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  • 1916 Canadian Racing Launch 20ft – SOLD

    $10,000.00

    1916 Canadian Racing Launch 20ft – SOLD

    $10,000.00

    1916 Canadian Racing Launch 20ft “Redskin”

    This 1916 racing launch is believed to have been built in Ontario and was first campaigned by Atlantic City Yacht Club member F.W. Van Loon of Philadelphia. The president of the Antique Automobile Club of America, D. Cameron Peck, purchased the vessel from Van Loon in 1948 and commissioned a restoration by Ralph T. Buckley in Atlantic City. The vessel was restored again in 1984 by us at Sierra Boat Company, thereafter earning first place at that year’s Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance. The boat was put into storage in the late 1980s before being acquired by a new owner in 2003 and brought to operational status in time to earn Best Engine of Show at the 2003 Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance.

    Power is from an inboard Wisconsin Journey 449ci inline-four that was reportedly installed in 1917. The 20-foot oak hull is finished in red, white, and black with varnished decking. This racing boat was donated to the Tahoe Maritime Museum in 2003.

    It was stated that the boat was designed in 1912 and fabricated between 1913-1916. The vessel measures 20 feet long and features a beam of five feet as well as a two-foot draft. The planning hull is constructed of oak and features a bronze stem band and rib rails. The sides are painted red above a white bootstripe and black underside. The forward deck is finished in white, while the gunwales, aft deck, and transom are varnished wood. The 1948 restoration involved replacement of the transom and decking.

    The open cockpit features a flat floor made of varnished wood planks. A single seat located in the center wears green upholstery and a button-tufted lower cushion. A tan canvas cover for the forward cockpit also protects the engine.

    The wood steering wheel operates the rudder via a pulley system and cables that run along the inside of the starboard hull. Instrumentation includes a 2,200-rpm Corbin tachometer and an oil pressure gauge. A vintage Buffalo fire extinguisher is mounted beneath the steering wheel, and a boat hook is affixed on the port side.

    The original two-stroke Watertown six-cylinder engine was replaced in 1917 with a Wisconsin Journey 449ci inline-four, which was rated at 110 horsepower at 2,200 rpm when new. The T-head Wisconsin engine is said to weigh 875 pounds and features a twin-spark ignition system and six-volt electrics. The hand-operated fuel pump reportedly provides pressure and the engine is said to have run under testing when fuel was poured into the priming cups, though the #2 priming cup passage needs cleaning and the fuel tank is filled with bad gasoline.

    The vessel was last in the water in 2003. A wooden cradle is included in the sale.

    • ID: REDSKIN
    • Year: 1916
    • Builder:
    • Model: Canadian Racing Launch
    • Length: 20ft
    • Engine: Wisconsin Journey 449ci inline-four, 110 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $10,000.00
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  • 1932-gar-wood-28-Runabout

    1932 Gar Wood 28ft Runabout – SOLD

    $350,000.00

    1932 Gar Wood 28ft Runabout – SOLD

    $350,000.00

    1932 Gar Wood 28ft Runabout.

    To the best of our research, “Liberty” is the only remaining Gar Wood 28ft Triple Cockpit with an original Gar Wood conversion engine. Only four of the 28-55 runabouts were built in that year, according to records compiled by Tony Mollica. Gar Wood purchased and marinized the World War I engines as a way to provide lightweight 400 hp engines, first in the Baby Gar 33ft boats and later in a small amount of 28 footers. The Scripps V-12 engines would not be available for a few years later, so in 1932 if you wanted performance, the Liberty V-12 was the option of choice.

    Sierra acquired this boat as a complete derelict, sometime in the 70’s. Much of the boat’s hardware was missing but the engine was still there. Restoration was started in the early 80’s and at the time it was one of Sierra’s most extensive restoration projects, requiring almost an entire replacement of every frame and plank. That work was done by then employee, Tony Brown, now the owner of Western Runabouts. The engine, as mentioned was there, but in sorry condition. At the time, we did not have the needed spare parts to rebuild it. We did have however, a complete running Liberty that had come out of a 33ft Gar Wood. Refurbishing of the engine and installation was done by Sierra’s legendary mechanic, Dave Chanda.

    Fast forward to present, the boat has once again had a light re-restoration of the wood and upholstery, entrusted to Tony Brown. The engine was removed by Sierra and master engine builder Cooper Stubbs completely tore down the engine for an inspection and new gaskets. All engine systems were checked over and re-built as needed.

    A favorite at the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance, “Liberty” stands out from the crowd. If you have never driven a Liberty powered boat, there is nothing quite like it. 1,649 cubic inches of engine turning at 1,800 rpm with 5″ exhausts. The torque is immense, and every slight turn of the throttle is instantly translated into more speed.

    This is a chance to own a truly one of a kind 1932 Gar Wood that has a long history on Tahoe and has been cared for by the best craftsmen on the lake.

    • ID: LIBERTY
    • Year: 1932
    • Builder: Gar Wood
    • Model: Triple Cockpit
    • Length: 28ft
    • Engine: Liberty V-12, 400 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $350,000.00
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  • 1934 Chris Craft 27ft Custom Runabout – SOLD

    $75,000.00

    1934 Chris Craft 27ft Custom Runabout – SOLD

    $75,000.00

    1934 Chris Craft 27ft Custom Runabout

    This 1934 Chris-Craft runabout is a Custom 309 model that features a 27′ mahogany hull with triple cockpits. From 1932 to 1941, Chris Craft made only 62 27’ Custom Runabouts. This Chris Craft, named Star Dust, was originally purchased in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and was brought to Lake Tahoe by Fred Kehlet later in the 1930s. Kehlet used it for public rides from his family’s maritime operation at Meeks Bay Resort. The vessel was later acquired by John Wickland III, and it earned Best of Show at the 1992 Tahoe Yacht Club’s Concours d’Elegance. Western Runabouts refurbished the exterior in 2003, and the boat earned a score of 84 at that year’s Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance. Star Dust was donated in 2004 to the Tahoe Maritime Museum and served as their summer ride boat for museum members and the public. A Crusader 6.0-liter V8 and forward/reverse transmission were installed in 2012, though the original A-120 V8 engine is included in the sale.

    The planing hull and curved deck feature seam-and-batten mahogany construction over white oak framing. The boat measures 27′ long and 7′ 2″ wide and has a 28″ draft. Polished chrome deck hardware includes the cutwater, chocks, cleats, engine compartment vents, and navigation lights.

    The foredeck and quarterdeck are natural varnished mahogany, and the king planks and coverboard are stained walnut. In 2003 Western Runabouts sanded, repaired, and varnished the hull and deck.

    The triple cockpit layout features three separate seating areas, each equipped with tan vinyl benches and planked soles covered in black rubber mats. A single-pane, tempered-glass windscreen shields the driver and features a hinged frame and wind wings. The forward and aft cockpit soles are removable for access to their respective bilges.

    A banjo steering wheel is mounted on the starboard side of the foremost cockpit and is equipped with a center throttle lever. A forward/reverse shifter extends from the floorboard. An instrument cluster for the Crusader engine has been added under the dashboard and includes a 6k-rpm tachometer and gauges for oil pressure, temperature, and voltage. Period instrumentation is retained in the dash fascia but is not functional at this time.

    A fuel-injected, GM-based Crusader 6.0-liter V8 was installed in 2012 by Allen’s Marine Engines of Saratoga, California, along with a ZF 63A transmission. The replacement engine was rated for 375 horsepower and is fueled by twin 30-gallon tanks in the stern. When the boat was last used in the summer of 2019 a coolant leak was noted with the recommendation of replacing the thermostat gasket and exhaust manifolds.

    The removed 825ci (13.5 liters) Chris-Craft A-120 V8 is included in the sale. It is 543 of 605 A-120s made and has been modified with a 12-volt Delcotron alternator. The engine received a compression test in 2021 which showed low compression in one cylinder so an engine rebuild would be needed if a buyer decided to switch back to the original engine. The factory wiring, instrumentation, and linkages are said to remain fitted so that the next owner can reinstall the original engine if so desired.

    The bottom is a 30-year-old epoxy bottom that is showing her age. The boat was last in the water in September of 2019. The bottom has dried out in storage and seams have opened up. A bottom replacement should be factored in for any potential buyer.

    This boat comes on a steel, tandem-axle Zieman trailer that is painted black and features side steps, carpeted beds, 15″ wheels, and a Dutton-Lainson hand winch. The boat is protected by a custom waterline cover and comes with an anchor, lines, lifejackets, and a boarding ladder.

    • ID: Star Dust
    • Year: 1934
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: 309 – Custom runabout
    • Length: 27ft
    • Engine: Crusader 6.0L V8, 375 hp
    • Trailer: 1989 Zieman MFG. Co. tandem axle trailer
    • Price: $75,000.00
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  • Chris Craft 20 Custom

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom – SOLD

    $68,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom – SOLD

    $68,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom.

    The Chris Craft 20ft Custom Runabout was the successor to the pre-war 19ft Custom Runabout or Barrel Back. Only 369 hulls were built from 1946 to 1949. This is hull number 338, built in the final year. They were the first of the post war runabouts to feature the blond decking. Expensive and plush in their day, they featured genuine leather upholstery and a substantial 4 piece folding windshield.

    This example has been restored to the highest standards. It features a 5200 bottom and fully skinned and glued decks and hull sides. It features the top engine option, the Chris Craft MBL at 158 hp. The boat has been fully rewired and has been converted to 12 volt. All details are correct. It has won numerous awards at shows in Oregon and Lake Tahoe. Restorations on this level do not come cheap, so here is an opportunity to buy a ready to go boat for a fraction of the cost of a restoration. It comes on a custom fitted Ryan Trailer.

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: VIKI G
    • Year: 1949
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: 20 Custom
    • Length: 20ft
    • Engine: Chris Craft MBL, 158 hp
    • Trailer: Custom Ryan Tandem
    • Price: $68,000.00
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  • 1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom – SOLD

    $45,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom – SOLD

    $45,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 20ft Custom.

    The 20ft Custom Runabout is one of the best post war boats that Chris Craft built. They were very high quality and were a continuation of the pre-war 19ft Custom, AKA 19ft Barrel Back. These boats have become one of the most collectible boats on the market.

    This 1949 Chris Craft 20ft was delivered in June of 1949 to a dealer in Duluth, Minnesota. Nearly 40 years later, the restorer Don Viehmeyer discovered her in Minnesota in 1986 in very poor condition and restored her in 2000. The current owners purchased “Clementine” in May of that year. Her name originated from the song “Oh My Darling Clementine” because she is, as the lyrics go, a “49’er”.

    Clementine was a family boat and a daily user on Lake Tahoe. She is hull #362 of a series of 367 which makes her one of the last manufactured in the series. Clementine has been “Miss May” in a national calendar and has appeared in Classic Boating Magazine.  The boat has earned first and second place awards at the Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance. The boat was last refreshed by the crew at Obexer’s Boat Company.

    The boat comes on a custom Trailer Plus tandem axle trailer that was fully serviced in the spring of 2019 and is protected by a custom full waterline cover.

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: CLEMENTINE
    • Year: 1949
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Custom Runabout
    • Length: 20ft
    • Engine: Chris Craft MBL, 158 hp
    • Trailer: Custom Trailer Plus tandem axle
    • Price: $45,000.00
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  • 1949 Chris Craft 22ft Sportsman

    1949 Chris Craft 22ft Sportsman – SOLD

    $45,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 22ft Sportsman – SOLD

    $45,000.00

    1949 Chris Craft 22ft Sportsman

    The 22ft Sportsman is one of Chris Craft’s most popular and practical post-war models with a total of 2,082 22ft Sportsman’s built between 1946 and 1954. These well known and collectible boats are affectionately referred to as U-22’s and were made famous as the boat used in the 1980’s movie ‘On Golden Pond’ with Henry & Jane Fonda.

    This 1949 Chris Craft 22ft Sportsman is nicely restored and features a no-soak fiberglass bottom. The boat is powered by a Chevrolet 350 with 290 hp. The engine has 633 hours and has only been in fresh water.

    Extras included with this boat are; custom waterline cover with deck pads, custom bimini top, 2 upholstered storage seats, and more. The boat comes on a 1999 Sport Boat Trailer with dual axles and surge brakes.

    This 22ft Sportsman scored a second place in the Lake Tahoe Councours d’Elegance boat show with only the modern power engine keeping it from being a first-place boat.

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: ELCHALO V
    • Year: 1949
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Sportsman
    • Length: 22ft
    • Engine: Chevrolet 350, 290 hp
    • Trailer: 1999 Sport Boat Trailer, dual axle
    • Price: $45,000.00
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  • 1950 Chris Craft 23ft Holiday

    1950 Chris Craft 23ft Holiday – SOLD

    $50,000.00

    1950 Chris Craft 23ft Holiday – SOLD

    $50,000.00

    1950 Chris Craft 23ft Holiday.

    Chris Craft was founded in the late 19th century by Chris Smith and became famous for its mahogany hulled powerboats from the 1920’s through the 1950’s. They built many different sizes and types of boats ranging from utility style to full race boats.

    This Chris Craft is 1 of 88 23′ Holidays that the company built from 1950-1952. The hull # is H-23-005, making it one of the first few 23’ Holiday’s built. The boat is powered by a Marine Power 260 hp engine with a Holley carburetor. The engine has only 70.5 hours on it and had a complete tune up in 2016.

    This boat features a no soaking epoxy bottom that is in excellent condition. In the winter of 2018/2019 the decks, coverboards, and transom were stripped, stained and re-varnished by Sierra Boat. This boat came to Sierra Boat in the spring of 2016 and has been kept in a slip for each summer season including now where it currently resides.

    The combination of blonde and dark rich Philippine mahogany, teak floors and perfect plush red upholstery is truly a must see!

    • ID: HOME AGAIN
    • Year: 1950
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Holiday
    • Length: 23ft
    • Engine: Marine Power, 260 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $50,000.00
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  • Chris Craft 27 Semi Enclosed

    1952 Chris Craft 27ft Semi Enclosed Cruiser – SOLD

    $75,000.00

    1952 Chris Craft 27ft Semi Enclosed Cruiser – SOLD

    $75,000.00

    1952 Chris Craft 27ft Semi Enclosed Cruiser

    Delivered to a Los Angeles auto dealer in 1952, this 27ft Chris Craft Semi Enclosed Cruiser was moored at Newport Harbor for roughly 40 years.  Her primary purpose was to carry her multiple owners to and from Catalina Island.

    Derelict and in need of a new purpose, she was purchased in 1992 and was completely restored to her original beauty, named Viking, and brought to Lake Tahoe.  Her Tahoe debut was at the 1994 Concours where she won 2nd place and the Richard Clark Perpetual Award for Grace, Style and Excellence. She won a 2nd place again in 1995 at the Concours and a 3rd place at the 2003 Concours. In 2001, Viking was honored with the People’s Choice award at the ACBS Tahoe Keys Show and in 2005 was honored with the Kids Choice award.

    The restoration in 1992 included an epoxy glass bottom and new, Chevrolet V-8 engines. This is a very attractive and practical day-use boat. It has plenty of seating for a large group, plus a sink and refrigerator. At only 27ft, it is small enough to be trailered but is ideally suited to Lake Tahoe and its rough waters.

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: VIKING
    • Year: 1952
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Semi Enclosed Cruiser
    • Length: 27ft
    • Engine: Twin 350 Chevrolet, 300 hp ea.
    • Trailer: V/M 27’ Tandem
    • Price: $75,000.00

     

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  • 1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri

    1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri – SOLD

    $35,000.00

    1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri – SOLD

    $35,000.00

    1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri.

    From 1955 to 1958 Chris Craft produced 786 Capri’s. This 1958 Chris Craft Capri is hull number 750 making it one of the last 35 Capri’s ever built. Chris Craft offered three engine options at that time for the Capri; KBL, KLC and KFL. This boat was special ordered with a Ford Dearborn Interceptor engine for better performance. At some point the displacement was increase for more horsepower, perfect for Lake Tahoe’s higher altitude. The Ford Interceptor was rebuilt by Sierra Boat in 2016, has only been used in Lake Tahoe and has very low engine hours on it.

    This 1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri features a no soak bottom. The deck and hull sides varnish are in good condition. Everything is original besides the no soak bottom. Interior upholstery and flooring are in good condition. The boat is protected by a full custom cover that is in good condition as well.

    The boat comes with a like new 2014 California Trailer Works tandem axle custom trailer that features a swing tongue.

    This 1958 Chris Craft 19ft Capri is turn key and ideal for Tahoe!

    https://www.chriscraft.com/our-story/timeline/

    • ID: RED’S DREAM
    • Year: 1958
    • Builder: Chris Craft
    • Model: Capri
    • Length: 19ft
    • Engine: Ford Dearborn Interceptor, 225 hp
    • Trailer: 2014 CTW Custom trailer
    • Price: $35,000.00
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  • 1964 Century Ski Dart

    1964 Century 17ft Ski Dart – SOLD

    $9,450.00

    1964 Century 17ft Ski Dart – SOLD

    $9,450.00

    1964 Century 17ft Ski Dart “Tweeter”

    The Century Ski Dart ski boat was the prototype of the Ski Nautique and MasterCraft’s flat hull ski boat design. In 1964 they made only 60 Ski Darts with this being the 44th boat they built that year. The 180 hp Ford Interceptor V8 engine sends the boat thru the water at about 35 mph making it an excellent ski boat. The boat is 17’3’’ in length with a 6’11’’ wide beam and a center engine housing making it easy to walk around or to store a ski or swim ladder.

    The sellers of this 1964 Century 17ft Ski Dart are the second owners. They purchased the boat in May of 1974 from the original owners who named the boat “Tweeter” after their last name, Birdsong. The boat has never been off Lake Tahoe and has been meticulously maintained and stored at Sierra Boat Co. since 1974. Sierra Boat has all records of work done to this boat.

    Tweeter received a second-place trophy at the 2018 Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance and it has been said to be the only Century Ski Dart on Lake Tahoe!

    http://centuryboatclub.com/cbcindex02.htm

    • ID: TWEETER
    • Year: 1964
    • Builder: Century
    • Model: Ski Dart
    • Length: 17ft
    • Engine: Ford Interceptor, 180 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $9,450.00
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  • 1965 Lyman

    1965 Lyman 21ft – SOLD

    $44,500.00

    1965 Lyman 21ft – SOLD

    $44,500.00

    1965 Lyman 21ft

    Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1875 and later relocated to Sandusky, Ohio, the Lyman Boat Works is known for building wooden, lapstrake “Clinker-Built” boats with legendary craftsmanship, unsurpassable utility, and steadfast seaworthiness in rough Lake Erie waters.

    Lyman is one of the few truly great names in American boat building. Lyman Boats quickly established a regional reputation for quality lapstrake boats. The company expanded its model offerings and helped establish the “utility boat” as a favorite among the boating public. Following World War II, Lyman production expanded to more than 4,000 boats a year, giving thousands of Americans years of enjoyment at the helm of a Lyman.

    This 1965 Lyman was fully restored in 2011/2012 by the famous Lyman restores Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works in Wayne, Maine. Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works specializes in the restorations of Lyman’s so this boat was restored properly with no details overlooked, http://www.androscogginboatworks.com/. All records from the restoration have been saved showing the complete refinish restoration as well as the install of a new PCM 5.7L HO 303 fuel injected engine with 330 hp. The records also show extras such as a custom covers, top rear and side curtains, gold leaf name, dual battery system, etc. The seller has over $75k in the restoration which the condition of the boat reflects.

    This is a prefect turnkey Lake Tahoe boat that can handle the rough waters and the high-altitude sun!

    • ID: MIMI GIRL
    • Year: 1965
    • Builder: Lyman
    • Length: 21ft
    • Engine: PCM 5.7L HO 303, 330 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $44,500.00
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  • 1967 Rio Super Colorado 28

    1967 Rio Super Colorado 28 – SOLD

    $250,000.00

    1967 Rio Super Colorado 28 – SOLD

    $250,000.00

    1967 Rio 28ft Super Colorado.

    “Avionautica Rio” was then founded in 1961, building beautiful motorboats in mahogany with Chris Craft and Rolls-Royce engines along with striking model names such as Colorado, Paranà, Bonito, and Espera. Since the early 1960’s, Rio boats made from mahogany have been sailing the Mediterranean to reach every market throughout Europe. These motorboats were built with great skill and wisdom during a period that culminated in an agreement with Rolls Royce to build a model carrying a V8 engine, the ultimate expression of two prestigious brands. Check out the history at Rio Yachts, https://www.rioyachts.net/en/50-anni-di-storia/

    The Rio shipyard was originally just down the street from the famed Riva shipyard. The influence of the Riva brand is evident in the Colorado, taking many styling clues from the iconic Aquarama. True to all things Italian, the Rio boats are highly crafted works of art. Rio’s should be seen as a different brand than Riva, just as Lamborghini is different from Ferrari, not inferior just different.

    The example listed here is the only known to exist 1967 Rio 28ft Super Colorado in the US, and one of only a handful of Rio’s in this country. The “super” designation is due to the use of “Big Block” engines, in this case a pair of Chrysler Marine 440’s. It is not known how many Colorado’s were built, but it is estimated that the numbers were very low, and certainly the Super is rarer still. The hull number is 035, which assumes it is the 35th built.

    Sierra Boat has been the primary caretaker of this boat since its restoration in the mid 90’s. It has been well taken care of and was recently completely re-varnished and the engines were totally re-built.

    This is a perfect boat for Tahoe and capable of handling rough water with ease.

    • ID: La Bella Vita
    • Year: 1967
    • Builder: Rio Yachts
    • Model: Super Colorado
    • Length: 28ft
    • Engine: Twin Chrysler 440 cu in, 330 hp
    • Trailer: 1991 V/M Custom Tandem
    • Price: $250,000.00
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  • 1969 Bertram 20ft

    1969 Bertram 20ft “The Red Baron” – SOLD

    $38,500.00

    1969 Bertram 20ft “The Red Baron” – SOLD

    $38,500.00

    1969 Bertram 20ft “The Red Baron”

    This is the smallest in the Baron line of race boats. The Bertram name carries a great reputation in classic as well as modern boats as they are very well-built boats. This one in particular is one of a run of only of 20 or so in 1969.  In the mid 60’s racing was popular and boat builders were looking to dominate certain classes of boat lengths. This was a tried and true hull in the early 60’s known as the Mopie fishing vessel. It had great hull lift due to the heavy interior and overall construction.

    Sammy James was the heavy hitter in Bertram Racing at the time and the current seller of the boat tracked him down in Florida some years ago. He asked him if he was familiar with the boat and Sammy James said “Familiar???? Hell son, I built them. You mean there are still some left?  That’s great.” Sammy James then filled the seller in on the boat. They basically stripped the Mopie and built this custom deck for the boat to go racing. The boat was a really great performer up to about 60 MPH and then it got a little sketchy. They lost about ½ the boats in testing and regrouped, sold the remaining boats (repowered with less power to control hull speed) and sold them off to recoup some funds for the next boat to test. They were powered with Holman-Moody engines and had Volvo outdrives of the period.

    This boat was purchased in New York by Dick Clarke of Sierra Boat Company about 45 years ago and sat in the warehouse until Tony Brown of wood boat restoration fame bought it and it sat some more. The current owner bought it and proceeded to do a period correct refurb on it. It is not representing a restoration as there are original pieces that were not serviced or restored and the seller did take some liberties that are correct but upgraded.  He installed a period correct Volvo outdrive with outboard trim rams which is rare. He also built a Holman-Moody Ford 351 Windsor engine as this was for altitude.  It does 45 on GPS at Tahoe’s 6300’ elevation.  The boat comes on a custom trailer that was fit to the boat.

    The seller has all the receipts since he bought it. This is truly a great collector’s boat that can be enjoyed and then restored with room for future profit on a sale.

    • ID: THE RED BARON
    • Year: 1969
    • Builder: Bertram
    • Model: Red Baron
    • Length: 20ft
    • Engine: Ford 351 Windsor
    • Trailer: Custom Trailer
    • Price: $38,500.00
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  • 1971 Century 21ft Coronado – SOLD

    $17,500.00

    1971 Century 21ft Coronado – SOLD

    $17,500.00

    1971 Century 21ft Coronado

    Century started building fiberglass production boats in 1966 with the first fiberglass Coronado’s coming in 1969. The Coronado hull remained unchanged when the last were built in 1996. The Coronado has been and will continue to be one of the ultimate family boats that is truly versatile for enjoyment, watersports, or cruising.

    This 1971 Century 21ft Coronado is powered by a Chrysler Marine 440 engine with 300 hp. The engine has 668.5 fresh water only engine hours. That is only 13.5 hours of use each year!

    This Coronado features a bimini top, marine CD player stereo system, snap on cockpit cover, stern boarding ladder, and much more. It comes on a very nice 2008 Boat Mate Trailers dual axle trailer with swing tongue.

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity for a well-maintained classic fiberglass Coronado!

    • ID: CF5580TK
    • Year: 1971
    • Builder: Century
    • Model: Coronado
    • Length: 21ft
    • Engine: Chrysler Marine 440, 300 hp
    • Trailer: 2008 Boat Mate Trailers, dual axle
    • Price: $17,500.00
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  • 1975 Donzi 18ft Corsican

    1975 Donzi 18ft Corsican – SOLD

    $28,500.00

    1975 Donzi 18ft Corsican – SOLD

    $28,500.00

    1975 Donzi 18ft Corsican

    Donzi manufactured 56 Corsican’s from 1968 – 1976 making this a rare and desirable model. The Corsican design, from racing champion Don Aronow, started with the standard 18 classic bottom and was enhanced with a European inspired bubble arch through the middle of the deck. This arch made the seating cozy but left ceiling height for bigger power plants. Additional storage lockers ran a midships on both sides with hatches on the deck sides.

    This 1975 Donzi 18ft Corsican is a one owner boat that has always been stored and maintained by Sierra Boat Company. The boat is powered by the original Holman Moody 302 with 290 hp. The engine has 354.8 original fresh water only engine hours. That is a little less than 8 hours per use each year! The drive is the original Volvo Penta 280 with a three-blade prop.

    • ID: CF7548FM
    • Year: 1975
    • Builder: Donzi
    • Model: Corsican
    • Length: 18ft
    • Engine: Holman Moody 302, 290 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $28,500.00
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  • 1983 Donzi 2+3

    1983 Donzi 2+3 – SOLD

    $25,000.00

    1983 Donzi 2+3 – SOLD

    $25,000.00

    1983 Donzi 2+3

    The Donzi Company was founded in 1963 and has been regarded for years as the premier builder of American fiberglass boats. The sleek-lined Donzi shape was first designed for ocean racing and became popular for luxury speedboats.

    This 1983 Donzi 2+3 was delivered new to Lake Tahoe and has never left Sierra Boat Company. This one owner Donzi has been stored and maintained with Sierra Boat with all records available. The boat is powered by a slightly modified Chevy 454 with around 400 hp. The outdrive is a MerCruiser Bravo One with a high-performance lower unit.

    This Donzi received over $24,000 in fiberglass and mechanical repairs in 2020. The fiberglass stringers and transom were completely replaced at this time. Mechanically the boat was gone through and any issues addressed. Invoices are available to show what works was recently done.

    https://www.donzimarine.com/

    • ID: TOTITY
    • Year: 1983
    • Builder: Donzi
    • Model: 2+3
    • Length: 22ft
    • Engine: Chevy 454, 400 hp
    • Trailer: None
    • Price: $25,000.00
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  1. Hey Mac . Congratulations.
    I would like more info on Chris craft if you get a chance .Also are there any Chris Craft boat shows coming soon

  2. I have a 22.6′ boat. What is your fees for Winter Boat Storage? What days does it cover? What additional fees are there (e.g. winterizing/summerizing)? Do you have availability for winter 2021-22? If not, the following year?

  3. Hello, My name is Michael Aberle and I have a 1962 Chris Craft Holiday 20ft. The boat is in good condition and I have some motor work done this last year, but I would like to see what the cost would be to have you complete the restoration. I have her in California now. Could we sort up a zoom or FaceTime call to review the boat and get an estimate.