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by Rob

Our newest listing: a Gentleman’s Racer, 22.5 ft., 1995

January 10, 2020 in Uncategorized

Hacker-Craft Gentleman’s Racer; (rebuilt) 22.5 ft., 1995
  RagTime- This is a 1995 Hack-Craft, that came to us in 2015, and over 18 months, underwent a forensic re-construction. The rotten west-system bottom was replaced with a solid and sealed Breen plank bottom. The entire boat was stripped, re-fastened, and refinished. Deck grout also replaced. New leather upholstery. Additional hardware and details such as the tear-drop engine ventilation scoops were added, to give the boat more sex appeal. Since delivery in 2016, the boat has only been used three times, as the owner had been busy with an expanding family. This is a tremendous value for a turn-key, perfect gentleman’s racer that will stand the test of time with minimal maintenance. Restoration details can be seen at www.breenboats.com

Price :$115,000 CDN. (about $87,400 USD ( on Jan.10, 2012)    For further details and contact information, please click on the link.  (Additional photos below)
Ad number pb892

by Rob

Two of our newest listings: a Jeffrey and a Hacker-Craft racer

May 15, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hacker-Craft Racer:27 ft., 1998

Notes from the owner below:
“1998 Hacker-Craft. 27 foot Racer. Autographed by Bill Morgan, (original owner of Hacker-Craft Corp.) This boat has been completely restored from top to bottom. The engine is a 496H0 (435 hp) Captain’s Choice Crusader. This boat runs and drives beautifully.” Price: $128,000
For further details and contact information, please click on the link.Ad number pb860


Jeffrey Sport runabout: 22 ft., 1948 (below)

Jeffrey Sports Runabout: 22 ft., 1948

Please see notes from the vendor below.
““Asden”, owned by Al Goodwright of Osgoode, ON is a triple cockpit runabout built in 1948 by Miles Jeffrey of Athens, Ontario. She is one of a small number of boats built by Mr. Jeffrey between 1932 and 1958 still existing. She is 22’0” in length, with a beam of 6’6″ and is still powered by the originally installed 130 hp straight-eight cylinder Kermath Sea Chief engine. “Asden” was one of only two boats that Jeffrey custom built for clients with sedan roofs, both were removed by subsequent owners. Asden underwent a complete restoration between 1992 and 1997 by Potter Boat Restoration. A new intake system has also been installed on the boat at a cost of $4000 plus”
Price:   $25,000 CDN     For further details and contact information, please click on the link . Ad number pb859

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