Classic Fibreglass Antique Boats For Sale - 100 found
11.5 Feet 1961 Leavens Bros Outboard
The owner has owned both the boat and the motor since new. leavens Brothers in Toronto stopped manufacturing this model and this was the last one in stock. This is a unique craft with a small deck, wood trim, seats, and backrests. All wodd recently replaced and looks like new. The fiberglass has some craze but no cracks or leaks. This is a great little boat and almost unsinkable. the motor still runs great. it was gthe onl;y motor in it's day to use 50/1 oil. having more horsepower than it calls for this boat will plane nicely even with a full load.
Price: $2,000Boat ID: 26450
12 Feet 1985 Sea Racer O/B Runabout
12 foot Sea Racer completely restored Livorsi gauges red with chrome bezzles JL audio stereo all white paint put what ever graffics you want 2010 Mercury 4 stroke engine This boat went through a complete restoration. Fun boat to get on the water and play with.
Price: $7,500Boat ID: 38121
14 Feet 1956 Firberglass Outboard Runabout
Built 1956 and used until 1965. She was stored from 1966 until 1976. It was used for a few years in the late 1970's but has mainly been kept in storage. The decks are in need of a bit of work but the boat is in overall decent condition. This is a pretty early glass boat, not sure of the builder.
Price: $895Boat ID: 29492
14 Feet 1968 Alpex / Alumacraft Alora
It is a 1968, 14 foot Alpex Alora (by Alumacraft). She is completely original including the 33hp Evinrude, Ski Twin. I found her in a barn in North Dakota, where she had been sitting for nearly 25 years. I have the original convertible top as well, but it is the only thing the mice seemed to like... I did paint and update the trailer, but it is the original trailer.
Price: $7,500Boat ID: 31208
14 Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer Outboard
Another early fiberglass model of the stylish Larson Falls Flyer. Built in Little Falls, MN - the "Falls Flyer" name paid tribute to Little Falls native, and aviation hero, Charles Lindberg. Larson built the wooden Falls Flyer for a number of years leading up to WWII, and began to produce fiberglass models around 1954. This example has been nicely restored and features a 40hp 4-stroke Mercury with electronic fuel injection.
Price: $21,900Boat ID: 37454
14 Feet 1957 Sea Fury Runabout
Cool little boat. Previous owner used it on the Mississippi. Runs good but only will shift into reverse. I had the boat tuned up a month ago, new plugs, new water pump, everything cleaned up. After the service the boat won't shift into forward, just reverse. Most likely some sort of linkage issue. I haven't had a chance to take it in again but was told that it wasn't anything major. Upholstery and carpet aren't original but they're in nice shape. Has a CD player and 2 speakers. Comes with small trailer. Has working bilge pump and rear "tail lights" on the fins.
Price: $5,900Boat ID: 37620
14' Feet 1957 Flare Fiberglass Runabout
This vintage '57 Flare fiberglass hull was rescued from a trip to the salvage yard and restored to its' former classic glory with new custom pearl paint, upholstery and vintage hardware, rebuilt steering system, new reconditioned Simplex shift/throttle controls, reconditioned wiring and ignition and rebuilt transom. The '57 Lark was a typical barn find- covered in spider web and mud wasp dirt, but has been completely restored and given a unique custom paint job. Electric start and runs excellent. '56 Johnson 6 gal. Gas tank also rebuilt and painted.
Price: $4,500Boat ID: 37642
14' 7" Feet 1956 Larson Falls Flyer
Bought this boat about 14 years ago. Just the typical fiberglass shell from that era. Needed everything but the fiberglass was pretty solid. Added/fixed everything else you see over 10 years ago. It is not a "museum" quality boat as I use it during the summers in a lake here in Minnesota. (but it still looks good) It's been in storage for the last 3 years. No issues with the motor. You can see by the pictures I don't have a light on the top of the bow. Had one didn't like it so I sold it! oops! The fiberglass between the seats is solid but has a slight concave to it. You can't really see it in the pictures and it wasn't enough that I wanted to change it before paint. Motor was repainted and tuned up many years ago. Found a brand new "in the box" faceplate for the motor from 1956.
Price: $16,000Boat ID: 38416
15 Feet 1959 Glastron Redfish
Beautifully restored and very rare. This Redfish Outboard fiberglass boat has a 70 HP motor with only a handful of hours of use. Always stored indoors and in really nice shape. A one Family boat since new in 1959 and carefully cared for since new.
Price: $11,000Boat ID: 37162
15 Feet 1961 Custom Craft
A true time capsule. a barn find several years ago and never seen the sun for more than a couple hours. Original gel coat looks like new. No scrapes, checks or scratches. A few small marks on the upholstery is the only blemish on this boat. Was in the water 2016-17 and runs great. featues an upgraded steering system for easier handling. Must see this boat.
Price: $10,000Boat ID: 38451
15' Feet 1971 Chrysler Charger 151
This classic 1971 Chrysler, Charger 151 was stripped naked to the bare hull and Chrysler’s polyurethane “foam-pack” and re-powered during refit with state of the art technology and craftsmanship. It was rescued from the shipyards of Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, Florida in 2012 where it was donated by its original owner. It glides over a bow-to-stern cushion of air and water. Planing fast and easily like a high-powered racing boat. Satellite radio and storage aplenty.
Price: $89,000Boat ID: 38230
16 Feet 1964 Sea Ray Outboard
This boat was donated to our non profit charity by a very generous donor. This boat has been sitting in storage for a few years. Hull is in good shape, All chrome accessories are in tact with some oxidation/pitting on them. Floor has a soft spot in rear of the boat but is all in tact. Unsure of the year/HP rating of the Johnson O/B or if its runs. Comes with Single axle Trailer.
Price: $3,000Boat ID: 38352
16 Feet 1972 Chris Craft Gull Wing Sea Sport
I Bought this boat early this summer of a local guy who said the starter was bad, I took it to the farm and we started working on it right way. We came to find out that the OMC outboard was the real cause of our issue, and soon began dismantling only to find the lower bearings were completely shot. We found the replacement Berings and had them pressed. But found another outboard and ended up putting it on the boat. The boat is all original and very nice.
Price: $5,000Boat ID: 38386
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