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by Rob

Significant price reduction on a beautiful Chris-Craft Constellation: 37 ft, 1963

February 4, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Notes from the owner:
A comprehensive restoration was completed in 1998 including the finishes being stripped down to bare wood from top to bottom. The bottom was redone with Interlux antifouling paint and above the water line it was primed with epoxy primer and top coated with acrylic polyurethane. The teak decks where sanded down to fresh wood and recoated with Tuffshield for a virtually maintenance free finish. The swim platform and all other miscellaneous teak surfaces were also refinished.
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In 2000 the engines were upgraded with twin 8L V10s (see advancedmarinepropulsion.com). The vessel continues to be stored inside during the off-season and looks and performs as best in class.
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In addition to the engines and surface finishes the alcohol counter burners have been replaced with electric burners. All engine gauges were rebuilt in the 1980s and all of the wiring was upgraded or replaced to ABYC standards. All instrumentation is in A-1 working order.
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Original price: $49,000. New price as of Jan. 2017 $39,500. WOW! For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb717pb717-8
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by Rob

Incredible price reduction on historic Gidley long deck launch.

February 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Gidley long Deck launch: 27 ft, 1920
This beautiful, historic Gidley long deck launch went through a total restoration about fourteen years ago, costing $150,000.  The hull is cedar on oak.  (Length, 27 ft, beam 6 ft.) The owner passed away a year later and the Gidley has been in storage ever since. The six cylinder Chrysler Crown engine was started up in the fall of   2012.  The boat’s name is “Black Cat”.  (Note the cat’s head on top of the gear shift lever.)  “Black Cat” comes with a storage trailer.

Original Price was $80.000. New price as of Jan, 2017: $35,000! WOW
For contact information and further information, please click on the link. Ad number pb521 

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by Rob

Our newest listing: a rare Shepherd hardtop sedan: 24′, 1954

January 31, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Shepherd Hard Top Sedan: 24 ft, 1954
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Comes with original 331 cu inch Hemi. In excellent condition, and has received many awards, including the Best Classic Cruiser at the 2016 ACBS Lake Geneva boat show. Believed to be the only 24′ Shepherd hardtop in active use. A wonderful boat for multi-day cruises. . The boat can be viewed by appointment in SE Wisconsin. Offers Requested

More detailed notes from the owner below:
A 1954 Canadian built 24 foot Shepherd hardtop is now available. The boat is in excellent condition, and has received many awards; the most recent being, Best Classic Cruiser at the 2016 ACBS Lake Geneva boat show. As an active Antique and Classic Boat Society (ACBS) member, I have enjoyed taking friends on ACBS cruises across the eastern US for over 15 years. This has included cruises on: the Mississippi, the Three Lakes Chain, the Eagle River Chain, the St. Lawrence, the Rideau, the Upper Ottawa, the Hudson, and the Finger Islands of Lake Huron. We have always enjoyed waving to the open boaters as we pass them on rainy days with our side windows cranked up and our windshield wipers active. Unfortunately, I am now in my 80’s and have lost most of my crew. Hence, I am now basically limiting my boating to local waters in my GarWoods.
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As far as I know, this Shepherd is the only 24 foot hardtop in active use. The advantage of the 24 foot hardtop vs. the 27 footer (which is more numerous) is the added seating under the hardtop. The 27 footer has only two bench seats under the hardtop with rest of the space used for built-in furniture; whereas, the 24 footer has four bench seats under the hardtop.The Shepherd weighs about 5,000 pounds….6500 with the trailer.
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The original Hemi V-8 has been rebuilt, (approx. 1998) and it has run great for my 16 years of ownership. In addition to replacing the transom, I replaced some covering boards, chines, frames, all of the interior side paneling, all of the flooring, and the fuel tank. I converted the power train from a remotely activated hydraulic shifter to a classic floor stalk shifter for greater ease in docking.
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I added a Garmin GPS, an InterPhase forward scanning sonar, and a marine phone. These units are mounted on a mahogany bracket in front of the dash on the right side of the helm. These units make cruising much safer. I also built a removable maple picnic table which can be installed in front of the rear bench seat. All the seats have been re-upholstered in a shade of green matching the steering wheel, and the new stalk knobs. A two axle heavy duty trailer with surge brakes on each wheel, and three covers are included. (Larger axles and tires were installed in 2013). The boat can be viewed by appointment in SE Wisconsin on Lauderdale Lakes, which is 15 miles NW of Lake Geneva. My address is in Elkhorn, WI 53121. For more detailed contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb727

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by Rob

Dramatic price reduction on 22 ft Duke Special

January 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

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We have been instructed by the owner of this 22 foot Duke Special to reduce the price from $40,000 to $29,995.  WOW

One of a Kind, 1950 22 ft. Duke Special custom built for a Muskoka Lakes client.
Notes from the owner:
“This mahogany runabout was custom built in Port Carling in 1950 and is unlike other Duke runabouts, there is a pass through from the rear seat to the front, no crawling over decks. The boat is 95% original wood, with all new white oak engine stringers and pressure treated plywood floor replacing the original spruce dead wood . The engine, a 6 cylinder Gray marine of approximately 105 HP, rebuilt by PAL engines in 1987, comes with manuals.”

Price: Original price was $40,000 New Price: $29,995   WOW! For contact information, please click on the link.  Ad #pb684

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by Rob

Significant price reduction on restored Greavette Sunflash

January 17, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Greavette Sunflash: 17 ft, 1966
Notes from the owner:
The Sunflash has been in the same family since it was new. A fully documented restoration was undertaken in 2011 with new varnish being applied after the 2015 boating season. A new fuel tank was installed in 2013. The original interior is in excellent condition. A new Bimini top was installed in 2015.
The Sunflash is powered by a 110 hp, Mercruiser four cylinder engine that is reliable and runs well.

Original price : $11,500.  New price, as of Jan, 2017 –  $9,500.

For contact information,  please click on the link. Ad number pb707  (Additional photos below)
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