This year’s July 8th, 2017 vintage boat and auto show, sponsored by the Toronto Chapter ACBS, was a well attended celebration of our automotive and marine history. Admission to the show was free this year, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. Despite an overcast start to the day, (with some areas experiencing power outages) the sky cleared and the crowds arrived! Congratulations to all involved for a very successful show. Enjoy the photos below and stay tuned for the upcoming video.
This mini tug was surely the cutest boat at the Show.
A beautifullly maintained/restored Duke Playmate
Very rare 1940s Chris-Craft with cuddy
“Hers” is a a very welcome repeat Chris-Craft visitor at the Show
“Slightly Altered” is a custom Gentleman’s Racer currently for sale on the Port Carling Boats website. Price: $45,000
This very attractrive electric boat bodes well for future more environmentally friendly boating.
The Canadian Electric Boat Co. strikes again!
Best to be wearing sunglasses when viewing this very striking “fibreglassic”.
Unusual and attriactive covering boards on this Gentleman’s Racer
No Gravenhurst Boat Show is complete without the steamship Segwun on the scene.
The vehicles at this year’s show were all “Concours D’Elegance” automobiles.
Several Amphicars made their way to to the Show this year.
The classic lines of these autos have a class, grace and beauty all their own.
This well maintained Chris-Craft Sea Skiff Cuddy is also for sale on the Port Carling Boats website..$15,900
A gorgeous Chris-Craft triple cockpit.