Congratulations to the buyer and seller of this 1960s Peterborough,
The asking price on this 14 footer was $2200.
Oops We goofed.
We had recently listed this boat (below) as sold. Luckily, it is still available!
This 20 ft. 1954 Chris-Craft Holiday is listed at $22,500 CAD, and according to the owner, is in EXCELLENT condition
See see ad number pb900-2
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“Beautiful cedar-strip boat with trailer. Always covered, always maintained and serviced.
Custom canvas top, always covered when not in use.
– two gas tanks
– automatic bilge pump
– retro fixtures / all proper lighting
– depth Gauge
– all safety equipment required
– two short paddles that fit under the bow deck and a custom wood tray for PDF’s
– very easy to winterize either in the water before pulling it out in the fall or with the hose hook up, no marina cost.
– added rollers to the trailer easy pulling out
– engine support unit for towing
– fuel always treated properly off season
– add fresh gas and drop it in a lake. Never once unreliable, remember the bilge.
Original Price: $15,750
New price: $14,900
For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb903.
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Richardson Picnic Launch: 22 ft, 1939
This rare Richardson launch underwent extensive refurbishing in 2010 by Barron’s Custom Boats in Midland, Ontario. More than $23,000 in restorative work was carried out (including a new hard top). According to an available marine survey by Barrie Marine Surveyors and appraisers in 2010, reported that the boat is in “exceptionally good condition, considering her vintage.” The Richardson is powered by a 4 cylinder 1981 Volvo Penta engine, (135 b.p.h.) The marine survey estimated the fair market value of “Babe” at $33,000 to $35,000
The history of the launch can be found in the text among the photos.
The launch is turn-key and ready for inspection. Original price:$20,000.
New price: (March, 2020) $15,000 or best offer. Owner will consider a trade for a vintage auto.
For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb638
See the video and additional photos for a more comprehensive look at he Richardson
Antique, wood, rowing/sailing dory in very good condition. She is 16 feet long and has a beam of 4 feet 6 inches with a mahogany floor. She is christened ‘TOAD’. She has a double set of oars for rowing by two “sailors”, and she has a mast with a light brown mainsail for sailing. Trailer is included. The rudder and tiller are missing, but a new one can easily be made by someone handily adroit using mahogany or teak wood: The stern brackets for the rudder are already attached on the stern – see the last picture included.
(Editors Note. The beautiful lines on this dory seem very similar to the famous and versatile Whitehall design)
Price: The asking price is $3900, or best offer. For further details and contact information, please click on the link. Ad number pb910
This 1941 Duke has been on Lake Muskoka since new. Second owner has lovingly maintained her for the last 50 years. Bow stem, transom, and engine mount stringers have been professionally replaced. Engine was rebuilt many years ago but has relatively few hours (estimated 200 hours). New seat cushions, otherwise all original.
Price: $6500 CAD For further details and contact information, please click on the ink. Ad number pb911.
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