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by Rob

Friday May 15, 2015

May 15, 2015 in Uncategorized

Dramatic Price Reduction on Long Deck Launch
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We have been instructed by the owners of this 27 ft. 1920 Gidley long deck launch to reduce the price from $80,000 to $50,000! WOW!

This beautiful, historic launch went through a total restoration about ten 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 this fall,  (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.

Price: Was $80.000. New price as of May, 2015: $50,000!
For contact information, please see ad number pb521 on the Antique/Classic Boats page, or click on the link. pb521
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by Rob

Tuesday January 27, 2015

January 27, 2015 in Blog

Our newest listing:
A J.H. Ross cedar-strip runabout: 15.5 ft, 1936
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This versatile runabout has been very well preserved and cared for. (Serial number 88334). In the 1990’s the boat was appraised by Town and Country Appraisals at $6500.
The Ross is rated for a 15 hp. outboard motor. The sale will include a trailer (to be provided). The owner is willing to bring the boat to Muskoka and would also consider a trade for a “four wheeler”.
Price: $4500 (negotiable)
For contact information, please see ad number pb634 on the Classic/Antique Boats page.
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by Rob

January 14, 2015

January 14, 2015 in Uncategorized

Price Reduction on Triple Cockpit Port Carling Boat Works “SeaBird”
Originally priced at $37,000, we have been instructed by the owner to reduced the price on this fully restored Seabird to $27,999.
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pb356-2l, rare, triple cockpit Port Carling Boat Works SeaBird, is a multiple award winner.
Powered by a 4 cylinder Buchanan Junior engine, this vessel turns heads wherever she goes. Awards received include:
-Best in Show and People’s Choice award Hartwell GA Boat Show
-Blue Ridge Boat Show: People’s Choice award
-Atlanta, Georgia: Wooden Boat Show: Best In Show award
Charlotte, N.C.; People’s Choice award
Lake Burton, GA Show 2nd place award
Alabama, Dixieland Chapter Show: First Place Runabout award and People’s Choice award
Mt. Dora, Florida: Sunnyland Chapter Show. (210 boats) Awarded one of 6 awards given for best boats in show.
Comments from the owner…”The Seabird comes with a trailer. “I added a new fuel tank with anti-siphon, bilge blower, lift rods to connect rings to keel attachments, 2nd bilge pump in stern. Petronix solid state ignition. Upholstery is pleated dark green. (New in 1999)” Additional bottom work has recently been completed. Equipment includes boat cover, bumpers, brass/wood boat hook, old brass fire extinguisher (non functional)
For contact information, please see ad number pb356 on the Classic/Antique Wooden Boats page, or click on the link. pb356
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by Rob

Tuesday September 2, 2014

September 2, 2014 in Uncategorized

Price reduction on antique long deck launch:
We have been instructed by the owner to reduce the price of this rare Croswell Bros. long deck launch (22 ft, 1934) from $45,000 to $39,000.
“Miss Buzz” offers a cedar hull and ribs, professionally rebuilt by Stan Hunter in 2006. The decking is mahogany with oak trim.. The launch comes with a custom fitted canvas cover and all maintenance records since the boat was new! The engine is a four cylinder Chris-Craft Model B (60 hp) purchased in 1980 from G&B Marine Sales, then shipped to Norse Bay Boat Works in Penetang, where it was installed. (It replaced a Buchanan four cylinder engine). For further details, please see ad number pb572 on the Classic/Antique Wooden Boats page, or click on the link. pb572
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Notes from the book Island Odyssey
“These three (Croswell Bros. launches) have now passed into history, but a fourth is still running today. The “Miss Buzz”, owned by Elmer Phillips, was built in 1934 and given the nickname of Mr. Phillip’s daughter Debbie. For those who remember the other three boats, “Miss Buzz” is considered the queen of her breed.. Unlike the other three, “The Buzz” has mahogany decks, with oak trim that Mr. Phillips keeps so beautifully polished you can can see your reflection in her gleaming, varnished decks. Typical of the “cheese cutters” of her day, “Miss Buzz” gracefully slices through the waves, instead of pounding over them, as modern hulls do. What she lacks in speed, she more than makes up for in elegance and style, reminiscent of a day when getting there was at least half the fun.”