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  1. Super88
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    I ran this by Ryan and he said if the boats were cool, he was OK with the OT subject.
    Last weekend the Antique & Classic Boat Society held a show at the Abbey Resort in Fontana, WI on Lake Geneva. Unfortunately shortly after I got there it started raining and a lot of the owners were pulling their boats out or covering them up, but I managed to get a few photos in.
     

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  2. Super88
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    There were also some great looking restored outboard motors on display.
     

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  3. Super88
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    This super clean Chrysler was spotted on the way back to my truck.
     

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  4. 56 Royal Lancer
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    That round boat is nuts - never seen anything like that!
    There was a boat show at Buckeye Lake back in August, here's few pics.
    33' Hackercraft$$
     

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  5. 56 Royal Lancer
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    1936 Chris Craft 16', this thing sounded great. Belongs to a 85 y.o. friend of mine.
     

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  6. 56 Royal Lancer
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    Spied this for sale up the road for $1300. Seemed like a deal but I can't handle any more projects right now.
     

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  7. MotorCityDeuce
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    That Miss Belle Isle is too cool! Can anybody tell me who manufactured it? Hackercraft?
     
  8. jipp
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    i love old wood boats, they are works of arts just like our hot rods. couple of them boats you could put them on a chassis and you be looking damn good even out of the water. heh. im probably gonna build my own body from a cowl of unknown year ( not found one yet ) and been looking at these old wood boats for ideas of what woods to use for the body.. ( i relay like red ceder and white ceder accent strips.. think chitty chitty bang bang body for wood combo.. looks damn good i think )rock on.
    chris.

    that round boat is a trip, never seen one either.. would be fun to take it for a spin on the local lake.. im sure all the women would swoon for a ride? heh.
    chris.
     
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  9. ruralrod
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    I happened to be in Tahoe when the Concours D Elegance boat show was happening this summer. INSANE!!!! So inspiring. The craftsmanship was mind blowing.
     
  10. Super88
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    The card on the round boat stated it was a 1966 Cir Craft, 7 foot length, 40 horse Mercury. Looks like it would be a wild ride to me.
     
  11. BAD PENNY
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    from mass

    Really cool stuff. Love that batmobile like boat in pic 5. Just a couple of shots of my bosses boat...I think it's for sale too !!!
    nh boat ride 014.jpg

    nh boat ride 016.jpg
     
  12. Whats the info on this boat? Dual cowl screens, fins...damn ,thats a swoopy looking rig
     

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  13. 56 Royal Lancer
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    I'm no expert but I think that is a Garwood.
     
  14. jcs64
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    Why?
    Were they afraid they would get wet?

    jeff
     

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