paint. Seats 4 comfortably, and will cruise all day long. Full tank of gas will take you deep into the 1000 Islands, and then some, on a calm day. She has proven to be very reliable and has been taken on many day trips!
3839615.5 Feet 1935 Peterson Open Launch $3,500
This cedar lapstrake boat is in original condition. 82 years old. Comes with original brass hardware, including a brass transom cap. Two planks have cracks plus there is a piece out of the stem. All wood is solid. No soft wood. Most interesting is that include and attached is the original registration document stating the boat was built in Buffalo in 1935 by Louis Peterson. This is a project boat believed to be rare.
3781716 Feet 1935 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward$5,000
Project hull only. This boat was converted to a retail display. whats left is in good condition.
3742518 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"$35,000
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp.
3750932 Feet 1935 Elco Cruisette$34,500
This vessel is a fine example of classic design and craftsmanship. Mahogany trim with original bright work and markings. My wife and I have loved this boat and had great fun and adventure with her, but, alas we no longer have the time to enjoy and maintain her. These "Grand Dame" boasts the much sought after goal of "over eighty years old and still have a tight bottom".
3735137 Feet 1935 Ditchburn Commuter$500,000
"Glenelda II" is a very unique, Art Deco inspired day-boat built by Ditchburn Boats in 1935. At 37 feet in length, she is a manageable size and offers seating for up to 21 passengers. She has been repowered with twin Mercruiser 454cid engines. Her dynamic design is reminiscent of the Chrysler Airflo and the Streamliner trains of the era. At the time of restoration, her foredeck was removed and additional seating was installed, adding a great deal of entertaining potential. "Glenelda II" is an intriguing craft and is ready for a new custodian to give her some attention and get her back in the water.
3726832 Feet 1936 American Car & Foundry Day Cruiser
American Car & Foundry knowns as ACF produced some of the finest transportation equipment. Founded in 1899 it was the result of 13 railroad car manufacturers merging. The company not only made rolling stock but also motor coaches, trolley coaches, motor cars and a few boats. Today this fine example of their work is but one of a very few remaining and what a shining example it is as it is in pristine condition.
3743816 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Runabout Model 511$29,000
Last 511 built by Chris Craft. fully restored to show condition by owner. rebuilt instruments, chrome parts, new 5200 bottom. new sides, deck upholstery, etc. rebuilt engine. full documentation, including Chris craft manuals.
3763818 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout $27,500
This Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout is a very original boat with a newer bottom ,just finished a complete refinish, hardware replating and new interior, new gas tank and wiring and restored original instruments all work completed by a well known restorer. The Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout was built from 1934-through to 1936 and only 206 of these were built during that time.
3802821.6 Feet 1936 Horace Dodge Utility Model 402$38,000
This boat was completely restored in 10 months. Honduras planking, white oak for the battens and Sitka spruce for the floor boards. The boat was originally from Clayton NY. The original motor was rebuilt. The hardware is all original.
3799326 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Cruiser $82,500
A rare and unique 26 Foot Gar Wood Custom Cruiser built in 1936. This model one of only 34 made and was number 32 of 34 in the series. The boat was originally delivered to Cleveland, Ohio in 1936. New lumber bottom to top with a West System bottom, all new wiring. A bow thruster assist the driver in docking. It has had several fresh coats of varnish recently and has a rebuilt Chevy engine offering 200HP. It is a solid 28 MPH boat.
3798427 Feet 1936 Minett-Shields Launch$149,000
The Minett boat building operation is deeply entrenched in the Muskoka region of Ontario. The company was formed in 1910 and later was reborn under the name of Minett-Shields in 1925 after a partnership with Bryson Shields. The company ceased operation in 1948 but only after putting out approximately 200 Launches and Runabouts which were all noted for their fine craftsmanship. This particular Minett is a fine example of Minett-Shields work. It is a 27 foot Launch built in 1936 and has a lattice "Muskoka" floor, gorgeous compartments, and attention to detail throughout. It is powered by a Chrysler 6 cylinder 130HP engine which is original to the boat. It is structurally sound after receiving great care from it's current owner of 20 years. The chrome is perfect and the interior is rich looking and gorgeous. The boat in our opinion would survey out very strongly and needs nothing. The boat was originally built for the Boxer family. The boat is offered without a trailer but one could be used for transport.
3812024 Feet 1936 Port Carling SeaBird Triple Cockpit Runabout$25,000
"Safe, swift, and serviceable" - a tagline frequently used to describe the popular Port Carling SeaBird model. Built in Port Carling, Ontario; many of these models were fairly utilitarian in design and served as cottage boats for summer residents of the Muskoka region. Some examples were quite luxurious and had striking similarities to some of the region's more expensive, high end boats. This 24' triple cockpit model features beautiful high-crowned mahogany decks, 3rd cockpit windshield, and its original 6 cylinder Kermath Sea Queen engine. She has been nicely restored and retains much of her original wood.
3815618 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward$45,000
Professionally restored by John Ford in 1998-1999. Epoxy plywood bottom is extremely durable and strong. Just this past winter underwent hardware removal and re-varnishing by John Ford. The motor was completely taken apart and restored at the same time as the boat. I have several parts from the original Chris Craft H 85 hp engine.
3214721 feet Feet 1936 Port Carling Boat Works SeaBird Runabout$30,000
Custom made in 1936 for a family on the lake. Called the "Rainbow". It is one of a kind and was full restored in 2004. Runs well. Looks great.
3219916 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout$63,000
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.
3655822 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$85,000
This rare 22 Foot Gar Wood 22 Foot Triple Cockpit Runabout has been in the Family since 1989. The boat has not been in the water since 2010 and was lightly used prior to that time. It has been a boat show winner previously and is very original.
3641316 Feet 1936 Skaneateles Comet Sail Boat$12,500
Fully restored, good main and jib, new cover, oars and custom row locks, new lines, bottom is glassed, has original steel center board available. All offers Considered.
3677319 Feet 1936 Eddy Marine "Aqua Flow" Runabout$79,900
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!
3704222 Feet 1936 Garwood Custom Runabout$90,000
This stunning Garwood was restored with all new Philippine mahogany and West System bottom. All new vinyl upholstery done in original pattern. This boat is in absolute "Show" condition.
3701515 Feet 1936 Outboard Racing Runabout$12,000
This is remarkable boat that was raced in the Northwest for many years. It has not been restored, rather it has been meticulously cared for and even has its original lettering on the hull sides. It is a double cockpit configuration.
3700319 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Runabout$56,000
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.
3108328 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Cruiser$20,000
Chris Craft Model 552 Cruiser. Completely restored in 1988. Dry docked since 1991. In need of full restoration again. Mahogany hull.
3067428 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$205,000
Originally built for the department store magnate Marshall Field this gorgeous 1936 Triple Cockpit GarWood is almost all original except only the modern conveniences such as electronic ignition and an epoxy "no soak' bottom. The boat has won many best original and best in class events in various boat shows and is powered by a rare 12 cylinder Scripps
3172119 Feet 1936 Dodge Double Cockpit Runabout$29,000
This pretty 19' Dodge runabout is a very original boat and has been well kept since restoration in the early 1990's. She has been used sparingly and shows very well. Brightwork, chrome, and upholstery all in nice condition. Gray Marine Phantom 225 powerplant is tidy and the original gauge cluster is still in place! This is a wonderful example of Horace Dodge's work and would be the perfect addition to a collector's fleet. A recent comprehensive marine survey is available for serious parties. Complete with a custom fitted cover.
2880126 Feet 1936 Hutchinson Guide Boat$31,000
This is a very rare side steer Hutchinson Lapstrake Guide Boat. These boats were used by fishing guides in and around the St. Lawrence River and were originally called Sport Boats as the paying customer was the "Sport". It is entirely original except the engine which has been replaced. The boat features a side steer tiller and is easy to navigate. It is in excellent condition and has been out of the water since 1996. Offered with no trailer but one could be made available for delivery. A great piece of St. Lawrence River history.
2874116 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Double Cockpit$22,000
One of the very popular double cockpit boats created and built by Chris Craft in the mid 30's. Great boat, new varnish top sides, bottom caulked and painted, newer marine grade vinyl upholstery, 75hp, 4 cyl. Gray Marine with 95 hrs.
2957726 Feet 1936 Hacker Commuter$175,000
Construction of this Commuter began in 1936. She was completed and remained unused until June of 2010! It was built from a set of Hacker lines. The builder of the boat was a Detroit based inventor. The 140hp Chrysler engine has never been fired and the twin fuel tanks never held gas. The boat sat on a sturdy, supportive cradle until very recently. It had no rot, no notable damage, and had spent nearly no time outdoors. The gauges showed only 0.2 hours of running time! The boat has been professionally finished and is now a usable piece of history. The boat was launched for the very first time on fathers day 2010.
3048521 Feet 1936 Greavette Runabout$125,000
Tom Greavette only made 6 of this fabulous model and today there are only 3 remaining. The boat has all of the Greavette hardware and fittings and was repowered by a Chevy 327 in the 1960's. Since then the engine has been rebuilt and always kept in a boathouse and beautifully maintained. This is a fabulous piece of Canadian craftsmanship and collectors of Antique boats do not feel a collection is complete without a strong Canadian boat in their collection.
2859626 Feet 1936 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit$130,000
This is an amazing Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout which has been exceptionally well maintained and very original. The boat was at one time owned by J.P Morgan Jr. The boat has always been carefully cared for and the boat has never been in salt water. The current owner has had the boat since 1962 and has ensured that the only time the boat saw the sun was when the boat was out on the water. The Hull Id # for this boat is # 25047 and it is a 50 MPH boat with it's strong powerful engine. it is NOT the original but the original was a Chrysler as well. This is a rare jewel and the boat is only in need of a new Captain to enjoy her for the next decade.
2552521 Feet 1936 Gar Wood Custom Hardtop Sedan$39,900
In 1936 Gar Wood introduced the Cabin Utility to the American market. It was an instant success and quickly outperformed the 20 foot open Utility model. Delivered to Fitzgerald and Lee in Alexandria Bay in 1936 which was the largest Gar Wood dealer in America, the Cabin Utility model offered a ventilating windshield and two glass windows which opened up on each side of the cabin This model became Gar Wood's most popular model with a total of 45 units made and sold in that year. This particular boat is completely original and no detail has been overlooked. The interior is burgundy leather and is in immaculate condition. This boat is a real beauty, winner of many show awards including the Clayton Boat Show where it took a First Place and can be seen in Tony Mollica's book on Gar Wood boats.
2567718 Feet 1936 Swiss Craft$30,000
Milan is a multiple show winner that was built in Switzerland in 1936 by John Faul Horgen. It is powered by it's original Kermath 4 cyl. engine. The hull is planked with Douglas Fir and is of rivetted plank and batten construction. The keel, ribs and all of the trim are white oak. This is a beautiful boat that has been professionally restored.
2566618 Feet 1937 Old Town Canoe$1,500
This is an excellent example of a 1937 Old Town canoe. All interior woodwork is in remarkable condition and has been refinished. All new hardware from Old Town is included and the owner has had one of the seats re-caned. Included are all of the accessories for saling (mast, sideboards and rudder). The owner still has the original bill of sale which comes with the boat. Needs new canvas and a new sail to become a show quality boat.
3053317 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$54,000
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.
2999322 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility Sedan$15,000
This is a very desirable early Chris Craft Deluxe Utility Sedan. Very low production numbers for only two years. Engine not original. Entire boat including chrome needs refinishing. Needs to be taken to wood, restained & refinished. All hardware is on the boat with the exception of the sedan top rails. Bottom has been replaced with documentation. Sweet little river or lake cruiser & cocktail boat. Make an offer!!!
3005517 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Runabout$20,000
This Chris Craft runabout has been owner restored. Chrome redone, leather interior, and rebuilt motor. Comes on a new trailer.
2958426 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Deluxe Cruiser$35,000
This is a very rare Gar Wood cruiser that has had only one owner since new! This boat has been in the same family and on the same lake in Oklahoma since its delivery in 1938. in the water and has been well cared for all of its life. All documentation and history comes with this boat included the original bill of sale and telegram from Gar Wood. Gar Wood only made THREE of these and only one other of this model is known to exist on Lake Tahoe. The original Chrysler motor was in service until 15 years ago and was replaced with a similar, rebuilt engine.
2924520 Feet 1937 Port Carling Seabird Triple Cockpit$45,000
This Classic Port Carling Seabird Triple Cockpit was restored by Duke Marine in 2000. This gorgeous example of Canadian craftsmanship is all mahogany has it's original bottom and a new deck. it was also equipped with a new aluminum fuel tank, restored steering wheel and instrument panel. It offers the very rare optional rear windshield and has all of the correct fittings and original 95 HP six cylinder Flathead Hercules engine. The engine has been completely rebuilt with only 25 hours on it since the rebuild.
318061929 Scripps 302 Engine$35,000
This is a Scripps 302 engine circa 1937 which is complete and offered with 897 cu.in in size and 316HP. The engine is complete and perfect for your next project.
318071929 Scripps 302 Engine$35,000
A Scripps 302 engine built in 1929 and offered as complete and in running condition. The engine offers 316HP with 894 cu. in.
3154824 Feet 1937 Keystone Sedan$10,000
Great stable boat for fishing or commuting to the island camp with the hard top protecting from bad weather and thrifty to operate. Boat has been in the water every year of its 76 years! As of June 2015 the transom was refinished and other cosmetics improvements.
3098928 Feet 1937 Hutchinson Sedan$119,000
One of the Premier Hutchinson boats in North America! She was built for Island commuting in all weather conditions, and touring the St Lawrence River. This gorgeous Hutchinson sedan just went through an extensive restoration. Many frames were replaced as well as the stringers, but the boat maintains approximately 98% original wood. The restoration can be described as a "preservation". The Chrysler Royal inline 8 engine was installed by Hutchinson in 1949 and more recently, rebuilt by Drake engines. She is equipped with a bow thruster for easy maneuvering in tight quarters. The interior sports new teak floors and fresh upholstery. All hardware replated in show chrome and the hull is finished in 10+ coats of varnish. Multiple award winner since completion! 2014 National show winner, 2016 Renaissance award winner at Alexandria Bay, and Best Preserved Utility at Clayton 2016.
3701019 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout$20,000
Current owner purchased this Custom Runabout over 30 years ago! When purchased, she was painted white & black and was in fair condition. A restoration was started and the boat now needs finishing touches and assembly. The restoration work included new decks, transom, engine stringers, re-chromed hardware, etc. Comes with many extra parts (hardware, engine parts, steering parts, lumber, boat magazines 1933-1958).
3611225 Feet 1937 Gar Wood Custom Runabout$150,000
This is # 19 of 27, 25ft Gar Woods ever built by Gar Wood, Hull # 6110. She was originally delivered to Alexandria Bay on the St Lawrence River and came to me through the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY. She was completely restored in 1999 by Dave Wright and won Best of Show at Tahoe's Concourse de Elegance. Fresh varnish was put on in 2013. The original Chrysler Majestic straight 8 engine is available. She rides better than a 22' and handles better than a 28'. She is a perfect show and user boat.
3826325 Feet 1937 Grew Utility$60,000
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.
3759022 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout$60,000
Hull # 22078 Complete restoration to Chris Craft offsets. West bottom, new frames where needed, new decks, topsides, transom, and chrome. Leather supplied by Keleen and installed by JD Canvas. Restored gauges by Pat Powell. Powered by a rebuilt Chris Craft MCL with 8 hours run time. One of 138 built 1935-1939. Excellent condition, ready to show.
377539 Feet 1937 Old Town Dinghy$3,500
This yacht tender ( dingy ) is in excellent condition has been in storage for over 25 yrs! Is in like new condition
3732411' Feet 1937 Old Town Canoe$3,500
Extremely rare 1937 11' Old Town Canoe - restored. Serial number: 120542 Weight: 50 lbs. The 11' canoe production was very limited, less than 1% of the company's production. This canoe has "D" shaped gunwales , supposedly exclusively for Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Built between Feb & April 1937, orig. drk green and shipped April 30th to Marquette, Michigan. Build document available. This beautiful vintage 1937 was restored in 1997 with authentic Old Town material where possible. Since restoration, it has been stored in a climate controlled bldg and only in the water once at WCHA Meet - St. Regis Lake. The canoe was owned by my late father and was his third canoe restoration. He was the third owner of the canoe. It has resided in Michigan Upper Peninsula cabins where it changed hands, but remained on the premises until restoration. This sweet 1937 11' Old Town canoe is a collectible vintage canoe of very rare size & model & is looking for a good home.
3012324 Feet 1938 Greavette Streamliner$200,000
This boat is one of the very rare and sought after 24 foot Greavette Streamliner. This popular streamliner was built from 1937-38 and was characterized by its unusual exterior chrome cut water and hull side rub rails. Very unusual is that the running lights are built into the hull of the boat. Lots of room thereby increasing its functionality and sociability. Greavette's were known for such unique features as the rounded, non pounding hull, fireproof and explosion proof compartments and sound insulated bulk heads. Greavette made only 24 of this particular model and very few are believed to still exist. This boat was in the water last season and could be used again this season in the water. It shows well and is in fully restored condition. It has always been used in the cool fresh water of the Muskoka lakes.
3003112 Feet 1938 Penn Yan Cartopper$3,100
This is an absolutely beautiful boat! All original and simply fantastic. It is all clean, the wood and seats are amazing. I do not have oars for this but do have a small electric motor that is a real gem and runs like a champ. The boat has original canvas in great shape with a couple repairs and does not leak. This is the nicest cartopper I have ever seen!
3045417 Feet 1938 Old Town "OTCA" Canoe$2,500
This 17 foot OTCA Old Town Canoe was given to me by my sons for my 50th birthday. It was lovingly cared for and used on Lake Wentworth , New Hampshire for 18 years and has been in my garage for the last 10 years not being used. We have the build sheet history and great memories of the canoe but are simply not using it any longer.
3019316 Feet 1938 Peterborough Canoe$3,000
This wonderful canoe was owned by my late father since he was a boy. Even though I have been an avid canoeist, I am now more of a sailer. This canoe needs the attention of an active owner.
3038227 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout Model 936 Runabout$120,000
Chris Craft only built 62 of model 936 Runabouts between 1932 and 1941. This 1938 example has been owned by the same family since new! She has been repowered with a small block Mercruiser V8. Brand new 5200 bottom installed in 2013 - new frames, battens, keel, chines, marine ply inner bottom, 1/2" mahogany outer planking bedded in 5200, fresh copper bronze, and a fresh coat of varnish on the entire boat.
2932222 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Hardtop Utility$32,500
This is an original, factory hard top utility from 1938. This is a very uncommon model with the factory equipped cabin top and removable second row bench. The second row of seating under the cabin makes her a very functional boat for cruising or entertaining. She is currently in storage but remains in reasonable shape. Last registered in '96.
2541428 Feet 1938 Hubert Johnson$7,500
This 1938 Hubert Johnson requires a complete restoration. The decks on this boat need work, but hull is in sound condition. The engines are not connected, but are in good condition.
2700019'6 Feet 1938 W. J. Johnston Runabout$28,000
This is a very popular style of runabout that was built by a highly regarded builder. She was built by W. J. (Billy) Johnston in Port Carling, Ontario. Johnston is credited for developing the Disapearing Propeller Boat company, the builder of the Dispro. This boat exhibits fine Canadian craftsmanship. She is a well proportioned boat that is planked in mahogany over white oak framework. New fuel system, rebuilt engine, velvet drive hydraulic transmission, and all original hardware.
2705219 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Barrel Back Runabout$87,000
This unique “Custom Runabout” (produced from 1935 to 1938) was the only year produced with each cockpit dimensionally identical. This “Custom” was professionally restored from bow to stern, including bottom and transom frame replacement. The bottom was restored utilizing traditional methods, with the exception of a new material replacing the canvas between the inner and outer planks. The complete deck was replaced and 90% of the freeboard planking was restorable. The instruments are original and were restored by Clawson Classic Instruments. All the “Customs” hardware (brass and stainless steel) was restored and polished. The original steering wheel was replaced with and a banjo style wheel. The original model “L” 128hp was replaced with a rebuilt Chevy 350, 285hp.engine. The boat wiring was replaced meeting ABYC standards. This “Custom” does not require any pre-swelling and is a 55 MPH runner.
2839715 Feet 1938 Wagemaker Wolverine$5,000
3662872 Feet 1938 Sparkman and Stephens Sailing Yawl$895,000
The legendary Sparkman and Stephens racing yacht Baruna is available. Last seen trading tacks with Bolero on San Francisco Bay.Baruna is one of the worlds most famous racing yachts:twice winner of the Newport to Bermuda Race and an able competitor in The Big Boat Series in San Francisco.She is an elagant yacht with extensive refits, yet still having all her original hardware including the first coffee grinder winches ever built by Barient.Baruna is awondeful contender for Antigua and the European Classic Regatta. Own a piece of yacht racing history
3674418 Feet 1938 Penn Yan Luxury Runabout$28,000
Very Rare Penn Yan Runabout. Complete restoration completed in June of 2009. 5200 bottom. Original engine and electrical. Truly a must-see!
3672822 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$55,000
Rare 1938 22' Chris Craft Triple. Fully restored and lovingly taken care of since restored. Boat went through full restoration in the early 1990's. New traditional bottom was installed in 2007, MCL engine has been rebuilt with low hours since rebuild. Comes on a tandem axle trailer. This would be a great boat to add to any collection.
3692216 Feet 1938 Peterborough Sailing Canoe$1,900
Sweet Sioux an original circa 1938 wooden sailing canoe (does not include mast). Was bought over 50 years ago and stored inside. Does have some damage, which is repairable. Beautiful boat.
3102617 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Split Cockpit Runabout$59,995
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.
3077938 Feet 1938 Huckins Fairform Flyer
Frank Pembroke Huckins began his company in 1928 building boats and in 1943 the US Navy commissioned Huckins to build two squadrons of PT boats for WWII. JFK was initially involved with the delivery of these boats from Rhode Island to Jacksonville, Florida. This Huckins Fairform Flyer is indeed a rare boat being that only 2 of these models were built. The engines were rebuilt in 2004 and the boat has been stored indoors and kept out of the elements when not in use. The boat is a fine example and in ready to go back in the water this year.
3165719 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Sportsman Reverse Seat$82,500
There where 76 of these boats made with less than 6 survivors left. This is a completely preserved boat. The boat has a new double planked original style bottom on it and retains its original sides, decks and transom. The boat has undergone a complete preservation. The boat has a brand new marron leather interior, all the chrome was done on the boat and the boat was completely rewired with period correct cloth wiring. The motor was completely rebuilt top to bottom and has less than a hour of run time on it. No expense was spared on this boat. The boat comes with a cover and single axle trailer. The boat won best antique utility preserved at the 2013 Clayton boat show.
3119125 Feet 1938 Gar Wood Triple Cockpit Runabout$100,000
Here is a very rare 1937 (sold as a 1938) Gar Wood Triple...originaly owned by the founder of O'Bexer Boat Yard of Lake Tahoe, Jake O'Bexer. Hull #6189 of only 24 ever built. The boat has been rewooded by Dave Lobb and ready to have the finishing completed. Included are the gauge cluster recently restored by Clausen, all hardware remade by Al Shinner including all flagpoles, steering wheel, lights & etc. Also there is the prop shaft, prop & rudder. Missing are steering column, cutwater, interior & engine. There is no trailer.
3744625 Feet 1938 Port Carling Seabird$35,000
Found in a barn in the mid 1990's in Canada. She was bought and taken to a well known restorer, and instantly had a new epoxy bottom installed. Later, a new GM 175 HP engine was installed. Chrome, varnish and upholstery are all in very good condition. All original and correct. The boat and trailer have always stored indoors when not is use. This is now a show winner and a fine example of Canadian craftsmanship.
3802519 Feet 1938 Chris Craft Sportsman$15,000
This very rare 19 Foot Sportsman built in 1938 is one of the few made with the rear seat facing aft. It was purchased over 20 years ago by the owner with the intent of doing a full top down restoration. Life got in the way and the owner has finally confirmed that he is unlikely to complete the project. The boat has had extensive work done to it and the last piece to be completed is the work on the bottom. Once completed the boat can be turned back over and all of the hardware can be installed and the interior can be put back into the boat. Only 70 of these special boats were built during 1938-39 and they were indeed unique and eye catching. Interesting to note that they came with twin gas tanks. The hard work has been done on this boat and it has been carefully stored indoors such that the next owner will reap the rewards of the last steps.
3808330' Feet 1938 Richardson Cruisabout$3,500
Restoration started 25 years ago. Always inside. Stem has been replaced. Needs work from gunwales up. On original cradle including yard trailer.
3842517'6" Feet 1938 Century Sea Maid$22,500
Beautiful, All original 1938. Rebuilt original motor/carb in 2016. Top refinished in 2015. Solid bottom. Stored in boat house.
3844115.5 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$10,900
Chris Craft only made 671 Deluxe Runabout and Sportsman models in the 15.5 foot length between 1938 and 1941. The Deluxe model offered the model BA engine as well as a rear seat, as equipped in this boat. This is a very original boat that has been nicely restored. She has seen very little use since restoration and is in nice overall condition. Restored as closely as possible to factory-condition, including the unique gauge-cluster. This is a great entry level Chris Craft at a very fair price!
38032 Feet 1939 Scripps Engine Only$29,900
It is mounted on a custom test stand with a closed cooling system. The engine is a 1939 configuration. As part of the rebuild the crank case was replaced with a later casting. Work done on the engine: Crankshaft ground and polished Crankcase replaced New pistons (NOS) New piston rings Cylinders bored,sleeved and honed, as necessary Cylinder blocks cooling jackets cleaned and flushed Cylinder blocks milled and flattened New valve seats and guides Valves ground and replaced as necessary Cylinder heads cleaned and flushed and tested for leaks (spare head included) Cylinder heads milled and flattened Cylinder studs tested and replaced as necessary (Scripps NOS) Oil pump rebuilt Distributor rebuilt Raw water pump rebuilt Carburetors (correct model) rebuilt and fitted Oil cooler replaced and tested Electrical system converted to 12V, Alternator fitted Transmission cleaned, inspected and adjusted Engine was "run in" for piston ring seating, tuning and testing. Oil drained and refilled.
3822219 Feet 1939 Hacker Utility$9,500
Smooth riding Hacker utility great for lakes and rivers. Runs well and has excellent maintenance in the past few years. The boat is in the water and located on the Virginia side of Chesapeake Bay. Priced to sell!
3743019 Feet 1939 Larson Falls Flyer "Fireball"$40,000
"Fireball" is a true barn find! This 1939 Falls Flyer dual-cockpit inboard runabout is a totally untouched piece of boating history. Originally powered with a Gray Marine engine which is no longer with the boat. A great restoration candidate or museum piece!
3742319 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback "Little Lady"$125,000
"Little Lady" is an impeccably restored 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback runabout. Elegant Bugatti style folding windshield, correct banjo steering wheel, and beautiful gauge panel. Attention to detail throughout. This Barrelback is ready to go and has no excuses! Chris Craft only built 433 of these Custom Runabouts between 1939 and 1942, and the folding windshield is unique to the early models. "Little Lady" was featured on the cover of the 2006 ACBS directory, and was the winner of the prestigious 2005 ACBS "Boat of the Year" award!
3742419 Feet 1939 Larson Falls Flyer$15,000
This 1939 Larson Falls Flyer could be your next restoration candidate! She is a bare hull with no hardware or engine, but retains her original torpedo shape. This would be a great starting point for a custom build.
3136128 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Sedan $90,000
Built and delivered in the 1000 Islands this boat spent many years on Grindstone Islands and was owned by a well known Washington socialite and her husband. The boat has received a full restoration with a new bottom and is powered by a modern 350 engine which moves the boat along nicely whether it has one or ten passengers. Stable and roomy these are the perfect boats for entertaining. The boat requires nothing and is ready to go boating right away.
3139923 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Utility$28,000
This is a nice example of a early Hutchinson lapstrake utility built by Hutchinson Boat Works in Alexandria Bay, NY. These boats were to easily handle the unpredictable weather on the St. Lawrence river. It is a repeat award winner at the Clayton Antique Boat Show. It has a convertible top, new stuffing box and double batteries plus 2 storage lockers. The boat is in excellent condition condition, structurally sound with nice upholstery and hardware. The Chrysler Ace engine runs smoothly and strong.
3062026 Feet 1939 Ema-Rold Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout$99,500
One of a kind, professionally restored to show condition including 5200 Bottom and totally rebuilt engine with 20 hours since rebuild. Comes on a nice tandem axle trailer. Original Scripps 202 engine is available with boat for 10K. It will not be sold separately.
3695930' Feet 1939 Christensen Sloop Sailboat $50,000 Offers considerd
1939 Mahogany on oak wooden sloop sailboat. Complete professional deck off restoration with all new systems. Teak decks. Original bronze hardware. AutoPilot, VHF w/remote handset, Chart Plotter, depth finder, new 130 Genoa. New standing & running rigging. New Sitka Spruce mast. Full custom Sunbrella weather cover. Much more. In excellent condition.
2773521 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Utility$31,000
This boat is in overall excellent condition and has won awards in at least 10 boat shows. Varnished top to bottom every 3 years and it has also had the bottom painted annually. the bottom is dry and tight. This is a lovely example of a Pre-War Chris Craft and is correct and original. these boats are extremely easy to trailer and manage.
2795223'6 Feet 1939 Hunter Utility$49,000
Very original and brought from Canada, this boat has been extensively documented, number one of 2 made by Hunter boats of Orillia, Ontario, Canada. This boat has not been in the water since complete restoration in 2003. Original motor, gauges and hardware. Engine was bench tested, carb, generator, starter and distributor were rebuilt. The engine was run, tested, detailed and commissioned. The entire boat was rewired with period wire with a new bilge pump added. The original cedar bottom was stripped, refastened and two planks replaced. The bottom was sanded, resealed, and painted with 3 coats of copper bronze with new red water line, new running gear and stainless drive shaft. Mahogany sides and deck in very good condition finished with 10 coats of varnish. All the hardware is original nickel plated. The Upholstery is new with new period battleship linoleum flooring. This boat has a factory installed bar and glass holder installed in the bulkhead.
2796619 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Barrelback$91,000
This Classic Barrelback has been owned by the present owner for 30 years. It has just completed a complete restoration including a new interior, new bottom planking with West System, polished stainless and complete rechroming. The glass was also recently replaced, and the engine rebuilt. She has had 4 hours of use since the rebuild. A great turnkey opportunity for a true classic in pristine condition!
2699412 Feet 1939 Penn Yan Car Topper$2,500
The current owner of this boat recently acquired it from the original owner. The boat is in original condition and is ready for restoration.
2683526 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Triple Cockpit$59,900
Featured in Classic Boating this stunning 1939 26 foot Triple Cockpit Runabout was built by Hutchinson Boat Works of Alexandria Bay, New York. An unusual design for Hutchinson this Triple Cockpit was described in Wooden Boat No. 49 as the "the apothesis of the sleek runabout". Modelled after the 28 foot Hacker Craft Triple cockpits but shortened for use on the St. Lawrence River, this beauty is a classic and in excellent condition. Originally named Ripalong IV and later Dottie V this boat has spent its entire life on the St. Lawrence River and always in fresh water. Bearing the Hull ID # 215-21E-1057 she has been repowered with a Crusader 350 in 1992 which delivers 260 HP and replaced the original Sterling Petrel motor. The boat was last in the water in 2004 and was carefully stored in a dry secure location. The boat only needs to be soaked up and enjoyed.
2581720.5 Feet 1939 Gar Wood Vacationer$38,000
This is the finest GarWood Utility ever made which is completely original with the exception of new decks and upholstery. Boat has it's original guages and hardware and was first delivered to Ithaca Marine in 1939 and has stayed in the Western New York area all of it's life. This is a deep hull GarWood of which few were made each year and this boat bears the Hull #6359. This is a relatively rare boat and it is believed that there might be as few as 20 remaining in existence. A complete log book is available showing a detailed account of all materials, work, labour done on the boat as well as restoration photographs. This boat is referred to as a Model 970-975 in the GarWood book by Tony Mollica on page 93 in his book which outlines ONLY 17 that were made that year. Currently 5 of these units are known to exist today !!
2929622 Feet 1939 Hutchinson Utility$19,000
This is a wonderfully restored very original Hutchinson launch fishing boat. Some modern upgrades have been done during restoration.
2914016 Feet 1939 Gar Wood Runabout$45,000
A nice 16 foot 1939 Gar Wood of which very few are remaining. This boat has always been used in fresh water and could go home without a restoration. The boat comes with a great trailer and boat cover and will be sold as a package. This boat runs very nice and will look great the Clayton Boat Show in 2010 which this year is featuring Gar Woods. It bears the Hull ID # of 6351 and was a model 903. It was delivered to Columbus Ohio.
3055017 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$22,000
This prewar Chris Craft utility is a nice, older restoration. Very correct boat - powered by its original Chris Craft model B engine. The company only produced 131 of these boats in 1939. The standard utlity had no windshield, while the deluxe model was equipped with the folding windshield. This is a fairly rare model and was last used about 2 years ago.
3011718 Feet 1939 Century Deluxe Sedan$92,000
This boat has been completely restored true and correct. Century Boat Club believes this is the only one left in the world of this model,year and length. The engine is the original. It comes with a custom trailer and full travel cover. It includes all the equipment for the Deluxe package.Relic won Best of Class, Best Century Restoration and the People's Choice Award in her first showing at the 2011 Houston Keels & Wheels. The boat is also a First Place National Winner.
2983618 Feet 1939 Port Carling Sea Bird$29,000
Beautifully restored triple cockpit Seabird. Multiple award winner at a number of Dixieland and Blue Ridge Chapter ACBS shows. Comes with a trailer. New fuel tank, bilge blower, lift rods, and electronic ignition. Dark green pleated upholstery was new in 1999.
2984817 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback Runabout$48,500
Fully restored and Show ready. This Barrelback has just had a 5200 West System bottom installed, new decks and transom. Clawson gauges, new flooring and new upholstery. The boat has all of its original hardware and has been converted to a 12 volt system. She is as close to a 10 as you can get - correct everything. The seller now wants to buy a bigger boat however and as such is ready to sell the boat.
3014817 Feet 1940 Peterborough Speedster$9,000
The history of the Peterborough Boat Company and the fine Canadian Craftsmanship that they created oozes out of this terrific looking 17 foot Peterborough Speedster. This boat just just come through a full, complete and exhaustive restoration with all details being addressed so that it is complete and correct. The boat is gorgeous and is offered with a trailer which will pull it nicely.
2874618 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$35,000
Boat and motor have been 100% restored. The restoration included a new 5200 bottom, all new exterior and interior Honduras mahogany planking.. 2009 Keels & Wheels "1st in Class" winner.
2887523 Feet 1940 Grew Hardtop Utility$35,000
This 1940 Grew has very nice lines and is reminiscent of Gar Wood Hard Tops of the same era. Needs some restoration but appears to be complete and very original. Powered by a 6 cyl Chrysler 120.
2861516 Feet 1940 Alan Jackson's Chris Craft Special Race Boat$89,500
This is one of the most desired Racing Runabouts and unique in that it was one of the very few that were delivered with the mahogany varnished sides. Triple carb KBL engine for fun and noise. The boat itself is in excellent condition and has a new 5200 bottom. It has red leather interior and the chrome hardware and gauges are in great condition. The engine was rebuilt in the 1990's and is in very good strong running condition. Only 167 of these hulls were ever made and it is quite probably the nicest one in existence today. Be the one to own something that almost no one else has in the area of these rare Chris Craft's.
3716019'6 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Custom Runabout$29,000
Rare Gar Wood Runabout,-Hull # 6550, #79 of only 122 built. New stem, knee, keel, chines, transom framing (8 of 10), bottom frames with gussets to side framing, all in white oak. All fasteners silicone bronze. New 5200 bottom with 5mm Bryunzeel Okume plywood followed by 7/16" philippine mahogany. Some side planking lumber included. All hardware including rare 5 instrument cluster gauge. Gray 6 fireball to be rebuilt. More photos available
3651025 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Sportsman$25,000
Here we have a perfect candidate for restoration on a very rare and desirable Chris Craft Sportsman. Only 25 of this model were built in 1940 and 1941. Seller is a premier restoration outfit ready to bring her to her former glory. Price drop.
3219040 Feet 1940 Elco Sedan Cruiser $45,000
Advancing years and health issues make it practical to part with our family boat. We have decided to reluctantly sell her after 47 years of building memories to let a younger family to enjoy her. She is an eye-catcher and has started many pleasant conversations on the dock wherever we have been.
3212317 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrel Back$95,000
This award winning preserved barrelback has been completely refinished, reupholstered, rechromed, and meticulously turned into a 100 point show boat. The boat includes a user friendly 5200 bottom. She is powered by her original Chris Craft KB engine with 6 volt generator charged system.
3211616 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Utility$25,000
This beautiful water ready restoration of a very collectible Chris Craft boat. The Deluxe Utility is a very desirable model with only 228 built in a two year history between 1941 and 1942. This boat is the first in the series Hull #58000. This boat has correct blue faced gauges, reconditioned by Pat Powell, new period correct upholstery, a West System bottom and only 20 hours on the engine since the rebuild.
3179419 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback$39,900
2 owner beauty....recently surveyed and appraised to be in "Bristol Condition"!! Just refinished inside and out with original Chris Craft Hercules 95 hp engine which was also fully tuned and serviced. Original storage cradle included!
3176524 Feet 1940 Hacker Design by Les Staudacher Double Cockpit Forward Barrel Back$79,900
Unique Hacker design boat that has a barrel stern. Boat went trough complete refinish and restoration 2010/2011. modern power was installed at that time. The bottom was replaced late 80's and entirely checked during 2011 restoration. Includes a custom shorelander trailer that was built for the boat and custom made bimini top. Seller has receipts and pictures of bottom replacement and 2011 restoration.
3185419 '6 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Twin Cockpit Runabout$55,000
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.
3733719 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback Runabout$79,900
The beautiful and iconic Chris Craft Custom Runabout! Chris Craft only built 433 of these boats between 1939 and 1942, yet she is one of the most recognizable runabouts built by the company. She features her original Chris Craft MBL engine, the largest available option during production. The boat was comprehensively restored during the 1980's and a new West System bottom was installed 2009-2010. Folding Bugatti windshield, beautiful interior, blue faced gauges, banjo steering wheel - a lot of style packed into a 19 foot runabout!
3804518'6 Feet 1940 Gar Wood Utility$25,000
Gar Wood boats built between 1937 and 1941 are highly regarded and often referred to as the "Trophy Fleet". Beautifully designed and highly collectible. Only 10 18'6 Utility models were built between 1940-1941 and very few are in existence today. This was the last one built in 1940 and only one other was built in 1941 to complete the production run. The boat was originally shipped on June 6th 1940 to Lake George, NY. She has been lovingly restored and tastefully "dressed up" with a Gar Wood cutwater, windshield, mahogany interior ceiling panels, and upgraded period-correct Chrysler Crown 6 cylinder engine. Recently varnished and entire fuel system serviced. The boat features a 5200 no-soak bottom - launch and go! Complete with a well-fitted trailer and boat cover.
3800316 Feet 1940 Century Split Cockpit Runabout$19,000
1940 Century 16 ft. Wood Boat Dual Cockpit ~Gray Marine Hercules Flat Head Four ~Engine #34543 ~Hull #15-48 ~Direct Drive ~30 mph Boat ~Newer Custom Trailer ~Lots of Paper Work Including Original Purchase Order and Receipt ~Everything Works as it Should ~Best of Show Award Winner
3797330 Feet 1940 Hacker Triple Cockpit$40,000
I have owned this boat since 1971, have restored it twice and is in that process again. I used it on the Mississippi and the St. Croix rivers. Also used it on Lake Superior. The boat is currently in mid restoration as I commenced work to restore it once again but have not yet completed the project. The boat is a very nice example of a Hacker with an interesting history as a Patrol Boat plying the Detroit River. It is shown in the Bob Speltz series of books and the boat is housed in a large garage/workshop.
3821320'6" Feet 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Cabin Utility)$49,000
Impeccably-restored 1940 Gar Wood Sedan (Streamline Cabin Utility). Gar Wood only made these boats from 1939-1941 and only 73 were built. They were great riding boats at any speed and were one of the most attractive models built. This boat is 100% like-new with authentic upholstery and gleaming brightwork. Powered by a Gray Marine Fireball, which is unusual for the 20'6" Hacker in either the utility or sedan versions. It provides more power for full passenger loads or higher speeds with lighter loads. Structurally solid in all respects. Bonus improvements include hydraulic steering and bow thruster for easy handling in tight spots and crosswind docking. Trailer and canvas aft cabin cover included.
3817019 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback$65,000
This 1940 Chris Craft Barrel Back has been beautifully restored in 2001, after which the boat was entered in the Lake Tahoe Concours d'Elegance Wood Boat show, where it won "First in Class". The boat has resided on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe for the past sixteen years. This Barrel Back was manufactured by the Chris Craft company and shipped on January 10, 1940 to Wilmington, California, configured for high altitude use where it has spent it's entire career. Good Grief has been carefully maintained and had a full engine (Hercules M, 130 HP) rebuild in 2011. It starts easily and runs well. The boat comes with a trailer, full cover, spare prop, six life vests and an anchor, as well as full documentation and maintenance records.
3830825 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Sportsman$27,900
1940 Chris Craft 25 foot Sportsman. One of 24 produced pre war. The most elegant sportsman they made with lots of leather and lots of room for modern boating not to mention when restored valued well into 6 figures. You will not believe the amount of comfort this boat offers. The structural frame is there and although not mounted most if not all the correct hardware comes with the boat. An authentic Ivalight is available as an very useful option. A Chris W engine a top of the line option comes with the boat. It was a running takeout from my family 1940 Chris and should be a routine rebuild providing plenty or torque for thrilling rides. The aluminum trailer is maximum allowed width has disc brakes and provides a good stable platform for hauling. A custom fitted cover is included. This boat has been restored previously with almost all planking in plywood. It is well fitted but not correct. The price reflects this and definitely allows for full back to original restoration.
3829816 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Special Race Boat$50,000
Chris Craft made only 165 of the Special Race boats and this is a shining example of this model. Bottom has been redone with a 5200 bottom and overall the boat is in excellent condition and shows well. The engine is a Chris Craft Model KB 121 HP with triple updraft carbs. Cosmetically the boat is in Show condition and shows very well.
3809215 Feet 1940 Peterborough Fisherman$4,000
Another beauty built by the Peterborough Canoe Co. of Peterborough Ontario. The company built a variety of canoes, skiffs, outboards, and inboard models over the years. This is a fine example of one of the smaller outboard Fisherman models. Suitable for a small outboard or the perfect display piece! She has been very nicely restored and not used since restoration. All new white oak ribs, gunnels, and transom. Ready to enjoy!
3817219 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Barrelback$65,000
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!
3845616 Feet 1940 Chris Craft Split Cockpit Runabout$18,500
Boat owned and cared for by current owner over last 24 years. In 2011 Engine complete rebuild including tranny, new shaft,coupler,new water pump, new starter, interior redone some years back,boat refinished twice over ownership. Reason for selling; Health issue. This is a great little boat for someone new to wood boating at a reasonable cost.
3813916 Feet 1940's Adirondack Guide Boat$4,500
This Adirondack Canoe has never been fiberglassed. All of the canvas is intact and the ribs and frames are all in good condition. The owner has relocated to the West Coast and is no longer using the Guide boat.
3178524 Feet 1940's FS Crate Triple Cockpit$20,000
This is a project boat which has no Manufacturer markings on it. Due to the rounded bow, and high freeboard, it most resembles FS Crate Triple Cockppit boats of the late 1940's. All of the major wood work has been done. It needs caulking and varnishing. The boat comes with a Chris Craft Marine engine which is in running condition. The winshield segments, Nav lites, engine vents, and lifting eyes have all been rechromed. All the pieces to the puzzle are here. It just needs to be put back together.
3071110 Feet 1940's Penn Yan Rowing Dinghy$1,800
After the war, America got out on the road and starting going places and taking boats with them. One of the most popular models were the boats made by Penn Yan and they were made in abundance. This Penn Yan Rowing Dinghy bears the Hull ID# EX 2459. Very good condition 10' Dingy. Bottom was redone in fiberglass, good solid boat ready to put in. No oars.
3131114 Feet 1940's Row Boat$800
Old row boat that is a prime candidate for restoration. 14 feet in length, 4 feet wide, and about 21 inches deep. The story is that it belonged to a retired sea captain from Long Island and it was estimated at 100 years old. Needs major restoration and looking to get it to someone who wants the task, not firewood
365179 Feet 1940's Penn Yan Car Topper $1,200
I acquired this boat on Bainbridge Island where I currently live. The man I purchased it from was from the east coast. His family had brought it with them when moving to the Seattle area.
364461940's Chrysler M47S Engines (Pair)$1,000
Here is a pair of Chrysler M47S engines. Years unknown. Counter rotating engines. Sold as a pair. Both were removed from a cruiser many years ago. Transmissions included, believed to be 2:1 transmissions. Internal condition unknown. They have been stored in a barn for many years. Both appear to be complete. Should have enough parts between the two engines to make one good engine.
3673311 Feet 1940's Old Town Trapper Canoe $1,450
Canvas appears to have been replaced with very light weight glass and epoxy, doubt that any weight was added over original canvas. Foam sponsons removed but will go with the canoe, two paddles also.
2868016 Feet 1940's Jos. Dingle Boat Works Fishing Boat$10,000
This is a rare lapstrake fishing boat made by the Dingle Boatworks in St Paul, MN. 15' in length with oars and a fully remote controlled Yamaha eight horse engine. Family owned all of its life.
2864112 Feet 1940's Penn Yan Car Topper$2,400
Small boat, small lake, small boy, big memories. This is the boat that my family took camping on Pickerel Lake in Northern Michigan every summer for years in the late 50s and 60s. I didn't want it to leave the family, so when my passed away, I bought it. It was stored in our garage at our cottage up North, and now in a marina. For the past 30 years, it's been used twice. Very sea worthy. Beautiful original wood ribbing inside. Very good condition. Slips silently along to let you enjoy the lake sounds. Sold the cottage so no place to keep it. Looking for someone to love it.
2973116.5 Feet 1940's Peterborough Speedster$10,500
Complete restoration finished June 2008, marine survey completed July 2008. Perfect condition, all upholstery redone. New mooring cover. Asking $10,500.00 negotiable, depending on which engine is requested.
3056220 Feet 1940's Canadian Built Launch$12,000
This would be an easy restoration or preservation project. Could be used as is or brought back to show condition! Needs upholstery.
3036612 Feet 1940's Penn Yan Car topper$1,200
Grandfather left me his Penn Yan. I don't have skills or tools to restore it but with the right care she'll be a beautiful boat. Canvas and interior in good shape. Gunwales and keel need replacement.
3824413 Feet Peterborough Outboard$3,000
I bought this Peterborough Outboard in 1990 and spent the first winter sprucing it up in my garage. We used the boat as a run-about on the Erie Canal and along the shoreline of Canandaigua Lake while my children were young. We then stored the boat for a number of years. The boat is currently in very good overall condition. The motor was run the last time it was in the water. The boat really does not need any work and is ready to go to someone who will use the boat and enjoy her rather than having it stored. These are great pieces of Canadian craftsmanship and an iconic brand.
3752211 Feet 1940s Mahone Bay Plycraft$3,500
This exceptional 11 foot wood boat is believed to be (by experts and museums)to be the oldest of its genre,and the LAST- SWALLOW A(model)to exist! Made in the same design by the producers of the famous WW2 Musquito Bombers who started building these boats in Mahone Bay. Your chance to own a one of a kind piece of Canadian History! The boat is offered with a choice of one of the two following engines which are as follows: You can have either a n1955 Johnson 5.5 HP fully refurbished or a mercury 4HP engine built in 1960
2683316 Feet 1940s Peterborough Champlain High End Canoe$2,500
This canoe has been re-canvased and painted by William Wison Canoe restorer, Paugan Falls Canoes, in Low, Quebec and has not been put in the water, since restoration. Inside needs to be revarnished to be 100%. My uncle bought this canoe new, I beleive in the 40s or possibly in the 30's. It is very quiet in the water and paddles easily.
2913829 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Express$165,000
Chris Craft made only about 75 of the rare Express model and very very few remain to this day. They were considered the "Corvette" of their time and were offered with Twin Hercules engines. This boat has had a total restoration and won the 2010 winner of the Hessell Michigan wooden boat show, This boat is a 5 year total restoration 80% of the wood was replaced. Everything on the boat has been redone or replaced. She has full canvas including a top to bootstripe mooring canvas. This is a true classic and just may be the last of it kind. This boat has always been boathouse kept. 2010 survey available. This boat runs in excess of 34 MPH and it has both a morring and running cover. Original invoices are also available along with the first brochures. Reasonable offers accepted.
296551941 Kermath Sea Wolf$7,000
Selling this 225 HP Kermath Sea Wolf for parts. Complete as far as I know, less fuel pump, carbs, generator and piston rings.
3709622 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Sedan$79,000
Fully restored sedan, new 5200 bottom, new sides, decks transom, wire , chrome, fuel tank and upholstery. Engine rebuild and restored original blue faced gauges. Correct in every way, excellent condition, ready to show.
3655277 Feet 1941 Elco PT-Boat$500,000
Of the nearly 400 small, fast, versatile wooden Patrol Torpedo boats which were built around WWII, only a handful survive to this day. PT 48 is the only remaining 77' Elco PT Boat and a member of the heroic WWII "Mosquito Fleet". With its stylish look, cold molded cabins, reverse S bend stem, it was one of the first successful ELCO designs. PT 48 has arguably spent more time in the combat zone than any other PT Boat in existence from October 11, 1942 to August 7, 1944 and is officially credited with sinking IJN TERUZUKI. A combat highlight, while on patrol with PT 109 (led by John F. Kennedy), PT 48 was damaged by high seas and rescued by PT 109 and the use of a hand pump. The rich battle record of PT 48 is an intrinsic part of US history. Early after her 1941 launch and shortly after Pearl Harbor, PT 48 aggressively attacked enemy vessels in the Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal and Funuati. This vessel is not currently running and is a great restoration candidate.
3207616 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward Runabout$14,900
Project boat that has had new wood put on the sides. Bottom is original. Most of the Hardware is there, missing side windshield bracket, one lifting ring, and front nose piece. Chris Craft only built this model for 1 year and only 372 were built.
3757019 Feet 1941 Gar Wood Utility$22,500
Unique find of a completely original Gar Wood....even the original leather button rear seat back! These had a production run of 27 units total. Hull sides are in excellent condition and with minor effort she would be a fine example of a pre-war Gar Wood.
3782116' Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sportsman$4,850
This boat is a perfect project boat. It's all there and not in bad shape. It does need a total restoration, but will make a fine craft when done. I am restoring another vintage Chris Craft and can't do both.
3766326 Feet 1941 Hutchinson Sport Utility$29,000
This Hutchinson Sport Utility of a rare lapstrake version which presents itself as a perfect boat for entertaining, fishing and generally a great cocktail cruiser. This is a 2 owner boat since NEW and has always been on the St. Lawrence River. The boat has been very maintained and always stored indoors and inside storage during the winter. This boat shows very well for a boat of this vintage and is a fine example of Hutchinson's craftsmanship. The original engine was replaced about 20 years ago and runs strong. The boat now shows nicely in the Clayton New York Showroom at Antique Boat America and can be seen at any time. Note: Boat ran all summer 2016 flawlessly.
3833421' Feet 1941 Garwood Vacationer $34,500
Beautiful pre-war Garwood with midship seating...this outstanding boat is ready to be enjoyed needing nothing! Owner has keep the boat in absolutely pristine condition but he is cycling out of boating and would like to see it go to a caring owner. This is a very rare and desirable boat and could easily be entered in any boat show.
3846322 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Sedan$34,900
Most of the restoration work has already been done.. Upgrades included installing a 5200 no-soak bottom, rebuilding the engine, refastening the hull, new upholstery, replacing the wiring with period correct cloth wiring, and upgrading to a 12 volt system with electronic ignition. The boat has the original hardware, engine, and gauges. Also New gas tank, Gripe, Transom, New floor,and refinish of hull and transom. Vinyl flooring still need to be installed but comes with boat. Decks, interior finish and hardtop still need finished to make this a spectacular boat.
3844216 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$10,500
One of only 372 16' Deluxe Runabouts built in a 1-year production period in 1941. This example has been nicely restored and features a red russaloid interior and bottom as she came from the factory. Engine has been recently run and the boat is ready for her next owner. This is a manageable size that fits in the garage easily!
3842617 Feet 1941 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$48,500
With fresh varnish and bottom paint this beauty is ready for many more years of excitement. Excellent instruments, chrome and varnish. This is a classic, head turning, super clean boat (note the spotless bilge) with nothing needed to start next spring's season. Sporting a triple carbureted KB engine rebuilt from the magnafluxed checked block up a few years ago and a sound original style bottom, she is a solid and fine runner. Cotton Chris-Craft burgee, ensign and both flag poles included. This winter: carbs, starter & water pump rebuilt, valves adjusted.
3823328 Feet 1942 Fitzgerald & Lee Commuter$47,900
Very unique, extremely rare Fitzgerald & Lee Commuter. Fitzgerald & Lee were a 1000 Islands builder located in Alexandria Bay, New York and at one time they were the largest and most prolific Gar Wood dealer in America. The boat they built all utilized hardware and gauge packages from Gar Wood and these boats were built specific to customer needs and usually stayed in the local area. The boat does need a full restoration but well worth it. All hardware, and gauges are present and the boat is complete . This could be the only one in existence. Riding on the unique open bow area would make one feel like a kid again. This is a very worthy project and deserves to be brought back to life.
3766417 Feet 1942 Century Sea Maid $16,500
One of about 7 known to exist, Very desirable Pre War barrelback ready to restore. Engine rebuilt, Chrome rechromed, all hardware,running gear,gauges, new Stainless Steel fuel tank, Needs bottom reset,stain and varnish. 3rd owner, no time to restore. Would like to see it get completed. Needs upholstery, Awesome boat when finished.
3799017 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Barrelback$39,900
Used in the cool fresh water of the Adirondacks in New York, this is a very good example of a well-maintained, classic 1940's Chris Craft Barrelback. Side and deck varnish is in excellent condition and bottom has a fresh coat of bright red paint. Hardware and upholstery in very good condition. Dashboard gauges are original. Just add water and you've lot's of fun boating to look forward to!
3803517 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Barrel Back$79,900
This 17' Chris Craft Barrelback is in excellent condition and is ready to show. It is powered by a fully rebuilt Chris Craft Pre War Model K Engine. As you can see, the vinyl interior in the Barrelback is the original color used back in 1942. This boat is beautifully restored with a 5200 bottom and is ready to go!
3742617 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Barrelback$30,000
One of the most popular and collectable prewar Chris Craft runabout models! The 17 barrelback packs a lot of style into a small package. Only 425 of these 17 footers were built between 1940 and 1942. New black faced gauges, nice upholstery, and a wonderfully detailed Chris Craft K-95hp engine make this barrelback a real winner!
3208417 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Special Runabout $36,500
Complete restoration including engine, chrome, interior and electrical system. This is an absolutely beautiful special runabout that is ready to be used and shown.
3633033 Feet 1942 Gar Wood Four Cockpit Runabout$78,900
This boat is a radio Controlled Target boat. It was a special Gar Wood concept which the Army found to be vital for training gunnery personnel on rapidly moving targets. Gar Wood was given an Army contract to provide a total of 29 of these boats in 1942 and all were powered by a single engine Kermath. This is Hull# 4 bearing the Gar Wood Number 6768, U.S. Army Target Boat (JR-4) delivered on August 18th of 1942. This original 33 foot 6 inch, 4-cockpit Gar Wood is now ready for final restoration. The bottom of this boat has been re-done and now has a West system bottom with new ribs and frames. All the hard work has been done.Very rare find and with only a few ever built! Powered by a V-12 Kermath engine, complete with an additional parts motor.
3655015'6 Feet 1942 Mullins Sea Eagle $110,000
Mullins Sea Eagle inboard twin cockpit runabout boat. Hull and top deck are stamped steel construction. Boat has the original 5 floatation tanks that make it unsinkable. The hull number is 11057 and the boat has the original Lycoming inboard engine, all numbers match the manufacturers plate in the engine compartment. Engine was completely rebuilt in the spring of 2014. This restoration included, but was not limited to: replacing pistons, valves, bearings and rings, rebuilding starter, generator, distributor, water pump, transmission and carburetor. Engine starts and runs great but does need the final adjustment to achieve high speed. Paint on the boat is in the original scheme and colors. Interior leather has been replaced to match the original style using the original seat padding. This boat is very original with all of the factory chrome such as the bow eagle, windshield, cleats, etc. This is a rare boat with a very rare original engine that is in excellent condition.
3693119'6" Feet 1942 Lyman Utility$23,000
Own a one of a kind Lyman. This is a very rare pre-war Lyman with solid mahogany planking and the original engine. It is very sound and was in the water last year. The engine has been completely rebuilt. This is a very clean boat that can be put in the water today and enjoyed.
3066518 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$17,500
Chris Craft made a total of 408 Deluxe Utilities between 1940 and 1942. This boat has been in the same family for a number of years and is mostly original. She was restored by her current owner and has been well maintained. Windshield is not original and is is now powered by a flathead Ford V8, but the boat is fairly correct otherwise.
3170417 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Barrelback Runabout$49,000
One of the last 17 Foot Barrelbacks that were shipped from the Algonac Plant in 1942. This boat was professionally restored and maintained and is offered with the records to show the level of effort undertaken and costs involved. Ten coats of Epiphane varnish and, a new 12 volt electrical system, chrome parts all re-done, gauges restored. Boat comes complete with a full mooring cover, fire extinguisher, flags, step plates and new windshield. Restored to factory specifications and used since 1996 in fresh water and carefully stored in winter. It is now in better condition than when it left the factory 70 years ago.
3133916 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Hydroplane$129,900
This is a very rare Hydro racer that just came out of a bottom up restoration. The boat is all original, no details very over looked during the restoration. The boat is 100% correct. 5200 bottom, rebuilt original engine, chrome, wiring, gauges, interior, and more done. This rare Hydro would be a great addition to any collection.
2913722 Feet 1942 Hutchinson Lapstrake Launch$25,000
Once property of the Antique Boat Museum's collection in Clayton New York this 1942 22 Foot Hutchinson Launch is all Mahogany lapstrake construction. This boat is all original except for the windshield and in very nice condition. The original engine was replaced with an identical Chrysler ACE 90 HP 6 cylinder engine which had been completely rebuilt by Drake engines and has less than 10 hours on it since the rebuild. The boat has a folding green canvas bimini top. The windshield hardware was originally off of a 1930's Garwood. The boat has been boathouse kept in the Adirondacks since it was purchased from the Museum in 1996. The owner is selling due to lack of space and will miss this reliable and steady boat.
2903822 Feet 1942 Chris Craft Sedan$64,500
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.
3695615 Feet 1942 Canadian Canoe Co. Outboard$4,000
Beautifully restored Canadian Canoe Co. rowboat. These boats were often used for fishing, rowing, or touring around the lake with a small outboard. This example is in wonderful condition and is varnished inside and out. Complete with trailer and a set of oars. Serious offers considered!
2850216 Feet 1943 Old Town "OTCA" Canoe$2,000
This is a 1943, Old Town "Saccora" Model canoe. It is in good overall condition but could use some fresh paint on the hull. New price August '09! The boat was shipped in November of 1943. Serial number of the canoe 138142.
2703714.5 Feet 1943-50 Chestnut Canoe Company Outboard$3,200
This boat has been in the same family for over 40 years. It still has the original Chestnut Canoe Co. sticker. It was completely re ribbed and refastened with copper nails 10 years ago. Has always been stored indoors.
2843835 Feet 1944 Hacker Boat Co. Super Runabout$395,000
This 1944 Hackercraft is in a class of her own. She has been lovingly restored and maintained by her owner for over 20 years and is only the 3rd owner since new. powered by a 1300 HP Allison aircraft marinized engine. The cockpit area has room for 9 people and runs ultra smooth even at high speed. The hull is constructed of cedar and has a green bottom color with gorgeous green leather uplholstery. All of the hardware is original and was rechromed in 2003 with the leather being re-done in 2004. A great piece of marine history
2722914 Feet 1945 Playcraft Canoe$1,900
Needs only fresh varnish. This is a cold molded mahogany canoe built by Playbraft of Montreal and New Brunswick in the 1940's. Was originally double ended, but has been cut to accept the power of a small outboard.
2713416 Feet 1946 Old Town Guidesman Canoe$2,400
This wood and canvas canoe has been completely restored. All new inner & outer rails, seats, decks, and keel.
2660118 Feet 1946 Old Town Canoe$2,500
A very nice example of an Old Town Canoe and in in very nice condition. Owner has had boats for 3 years and bought it from a older gentleman who had restoerd it and kept the boat in mint condition. New canvas, caned seats, outside gunwales, stem bands and keel. All interior wood refinished to original specs including paint color. Is also set up to covert for sailng but does not come with a mast.Photos speak for themselves.
2789832 Feet 1946 Kettenburg Boat Works Pacific Class Sailboat$19,000
This is a beautiful antique sailboat that has won many races off San Diego. It s built of Philippine mahogany and has been fully restored to better than original condition. It has small cabin, 40 ft mast, new sails and spinnaker, fresh paint on topsides and deck. It has a brand new cover that covers the entire boat and topsides. Draft is about 4'. 4 fresh coats of varnish on the mast.
2765716 Feet 1946 Old Town HW Guidesman Canoe$1,800
1946 Old Town HW Guidesman canoe. Wood and canvas construction. She has been completely restored with new inner & outer rails, seats, decks, and keel.
2782325 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman$105,000
This is a very desireable and very beautiful 25 foot Sportsman. Only 200 of these were made from 1941 to 1951. The rafferty grey interior is not original but in excellent condition. Gauges and hardware are all in great condition. New varnish applied in 2013 and nearly ready to go!
2944519'6 Feet 1946 Peterborough Inboard Runabout$27,000
This boat was commissioned as a custom build for a family on Stoney Lake back in 1939. She was completed after war efforts were stopped in 1946. This boat is a true custom build because it features many of Peterborough's most desirable construction methods and this model is not seen in any of the company's catalogues. She was fully restored in the 1980's and had a new bottom installed. The boat is still in excellent condition and shows that it has been very well taken care of. This is also a very functional design with the second row of seating behind the driver's position. She has fresh varnish and is ready to go! This is a rare 3 owner boat with a nice history.
3209722 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Utility$100,000
This Gar Wood was uncovered by her current owner in a state of disrepair and was subsequently restored to her former glory. With a full and complete restoration done by a well respected restorer over 90% of the wood in this boat is new. The numbers matching engine has been completely rebuilt. The boat also had fresh varnish applied in 2012. In 2013 the boat won many awards including Best in Show. The boat performs flawlessly and is offered with a full waterline cover as well as a custom built Quickload aluminum trailer.
3210022 Feet 1946 Hunter Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,999
This gorgeous example of Canadian craftsmanship was delivered to Mr. C. Peterson of Lake of Bays in Muskoka, Ontario in 1946. It was Hull # 17 in the production run for 1946 and was delivered in July. It was well appointed with a split seat in the front another amidships in front of the engine so as to allow for mores sociability. The boat was then, and is still, powered by a Gray Marine Fireball Six cylinder offering 150 HP. Its smooth skin sides were mahogany and the bottom was British Columbia cedar. The boat is still in very nice condition and has been in the same family for many years. It has been carefully stored away and is no longer being used. It is indeed one of very few Hunters still remaining and shows the distinctive craftsmanship found in Canada, such as the hand carved air scoops. It is complete with a tandem axle Continental trailer.
3171516' Feet 1946 Peterborough Lakefield Canoe$5,700
This historic handmade Peterborough is in fantastic near-mint original condition. This is not a restoration. The bow thwart has a placement for a sail rig if so desired, although I never had the sailing rig myself. As is fairly typical, there are no seats and likely there never were any. It's unusual to find these in this great of condition outside museums. Generally, these have considerable salt rot and other serious damage. This one's clean, watertight, & requires no work. It's ready to enjoy. Stem#: 1427 2534. Previously owned by a fellow collector. Stored in climate controlled indoor environment. Appraised & Insured at $6,000.
3081415 Feet 1946 Lakefield Mohawk Double Cockpit Cedarstrip$3,000
Another example of Canadian craftsmanship with cedar planking on steam bent white oak frames. This once lovely runabout requires a full restoration and refinishing. The boat decks are fully repairable.
3082812 Feet 1946 Old Town Sportboat$1,500
Classic antique rare Old Town Sport Boat green canvas. In good condition. Needs a little work, stored in metal garage for over 25 years. Looking best offer for this rare old classic when they used to make boats
3097522 Feet 1946 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman$29,000
The U-22 Chris Craft Sportsman was immortalized in the movie "On Golden Pond". This model of Chris Craft was a very popular model with over 3000 units made between 1946-1954. This particular boat is in exceptional condition. The interior is great, the hardware is very bright and the condition of the wood is very good overall. All work on the boat done by a professional and done right!
3106318.5 Feet 1946 Van-Craft Runabout$13,000
She has a painted white hull with varished Mahogany decks,interior and transom.6cyl chris craft top end all done 2 years ago.Fresh varnish in Aug. This boat was built in Wallaceburg.Ont.and is very rare.Always boat house kept.
3743123 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Cruiser "Senator"$55,000
"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!
3758122 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$9,700
Current owner has had this boat fro 35 years and boat house kept during that time. It has all of the original hardware and engine. The windshield frame is original but the glass has been changed out to a plexi. This is the rare mahogany hull which was hard to find as there was an embargo on mahogany after the war. The boat has been stored for many years and is offered without a trailer. Due to health and age I am unlikely to use the boat again. Storage is possibility if unable to pick up right away. Photos are current and reflect the condition of the boat as it sits today. Carrying Place Ontario is located 100 miles West of the 1000 Islands bridge.
3758622 Feet 1946 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$9,700
I've Owned her for 35 years and kept in my boat house. All original hardware engine etc. wind shield plexi but frame original, Rare all mahogany hull as you know most were painted after the war, stored many years, no trailer. Realised to due to my age and health will never be able to put her in the water again. Offers considered and may store for you up to a year after full payment, until you are ready to pick her up. Pictures July 2016. Located 100 miles west, from Clayton New York and the 1000 Islands bridge.
3769416 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign$36,000
A new model for 1946; the 16 foot Gar Wood Ensign was fast and nimble! Its price point and modern design attributes made it one of Gar Wood's most popular production models. Distinctive to this model is its unique anchor-adorned bow; hardware indicative of Gar Wood's attention to detail. This example has been comprehensively restored and customized in a tasteful manner! She features a no soak, 3M 5200 bottom, upgraded 289cid Ford Interceptor V8 power, beautifully varnished hullsides, and custom interior upholstery. Well maintained and fresh varnish added recently. This beautiful Ensign needs absolutely nothing and is ready to go!
3769816 Feet 1946 Gar Wood Ensign$17,500
Here is a very rare and desirable Gar Wood in extremely nice condition.....in the water last season and ready to go....very fast with the Chrysler 6 cylinder engine!
3811122 Feet 1946 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman$58,800
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!
380611946 22 Feet Duke Utility$19,500
This Duke Utility has been the pride of one Family for the last 40 years. During that time it has always been in the cool fresh waters of the Muskoka Lakes and always stored in a boathouse year round. The boat was restored and kept up by Paul Brackley of Brackley Boats and is in overall strong condition.
3842316 Feet 1946 Century Utility$25,000
1946 marked the beginning of Century's "Victory Fleet". When production started back up after WWII, the 1946 models were limited to materials that were available at the time. The company focused on smaller models, ranging from the 15 foot Sea Maid to the 17 foot Standard Utility. This 16 foot utility is a great example of Century's early post-war production. She was comprehensively restored in 1998 and has been very well maintained since. Powered by its original Gray Marine 4-75 engine, she moves along well and is a great little package! Under single ownership since 1987.
3836517' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout $18,500
1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout in the water in the Finger Lakes and enioyed for many years by my Family. All top side planks and some side planks professionally replaced. Model K engine and transmission rebuilt with now less than 10 hours on them. The original bottom was sanded to bare wood, re-caulked with 3M-4200 and coated with CPES and four coats of Interlux Interprotect 2000 Epoxy barrier protect. Bottom painted with Interlux Bronze. The tope side was re-varnished in 2016. The boat has nice original chrome, beautiful red upholstery, 12 volt conversion, correct stern pole with glass globe, bow pole and burgee. Offered with a full waterline cover and an older custom trailer.
3814417' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabouts$40,000
Award winning 17ft Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout. Professional restoration in 2015. Rebuilt Model K engine with less than 5 hours. Refastened every screw. Beautiful finish work. Completely rewired and converted to 12v with electronic ignition. This runabout is nearly all original! Original cedar bottom planking in excellent condition! Ready for fun and shows very well. Hard to find a better Deluxe.
3814722 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22 Utility$29,500
One of the most popular models of Chris Craft and the model used in the Movie " ON Golden Pond" which was credited with re-starting the Classic boat hobby. This Chris Craft Sportsman known as the U-22 for Utility 22 footer has a complete new 5200 no soak bottom, sides and decks with custom bridge deck and second seat, full water line cover, modern power, sturdy roadworthy trailer all hardware re-plated, gauges redone, new upolstery, a truly beautiful ready to go boat
3815022 Feet 1947 Duke Utility$1,250
This boat will require a complete restoration. The boat has been with the current owner for twenty years. The engine is likely the original. The boat has a cedar planked bottom and mahogany sides. Most of the wood is useable and salvageable The hardware will need to be re-chromed. The boat does not have a trailer but the seller can put the boat onto a trailer using his hoist.
3817722 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$21,900
This Chris Craft U-22 is the mahogany-sided version, unusual for U-22s immediately following World War II as mahogany was limited in availability. Excellent condition with original bottom, engine, and all hardware. 12 volt electrical system. In the water and used every weekend in the fresh water of the St. Lawrence River. A great boat at a very attractive price from a motivated owner!
3775417 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout $35,000
Completely restored to exacting original specs. All new wood. Rare, rebuilt KBL. New original style upholstery(Kapoc), 5200 bottom, new chrome, gas tank & lines. Original color cloth wrapped wire. Custom water line & trailer cover. Best Restored Runabout at an ACBS Summer Show.
3777216 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Rocket$25,000
Restored 2005 Boat is in overall very good condition. Painted as original Rocket. 270 hp makes it a real Rocket. Hull and bottom fiber glassed and in very good condition. Full cover. Custom trailer.
3776517 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$32,500
Frame by frame restoration, new double plank bottom, completely reskinned in correct mahogany. Items rebuilt: Engine, gear box, starter, generator, gauges, prop, shaft, couplers and steering box. Completely reupholstered including correct springs and material tags. All hardware has been re-chromed and all correct stainless has been replaced including cutwater. New windshield glass. Correct stain with 14 coats of varnish. Documented restoration with receipts includes over 200 photos. Proven show winner.
3759717 Feet 1947 Peterborough Kawartha Cedar Strip Outboard$2,500
Cedarstrip boat with no rot. Located near Pembroke, Ontario. Includes oars, paddle, anchor, original seat cushions, spare props and extra gas tank.
3764617 Feet 1947 Higgins Speedster$25,000
Here is a extremely rare Higgins Speedster that has been totally restored to perfection! The hardware on this beauty is spectacular....even has the original Higgins throttle foot pedal. All new upholstery, engine & transmission make this a must see!
3750222 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$29,900
Absolutely beautiful Chris Craft U-22! One of the most practical, collectible classics. This is a very original boat with an excellent bottom. Original Chris Craft M engine has been rebuilt and upgraded to a 12V system. Great upholstery and varnish! Turn key condition and ready to enjoy.
3742022 Feet 1947 Hunter Triple Cockpit Runabout "Hurricane"$85,000
Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario; another well-known Canadian builder inspired by the artful work of Herb Ditchburn. Hunter built a number of very stylish split cockpit runabouts after WWII. This 22 foot runabout model features all mahogany construction, beautiful custom hardware, very unique hatch ventilators, and the quintessential Muskoka style ventilated egg crate floorboards. She has been fully restored and her varnished mahogany absolutely gleams. Originally powered with a Gray Marine Fireball-6, she has been adequately repowered with a powerful dual quad Chrysler Hemi.
3736118 Feet Cliff Richardson Runabout$19,000
372371947 Parsons Engineering 30 HP Engine $5,000
The engine came out of a 1947 Hunter. It comes complete with transmission. Condition of engine is unknown, however I was told it was in running condition when removed.
3101219 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Red& White Racing Runabout$65,900
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.
3123319 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Red & White Racing Runabout$15,000
This is one of only a few hundred Red and White racing runabouts produced during this era. It has most of the original hardware except the windshield and bow light. It needs to be restored but is structurally very solid. The owner has had the boat for 10 years and has not been able to restore this boat as he has too many. The hull number is R-19-085.
3173117' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Dlx Runabout$55,000
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!
3200726 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Overnighter$15,000
Hull #7131 #8 out of 9 Built. Originally delivered to to Wawassee Boat Co. Syracuse, ID. A very rare boat according to Gar Wood history!
3141322.5 Feet 1947 Gar Wood Utility$100,000
Purchased from the Daughter of the original owner and delivered first in New York City, this 1947 Gar Wood Utlity is one of only 5 known to be built and the ONLY one known to still exist. It is offered with the original numbers matching Chrysler Royal and it has all of the hardware rechromed and replated. The hull is all new and the boat needs thing as it was completely restored for the Gar Wood Concours in Clayton where it won the Best Post War Gar Wood Utility. This is a 90+ point boat at any Boat Show and is a cool design as Gar Wood incroporated a barrel stern inconic shape to htis very broad beamy Utility. This boat will show well and handle well in any type of water.
3167917' Feet 1947 Chris Craft Dlx Runabout$39,900
Stunning Deluxe Runabout...the boat has been 100% completely restored to perfection.....previously owned by country music star Alan Jackson....Van Ness engine refresh and detail & runs perfect!!....buy this and win shows!!! Absolutely no disappointments here.
3220820' Feet 1947 Port Carling Sea Bird Hawk$15,000
The Port Carling Boat Works built wooden boats from 1925 to 1959 (rowboats, sailboats, motor launches and runabouts). The famous runabout SeaBirDs grace the waters of Muskoka and many waterways across North America. She was last taken out in September 2013, packed her with 5 passengers and she never missed a beat.
3644022 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sedan$32,500
Completely restored classic mahogany boat with hardtop and optional amidships seat. Hull #399, delivered originally to Spokane, WA. Engine completely rebuilt. Hardware 99% original and all replated. Gauges all original, restored where needed. Wood work includes new decks and transom, some new hull planks. Bottom is traditional. All new upholstery: seating, motorbox and hardtop. Excellent condition, zero hours since restoration completed. Included trailer is roadworthy but not fancy. Sold as is, where is.
3679413'6 Feet 1947 Wagemaker Wolverine Outboard Runabout$9,900
Rare small dual cockpit runabout with windshield. Restored with new cedar replacing original cedar planking. New chrome, fuel tank, and battery. Has running lights, compass, new sunbrella travel cover. Includes original Johnson SeaHorse engine (rough but restorable). Boat is located in Long Lake, MI.
3715416 Feet 1947 Century Deluxe Utility$33,000
Wooden inboard powered 16' open twin cockpit runabout. The 4-year restoration of this vessel has been thorough, keeping original hardware, bringing every piece of the boat up to "as new" condition. The SAMS surveyor reported, "actually better than original condition." Alaskan cedar plank-over-batten on sawn white oak frames. Decking and transom are varnished mahogany. Features a foredeck with aluminum-framed glass windshield at forward cockpit seat where the helm is located to the starboard side. Engine is beneath a cover in forward in the forward portion of the aft cockpit with excellent access. Across the rear of the aft cockpit lies an upholstered transom seat, just forward of the short aft deck.
3699017 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$13,500
Boat was originally purchased as part of a pair of 17' Deluxe Runabouts and used by the Viking Resort hotel on Kueka Lake. It was restored by Ed Wightman in Hammondsport NY in 2003. Repowered at the time of the restoration. Pictures show boat with no hardware, all hardware has been rechromed and will be reinstalled by the owner. All new upholstery. Engine has been professionally winterized and boat has been stored inside ever since. Engine runs great and boat needs nothing except a new owner. Compare to listing 36991
2934820 Feet 1947 Hacker Craft Utility$45,000
This boat is all original except the Crusader 350 engine. Original bottom (dbl planked white cedar)has been refastened, new transom, 1 new bow cover board. A very nice restoration and ready to go. A fast, fun boat for the St. Lawrence. Fresh restoration!!
2903214 Feet 1947 Penn Yan Challenger$2,800
1947 Penn Yan Challenger. Hull has be fiberglassed in order to avoid "soaking" the striptight hull. Solid hull, no rot. A few ribs were recently replaced. Not in perfect condition but pretty good for its age. Forward steer/controls. The deck could stand a refinishing. A definite user Penn Yan; it would require some work to make it a show boat. The outboard is in great condition and runs great.
2907519'6 Feet 1947 Kenneth Roney Guide Boat$12,500
Cedar strip guide boat built in Battersea, ON by Kenneth Roney. Boat used every season since 1947. Boat and motor in very good condition. Last of the guide boats on Loughborough Lake. Boat needs a little TLC. Is well worth it for a one of a kind boat.
3030122 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$12,000
Hull number U-22-888, boat is not restored. This is a user boat and as you can see by the pictures is missing some original hardware and gages. Engine has been completely rebuilt and has less than 4 hours on her. The trailer can go with the boat but should be replaced with a correct trailer.
3056022 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$24,250
Freshly Rebuilt Engine. Decks and transom complete with 10 coats of varnish. White painted hull. New fuel tank. Upholstery brand new. Needs Paint and assembly.
3057214 Feet 1947 Niagara Falls Bicycle Company Cedar Strip Outboard$6,995
Complete package boat, trailer, motor, ORIGINAL CONDITION and ready to enjoy...same family 60+ years, only one of 3 known survivors of 100 produced. Jackets with 1949 stamps, oars, tools, engine stand, bail pail...trapped in time and all original super condition. Lindseed oiled every year. Center steering with left side throttle control, cedar covered bow...wood has that shinny classic look still on bow.
2994218 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-18$5,500
This project boat has many new planks and has been refastened in most areas. She has a sound and very tight hull that is simply awaiting completion. All hardware, seats, and floorboards are there. The boat is being sold due to a lack of time.
3018522 Feet 1947 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout$54,000
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.
2776317 Feet 1947 Correct Craft Runabout$7,000
A once popular model of boat the Correct Craft's were well known in California being towed to lakes. This is a survivor which was used up until recently. Has an upgraded Corvette engine and trailer. All ready to go
2779617 Feet 1947 Old Town Canoe$3,500
All original, including paddles. Custom paint from Old Town. Excellent Condition.
2782814 Feet 1947 Alumacraft Model B$800
This rowboat was manufactured by Alumacraft the 2nd year they were in business. Still a solid boat and is used regularly at the lake. Two rowing stations on gunwales, one set of 7' oars included. I've not found an aluminum boat this age and in this good condition on the web.
2843325 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Express Cruiser$45,000
Rare and gaining in popularity because of their socialibility factor, this 25 foot Chris Craft Express Cruiser is in good overall shape and ready for a new owner. It recently has the top half of it's Chris Craft Flathead 6 rebuilt and is enjoying a new canvas deck. As well the upholstery has been re-done and the chrome is all on and original to the boat in good condition. The boat will require some TLC and still has it's original bottom. A fresh coat of blue bottom paint makes this boat look very sharp.
28510-8 Foot 1947 Penn Yan Aero Dinghy$3,500
A very original Penn Yan dingy. Oars included, all hardware original, new rub rail. Very scarce...great living room decoration.
2832916 Feet 1947 Wagemaker Outboard$4,000
Wagemaker...one of the most collectible molded plywood outboards. With a 1957 good running Mercury 40hp on the transom. Trailer is a sufficient over the road trailer, singel axle.
2662228 Feet 1947 Goodhue Hawkins Launch$75,000
Cover for the rear deck and brand new snap in covers. Totally restored and used very little. Boat needs nothing. Has new decks, new floors and has been completely gone through. Fully documented
2625619 Feet 1947 Higgins Sport Speedster Deluxe$11,000
Lost Storage! Boat must go. photo documented, Professional "Show Quality" restoration. Boat was completely stripped of all paints and finishes, bottom refastened and covered with West System epoxy and hand laid fiberglass. All exterior surfaces received a base of 10-15mil hand sanded epoxy coating prior to painting. Hull and decks were hand faired and block sanded and repainted with marine polyurethane.9 coats of epiphanes varnish. All thru hull fittings were sealed with #M-5200. Engine is freshwater cooled with a 1967 Oldsmobile 330 V8 with velvet drive trans. 80% completed and needs only to have the engine installed. includes many new parts and have over 20K invested already in this restoration. LOST Storage and boat must go. Will also consider an interesting trade for this rare boat.
2621017.6 Feet 1947 Ventnor Utility Deluxe$7,500
This boat was bought by the original owner in 1947 and was used by the original owner this past summer. After many years of enjoyment he is now ready to sell the boat as he can no longer keep up with the boat. The boat is fresh water cooled with a heat exchanger for use in salt water. The boat is in good running condition. It has the original Stewart Warner dash and has a fiberglass bottom. Interior is also in good shape. white with red trim.
2715222 Feet 1947 Greavette Streamliner$175,000
This is a very rare triple cockpit. Unlike the more common "S" cockpit, this boat features a hatch over the rear cockpit. Other unique features include the prewar SW instrument panel and the external rudder, which only appeared on prewar Streamliners. It was likely commissioned before the War but was registered in 1947. This boat has just undergone a 2 year "frame out" restoration, complete new bottom bottom,Hullsides,and an entire new deck planked properly without any visible bungs. The hardware is original and complete which is essential to a boat this rare. Unique are the 2 fuel tanks that are on each side of the engine. Included is the original Buchanon Flathead 6 cylinder, but the boat is currently powered by a Big block V8, freshly rebuilt and detailed. Streamliners are among the most collectable runabouts on the market, custom built for the most part. If you are in the market for something rare and unique that stands above the rest, this is the Streamliner for you.
2755024 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Express Cruiser$35,000
Engine had major work done winter of '06-'07,0 hours on boat since. Also has new canvas deck.
2756122 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$24,500
Upholstery in good condition, decks coated with varnish, new floor covering, bottom painted, recent motor work & detailing
3211116 Feet 1947 Peterborough Canoe$5,600
I have owned this gem for 30 years. It was an antique when I bought it in 1984. Rarely saw the water. Although always in good condition it was fully restored in Winter of 2012 by Dave Lanthier (Kamloops). It is a showcase piece an deserves a good home.
3207822 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$29,000
Being offered is a 1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman Utility. This is a very desirable model of Chris Craft and similar to the one used in the move "On Golden Pond" and credited with jump starting the hobby. The boat has been repowered with strong Chris Craft 327 engine which will move the boat along nicely. Interior, gauges and upholstery are all in good shape. Structurally, the boat is solid but does have one bad stringer which will need replacing. Offered with a nearly new Shore Lander trailer which is used almost exclusively for storage and has very few miles on it since being purchased.
3220312 Feet 1948 Old Town Sport Boat $3,300
This is a classic wood and canvas Old Town Sport Boat built in 1947 and restored (new canvas) in 2005. I am the second owner; the boat has been used 2/3 times a year since restoration. Asking price is for boat only, but a small Mercury outboard and trailer are available.
3629817 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman$17,500
Same owner since 2006. The boat has been refastened: Bottom, Hull, Transom, & Top Sides. Powered by a Chris Craft model B engine. Comes with a spare B motor for parts.
3611516 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Special Runabout$19,995
Clean dependable boat. The bottom sides and decks have all been refastened. Engine has been rebuilt and has low hours since. Have receipts of all work done on boat since 1997. Comes on a single axle trailer
3640521 Feet 1948 Hacker Triple Cockpit Runabout$49,900
Beautiful boat with a unique Canadian flare. Hacker design built by Dorner Furniture CO. in Canada. They built about 4 boats per year according to the story. The boat went through a complete restoration about 8 years ago and has been used very little since. seller says bottom was replaced during an earlier restoration. This boat has very distinctive styling.
3650726 Feet 1948 Hutchinson Utility$60,000
The Lady Edith is a storied boat, she was delivered new to Cherry Island in 1948. In 1960 the present owners family bought Cherry Island and she was kept in the boathouse for the new owners. Has been in the same boathouse since new. Always maintained by the best local craftsmen. She is now ready for a new owner to enjoy.
3699117 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$14,500
This boat was part of a pair of 17' Deluxe Rbts. that were purchased and run by the Viking Resort Hotel on Kueka Lake. . It was restored in 2003 by Ed Wightman of Hammondsport, NY. It was repowered at the time of restoration. All New Upholstery. Engine was laid up professionally and the boat has been stored inside ever since the purchase in 2003. If interested in this boat also look at 36990 ( the twin of this boat)
3663622 Feet 1948 Duke Utility$74,000
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!
369491948 Chrysler 6 Cylinder Engine$500
This Chrysler engine came from a single engine Chris Craft cabin cruiser. Turns over. Model S147-718 engine. Has a Zenith Carburetor. Has been winterized. We have everything including the mounting plates and the transmission.
3681022 Feet 1948 Shepherd Utility$18,000
Antique 1948 Mahogany Shepherd for sale. This boat has always been docked and stored in a boathouse. It has a 250hp inboard Chrysler engine, one family owned, located in Muskoka. It was last in the water 2 years ago, exhaust hoses replaced at that time and marine certified. Needs some light touch up refinishing work on transom, no rot. Good performer with the straight drive engine configuration and V8 power. Very original boat!
3160232'3 Feet 1948 Moris Rainbow Class Racing Sloop$65,000
Completely rebuilt in 2012. Electric system: 2 pumps, lights, depth sounder, solar charge. Mast and boom in Douglas Fir. Three sails in perfect condition. Winter boat storage cover included (2012).
3111522 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$37,750
1948 Chris Craft U-22 Sportsman bearing hull number 1038. This boat has gone through a complete restoration in 2011. The restoration included a complete stripping of the entire hull, top to bottom, including a complete saturation of the deck and hull with Smith's clear penetrating epoxy sealer for strength and durability. The entire hull and decking was then re-stained and varnished. The hull below the waterline has a West Systems bottom with E glass and then painted with racing bronze bottom paint. All britework has been re-chromed to a virtual brand new condition. The Sportsman is powered by a Hercules MB engine that was re-built by Mitch LaPointe's Classic Boat and Motor in June of 2011. The Sportsman also comes with a 2006 Trailstar "Tahoe" trailer that has been customized for this boat. The pictures tell it all!
3101714 Feet 1948 Custom Kit Outboard$4,500
This boat is old (64 yrs) and will get a lot of attention and admiration anywhere you go, lots original and a few necessary/convenience upgrades. Has a top cover that could be replaced or used as is, side vinyls are in pretty good shape, prop is a bit rough and original, but serves its function. The motor is a late 70's Merc 200, fires up every time like a champ, well maintained, has a hydro plane fin on motor. Steel drain basin, good to hit the water as soon as you can license it!
3102225 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman Sedan$37,900
Very rare and original boat. The whole boat is complete. Original wood is in very good condition and no side or deck planking should need to be replaced. The boat still has it's original leather interior. This would be a great winter project for any wood boat lover.
3103120 Feet 1948 Ventnor Runabout$85,000
Rare boat, only one built with dual windshields. Boat has been fully restored, still has it's original wood decks. engine has been rebilt, all restoration was professionally done. This is a very strait mand clean boat.
2697340 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Enclosed Bridge/Aft Cabin Cruiser$69,000
This beautiful cruiser went through a 2 1/2 year comprehensive restoration in 1993 and was only used for 8 summers and has been in dry storage since. There is photo documentation of the work performed. She is both self-contained and set up for shore power and water including a 110V waterheater. She has her original dining table which is usually missing from these cruisers and is tastefully decorated for liveaboard comfort. Also included is a teak swim platform, stainless steel shafts and 2 extra props. All systems are in good working order and she is USCG inspected. However one would need to replace the 4 batteries, a couple coats of varnish and hull and bottom paint to bring her back to perfection.
2631317 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout$18,000
This Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout was completely restored back in 1992. It has a West System bottom over marine plywood. Chrome was replated, the gauges were restored and the interior was done by a restorer in California. It has been repowered by a 1967 Chris Craft 327 ci Chevrolet conversion. The engine was completely rebuilt in 2003. Boat is currently in need of a refinishing. Make an offer!
2663019 Feet 1948 Higgins Deluxe Runabout$30,000
Bought from the original owner the boat was completely and throughly restored. This boat is in excellent condition and is a very rare and fine example of Andrew Jackson Higgins work. The chrome has been redone, original hardware is all on the boat. The interior is white and is also in excellent condition. Bottom has been redone, new topsides and new decks.The boat is really in mint condition. The engine was rebuilt. All the instruments were done by Mark Clawson and are gorgeous. Hull ID# 4012-7-7799
2593622 Feet 1948 Hutchins Open Utility$8,500
This is neat boat especially with the demand for dry, roomy comfortable utilities. This boat has a folding top along with new upholstery (burgundy) but requires some work to rise above it's current user boat look.
2856224 Feet 1948 F.S. Crate Triple Cockpit$65,000
These boats were the pride of Lake Simcoe as they were made in Keswick, Ontario. The plant burned twice and was rebuilt by Lloyd Crate , one of Fred's sons. These boats are very rare and as is the case with most Canadian boats...these are appreciated for their fine Canadaian craftsmanship. This is the ONLY triple cockpit F. S. Crate that we know of in existence and one of only a handful that we know to still exist to this day. The boat itself is in excellent condition overall and will make a superb addition to any collection.
3045816 Feet 1948 E.M.White Canoe$2,900
This E.M White is an exceptional canoe which was found at the Chicagoland Canoe Base. The exterior finish is flawless as is the color. The canoe is solid and rot-free and totally original. This is a great find, exceptional and desired. The canoe has been fully and faithfully restored and is a fine specimen. Every rib and every plank are original. The ribs are I belive ash and the planking is clear cedar with the breast plate being oak. The canvas is essentially brand new and prepared by professionals. The canoe bears the hull ID# 781. After many years of ownership and very little recent use the owner has elected to part with the boat. These are hard to find in this type of condition and represent a great part of history when canoes were so very popular as a means of transportation.
2914616 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Special Runabout ( Rocket )$28,000
Between the years of 1946 and 1949 Chris Craft made 1040 of these very popular Special Runabout's which were also known as the Rockets. They were painted white natural and also blue which were extremely popular. This boat is an unrestored original boat with it's original K engine. The boat has cedar sides, mahogany decks and cedar ceiling planks. the boat is being offered with a new bottom and re-finish of the hull and topsides. The boat is being offed for sale at a price of $ 28K when the restoration is complete. The new owner will of course have lots of input as to the final work being done
2939016 Feet 1948 Peterborough Canoe$2,000
1948 molded ply Peterborough Canoe. The boat has been stored indoors for many years but needs a bit of cosmetic TLC.
2940326 Feet 1948 Hutchinson Utility$65,000
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".
3724623 Feet 1948 Ventnor Twin Engine Sport Runabout$295,000
An original Lake Minnetonka raceboat; Shazam was campaigned until 1955 and remained in storage until she was discovered in the late 1970's. Ventnor only made 6 of these twin engine Sport Runabouts and this is hull #6, the last of the production. Two others are known to exist, and only one other is on the water. She was completely restored in 2005 and turned many heads on the show circuit in 2006. The boat remains in wonderful, concours condition and is correct to original in every aspect. Powered by twin Gray Marine Fireball engines, she is capable of speeds up to 50mph!
3721334 Feet 1948 Miss Canada IV Race Boat$775,000
Miss Canada IV was Canada's first challenger for the Harmsworth Trophy, emblematic of world speedboat supremacy. She set an official world record of 138 MPH in 1949 and in her 1950 attempt to best Slo-Mo-Shun's 160 MPH world mark, recorded a one-mile run of 173 MPH. On her return run at an estimated 200 MPH, the gearbox failed and she drifted to a stop one hundred yards short of a certain world record. The Wilson Racing team sold the boat in 1951 and she was later campaigned as Miss Supertest. Found in the 1970's by the Mistele family of Detroit, the boat was shown at many events and eventually brought to Canada in 2011. This boat is an important part of Canadian race boating history and is now being offered complete with her Rolls Royce Griffon engine and hydraulic trailer.
3764819 Feet 1948 Century Resorter$12,900
The 19 foot Century Resorter of 1948 was well designed for the rough waters of larger lakes, sporting a 5-inch wider beam and 4 extra inches of freeboard. This example is a great user-boat and has been well kept over the years. An older restoration and a reliable runner. Was in the water and enjoyed this season. She is powered with a dual carbureted Gray Marine Fireball, upgraded to a 12V system. Interior is in good condition overall. Unique cast Century emblems were a 1-year option on the rub rails. A great boat to enjoy this season, and complete some cosmetic work over the winter to make her a real winner!
3776025 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman$35,000
Nice user boat. Partial bottom replacement and the boat is still tight. Interior is a bit worn but remains in good shape. Chris Craft Model-W engine is a strong runner. Comes with a new mooring cover and newer tandem axle trailer. Rare solid boat at a reasonable price!. In the water summer 2017 and running great.
3803619 Feet 1948 Higgins Runabout$79,900
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.
3814522 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$35,000
Miss Cynthia was the featured boat at the Smith Mountain Lake Antique Boat Show in 2013 following a 13 year restoration. She has a 5200 bottom, rebuilt Chrysler Crown 115 hp engine, all new wiring, renewed upholstery, rebuilt gauges, re-chromed fittings, and a new fuel tank. Original features include an Iva light, original boat hook, engine crank and aft steering station (only one the current owner has seen). Topside stain is original, finished with Captains. More restoration details, pictures, and ownership history are available.
3811226 Feet 1948 Higgins Deluxe Sedan Cruiser$69,500
You are viewing the only Higgins 1948 Deluxe Cruiser known to exist. This boat was a barn find in 2005 and has been meticulously restored to original. All restoration has full picture documentation. The boat was professionally restored and nothing over looked to make this boat as perfect as possible. In 2012 she has won many awards including the prestigious BEST OF CLASS - PRESERVED Cruiser Class at the ACBS International Boat Show held at Table Rock Lake, Branson, MO. CD of restoration photos are available on request. "Most recently this spring, she was honored at the Keels and Wheels Show near Houston with Best Cruiser and Best of Show. She has been kept inside on a custom trailer and has just undergone some upgrades with a new fuel filter system and a perfect original match exhaust manifold. The 70 year old original manifold gave it's life up last fall. The Zenith carburetor has been re-built and she runs like a dream at 2500 rpm's.
3837522 Feet 1948 Shepherd Rear Engine Runabout$34,900
This classic Shepherd is on excellent condition. It under went a full restoration in 2007 including New planking, rewiring, Chrome redone, and new interior. This Shepherd will handle big water and is a wonderful family boat. Includes a tandem trailer and full cover.
3196019 Feet 1948 Chris Craft Red/White Racer$49,995
This boat has been completely detailed, new painted sides, interior hull, and motor detailed. Runs strong. Excellent trailer and cover included.
271839'6 Feet 1948-1950 Van Pelt Racing or Water Scooter
WANTED: The above listed boat or ANY related items, such as literature, pictures, factory brochures etc from all years up to 1960. Thanks
2722118 Feet 1949 Correct Craft Special$32,000
All original pristine 1949 Correct Craft with a West bottom, full cover, original engine and instruments fully functional.This boat has little use and it shows. A rare model that was built well by Correct Craft. You won't be disappointed.
2580418 Feet 1949 Mercury Racer$11,000
This is an excellent user boat. It has been repowered with a 1995 Mercruiser 275 hp engine. The upholstery and finish are good and it is water ready.
2569117 Feet 1949 Higgins Speedster$22,000
This is an excellent water ski boat that is in mint condition. Very clean boat needs a little work on the deck and splash rails. Present owner has had this boat for three years and waters skis on it regularly. Bottom was repainted last year and the interior was replaced 3 years ago. The Higgins story is well documented and Higgins were very involved in the war effort during the 2nd World War when they made beach landing craft similar to the ones we all have seen in documentaries surrounding the D-Day anniversary. This is a 3 owner boat and has been well cared for by all of it's owners.
2928916 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility$35,000
This boat was totally restored back in 2003 and remains in excellent condition. She is almost ALL original wood, a rarity for her age. The bottom was removed, reinstalled, and refastened using the 5200 method. Half of the bottom frames were replaced. Beautiful ribbon striped mahogany planking, everything treated with CPES. Silicon bronze fasteners throughout. Rewired with correct wiring, gauges redone, fuel tank resealed. Comes with a second set of seat cushions and a custom 5 bunk trailer. Needs some new chrome but is otherwise great and ready to go.
2912117 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Special Runabout$15,000
A lovely Special Runabout 17 which should be restored and is a very worthy project. Bearing the Hull ID# SR-17-1079 this unit needs some planks replaced and a new complete interior. An engine is not in the boat right now but a correct engine could be purchased with the boat as a complete package.
3041426 Feet 1949 Hutchinson Utility$80,000
By far the nicest example of this boat we have ever seen. Built in Alexandria Bay, NY in the heart of the 1000 Islands region, Hutchinson boats are known for their craftsmanship and ability to handle rough water. The 26' utility was a popular choice for the river and is very practical for entertaining or carrying a large load with style. Later examples like this exemplify Hutchinson's transition from displacement hulls to hard chined, planing boats with its modified hull design. This example has been beautifully restored. The boat shows extremely well and is well appointed with nice upholstery, a bimini top, and ample storage compartments. She also has modern power, a full cover, and a nice tandem axle trailer.
3054434 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Express Cruiser$26,500
This boat is a big part of the 1000 Islands history. Originally owned by the Edgewood Resort in Alex Bay used during the Adventure Town era. Was named "Miss Adventure" and still is today. Fully restored inside and out with many updates and a custom trailer built for hauling. Stored during the winter inside. Very economical to run and user friendly. Our family of seven has enjoyed this boat for many years. Updated with new fuel tanks and sending units. Shore power, head with storage tank and hand held shower. Electric water heater, Eagle navigation system. PRICE RECENTLY REDUCED
3037826 Feet 1949 Greavette Streamliner$199,000
This is a very rare length of Streamliner that is absolutely stunning! She has been meticulously maintained and always boathouse kept. The boat was completely restored in 1989, revarnished in 1995, and received an engine rebuild in 2004. She has always been used gently and remains in impeccable condition.
3012223 Feet 1949 Higgins Speedster$19,995
This rare Higgins Speedster is only one of three known to exist of this model and length - restored and in use since 2004-2005 - in the water and ready to go. The boat was used at the Lake of the Ozarks every seasona nd has been used lightly and carefully cared for.
3199117 Feet 1949 Higgins Runabout$7,900
1949 Higgins, all original trim, gauges, windshield, spotlight, siren in good working order. No cracked glass. Engine stars right up and runs strong. Small area of plywood separating inside by engine. As far as I know boat is in original condition.
3130317 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Special Runabout$33,900
Very clean boat that has gone through a bottom up restoration by a professional restorer 2008/2009. New bottom, interior, engine rebuild, chrome, too much more to say. Restoration costs of over 100K. All receipts and pictures of the restoration are available.
312949 Feet 1949 Jacoby A-Class Hydroplane$1,500
Pop Jacoby was a NJ based builder that constructed conventional and 3-point hydroplanes as small as M-class to the big F-class boats. Some of outboard racing's most winning hulls came from the small shop and they were owned by many notable racers. This example is an A-class conventional hydro. She is a complete project boat, but still intact and looking to be saved by an ambitious restorer. Plywood bottom dates it in the mid-late 1940's.
3684417 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout $90,000
Brand new professional restoration with new bottom. Original deck and topsides. New ceilings and upholstery, Engine rebuilt, brand new electrical. New safety features added: fuse block, battery switch, blower, auto-manual bilge pump, seacock for raw water intake. New Fusion stereo, blue tooth and iPhone ready. Brand new custom trailer and boat cover. Less than 10 hrs post-restoration. This baby is ready to go! Just pick a name for her and drop her in the lake!
3611318 Feet 1949 Experimental Raceboat$7,500
This boat was designed and produced by the late inventor Phillip C. Christianson, the son of a Wisconsin lumber baron. Originally built with an Continental 125hp airplane engine and propeller it was like nothing else of its day. The boat hull has been preserved intact, short of the original engine/drive train. We are still gathering information on this one of a kind boat and will ad as we get it. The boat was featured in the 1948 Milwaukee boat show being pulled behind a new Buick.
3461817 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Special Runabout$35,000
This boat has only been on Lake Michigamme in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and has only ever had two owners, both in the same family.
3846518 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman$18,995
Clean user boat. Original bottom but is it tight. Recently varnished and bottom painted. This boat is water ready and just needs a new captain. Great boat for the first time wood boater.
3796521 Feet 1949 Greavette Utility$15,000
This gorgeous example of a Greavette has the popular mid engine walk around and is a great user boat. Bottom has been redone and is ready to go. Includes custom tandem axle trailer.
3795718 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Riviera$22,500
This is a beautiful boat that has been enjoyed by this owner for over 20 years. It is used every summer in the Sacramento River. It is not a show boat but it is turn key. It has the desirable 131 Triple Updraft carbs and also has a fiberglass bottom. The boat is NEVER kept in the water and only when in use. It has the optional spotlight on the bow as well. Owner is willing to assist in a local transport.
3756515 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Utility$18,000
This 1949 Chris Craft has had an extensive restoration including a new bottom, new transom, new back deck, new gas tank, new wiring, new gauge cluster, fresh chrome, new floor covering, new upholstery, new bilge pump, new battery and a new trailer. Only 5 hours of run time on the Model K engine. Ready to enjoy!
3763324 Feet 1949 Greavette Sheerliner Sedan$129,000
Built by Greavette Boatworks of Gravenhurst in 1949, this Sheerliner Sedan model is absolutely gorgeous! Only 20 hours of use since here comprehensive restoration. New 5200, no-soak bottom, beautiful brightwork and refreshed chrome throughout. Unlike many other sedans, this boat features a hard-chine, planing bottom design which means she will get up and go! The perfect cruising boat, and quick enough to get you back to the dock when the wind kicks up. She has been repowered with a 350cid Mercruiser engine w/velvet drive transmission. Complete with hand-knotted rope fenders to match the original-look.
3741824 Feet 1949 Custom Raceboat "Miss Comet"$175,000
"Miss Comet" is a very unique and special performance runabout. She was designed and built by Naval Architect, Monty O'Shea, between 1945-1949. O'Shea was best known for designing the famous Dodge yacht, "Delphine". She is built entirely of laminated Honduras mahogany. The unique bottom design features 2 planing-steps and a forward rudder for directional control at speed. Power comes from a pair of 350hp Chrysler Hemi engines equipped with 4 2-barrel carburetors each. In its early days, the boat was reported to reach speeds of 80mph! "Miss Comet" is a testament of what a craftsman can accomplish with all-wood contruction. Her powerplants are intriguing, and she is an important piece of performance-boating history!
3751018 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$29,500
A stunning example of the iconic Chris Craft Riviera.....she has been enjoyed by the current owner for 15+ years and he is now ready to pursue other interests. She was restored and shown in Clayton in the early 2000's and well cared for since. If you've been lusting after a 18' Riviera, this is the one!
3740317 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout$18,900
Excellent boat with a new 5200 bottom and great varnish. This boat needs nothing. It is in the water running and can be seen at any time summer 2016. Has all lines, paddle anchor and full mooring cover. Can be towed away on the nice load rite trailer.
3743522 Feet 1950 Duke Special Runabout $29,900
This is a 22 foot Duke built in 1950 and is a one of a kind custom built boat for a well-to-do cottager in Muskoka. Purchased in 1988 and completely refinished, all exterior wood is original except for lower transom plank. Engine stringers and interior dead wood replaced with white oak, floor PT plywood. Engine fully rebuilt and converted to 12 volt system. All hardware is original as is the upholstery. The boat is on Lake Joseph in Muskoka, Ontario and is always kept in a boat house.
3746215 Feet 1950 Abbott Outboard Runabout$1,900
Abbott Boats, of Sarnia Ontario, are best known for their sailboats. It appears they also built a handful of outboard boats and this is the only survivor we have seen to date. Built around 1950, this example features typical cedar strip construction and its design is a middle ground between Peterborough and Penn Yan. She is in good original condition and ready for some light restoration work.
3769512 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Cartopper$3,000
The current owner inherited this boat from his father, who owned it for many years. She has been sitting indoors for approximately 50 years and remains in nice overall condition. The boat is offered with oars and oarlocks.
3803718 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$45,000
This boat is a 1950 18' Chris Craft Riviera and it is a beautiful award-winning boat. When the boat was showed, it won 1st place in The Best Chris Craft Category as well as Competitors Choice and Judges Choice. It is a fully restored boat with a 5200 bottom and is powered by a 6 Cylinder, 105HP Chris Craft KL Engine.
3837422 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sedan$32,500
Beautiful restored 1950 Chris Craft Custom Sedan. These are rare boats. Hull No. S-22-259. Originally sold on Grand Lake in Oklahoma. Located on Lake Canandaigua, acquired and returned to Grand Lake in 2011. Major restoration 2011-2012: stripped, sanded, stained and varnished hull and deck; refastened the hull and bottom; planks replaced as needed; canvas top replaced; new upholstery; new side windows; new interior deck carpet. Original Chris Craft Hercules ML engine. Engine rebuilt in 2014. Low hours since rebuilt. Winner ACBS Heartland Classics Chapter Handsome Transom Award, 2012 and Best Wood Cruiser 2013. Kept in covered slip on lift. Full waterline cover. Excellent condition.
3838218 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Aristocrat$16,000 
Hull number WR5061. Purchased new by a Chevvy dealer in Spencer, New York in 1951. My Dad bought it in 1961 and we built a boathouse for it. It was used as a cocktail Cruiser by my Parents and was a special boat in our Family. After my Father passed the boat sat for 14 years until I refinished the boat and got it back and ready for the water. The boat has low hours on it and
3838422' Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$22,000
This is one of the most popular models of Chris Craft and remembered best in the movie "On Golden Pond". I've owned her 12 years. Put less than 30 hours on engine per year. Replaced all wiring in 2010. Two bilge pumps. Clean throughout except for some varnish blistering on the hull. Forward deck and transom in good shape. Includes original manual and electric, wiring blueprints and maintenance history. Maintained well.
3814018 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera $49,000
Own a true American classic run about from the era that started private motor boat ownership. Original Chris Craft engine totally rebuilt, including all 3 carburetors (0 hours). New stem, ribs, and bottom professionally completed. Fresh varnish and paint. All chrome redone and original steering wheel restored. Convereted to a 12V electrical system. New bilge pump, aluminum gas tank, propeller and fire extinguisher. Includes two waterline covers and trailer in good condition. Over $100,000 spent over the years to bring this boat back to its original condition.
3826617 Feet 1950 Western Fairliner Torpedo Stern$79,000
A rare Western Fairliner and rarely seen on the East Coast. This boat has had 5 owners since her delivery from the Western Boat Building Co. of Tacoma, WA in 1950. She is powered by a Chris Craft KBL model engine fitted with three updraft carburetors. She has been fully restored to an extremely high standard by her current owner. This exact boat was profiled in the Bob Speltz book series.
3818622 Feet Hutchinson Utility $9,400
Solid, good condition example of the popular Hutchinson 22 foot Utility. Ready to drop in the water, soak and run. Local minister owned her for 60 years; current owner for 7. Boat has always been used in the clear, cold freshwater of the Thousand Islands and stored in Alexandria Bay, NY. Brightwork needs attention, but otherwise she's ready to go!
3214926 Feet 1950 Hutchinson Utility$49,900
Beautifully appointed Hutchinson mahogany boat! Seating for 7 passengers comfortably, custom cabinetry, unique cabin top with multiple positions, and excellent storage throughout! A super rare, quality crafted, limited production wood boat! Gorgeous. This 26 Foot Utility has recently been through a fresh restoration with new upholstery, chrome redone, and flooring. It is offered complete with a contemporary styled canopy cover which is in very nice shape. The package also includes a nice tandem axel trailer which pulls the boat smoothly.
3654612 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Car Topper $1,500
This boat has been in the family for over 60 years. The canvas is original, and the boat has always been stored inside. She is a great little duck hunting boat
3684817 Feet 1950's Chris Craft Kit Boat
Bought this boat on Craigslist, been sitting in a guys barn for 20 years. Believed to be a Chris Craft Kit Boat. Very nice preserved condition!
3692319 Feet 1950's Bartender designed by George Calkins$21,000
19 foot Bartender designed by George Calkins during the mid '50's. It is a Pacific Northwest design. Powered by a new Mercury 50hp, 4 stroke. Built of marine grade plywood, lots of epoxy and fiberglass cloth. The trailer is a 2012 Yacht Club single axle. A Marine Survey was completed in December 2014.
3690518 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$18,500
One of the most popular runabout models made by Chris Craft! The Riviera is stylish and performs well. This example is very original and has been enjoyed by the current owners for many years. Original bottom, original wood, and believed to be the original interior. Chris Craft K-95hp engine runs well. She is a good user boat that can be used this season, or freshened up over the winter.
3669718 Feet Feet 1950 Port Carling SeaBird Utility$16,500
1950 Port Carling SeaBird, owned by current owner since 1974. Orignal 4 cylinder Buchanan engine and transmission can be included. Currently powered with a 4-cylinder Yamaha engine. These will be available to potential purchasers. Owner is currently finishing wiring and floor boards.
3714017 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman$14,500
The boat is a 1950 17 ft Christ Craft Utility Sportsman. Also she is hull number 1 of that year. This boat has spent most of its life with my family in Michigan since the early 80s and we brought it to Nashville in 07/08. She has been in storage for two years but the attached pics were taken just two months ago. She is safe and looks great. The boat has a fiberglass no-soak bottom so no swelling ever needed. The engine has electronic ignition and runs great. Comes on a nice trailer with a dust cover. Always kept in inside storage.
3707914 Feet 1950 Penn Yan Trailboat$1,000
This Penn Yan Trailboat is an excellent project. Canvas is serviceable but will need replacement at some point. Rubrails need replacment, along with splash rails, and there is one hole in the deck. Otherwise the boat is absolutely complete.
3159722 Feet 1950 Hutchinson Utility$18,000
The pride of the St. Lawrence River with a beautiful wooden windshield and gauge cluster. This Hutchinson Brothers Utility is in very good condition and solid in every way. Hardware is good, engine will run strong and the bottom is structurally good. The trailer is not included but transportation could be organized for a reasonable fee.
3156430 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Express Cruiser$39,500
Beautiful 1950 Chris Craft Express Cruiser. Restored to original condition using approximately 95% all original parts. Comes equipped with twin Chris Craft 145hp 6cyl engines, Chris-o-matic controls, 2 new canvas tops, compass, marine radio etc, and many spare parts. Sleeps 4 comfortably. Stored indoors and is turn key and ready to go.
3197815 Feet 1950 Peterborough Zephyr$11,200
This is a fully restored Peterborough Zephyr. The restoration was recently completed and the boat is in wonderful condition. Of specific note, the classic Peterborough grab handle at the nose is the original.
3011817 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Special Runabout$15,500
Current owners have had this boat since 2005. The bottom and transom were replaced in 2006 and she has been in use every season since then. Engine was rebuilt in 2002 and the carburetor was just rebuilt this season. The boat runs well and shows well. The varnish should be redone at some point, but it is not yet in a critical stage. Restoration documentation and original documents are available. Asking price is considerable less than amount invested. The owners do not have time to enjoy this lovely boat and must sell.
3017718 Feet 1950 Airboat$10,000
This boat belonged to the current owner's father and it has always been kept indoors. It was custom built in Florida around 1950 and was brought up to Seeley's Bay, ON for the owner's personal use. The hull is aluminum and it is trimmed and outfitted in mahogany. It has not been used for approximately 35-40 years. Powered by a 4cylinder Lycoming engine. Very unique piece!! More photos available.
3000718 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$16,500
Professionally refinished All original hardware and wood Original bottom, and motor New rubber flooring and re-uphostery Original chrome
3056418 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$33,000
Runs Perfectly. Electrical Upgrade to 12 Volt. New Fuel Tank. Boathouse Kept. Same Owner for 19 years. Original Manual. Impeccably Maintained. Turn Key.
3045712 Feet 1950 Acme Kit Boat$3,000
Quincy visu-matic, "deadman's" throttle, Duotrol steering wheel, have tiller handle. Boat has always been stored inside. Was used in 2011 and had no leaks. Ready to show and go!
2913418 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$46,500
Only 288 of these sought after Chris's were ever made between 1950-1954. They offered the beautiful blonde king plank and great flare and styling. This boat has been completely and professionally restored and is what a great Riviera is supposed to look like.
2929016 Feet 1950 Canadian Cedar Strip Outboard$3,500
This Canadian is in very nice, original condition and is complete with all original hardware and controls. Appears to have always been stored indoors. All original seats and floorboards are present. This is a nice original that would be great for the lake.
2926817.5 Feet 1950 Century Resorter$4,500
Known items missing: Bow and stern name tags, windshield glass, convertible top frame, seats, engine cover, gas tank and gas pedal. Engine is a Chevy 327 (Condition Unknown). Most, if not all, planks and deck are in the boat. I far as I can tell, the bottom and frames are in very good shape. Nice trailer with great tires and hubs. Open to reasonable offers.
2917818 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Riviera$39,900
Here is a chance to own one of Chris Crafts most popular small runabouts. This boat has all new paint and Varnish, New Seat Frames, New Floor boards with new rubber flooring. Very solid Boat, no rot. Always stored indoors. New Reliable Ford interceptor installed with new bottom. Boat LOOKS GREAT, RUNS GREAT and SOUNDS GREAT.
2968725 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman$39,900
Rare and very popular, 1950 was the last year these boats were produced. This is one of 17 that were built that year. The boat is very original other then the newer vinyl that was installed. This is a rare opportunity to own one of these sought after beauties for half the price.
2714130 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Express Cruiser$38,000
The current owners of this boat bought it in 1988, and spent 10 years restoring it to its current condition. This model of Chris Craft has a dinette, a forward berth, and an enclosed head. A full canvas has been added for maximum comfort. This is a multiple award winner that has toured the 1000 islands extensively.
2708524 Feet 1950 Ulrichsen Clipper$12,000
This boat is said to be the only one of its kind left on the St. Lawrence. It has been an active guideboat and was used in the 1976 sailing olympics. It is built pilotboat style!
2680316 Feet 1950 Mason Double Ended Duck Boat$6,600
This is a fully restored 1950 Mason duck boat. It is very heavily built- fir planks on oak frames, with oak stems. Bottom has been fiberglassed w/West system. 2 rowing stations, 2 new mahogany seats, custom wooden cover, 2 manageable oars. A historical duck boat that is also a great coastal fishing boat. Can make custom outboard mount for a 3-5hp motor. No trailer, but it is car-toppable.
2672030 Feet 1950 Smith Boatyard$69,500
1950 lobster boat, looks like a Hinckley picnic luanch. Hull completely splined and glassed w/West System, New Keel Cooler, reubuilt motor, SAT radio, auto pilot, GPS,AM-FM CD player W/Bose speakers, VHF,Hyd. steering, shower, new electrical, 24v windlass, teak decks, Awl Grip Paint, kept on trailer in garage always, everything new or rebuilt, all varnish new, with awning and at anchor cover. Gorgeous boat in bristol condition. Built by proffesional Yacht Captain as personal launch.
2860516'6 Feet 1950 Canadian Nymph Outboat$6,500
This 1950's Canadian Nymph has beenbeautifully restored. Needs finishing touches- all orginal parts available. New trailer included. Ready for a motor and a lake!
2863619 Feet 1950 Cedar Strip Sail BoatBest Offer
19' Cedar Strip sail boat. 180 sq. feet of sail. Probably made in the late 40's or early 50's. Center board, sails and rudder in working order. Currently located on the French River in Ontario.
2789915 Feet 1950 Old Town Canoe$2,500
This is a 15 Foot Common Sense Grade Old Town Canoe. the boat has been in the same family since 1950. The owner's ahve the original certificate from Old Town which goes with the boat along with a pair of paddles which are not as old as the boat. The boat was recanvassed 10 years ago.
2808112 Feet 1950 Thompson TVA Cartopper$2,500
Comes with a custom built trailer, oars, and a cloth cover with drawstrings. Many rebuilt parts and added braces of brass and mahogany to protect the structure. All are removable to return to original. Stern was rebuilt new in 2002. Spray rails and gunwhales replaced in 1978. Seats are original cedar with new braces and supports as needed. The paint color is as close to original as possible. This would be a good addition for a collector or to be used on quiet waters. She is a very fast boat with five strakes for planing and nimble handling. Well suited for a 5-6hp motor. It was the fastest and sharpest turning boat on the lake in the 1950's.
2786816 Feet 1950 Old Town Canoe$2,000 
1950 Old Town Canoe, Good condition,
2793415 Feet 1950's J.H. Ross Cedar Strip$4,500
Nice Canadian built boat with the original oars (label still on them). Could use some cosmetics, but otherwise sound. Always stored indoors.
2842516 Feet 1950's Ross Cedar Strip Outboard$3,000
Rare cedar strip boat built in Orillia, Ontario. In solid original shape. Contains the original oars and locks with the Ross label on them. There is one known soft spot in the bottom. It is contained to about a 2" square section. This boat is very similar to a Peterborough
2675428 Feet 1950's Reproduction Rowing Skiff$2,100
This is a very rare Classic 1950's Rowing Skiff which was built in Budapest Hungary. This boat belonged to a Rowing Club on the Danube River and is made of natural Mahogany. The boat is 28 feet long, but only weighs 110 pounds. This boat is ready to Row or hang in a boat house or restaurant.
2714712 Feet 1950's Penn Yan Car Topper$3,000
2944816 Feet 1950's Canvas Covered Canoe$1,600
This canvas covered, cedar canoe has been nicely restored and is in great shape. Dusty from storage, but nice condition. The builder is unknown but it is a factory built boat that would be a nice addition to the cottage or your collection.
29078 Feet 1950's Crosley Marine Engine$800
Converted Crosley car engine. Has marine manifold. Single carb. Appears to be in very good condition. Flashed motor about 1 year ago. Quick start. No transmission. Very light weight motor. Used extensively in the marine industry.Also used in race boats. Generators, pumps etc.
2886428 Feet 1950's Rowing Skiff from Budapest, Hungary$2,500
These boats belonged to a rowing club on the Danube River in Hungary. Made of mahogany, lapstrake construction. 28' long, 110 lbs. Ready to row or hang in a boathouse, cottage or restaurant. A total of six of these rowing skiffs available on request of the same vintage.
3048816 Feet 1950's Century Resorter$3,500
This is a total restoration project that was started, but the owner passed away and it is being sold. Original motor and hardware.
3065414 Feet 1950's Peterborough Handy Boy$6,000
Peterborough Handy Boy. 14 feet long with a beam of 5 feet. Nice lake boat for a few passengers. Cedar strip planking is in good shape, partially varnished. One floor board needs some attention.
365699 Feet 1950's Penn Yan Dinghy$1,500
This Penn Yan Dingy was originally a tender on a large Matthews yacht. The boat has been glassed and repainted. It has been kept for many years in inside storage and seen little to no use.
3639016 Feet 1950's Peterborough Royal$4,500
Mid 1950's Peterborough Cedar Strip. Fibreglassed bottom. 1988 Mercury motor and EZ loader trailer. Runs well. Buy as a project to fully restore, or use as is.
358821950's 7.5hp Scott Attwater Outboard Motor$500 
Completely original and a true collector's piece! This 7.5hp Scott Attwater is complete with its original carrying bag - great display piece or addition to your 1950's outboard boat.
358851950's Palmer 135hp Inboard Engine$650
This engine was a running take-out and appears to be in good condition. Comes with accessories, as pulled from the boat. 264 cubic inch displacement, approximately 135hp. Model HFD bearing serial number 4c8537.
3609212 Feet 1950's Lakefield Cedar Strip Rowboat 
Your next winter project! This little Lakefield is a lovely size for a small outboard or rowing. Requires restoration to include a new outer stem, new transom & knees, 10 new ribs, a few plank repairs, and new floorboards.
3837812 Feet 1950's Penn Yan Car Topper$1,700
Used for Duck hunting and fishing in the 50's & 60's. Stored in dry barns after '62, to present. Very good unrestored condition, with original oars/brass locks. Three seats, 2 sets brass oar brackets, would also make nice decorative piece. Original wood ribbing and green canvas outside. Seats in good condition, very seaworthy.
3769614 Feet 1950's Larson Falls Flyer$3,400
1950's Larson Falls Flyer - restoration project - if you know boats, you know that this is a classic rare fiberglass boat and can bring in a very high price when restored. $3400 obo
3745514 Feet 1950's Larson Falls Flyer Project Boat$3,500
Another iconic Falls Flyer outboard model. This example is ready for restoration. Bare fiberglass and no hardware - a great candidate for restoration or a custom build!
3748519 Feet 1951 Duke Smoothside Barrelback$15,000
Beautiful Duke Barrelback with complete new bottom and less than 10 hours on a fully rebuilt Gray Marine engine. This is a very, smooth planked model. A fine example of Canadian craftsmanship and very unique!
3840212 Feet 1951 Penn Yan Swift Racing Runabout$4,500
Recanvased in 2008 with over $2,300 invested. (Receipts available upon request). This boat has been in the family since it was new. It was my father’s boat, however, he passed away and this boat needs to be enjoyed. Hull ID number: Trailer and Mercury Engine included. CZT51100 Mercury Model Mark 25, Serial Number 959503
3837218'6 Feet 1951 Greavette Dispro$12,995
Disappearing Propeller Boats (Dispros) are well known for their unique practicality. With a propeller that has the ability to raise, flush with the bottom of the hull, they are able to enter shallow waters without fear. 'Pastime' was badly damaged sometime in the 1970s-1980's in an accident on the Niagara River and modified to use an outboard engine. The damage meant the hull had to be completely rebuilt. She was comprehensively restored, her engine refreshed, custom interior cushions added, and has been enjoyed over the last few years. Offered complete with a nicely fitted Cradle Ride trailer and trailering cover. Needs nothing but a new captain!
3586018 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Riviera$24,499
The boat is a 1951 18' Chris Craft Riviera (Hull number R-18-186) with a Chris Craft Model K 6 cyl 95 HP Engine (#54356). Brasil Boatworks did full refinish in 2008/2009. It had a new green interior installed at that time. Since it's been refinished, it's spent summers on Lake Bomoseen in VT and was always garage kept in the winter. Comes with a cover and a tandem axle trailer. Overall very clean boat. It is currently garaged in Rutland VT.
3209319 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Holiday$29,900
Hull # H-19-054 Hull restoration completed in 2003 including Smiths epoxy system bottom. Book match planking. Engine rebuilt in 2006 Varnish refreshed in 2011 stored inside. Upholstery redone to hull card specs 2003
3704817.5 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Special Runabout$10,500
Second owner boat. Boat was taken to restoration shop several years ago. Owners filed ch 7 and disappeared... She was recovered by current owner, but is missing seats, floor boards, motor box and chrome.
3202322 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$7,500
$7500 As is in current condition. Restoration services may also be arranged by the owner and his crew of expert restorers. This 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility Gray pattern boat will be beautiful once restored. It comes with complete original hardware, MBL Hercules 6 cylinder motor, 158 HP. It needs a complete restoration. A great project boat for the Woody's at heart. Offered for sale by a show-quality restoration shop - sold as-is, or they would love to finish the boat for you. Serviceable trailer also included.
3168222 Feet 1951 Hutchinson Utility$29,000
This later model Hutchinson Utility has had only 3 owners since new in 1951. The boat is in overall excellent condition and has always been used in fresh water. This boat is ready for a new Captain.
3162816 Feet 1951 Century Resorter$12,500
This 1951, 16' classic wooden Century Resorter is in very good condition. Properly stored in winter. Used for the ocassional cruise on the Muskoka river each summer. Original grey marine, 6 cyl, 112 HP engine with new stainless steel valves. Trailer (few years new) included.
3133619 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Holiday$9,500
This is a 1950 19 foot Chris Craft Holiday. These units were built between 1951 and 1953 and there were only 384 units built. This boat is a fresh water boat all of it's life and has a Chris Craft "M" engine.
3055922 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$9,900
Complete with all hardware and interior. Varnished hull. Easy restoration.
3036720 Feet 1951 Duke Utility$40,000
This beautiful Duke has been in the same family for about 15 years. The bottom was replaced when they purchased it and it is very structurally sound. She is equipped with an accessory Muskoka top and a very unique folding windshield. Nice lines and high crown on the decks. Interior is nice and the engine hatch & transom have just received fresh varnish.
2963616 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Riviera$43,000
This beautifully restored 16 foot Chris Craft Riviera was built in 1951 and is in Showroom condition. It has been rejuvenated by a master restorer over a 2 year period with no budget restrictions. The boat is equipped with a Chevy V8 marine engine and is perfect in all ways. the boat has been run for a total of less than 3 hours since the restoration and comes complete with a EZ Loader galvanized trailer.
2684218 Feet 1951 Andress Launch$7,500
Only two of these boats ever made from Andress Boat Co. of Rockport, Ontario. Refinished and ready for the water. I have it in the water 8 times, still soaking up but doing very well. Runs very good. The boat is easy on gas. Have extra parts for the boat. very rare boat wont see another one like it . Very good condition. 7 coats of varnish on the decks 4 coats of paint on the sides and 4 coats on the bottom.
2546223 Feet 1951 Chris Craft Holiday$33,000
1951 Holiday, 95% original, very rare find. Price includes original MBL 158 engine.
2851314 Feet 1951 Wagemaker Wolverine3300.00 Firm
This boat has been stored in a garage for the last 20 years. It has not seen the water since 1994.
2867218 Feet 1952 Acme Industries Aqua Liner$11,500
Hull is made of laminated mahogany, birch decks, oak dash. Twin 17 gallon built-in fuel tanks. White vinyl seats. Restored in 1990 by a boat builder. Hull is very solid. Appraised at $25,000 in 1990. Selling for health reasons.
2822312 Feet 1952 Penn Yan Car Topper$3,500
One of the classic small boats of the world is the Penn Yan "Cartopper". Advertised as the answer to boat portability and convenience. A lightweight pretty little boat that will make a wonderful camp fishing boat or a nice decoration in the boat house. Excellent condition with original company logo's and tags.
2640214 Feet 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy$6,500
This 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy was in storage for 30 years. The owner pulled it out of storage and has compleltey restored it. The boat has been epoxied and the restoration totalled over 300 hours. It is powered by a twin cylinder 1952 West Bend 16 hp outboard motor.
2961616 Feet 1952 Wagemaker Wolverine$4,000
This is a nice little Wolverine, with two engines available and a trailer. Wagemaker is a very desired classic outboard boat and this is a nice example. Not in the water for many years..but well stored and cared for. Very hard to find this model so take a good look. Fairly priced. In need of refinishing...of course. All else is good to go. The boat is offered with 2 motors inlcuded as a package and the boat is rigged for both of them. They are a 10 HP Johnson Sea Horse built in 1952 and the other is a 1960 40 HP Johnson Sea Horse. Both of these run well.
2920318' Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera$31,500
This is an excellent full restoration Chris Craft Riviera. The engine has been freshly rebuilt with less than 12 hours since the rebuild and the systems have been upgraded to 12 volt and completely re-wired. It also has a new epoxy bottom, sides and decks. All of the hardware has been recently re-chromed along with a burgundy interior.
3145217 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Kit Boat$13,000
This boat was restored approx 3 years ago.glass bottom new interior and rechromed comes with cover and trailer.Fun day boat.
3145418' Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera$36,000
This wonderful Riviera has been fully restored. Rebuilt engine, fresh new interior. Has only been used twice since completed and has a total of 5 hours of use. Trailer built for the boat but could use some cosmetics.
3169817 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Special Sportsman$14,900
This lovely Chris Craft Special Sportsman spent most of its life on the system of Rideau Lakes in Ontario. Original restoration was about 25 years ago by Miller Potter boatworks of Manotick, Ontario. She was purchased by her current owner approximately 6 years ago and promptly received a fresh cosmetic restoration. Powered by a modern 4.3L GM V6 engine. The boat shows well and runs great!
3207017 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Deluxe Utility$14,900
This 17 Foot Chris Utility has a rebuilt engine by Jim Murdock and is in good solid decent shape. Upholstery is good, chrome is good, gauges work and finish is decent but could use a fresh coat of varnish this season. It would make a perfect entry level boat for someone wishing to get into the hobby.
3207219 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Racing Runabout$78,000
Completely restored. Has won several ACBS awards and Concourse'd Elegance and is on it's way to Tahoe again this year for it's last showing. This is a perfect show quality boat. Comes with new custom fit trailer as well as a new custom cover. Owner has at least $130k invested in this beautiful restoration.
3697818 feet Feet 1952 Lyman$12,500
This Lyman Islander has been in our family since purchased new by my father-in-law. The engine was rebuilt in 2000 and the hull was repaired at the same time. The boat is in sound condition throughout and is presently in use on Lake Champlain. The engine starts easily on original 6 V battery system. A bilge pump has been added on separate 12V battery power. Finishes are in good condition but will need fresh coats. Bright work on foredeck and gunwhales will need to be redone before next season.
3696216'6 Feet 1952 Peterborough Handy Boy$4,500
Peterborough Handy Boy cedar strip outboard runabout. Older restoration and in serviceable condition. 1956 Evinrude 30 HP outboard matches the boat nicely, needs some adjustments.
3697531 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Express Cruiser $5,900
Boat has been out of the water for 20 plus years. Engines are in good condition, one has been rebuilt. Hull #31X-160 Twin Model M Chris Craft 130HP engines with reduction gears. (MR #75354 and ML #78025) Engines worked well when boat was put into covered storage in 1991 and have been turned over occasionally by hand. All double plank mahogany hull. Cabin with double bunks, sink, icebox, bathroom, and table that converts to a bed. The boat has been in Alexandria Bay NY since we bought it. It has been in covered storage. We took impeccable care of the boat until a severe winter windstorm in 1991 knocked part of the boathouse onto the boat snapping the bolt-on keel and windshield. Most all the damaged wood pieces are stored inside the cabin. The keel has been replaced but the windshield has not been repaired. Some damage was done also to the cabin top, nose, and gunwales. Hull, transom, deck are sound but have some rotted areas that need replacing. All hardware is original except the steering wheel which is missing. Interior and both engines, reduction gears, props, rudders, and shafts are in good order. Stainless steel shafts are new. Engines were running well when the boat was stored for the winter and have been turned over by hand occasionally. One engine was totally overhauled in the late 80's and the other had a complete valve job the following year.
3665017 Feet 1952 Port Carling SeaBird Utility$8,500
Lovely 1952 SeaBird made in Port Carling, Ontario by the Port Carling Boat Co. Extensive restoration just completed. Complete woodwork, stain, varnish, electrical, and plumbing. Buchanan Junior 4 engine was entirely rebuilt, professionally. No excuses boat, ready to go! Includes a nice single axle, bunked trailer.
3680919 Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Holiday$18,500
I have owned this two owner boat for 35 years. Great running boat, used lightly every season. In recent years: complete engine overhaul, complete transmission overhaul, new stainless steel shaft and shaft log, new water pump, overhauled original carburetor, updated brass exhaust manifold elbow, all original gauges re-faced, original cloth wiring, factory overhauled and re-plated Iva light original, all chrome original- stripped polished and replated, original bottom in good shape stripped of lead paint. Starts first time every time.everything on the boat is from 1952.
3683012 Feet 1952 Chris-Craft Pram$1,900
Not many original Chris Craft Kit Boats have survived. Structurally like new. Inside like new with no signs of use. Clear varnish interior. Out side needs a maintenance coat of paint. Only in the water a couple of times used as a row-trolling boat in northern Wisconsin. Everything is original down to the last prince and reed screw.
3836318 Feet 1952 Richardson Boat Works$15,900
Hull Number 1 of only 12 barrelback utility boats built by Richardson Boat Works in Meaford, Ontario in 1952 exclusively for Dawson Marine's dealership. This 18 foot unique and well-maintained boat was originally owned by Ted Dawson. She has been completely restored with a show-quality finish. The 1952 flathead Ford V8 was rebuilt at the time of restoration and has very low hours.
3842918' 6" Feet 1952 Greavette Dispro$10,900
Always stored under cover, in the Muskokas, Restored over the past 2 years. Engine restoration , fall 2016, by Hewitt Marine in Brockville. The boat has a new keel and stem, a few 1/2 ribs and both garboards. It has the original seat cushions, and non-original spoon oars. Sold with a small custom trailer.
3805540 Feet 1952 Wheeler Sport Fisherman $25,000
Here's a great day-cruiser or overnighter for inland waterways. A 1952 40' Wheeler Sportfisherman, she's planked with one-inch mahogany and the interior finished in mahogany trim and cabinets. She's equipped with two (2) hundred gallon fuel tanks, a hundred gallon brass water tank and a 40 gallon holding tank Her bottom and sides are freshly painted and she's been cruising on the Hudson River for the past 10 years. Built in Brooklyn, NY by Wheeler Shipbuilding, the same yard that constructed Hemmingway's "Pilar" in 1934.
3720820 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera$28,500
Boat is in very good condition. New ineterior. Boat refinished in Fall of 2011. Comes with a custom configured tandem axle trailer. Shore Station electric hoist with vinyl roof also available, made for the boat.
372221952 Century Resorter$28,900
This 1952 Century Resorter was originally delivered to Greenwood Lake. The boat was last registered in 1972 and it sat in indoor storage for many years. Purchased again in 2013, the boat was fully restored. The bottom was stripped and inspected finding no rot at all, penetrating epoxy was applied to bottom and all refastened, bottom planking seams were done with 3M 5200, followed by fresh varnish, all chrome re-done and engine serviced. The boat received a new gas tank, new copper wiring and new upholstery...there is also a bilge blower installed for extra safety. A 2014 Performance trailer completes the package. Since then, the boat has been shown and is an award winner scoring 93 within the ACBS judging standards. The boat is ready now for a new custodian with many years of fun boating ahead.
3770115 Feet 1952 Peterborough Zephyr$3,500
Restored Zephyr with new fibreglass blue hull. Stored inside, comes with boat cover, bumpers, cushions, fire extinquisher and various spare parts. Restored 1952 Zephyr serial number 2925, with a 25hp 1955 Johnson Sea Horse electric start along with original fuel tank. Very good condition. Included 2 year old marine battery, 2 year old EZLoader trailer with tongue break, blue and grey cover, seat pads and cushions, blue bumpers, depth finder and fire extinguisher. Original nav lights, steering wheel and throttle quadrant. Newly fibre glassed hull along with recently finished upper cedar top. Runs and starts like new. Must sell to new owner, not using enough and I am looking for a new project
3768818 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera $1,100
This is a project / pattern boat. Has flat head, 6 cyl KBL motor and drive and many original parts. It is not complete. Missing most chrome parts and gas tank. Comes with rare double axle "TEE NEE" trailer which also needs restoring. The Rivieras are beautiful runabouts and will do 36 mph with original power.
3794918 Feet 1952 Chris Craft Riviera$29,900
Purchased from the original owner this Chris Craft 18 Foot Riviera is a TIME CAPSULE. It still has the original shipping cradle from the Chris Craft factory which is almost never seen. It also still bears all of the labels and dealer instructions that came with the boat. The boat has been refinished but never restored and is one of the most correct examples seen by this organization.
3795918 Feet 1953 Hubert Johnson Sea Skiff$12,500
Being offered for sale is a Hubert Johnson 18 Sea Skiff built in 1953. The boat is a classic design with cedar over oak ribs and a stylish black hull. The boat has been well cared for and is now being offered for sale. Located in Florida the boat shows well and will survey out nicely. This is a easy boat to manage by yourself, trailer and store. The pride of New Jersey this Hubert Johnson boats have stylish classic look and handle the water beautifully.
3804017 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket Runabout$49,900
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.
3804118 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman$47,900
Fully restored 1953 18' Chris Craft Sportsman with a 5200 bottom. The boat is powered by a rebuilt KLC 120HP 6 Cylinder Engine.
3758917 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Rocket$15,500
1953 Chris Craft 17’ Rocket.This is a great postwar double cockpit . All numbers matching, build record on hand. 95hp K that moves this lightweight boat along pretty good. I am fairly certain that it had a full engine rebuild in the past, burns no oil, even compression and great oil pressure at idle and cruise. Good chrome, new windshield glass, original bottom in good condition, bottom paint should be bright yellow. Everything works as it should. Original Chris gauges working and all deck hardware is correct. Interior and carpet was replaced in the past but not to original specifications. A great looking boat of a manageable size. Very presentable but could use a few coats of varnish on the top deck. Has storage cover. Rides around beautifully on its roadworthy Shorlander bunk trailer. Yearly bearing service completed and has a new spare. Stored in SW Ontario, 1 hr from US border (Port Huron Mi.) and spends its summers at Port Carling, Ontario.
3735512' Feet 1953 Chris Craft Kit Boat$3,900
Price reduced !! Great small wood hull boat . In excellent condition, and stored indoors on Lake George in upstate NY. Only in the water about 2 weeks per year.
3750021 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Day Cruiser$16,000
Original owner used boat to fish off San Pedro, California and go to Catalina. Their son restored the boat a number of years ago. Current owner acquired the boat in a trade. Hull has been completely fiberglassed, wood was varnished, new battery, electric fuel pump, has a mobile radiophone with antenna, inside cabin has wooden table and converts to a bed with cushions. Engine has a alternator instead of a generator.
3757727 Feet 1953 Shepherd Twin Engine Runabout$89,000
Shepherd's largest production runabout model! The 27' Shepherd Runabout was built for entertaining and handling the rough waters of Lake Ontario. Beautifully mahogany planking over white oak framework. She went through an extensive, well documented restoration approximately 10 years ago. Always well maintained and varnish was freshened up in 2015. Twin Chrysler Crown 115hp engines power the boat reliably and have plenty of power to get her up on plane. Converted to 12V system for easy starting. The perfect entertaining vessel with onboard water tank, sink, refrigerator, and porta potty. Complete with a custom built tandem axle trailer and mooring cover!
3743723 Feet 1953 Grew Jolly Giant Utility$12,000
Built in Penetanguishene, Ontario; Grew Boats were Canada's answer to the Lyman boats of the era. The company built a variety of models from smaller outboards to roomy utility models, and later became a division of Slick Craft boats in the 1970's. The 23 foot "Jolly Giant" model was very stylish with tall hullsides, pronounced bow flare, and transom tumblehome. She is bright finished mahogany throughout and powered by a Buchanan 283cid V8 engine. The boat is an older restoration that has been well maintained over the years. She remains in god structural condition but is ready for some cosmetic attention to bring her back to her former glory.
3804817 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman$28,995
This Chris Craft sportsman has an original bottom and would make a great user boat. It is powered by a freshly rebuilt Chris Craft KBL 131HP 6 Cylinder Engine. The boat is very clean and ready for the water.
3813327 Feet 1953 Shepherd Express Cruiser$210,000
This amazing craft has been [painstakingly restored and is Hull # 13 in the first series of 27 Foot Shepherds built with a 9 foot 6 inch beam. The twin Hemi engines were just overhauled including the Chrysler V- Drive transmissions. The sides have been refastened and the bottom is in solid overall condition. 15 coats of Epiphane varnish complete the boat along with a windlass, a custom built mahogany swim platform and bubinga and teak grating on the floor in the boat. A proven Show Winner that's cores very high and sold with a full weather max waterline cover.
3819518 Feet 1953 Shepherd Utility$5,000
Shepherd Utility is Family owned and stored for many years. The boat requires restoration although everything is there and is offered with a trailer. The trailer should be probably be replaced at some point.
3824322 Feet 1953 Chris Craft U-22 Sedan$15,000
This 22 Foot Chris Craft Sportsman Sedan has been in our Family since 1958. The restoration work includes ongoing varnish, and bottom work, some of the deck and foredeck have been replaced. The instruments have been restored and the new upholstery has been done throughout. The boat does require some attention and would reward the buyer with a very nice boat.
3822445 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Double Cabin Flybridge Cruiser$69,900
This is a repeat boat show winner, and a real beauty. Only 33 of these beautiful cruisers were built. Completely restored with totally rebuilt engines, transmissions and reconditioned props. Has an updated galley, head, new fresh water system and holding tanks. All new plumbing , electrical with a hot water heater. The chrome is great. Bilges repainted, Radar, GPS and forward sonar equipped. Interior is excellent, main salon has leather pull out sofa. This boat is beautiful and ready for a new owner to simply enjoy as nothing needs to be done.
3842719 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Racing Runabout $45,000
New complete restoration West System epoxy bottom New custom built single axle trailer
3838322 Feet 1953 Shepherd Utility$15,000
With their tall hull sides and strong construction, Shepherd boats are treat to handle in rough water. A very practical boat for cruising and entertaining. This 22 footer features a Gray Marine dual carbed engine in a straight drive configuration, which is fairly rare. Always kept on a hoist during the season and garage kept when not in use. This is a great user boat offered at a very fair price. Complete with a cover and trailer!
3678119 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Racing Runabout$20,000
This is a complete, and mostly original 1953 Chris Craft Racing Runabout. Ready for restoration and a great boat to start with. Trailer is not roadworthy. Some disassembly already completed but all parts are there.
3671914 Feet 1953 Sears Elgin Outboard Runabout$3,000
Bought in early 50's. Well cared for and stored inside. Good condition but not restored. Very unique boat!
3644317 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman $12,900
This Sportsman is well maintained and sports unique painted sides with a mahogany deck. Banjo steerng wheel really sets off the interior. Restored. 100 HP Gray Marine 6 cyl Flathead engine (approx. 150 hrs. since new). This boat is plywood with a fiberglass cover on the hull (known as dry launched) with a solid mahogany deck. Custom tandem axle trailer with mag wheels. There are two bilge pumps, two fuel tanks (main and aux.). electrical system converted to 12 vdc and a canvas mooring cover.
3653925 Feet 1953 Adler Cuddy Cabin$19,900
This Adler 25 Cuddy-Cabin was built 1953 in the Adler Shipyard of Norway . Its Mahogany Hull is lapstrake on oak frames with an oak keel. The original Engine was replaced by an four cylinder 100hp Volvo in 1980, Sea-water cooled. The original copper-sheetmetal gasoline tank with a capacity of 12 Gallons is still onboard. A 30mm stainless-steel shaft drives a 15 x 9 LH Propeller. The former owner, decided to cover the underwater hull with 12 layers of fiberglass in order to keep the Boat in Water throughout the year. The wood is still sound and healthy. The present owner restored the Boat in Germany in 1991 and again in 2006 in Florida after years of enjoying the vessel. The cabin sleeps two and holds a locker and a room for a marine head. The cockpit holds the original helm station, the motor box and Seating for up to 5 persons. The boat now is on its trailer and is stored inside and could be seen at a time mutually convenience.
3179814 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Challenger$6,650
A true survivor boat. This boat has been lightly used and only had basic maintenance since new. Nothing is rotted or broken and no repairs have been made. Perfect size for a garage restore or an addition to a collection.
3153916 Feet 1953 Harold Seaman Speed Skiff$18,900
This is a 1953 and is one of two known examples of Inboard Speed Skiffs built by Harold "Pappy" Seaman, the man who originated the concept of a Jersey Speed Skiff. It presently has a 305 Chevy engine. BW Velvet Drive, Aluminum exhaust manifolds. All ribs have been replaced and the bottom two planks on both sides replaced. There is a full deck cover, and while the trailer looks pretty bad, it is in excellent shape and only needs a coat of paint.
2895916 Feet 1953 Mercury Runabout$19,500
This 1953 Mercury runabout is in good, solid condition. Hull could use a fresh coat of varnish. Powered by a Gray Marine Phantom 112hp engine. Comes with a single axle trailer and a cover. Current owner purchased the boat 5 years ago from the previous owner of 25 years. Was stored in a clean, climate controlled garage.
2995419 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Holiday$33,210
This is Chris Craft’s finest “Flagship Model”. Professionally Restored and maintained in Pristine condition “Rare Reversed Rake transom”. New decks, transom, spray rails, engine box, floor, glass windshield, new upholstery (Lipstick red), refastened hull, Fresh varnish and bottom paint, Rebuilt engine and carburetor,updated 12 volt generator and rebuilt fuel pump. Engine completely detailed! Comes with waterline cover. *NOTE – This boat requires nothing! This is a “fresh” water boat. Stored inside when not in use.
298669 Feet 1953 Penn Yan Ensign Dinghy$3,500
This is a nice little Penn Yan Ensign model dinghy. Serial number LD53613. She was restored about 20 years ago using traditional materials and finishes. Canvas was replaced and bedded in Alkyd Enamel. All hardware rechromed. Interior was stripped, cleaned, and refinished. The rope fender and leather finishers were also renewed. Excellent piece to display in the boathouse or at the cottage!
2985627 Feet 1953 R.A. Newman & Sons. Ltd$975,000
Original 27 ft Jolly Boat, from the Royal Yacht 'Britannia'. Finished in royal blue and carrying the royal crest, she has her original Perkins p4m diesel inboard and all her original chrome fittings. Built in 1953 by the famous R. A Newman and Sons. She is made of double diagonal mahogany on oak and elm, she will take 26 persons. Her engine has completely been re-built and her original Identity no. is 5340 which is stamped throughout the boat. We have all the original plans and paperwork on her and rare photographs of the Royal family on her. This boat is very rare and beautifully built.
2770520 Feet 1953 Chris Craft Sportsman$25,000
Very nice used 1953 Chris Craft 20 foot Special Sportsman. The boat is powered by a 158 HP Chris Craft MBL that has just been completely rebuilt. The boat was restored about twelve years ago. The interior is upholstered in a medium red naugahyde material with white piping, which is in nice condition. Varnish inside and out is in good condition. Standard equipment include, navigation lights with pole mounted stern light and flag, auto bailer in the stern, 900 GPH Lovett bilge pump in the forward bilge, ventilated motor box, deck mounted ventilating scoops,lifting eyes forward and aft, steering wheel mounted throttle and electric horn. Also included is a bow burgee pole with a Chris Craft pennant.Carriage for this vessel is by a `white painted steel single axle Shoreline trailer with good tires. Gauges include the original tachometer, oil pressure and ammeter. The bottom was fiberglassed.
2912020 Feet 1953 or 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman$10,000
This is a very nice Chris Craft 20 foot Sportsman which is in need of a total restoration. All hardware is present with the boat. The boat is in full need of an interior replacement but is in pretty good shape but has a hole in the forward section from the boat hitting a dock. Gauges are present and in good shape. This is a great project and a couple of engines are also available that could possibly fit into this boat for someone looking to purchase a complete unit. The price reflects the fact that there is no trailer.
2878222 Feet 1954 Star Sailboat$5,000
This Star sailboat was built in 1954 and is #3396. This is the largest class of sailboat in the world with over 10,000 people now sailing. She is a very fast sloop with a permanent weighted keel. This boat has a bending mast to allow a "pocket" in the sail to give it extra speed. The mast is aluminum, but the boom is mahogany. This boat was built by Old Greenwich Boat Co. Its name was "glider" and its original owner was R.I.Stearns of Chicago. Fully documented and all specs available. For a serious racer, this is an excellent value. It only needs one small area to be patched or have the plywood replaced as it has a bit of rippling delamination. It has always been stored inside.
2926218 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Continental$29,000
All of the hard work has been done and the boat is complete. Boat requires to be re-assembled and re-finished. The engine box also needs to be finished. On the plus side the boat has a new bottom , sides and decks and was correctly done. The engine has also been rebuilt professionally and is ready to go as a complete offering.
2987518 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera$29,900
1956 Chris Craft 18' Riviera Double Cockpit Runabout. Powered by a Chris Craft Marine 110hp inline 6 cylinder inboard. Single axle bunk trailer included. ALWAYS stored indoors. Recent renovation by Nichols Restoration inside and out. All new interior vinyl and vinyl carpet. All new varnish. Motor restored by Drakes Engines. This shows pride of ownership and this owner is ready for a larger one.
2853623 Feet 1954 Star One Design Sailboat$3,900
This is a 1954 wood Star sailboat, good condition, with two suits of sales,Id # 3396, on a custom home made Trailer.DMV46300
2846312 Feet 1954 Paceship Acadian$5,000
This is a very rare 1954 Paceship Acadian in mint condition. these boats were made in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia out of molded mahopgany and birch. The boat was completely refinished by one of Canada's finest restorers. The boat is dead straight with no fiberglass. The decals on the boat are original. It has a very nice Vintage 1954 Johnson 25 HP motor with a brass prop.
2626424 Feet 1954 Shepherd Model 120-S$95,000
This is a prize winning, completely restored (2005)Shepherd. It has brand new gas tanks to feed the twin Chrysler Crown 135hp engines. This "Best in Show" is to be featured in the Canadian ACBS 25th Anniversary Commemorative Book. This boat is hull number 13 of only 43 built.
2565826 Feet 1954 Hutchinson Utility$11,500
This 1954 Hutchinson includes all of the original guages and hardware. What is noteworthy is the size of this boat (26') as there are very few Hutchinsons around of this length. A restoration job on this boat is very worth while. The current owner is a restorer and can discuss with any interested party the costs and work that should be performed. He is prepared to do the work in the event that an agreement can be reached. Located in the 1000 islands and ready to become the treasure of a lifetime.
2582218 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera$30,000
This boat has been in California most of it's life and has been in Oregon for the last few years. The bottom is original and is in very good condition. It has been repainted using Chris Craft copper bronze. The upholstery is in excellent condition and looks like new. This boat has been restored and is 95% good to go with only some minor TLC. Two (2)12 volt bilge pumps are currently in use on the boat. The engine runs good and strong. The trailer has been repainted recently and is in great condition. The only item that is not original is some trim on the engine cover hatch. All of the electrical wiring is new as well as new fuel pump. The prop has just been returned and is true.
2714622 Feet 1954 Steel Clipper Utility$17,500
Boat is in good condition, and engine is in excellent running condition. It has a new professional white paint job. Cutty is in original shape, and the teak woodwork is very good. Comes with a home built tandem axle trailer.
2744424 Feet 1954 Shepherd Runabout$97,000
This boat is number 9 in a series of 42. It was professionally re-done three years ago. It has a new bottom, new decks, new wirng, new gauges, all re-chromed fixtures, new uholstery, new interior lining, new egg-crate floor, new stain and varnish. Engines were overhauled three years ago and run well. This is a fabulous boat which is very rare. As well these boats are fabulous for entertaining as they are roomy and offer a very comfortable ride. The boat is registered in new York currently.
2724118 Feet 1954 Acme Aqualiner$16,000
Laminated Mahogany with Birch Deck, Oak Dashboard,white Leather seats. Low hours on motor,approx.350hrs. Completely refurbished in 1995. Appraised at $25,000 in 1995.
3168722 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman U-22$22,975
This restored and documented Chris Craft has been on one fresh water lake in NH, lovingly maintained and winterized. Hull #U-22-2059. The mahogany topsides and interior are in very nice condition as is the upholstery. The engine has been completely rebuilt and all gauges work. This wonderful boat is ideal for entertaining family and friends.
3170618' Feet 1954 Chris Craft Utility$16,500
Extremely nice 3 year restoration including new upholstery and all new wood from the waterline up! Excellent condition original bottom and gauges!
3098514 Feet 1954 Homemade Outboard$4,000
Boat was build 1952-1954, was used by the family until 1964, It was in storage until 2005 when I started to rebuild it. A history is available if wanted for serious buyers.
3123920 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday$49,995
Current owner has had this boat since 2006 and during that time the boat has been well maintained and boathouse kept. The boat has the original convertible top in very good condition, new upholstery, new linoleum, a 5200 bottom and is a 12 volt system. The boat is ready for water this year and requires only a trailer and Captain. The boat has a new canvas cover with long sides to protect the boat from the sun and water. Chris Craft made this model for ponly 1 year and made only 101 of these boats in that year making this model rare and hard to find but perfect as a lake boat and great for entertaining.
3120420 Feet 1954 Century Resorter$25,000
I recently refinished my 20ft 1954 Century Resorter. The old varnish was stripped and the wood was all hand sanded. I applied new stain and 10 coats of varnish. Most hardware has been re chromed, all new upholstery to match original, new flooring, fresh bottom paint, fresh bilge paint and caulk. I ran the boat all summer in 2011. The engine runs great but the boat has not been in the water for about a year due to the work being done on it. There are about 652 original engine hours. Engine is an Chrysler inline 6 Fireball engine with top speed close to 40mph. There were only 99 of these made in 1954. I believe the wood is mostly if not all original with no rot! I get tons of compliments and looks from people at the lake. This will certainly get attention. Contact me for more pictures.
3640640 Feet 1954 Matthews Cruiser$14,900
Partially restored boat. Transom work done 2 years ago. Has genset, 2 heads, front and center birth that both sleep 2, very large wheel house. Inside all original in very good condition. The boat does need roughly 4 outer planks replaced.
3642918 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera $25,000
Very nice Riviera with a newly rebuilt KLC with only about 5 hours of run time. Excellent aluminum Venture fitted trailer. Beautiful interior and gauges.
3200622 Feet 1954 Chris Craft U-22$8,500
This Chris Craft U22 is one of the most sought after utilities, going up in value. It comes with complete original hardware, and is awaiting a proud owner and a restorer to bring it back to life. A great project boat for the Woody's at heart. Offered for sale by a show-quality restoration shop - they would love to restore it for you! Hull #U-22-2053. Originally sent to Ithica, NY in 1954.
3631320 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday$26,900
Boat was delivered to 1st owner in Lake Pleasant then came to the 1000 Islands/Alex Bay region. Original bottom is in good condition. This is 1 of 101 built, only 38 with MBL motor. Recent rebuild on motor with few hours since.
3682317 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sportsman Utility$16,900
Really nice, clean Chris Craft Sportsman utility. This is the perfect entry-level classic. Easy size to manage and fits in most garages! This example has been nicely restored and well kept. Stored indoors when not in use, never used and abused. Original 95hp model K engine is very reliable with modern wiring and 12V system. Complete with a new Venture single axle trailer!
3709320 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera $49,000
Grace is a full restored and custom Riviera that has under gone an extensive restoration. The exterior was restored to the factory correct colors and has 14 coats of varnish. The interior has custom book matched mahogany ceilings, book matched front and rear mahogany dashes and is finished in leather. The engine has been completely overhauled and the bilges painted and countless other upgrades. This concourse winner is stored indoors and is a 3 owner boat that has been professionally cared for its whole life and is in immaculate condition.
3842841 Feet 1954 Matthews Double Cabin Cruiser$8,500
1954 41ft Matthews Double Cabin. Re powered with 2003 mercruiser 350 mpi fuel injected engines. This boat received a brand new paint job from the rub-rail to the water line. The hull was stripped to the bare wood, seams filled, epoxy coated, primed 2 coats and white semi gloss interlux paint 2 coats. The topside or "house" is what needs some TLC. There is wood that needs to be replaced around the windows etc. The boat also comes with fairly brand new blue canvas that covers the bridge and aft of the boat completely.
3841222 Feet 1954 Shepherd Sedan Runabout$40,000
This 1954 Shepherd Sedan is a very original boat that has been keep in Lake of Bays since day 1! She is powered by a stout 331cid Chrysler Hemi V8 engine. Hull is entirely original with regular maintenance always performed over the years. Engine was rebuilt in the 1980's and has been a reliable runner each season. Upholstery and windshield were replaced in 2006. Splash rails and related planking replaced at this time as well. All chrome has been replated and the boat would show very well with some fresh finish work!
3819422 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Custom Sedan$25,000
Only 436 of these Custom Sedans were built by Chris Craft between 1948 and 1954, with this boat being built in the last year of production. This example has been in the same family and boathouse since new. She is very original and in wonderfully preserved condition. Varnish is in nice shape, bottom has been recently serviced and repainted, engine upgraded to a 12V system. With a sharper entry point than their U-22 counterparts, the Custom Sedans perform very well and are a smooth riding hull. Probably one of the most correct and well-preserved examples available today! A full cover is included with the boat.
3833130 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Cruiser$6,500
Here is an opportunity to own a great Chris Craft cruiser for a great price to enjoy the lazy days of summer being out on the water. Just received a beautiful cosmetic restoration as well as the mechanicals addressed for trouble free operation. This cruiser is a must see!
3833324 Feet 1954 Richardson Cruisers$8,500
The boat was the property of Hugh Gunnison through a large part of its operational years. My parents bought the boat from him in 1986. Many great times were had on her on the St Lawrence where she was stored and maintained at St Lawrence Restoration. In 1992 my parents restored the boat through F. Everett Smith of Canton, NY. In 2004 St Lawrence Restoration rebuilt the engine and did some other work towards getting her sea worthy. Unfortunately she never got back in the water. Upon inheriting the boat I put her in a cement-floored barn in Dryden, NY where she is now. The trailer she is on is a modified double wide house trailer with three axles. I have all the paper work and receipts supporting the history of the boat. My hope is to find a loving owner who will bring her back to her beauty and carry on the tradition of this wonderful boat!
3744020 Feet 1954 Chris Craft Holiday $21,000
This is a very nice boat that is ready to be enjoyed immediately. The Varnish was re-done 5 years ago but has looks like new. When not in use this boat has always been stored indoors and has never seen excessive sun-light. Chrome is in excellent condition. Upholestery is all good except the "hide-em" strip along the top edge which probably should be redone. (easy work for anyone) The hull is all original but is very solid. The bottom will swell up tight and the bilge pump will take care of whatever does get in. Engine runs great and will start right up. This is a very desireable hull and is quite roomy.
3732719 Feet 1954 Century Viking$9,900
1954 Century Viking 19. Powered by an original Universal Super Four 4cyl. Flathead motor approx. 45 hp. Completely restored by a top classic marine engineering restoration specialist (VanNess). Very reliable and easy to operate. Approximately 30 hours on motor since restoration. Dual station (1954 only) rack & pinion hydraulic (rare) Hydra-Power steering (expensive '54 option). Hydra-Power complete operating and maintenance manual included. Hull is sound and has newer varnish topside and bottom paint. Boat professionally maintained by local antique boat expert Katz's Marine in Lake Hopatcong, NJ. Professionally winterized and season prepped each year. Newer canvas. Includes Bimini and cushions. Replaced fuel tank, wiring, sole, re-chrome, custom fender covers. Trailer included. Nice boat for inexpensive entry into antique boat world. Lots of looks and attention. Everyone wants to know about the unique dual steering setup!
3162413 Feet 1954 - 55 Glaspar$2,500
This Glasspar was in a farmers barn for many years. friend bought at auction 10-15 yrs. ago and i bought from him for me as project.
3172918 Feet 1955 Shepherd Runabout$25,000
An original-owner 18' Shepherd Runabout! She has been kept in the same boathouse since new and has been impeccably maintained. This Shepherd is in very fair condition and receives regular use. In the water during the 2013 season. Varnish, upholstery, and chrome in good condition. Engine runs well and has had an ignition upgrade for easy starting.
3198816 Feet 1955 Century Resorter $19,900
Stored in barn 1977-2009. Had boat professionally restored in 2010 As close to original as you can find. Great single axle trailer. Custom cover. Stored in heated garage since restoration. Would consider trade for fish and ski or deck boat of similar value.
3128817' Feet 1955 Thompson Offshore$6,000
Great little Outboard, just needing outside paint and deck varnish and she is ready to go!!! Super quiet motor! New full canvas top, side curtains and rear slant drop. The cushions are in excellent condition.
3129221 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$195,000
Hull #35 Completely original, cosmetic restoration 2009, shown at Tahoe boat show,New custom built trailer, none finer, the best of the best!
3103418 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$129,900
Fully restored boat with 5200 bottom, rebuilt engine, chrome and gauges done, interior is in excellent condition. This boat is ready to go use or to Show.
3082224 Feet 1955 Shepherd Runabout$69,000
This beautiful 24 Shepherd makes a wonderful day cruiser that can accommodate 9 people in comfort. She was completely, thoroughly restored in 2003 and has been repowered with 4.3L V6 engines that are lightweight and powerful. Some plank work was completed in 2011 along with fresh varnish. Trailer was custom built by Marine Cradle Shop in 2003.
3068319 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri$39,000
1955 19ft Chris Craft Capri 6 cylinder with tri power. The boat sports new upholstery, fresh chrome, and a rebuilt engine. Comes complete with a trailer. Boat is in good overall condition.
3700718 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Holiday$22,000
A very stunning example of one of 324 Holidays built in a 4 year run. Full restoration was completed in 2008 and is still 100 % original with all topsides bedded with 3M 5200. The original KLC engine and transmission has been rebuilt by Van Ness and has under 100 hours on it. This is a must-see in-person boat to appreciate her outstanding condition.
3692017 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman$28,000
1955 17' Chris Craft Sportsman, with rare, original KB Chris Craft engine- 128 HP with triple carburetor set up. This beauty is the first boat we've seen that still had it's original finish from the factory on it when it came in for restoration. It is an amazing example of an untouched hull that has no dings or discoloration from over sanding. The hull is at full thickness and all plugs and fastenings are as tight as the day it came out of the Chris Craft plant. Full restoration in 2012 including new upholstery in the original red tolex, new Nautolex flooring throughout, complete refinish with a 2 part UV resistant finish, all the chrome replated, new full Weathermax cover and a new custom built Vanguard trailer. Ready to enjoy or take to the boat shows!
3692119 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri$14,000
Clean solid user condition boat. Has a West bottom installed by Hacker Craft in 2006. The engine went through a full rebuild at that time. The interior has been customized but clean. Does need some cosmetic work to make it really nice. Comes on a storage trailer.
3622318 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental $32,500
Classic wood boat in excellent condition - same owner for almost 60 years and boathouse kept. Hull #CL18094 delivered originally to Greenwood Lake Chris-Craft, Greenwood Lake, NY. Original boat with traditional bottom and all original hardware and gauges. Hard-to-find convertible top. Original gold & white upholstery with black alligator trim. Power is the original KLC 120 HP engine.
3586221 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$225,000
This boat is fresh out of a bottom up total restoration. The boat is in show condition and nothing was over looked to make this a 100 point boat. This boat would win any show, hands down. Every piece of this boat has been restored to new condition and the boat is ready to show and enjoy. It has won several shows in the 2013 Season
3212721 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$325,995
This 1955 21' Chris Craft Cobra is a beautiful boat. (The Last 21' Chris Craft Produced.) This boat is powered by a Cadillac Crusader 285HP 8 Cylinder Engine, 5200 Bottom.
3643920 Feet 1955 Century Coronado$34,900
Full restored boat. Inboard Cal Cadillac V8 Engine with 2 4 barrel carburetors. While not original owner, this boat has been owned since 1955. All original. Excellent Condition with maintenance done over the decades to original design and specifications. Vintage vinyl, wood and paint detailed restoration. New bottom and new transom. Landeau Roof (extension available but not presently installed). Antique 2 axle trailer and Operating Manuals included.
3647916 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Utility$1,200
1955 Chris Craft Utility. Ready for a complete restoration, but a great complete candidate. Has re-chromed hardware. All wood parts are intact for templates. Comes with a single axle trailer.
2667718 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$125,000
Bearing Hull ID# 47, this rare and desireable 18 Foot Chris Craft Cobra is an excellent example of the 51 that were ever made by Chris Craft. Natural mahogany deck color is set off by the distinctive gold fiberglass fin. Special interest for Canadian buyers as there would be no tax required to bring the boat into Canada as there might be with a boat located outside of the country.
2599217 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman$22,000
Following a complete 5 year restoration this boat is completely detailed inside and out and has been a "Best in Show" winner. Originally delivered in 1955 to a lake in Pennsylvania. Everything in boat is consistent with the orignal and much attention has been paid to every detail. Boat has been converted to a 12 volt system.
2787113'6 Feet 1955 Old Town Outboard$3,500
The current owner has had the boat since '95. It has been used in fresh water only. Original trailer, but the axle has been replaced. Garage kept when not in use. Has one cracked plank, but does not leak. The boat bears the original Old Town Hull ID # of 13-163403 and has been confirmed by old Town.
2993316 Feet 1955 Peterborough Aqua Flyer$6,500
1955-1956 Peterborough Cedar Strip Aqua Flyer with original 25 Evinrude Big Twin engine. Boat was completely rebuilt in 2006. Asking $6500 or best offer
3005217 Feet 1955 Greavette Utility$9,000
Current owner has had this boat for nearly 30 years. The bottom was removed and the stringers & frames were replaced. Original planking was reused. Transom and aft deck were replaced, original forward decks. New gunwales. Upholstery needs to be done and the boat needs a hefty cosmetic restoration. She bears hull #1 from 1955. A total of 16 were built in that year, only a handful are left today! Original Buchanan engine was rebuilt with NOS parts. Boat has all of its original hardware!
3017627 Feet 1955 Shepherd Commuter$140,000
This is a very rare model of Shepherd that is renowned for its dry ride and ability to handle rough waters. She was fully restored by Butson's Boats and has been a show winner wherever she goes. The restoration was completed in an accurate, period correct manner, faithful to how Shepherd originally finished the boat. The original Chrysler Crown engines were rebuilt and detailed at the time of restoration (reliable and push boat well). This is one of North America's premiere Shepherds and would be an excellent addition to the fleet of a discerning collection or Shepherd enthusiast.
2940242 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commander$115,000
The BLUE MAX is one of sixteen built; a four sleeper version. Originally ported in St. Louis (original registration paper framed in storage area). Current owner, the fourth, has cared for this boat for the last seven years; before was ported the prior twenty-six years on the Mississippi in St. Paul. Excellent restored original condition. Motors and transmissions run effortlessly. Superb maintenance history. First place winner ACBS Int'l Boat Show 2005.
2937220 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental$25,000
This is an excellent user Continental that is ready to go. Boat has been refinished, bottom is original but very tight.
3751615 Feet 1955 Lyman Outboard$3,800
Restored professionally three years ago in Ohio by a Lyman fan. No rot. Plywood on top of gunnel was replaced last month by professional boat carpenter with Mahogany. It appears that the transom was replaced a few years ago. Minimal maintenance needed. Recently varnished. Previous owner was the service manager of Marine Max in Sandusky Ohio. Motor is a 1956 30hp Evinrude, manual start. In excellent shape but needs the hood to be repainted.
3831119 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri $19,500
The 19 Foot Chris Craft Capri was made from 1955 through to 1958 and a total of only 786 units during that time. Since new, this boat has had only 3 owners and it has always been in the fresh waters of the St. Lawrence River. The boat still has the original bottom, a convertible top and a mooring cover. It comes on a late 90's Shorelander trailer.
3822537 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Commander$10,000
This Classic Chris Craft Commander is a rare Hardtop version and has lived most of her life under cover in the waters of the northern Chesapeake Bay and always had professional care. This a rare two owner boat with the first owner having the boat for over 50 years. The bottom has been refastened and is in good overall condition.All wood solid and only needs cosmetics. All systems and equipment are in good running order.
3812717 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Sportsman$13,900
Clean user boat. Restoration was done in 2010. Bottom was replaced in tradition method and engine was rebuilt at that time. Seller got the boat about 6 years ago and since has done Chart Plotter & fish finder w/manuals, Custom cover-used for trailing and equipped w/draw string for slip w/ covered holes for dock lines Fuel/water separating filter, 3 carbs rebuilt 2013, Bow flag, Electronic ignition (not installed because it is not needed at this time, boat runs great), Boarding ladder, Calibrated gas tank to prevent overfill spills to waterways. Spare points & condenser, Copies of original manuals, Original 6 volt fuel gauge (can be sold to suppliers), Temperature gauge in dashboard, Staged battery charger 14.)12 volt bilge pump
3804922 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental$25,000
This 1955 22' Chris Craft Continental is an original bottom boat with modern power. This boat is powered by a Mercruiser 454 engine. Boat overall is in clean user condition. The bottom is in good condition. Nice big family boat at a reasonable price.
3805021 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Cobra$225,995
1955 21' Chris Craft Cobra is fully restored to be 100% correct. This boat was restored to absolute show condition. It comes with a 5200 bottom. It is powered by a Cadillac CM 285HP 8 Cylinder Engine. The engine is the original motor from factory. Everything possible was done during this restoration. Restoration was finish this past winter 2016/2017.
3843922 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Continental$39,500
3839521 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri $125,000
Boat was completely restored/rennovated in 2015/16. Only the best craftmanship and materials were utilized .Includes fore and aft water thrusters on joystick controls, vintage style instruments from Classic Instruments, all new interior, chrome, new custome trailer, and much much more. Own a true American Classic but drive a new age hightech machine. A restomod with all the bells and whistles.
3845320 Feet 1955 Century Coronado$65,000
I purchased this Coronado 5 years ago with the intention of restoring it and using it. The engine was fully torn down and rebuilt and has only one hour on it since being installed. The boat was fully restored with a new 5200 no soak bottom and done from stem to stern throughout. Fresh varnish, all chrome re-done with no expense spared. The interior was also correct for the boat and replaced with only one other boat known to have an interior like this one. New wiring, new bilge pump, new bilge blower, new vinyl floor exactly like the original and new cushions filled with k-pok. All the work was documented with hundreds of images and videos along with a full restoration booklet. A new FULL top , custom mooring cover complete the restoration. Now 5 years later our needs have changed and I am offering to sell the boat knowing that she is ready to go to any boat show and qualify for an award. The boat needs nothing and is gorgeous in every way.
372521955-1957 Feet Chrysler Marine Hemi Engine$7,000
This 1950s 270ci m44s Chrysler marine hemi was removed from a vintage Chris-craft runabout with only 40hrs on a rebuild.they made them from 1955-1957. Everything on this engine is gear drive like an aircraft engine. It is complete with trans in excellent running order. This is a left hand solid lifter engine.You can see a video of this exact engine running on YouTube if you Google 1950s 270 cubic inch marine hemi. It comes with lots of spares like tach and tach drive, exhaust manifold, distributer,water pump,manuals and paperwork and more. why spend $7000 to rebuild one when you can just drop this one in and go.
3733026 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental $78,000
Purchased by current owner in 2010. Since purchase, the following has been done: 5200 bottom, bilge painted, sides and deck stripped, stained and varnished with 12 coats. All hardware that needed re-chroming was completed. Interior re-upholstered and floor carpeted. Interior wood was removed, stripped, stained and varnished, as well as the engine covers. Carburetors were rebuilt, electronic ignition installed. Fuel tank removed, cleaned and lined. New batteries and much more. Price reduced !
3725027 Feet 1956 Shepherd Twin Engine Runabout$125,000
One of the nicest twin engine Shepherd runabouts you will find! This example has been beautifully restored and shows real pride of ownership. Built in Niagara on the Lake, Shepherd boats were built for rough water conditions with double layer bottoms, significant bow flare, tall hullsides, and a wide beam. 27' models are regarded to be one of the best entertaining boats with ample room for passengers and an open cockpit configuration with engines in the stern. Powered by twin dual-carb 135hp Chrysler engines, this boat can also perform! She features a custom interior, wheel, and gauges that add a unique flair.
3745414 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard$21,900
Another early fiberglass model of the stylish Larson Falls Flyer. Built in Little Falls, MN - the "Falls Flyer" name paid tribute to Little Falls native, and aviation hero, Charles Lindberg. Larson built the wooden Falls Flyer for a number of years leading up to WWII, and began to produce fiberglass models around 1954. This example has been nicely restored and features a 40hp 4-stroke Mercury with electronic fuel injection.
3742714 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard$21,900
This is an excellent example of a later-model, fiberglass Larson Falls Flyer. These boats feature the same, sleek lines as the early wood and canvas Falls Flyer models. Wonderfully restored, excellent upholstery and chrome, reliable modern power - this package is ready to show and enjoy. Sold complete with a matching, period correct trailer.
3769118 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sea Skiff$11,000
The boat has been completely restored. All old paint was removed inside and out, and treated with Gluvit Epoxy resin, 2 coats, then painted with Petit Easypoxy Paint, Petit Unepoxy paint on bottom, and varnished as shown, with new ribs. All new fasteners that are stainless steel and new paint. Has new seat cushions, rugs and a convertible top and mooring cover. Shorelander trailer. All fasteners on hull were replaced with stainless steel, along with all new ribs. Boat is very solid and does not leak. Boat was restored in the late 1990's and has been used only on occasion on a local lake. Most of the year it was stored in a garage and well taken care of.
3766224 Feet 1956 Greavette Streamliner S-Cockpit$225,000
The iconic and beautiful, Canadian-built Greavette Streamliner. One of the most collectable Canadian classics and regarded for its grace and unique design. Elegant craftsmanship and beautiful lines; this 1956 24 foot model was comprehensively restored in 1995 and very well maintained since. She was repowered at the time of restoration with a new Crusader V8 engine for performance and reliability. Desirable S-cockpit configuration allows for an easy pass-through between cockpit areas. A 1-year old custom canvas cover is also included!
3801618 Feet 1956 Century Arabian$99,900
This Boat is a very uncommon treasure which has been fully restored! This is the 4th of 46 Century Arabians produced in 1956. Known as 'Blue Arabians' these boats underwent a special stain and finish process at the factory. It produced a beautiful and unique finish which has been faithfully reproduced as original on this example. Stunning in every detail, this boat features a new no soak 3M 5200 bottom (single plank against battens as original) fresh rebuild of the original hemi power plant (it purrs) hardware re-chromed, new interior, new dual axle trailer, and a new custom made cover. It also features a halon fire system, and a dual on-board battery charger to maintain both batteries. Incredibly rare and exquisite in every detail. Offered for the discriminating collector.
3802118 Feet 1956 Century Resorter$22,500
Here is a beautifully totally restored Resorter ready to go. She has all new wood including the keel and up. New shaft, 4-blade Ambush prop, windshield, flooring, upholstery, all hardware is correct and chromed and a new Coast Guard approved fuel tank. Boat has also been completely re-wired by Master marine mechanic and engine rebuilt in 2014. Top quality mooring cover included. Owner may be open to a trade or partial trade of boat or car.
3799416 Feet 1956 Peterborough Champlain Canoe $1,000
Peterborough Canoe. Serial Number 1097 and Model number 1492. 16x34x12. It was built in 1956. Exterior color: Red. The seats were lowered for easier seating. My Father was the original owner and I am now selling the boat for the first time. Paddles are included.
3839218 Feet 1956 Lyman Runabout $15,000
This boat is in like original condition. Has been boathouse/garage kept. Runs great.
3836427 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Sedan Cruiser $29,900
This is one of the finest examples of the 27 sedan cruiser you will find. Every aspect of this boat, inside and out is just stunning. easy to drive with the twins and easy to trailer. There are so many great details about this boat too many to list, call for more info.
3835717 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Special Sportsman $11,500
I bought this boat six years ago and used it for three. Increasing breathing problems from emphysema prevent me from using the boat any more. I bought it from a dealer and had it professionally surveyed. He said the bottom was replaced and the engine was probably rebuilt. I had the Cabs rebuilt. It runs beautifully. Everything works.