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22 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman 22-U


This is a very popular boat which originally was delivered to a client in
Minnesota. This is a very nice user boat. No wood to be repaired, boat runs
strong. Guages are original and are all in good working order. This boat is
ready to go and needs nothing except to simply go out and be enjoyed.



22 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Sportsman 22-U


This boat has always been used in fresh water and properly stored under
cover. This second owner boat has had the boat completely refinished with
new guages, new wiring, new cushions, new 2 part bimini top, new cupboards
behind the seat, new Chris Craft floor covering , stripped and refinished
inside and out. New paint on cedar sides, 3 planks replaced on the bottom.
This boat needs NO work of any type and is in excellent condition. All
hardware and fixtures are original and are in very good condition. Spotlight
on deck is original and everything is in good working order. Hull U-22-1110
These boats are highly regarded as being a dry, roomy practical boat that is
ideal for it's entertaining value.



15 Feet 1949 Lyman Runabout


Complete boat and motor package w/trailer. Excellent condition. Kaminc
controls. Manual start. Excellent condition.



34' Feet 1974 CUSTOM


FREE BOAT! This is the Doug Peterson Internatonal Off Shore rule, one tonner
that followed the success of "Gambare". Built in aluminum with a wood deck
and cabin structure, she is capable of a restoration that would put her
sailing again. The wood components all need replacing as they are
deteriorated beyond saving but they are there for patterns if needed. You
get a sound aluminum hull, lead keel (attached), engine (still installed),
and an un-rigged aluminum mast. A fiberglass sister-ship has won the Chicago
Mac at least once (possibly twice) recently as a Performance Handicao Racing
Fleet racer. We are offering the boat FREE if our shop is contracted to do
the restoration. Otherwise, she is for sale at $3200 firm. The boat is
located in Vermilion, Ohio. Save her from the aluminum scrap guys!



16' Feet 1977 Donzi


Absolutely Flawless! Beautifully restored, and runs smoothly. New
upholstery, carpet, cockpit cover. Outside Paint and matching trailer. This
has been FULLY- Completely Restored it looks like a new boat.



22 Feet 1950 Chris Craft Utility Sportsman U-22


A 1000 Islands boat all of it's life this boat has all of the original
hardware. This U-22-1603 was in the same famil all of it's life up until one
year ago. Interior is in good condition with only a small area of the
nautilux flooring needing repair. Engine runs strong and the boat overall
needs only a cleaning. This is a good user condition boat that is very
desireable in today's market. Boat is presently winreized and the seller is



20 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Holiday


Electric shift Iva light All original Hardware All original documentation
Good running original boat. This boat still has its original varnish and is
alligatored heavily on its top decks. Easy project for someone looking for a
quick winter project. Usable as is but needs some attention. SOFT top
transom board and top side plank edges. Some covering board dry rot at
outside edges. Original bottom in decent shape



31 Feet 1966 Trojan


Excellent project, New stringers, bottom in excellent condition, new gas
tanks, full galley, private head with porta-potti, convertible dinette, and
V-berth, bunks on portside sleep 2 additional people. Hard top.



40 Feet 1941 Bremerton Naval Ship Yard Patrol Boat Launch

Bring Offers

This is the last of the 40 ft Patrol Boat Launchs left, the other remaining
two are 35 ft gig's and were not armed.



15 Feet 1932 Peterborough Speedster Model 370


"Aloha" - 1932 Peterborough Speedster outboard runabout, shiplap strip of
cedar on oak ribs with copper clout nails. Totally restored by John R.
Millar (Millar-Potter Boat Restoration, Manotick, Ontario. Very limited use
since restoration, recent varnish, needs nothing. With Shorelandr trailor
(purchased new Sept., 2000) Reference: "Classic Boats on the Rideau Canal"
page 138.



27 Feet 1955 Shepherd Runabout


This particular Shepherd has an interesting ownership history that explains
some of its unique features. The second owner of the boat in the 1960's was
the president of General Motors of Canada, and the 2 next subsequent owners
in the 1970's - 1990's were also former senior GM executives. In the mid
1960's the boat underwent a major re-fitting with all new top-line GM
mechanics, electronics and comfort features including twin small block, high
performance Corvette engines (327 300 hp.), Cadillac upholstery,
etc. The boat has been maintained immaculately ever since, and was totally
stripped and refinished (11 coats of varnish) last winter. She has been in
Canada and a fresh water boat all of her life.



18 Feet 1964 Chris Craft Holiday


Great 1964 Chris Craft Holiday in excellent, original condition being sold
by the original owners. Comes with original owner's manual & sales manual,
heavy duty trailer and a full cover. All guages work and there is absolutely
no rot. All chrome hardware is excellent and the original 283 Chris Craft
engine runs perfectly.



21 Feet 1968 Thompson Utiltiy


Beamy and stable 21' Thompson utility has absolutely NO LEAKS. The
windsheild frame and decks need paint / varnish. The floor boards should be
replaced, but they will suffice for now. This is a very open boat with
plenty of deck space. It will handle almost any water conditions.



28 Feet 1990 Hacker Reproduction Triple Runabout


2nd owner boat with a NEW BOTTOM and a new 4 blade prop, new rudder and a
new shaft. Boat has been refinished and is currently is in show condition!!
The engine has been detailed out, repainted and runs very strong. This is a
great opportunity for a reprodcution that has had all of the kinks ironed
out and no waiting time for a similar boat to be manufactured.



21 Feet 1918 Hacker Gentleman's Racer


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.



29 Feet 1928 Garwood Torpedo Double Cockpit


Built by Garwood for a Mr. Bartow and originally delivered to Lake of the
Ozarks. Boat has been 99% restored and will be ready for any boat show by
spring 2005. 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.

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