Four unique “Muskoka boats” now available

April 21, 2016 in Uncategorized

It has come to our attention that four very special Muskoka-housed vessels are now available for purchase.

The first, the 70 foot “Rambler” cruiser, is a well known feature of the Muskoka waterways. Built in 1903 by Polson Iron Works in Toronto, she has been very well maintained over the years. She is currently powered by a 170 hp. GM diesel engine. Price $775,000

Also available is a 1980, 33 foot Vic Carpenter runabout, powered by twin super-charged Hemi engines which provide a top speed of 75-85 mph. Price: $365,000

Miss Canada IV, the iconic Canadian race boat made famous by the Wilson husband and wife team, is available for $775,000. Powered by a 3000 h.p. Rolls Royce Griffon engine, she was the first boat to unofficially break the 200 mph speed record. A hydraulic trailer is included in the sale.
miss canada iv poster

Miss Canada IV-6
Finally, a faithful reproduction of Miss Canada II is on the market for $395,000. Built by Duke Boats in the 1980s, she is powered by a 760 hp V8 engine and will reach speeds of 90 mph. She comes complete with trailer.
Miss Canada IV

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