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by Rob

Our newest listing; a custom Shepherd, 22′, 1953

December 18, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Shepherd custom runabout; 22 ft. 1953

This handsome classic Shepherd runabout has been very well cared for, with fresh varnish, waterline and copper bottom paint applied in 2017 by professional restorer James Osler.

The engine, a 6 cylinder 135 hp. Chrysler Crown, (and Zenith carburetors) were completely rebuilt in early 2019 by Matt Fairbrass,  premier marine mechanic. The engine (12 volt electrical system)  is in EXCELLENT condition. (Full reports on both the boat and the engine are available from the owner.)
All instrumentation on the Shepherd is fully functional and the chrome is in good condition, as is the upholstery. The Shepherd offers a removable center seat back insert on the front seat. The hull is very sound. All safety equipment is included. The Shepherd is a roomy vessel, seating six or seven adults.
In the same family since 1985, the Shepherd is now ready for a new home

Original price: $35,000.  New price:  $28,900.    For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number  pb891
Additional photos below

by Rob

Shepherd runabout offers a 25% price reduction!

November 22, 2019 in Uncategorized

We have been instructed by the vendor to adjust the price on this classic 16 ft., 1961 Shepherd runabout from $12,500 to $9,500.
Please see notes from the owner below.

Shepherd runabout: 16 ft, 1961
“Immaculately maintained 1961 Shepherd for sale. We’ve had this boat in our family for over 40 years. It is in top condition. No mechanical or boat damage.”
The Shepherd seats five comfortably. Power comes from an oil injected 115 Mercury outboard engine. Maximum speed is close to 50 mph. The gas tank is a  built-in  stainless steel unit. The trailer, in very sound condition, offers newer tires and wiring.  The sale includes a full mooring cover, two paddles, a bilge pump, six life jackets and bumpers.)

Original Price: $12,500. New Price, Nov, 2019 $9,500      For further details and contact information, please click on the link below.
Ad number pb843

by Rob

Our newest listing: a beautiful Shepherd: 22′, 1956.

March 1, 2019 in Uncategorized

Shepherd runabout: 22 ft., 1956

This beautiful 22′ Shepherd has been very well maintained and operated on Lake Simcoe, Ontario. It features a 135 hp Chrysler Crown 6 cylinder engine with V-Drive transmission. There are dual spotlights, a siren, pennant, and a convertible top. The boat is in very good condition and has been stored in a garage when not in the water. Price includes a dual axle trailer.
. Contact Murray at 705-456-0320, by cell at 416-668-9781 or email:

Asking price is $24,500   CDN   For further details and contact information, please click on the link.    Ad number pb846
Additional photos below.

by Rob

Classic 18′, 1955 Shepherd being restored for sale.

February 4, 2019 in Uncategorized

Before restoration

The 18 ft Shepherd, pictured above and below, (before and during restoration) is being professssionally restored for re-sale. Please ssee notes from the owner below.

Before restoration

Before restoration

Shepherd runabout: 18 ft. 1955
Notes from the owner:
“This boat has been in storage for approximately 30 years.  Powered by a 135 hp, six cylinder Chrysler Special Crown engine. Sale includes a custom tandem axle trailer. You have to see this boat to believe it! Have all original paper work and manuals.”
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Since this ad was first published, the Shepherd has undergone significant professional restorative work.. Once the boat has been completely refurbished, with new upholstery, etc, the asking price will be $28,000. Please see new notes from the owner below. (The purchaser will be able to select his/her choice of upholstery.)

“Just getting back to you on the 1955 Shepherd. We pulled the motor, inspected, cleaned and detailed motor: new fuel lines, tank sent out cleaned and new sending unit. Gauges, switches and electrical were pulled and repaired as needed. All floor boards and cover boards were removed, hull inside inspected clean-sanded and refinished. New floor boards made and covered in Nautolex. Cover boards were stripped, stained and varnished. The hull had all varnish removed, bleach, sanded, stained, and 6 coats of varnish so far.
Left to do: Six more coats of varnish, bottom stripped, sealed, and painted, upholstery, and re-chrome.”
Ed: note: Additional photos below show the boat in its current restoration process.
Price: $28,000  For further details and contact information, please click on the link.  Ad number pb796

by Rob

Our newest listing: a 16 ft. Shepherd, plus another recently sold Hacker-Craft

November 13, 2018 in Uncategorized

Shepherd runabout: 16 ft, 1961

Notes from the owner below.
“Immaculately maintained 1961 Shepherd for sale. We’ve had this boat in our family for over 40 years. It is in top condition. No mechanical or boat damage.”
The Shepherd seats five comfortably.
(Ed note: Power comes from an oil injected 115 Mercury outboard engine. Maximum speed is close to 50 mph. The gas tank is a  built-in  stainless steel unit. The trailer, in very sound condition, offers newer tires and wiring.  The sale includes a full mooring cover, two paddles, a bilge pump, six life jackets and bumpers.)
Price: $12,500.  For further details and contact information,  please click on the link.  Ad number pb843   Additional photos below

Recently sold Hacker-Craft (below)

 


Congratulations to the buyer and seller of this modern-day Hacker-Craft. Contemporary technology combined with classic looks make this triple cockpit launch a real show-stopper. The asking price on the Hacker-Craft was $125,000. (The owner stated that he received a “good price” for the boat.)  Please see notes from the owner and additional photos below.

Hacker-Craft 26 ft, 1997
This beautiful boat is in lovely condition. (The varnish was refreshed this year by Mike Windsor, professional restorer.)
There is wood trim throughout: in all three cockpits as well as the engine compartment.
All three cockpits have windshields.
The Hacker-Craft received a new double-planked bottom in 2003-4 and comes with custom paint and exhausts. The 454 ci Crusader engine has only 131 hours on the clock. The Hacker has been boat-house kept since new.

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