Race Antique Boats For Sale - 42 found
13 Feet George Luce Runabout
This runabout was originally built by notable builder and racer George Luce. It has the lines of a large DeSilva runabout with several modifications and improvements. The boat has been nicely restored and is ready to hit the water with minor rigging. Engine is a Mercury Mark 78 mounted on a Merc 700 tower with Speedmaster gearfoot. The motor also sports stacks with the correct filler block. The boat has a steering wheel and throttle but the engine has not yet been rigged or run since assembly. The boat and engine may be packaged with a trailer or launch cart as desired. Package deal also available for this boat and listing #30757.
Price: $8,500Boat ID: 30758
14 Feet 1992 Hoffman SST 45 Tunnel Hull Raceboat
Perfect SST45 rig for the hobbyist or someone looking to get into SST45 racing! This Hoffman hull was built in Norfolk, VA and is known to be a competitive design. Nice shape, recent cosmetics and rigging. Evinrude SST45 factory racing engine runs well. Enclosed cockpit and collapsible sponson tips.
Price: $6,900Boat ID: 36689
16 Feet 1961 Seaman Jersey Speed Skiff
This is an original wooden Jersey Speed Skiff built by "Pappy" Seaman of Long Branch, NJ. She has been beautifully restored to her former glory and is in excellent condition. Powered by a new 350 Chevy engine. Complete with trailer, "Snoopy" is ready to go!
Price: $15,000Boat ID: 36824
16 Feet 1953 Harold Seaman Speed Skiff
This is a 1953 and is one of two known examples of Inboard Speed Skiffs built by Harold "Pappy" Seaman, the man who originated the concept of a Jersey Speed Skiff. It presently has a 305 Chevy engine. BW Velvet Drive, Aluminum exhaust manifolds. All ribs have been replaced and the bottom two planks on both sides replaced. There is a full deck cover, and while the trailer looks pretty bad, it is in excellent shape and only needs a coat of paint.
Price: $18,900Boat ID: 31539
18 Feet 1949 Experimental Raceboat
This boat was designed and produced by the late inventor Phillip C. Christianson, the son of a Wisconsin lumber baron. Originally built with an Continental 125hp airplane engine and propeller it was like nothing else of its day. The boat hull has been preserved intact, short of the original engine/drive train. We are still gathering information on this one of a kind boat and will ad as we get it. The boat was featured in the 1948 Milwaukee boat show being pulled behind a new Buick.
Price: $7,500Boat ID: 36113
18 Feet 1935 Leaveau Hydroplane Reproduction "Ednandy III"
"Ednandy III" is a meticulous reproduction of the winning Leveau Hydroplane that appeared in the 225cid class during the mid 1930's. The original hull set world records of 46-49mph with its original 155hp Lycoming engine. Leveau was the chief designer of the Dodge Boat & Plane Co. between 1929 and 1935. Best known for his racing designs, Leveau was responsible for some of the most inconic Dodge watercraft. This reproduction is adequately powered with a Chevrolet V6 engine producing over 225hp.
Price: $35,000Boat ID: 37425
18 Feet Custom Gentleman's Racer
The ultimate in personal watercraft. New custom-built mahogany runabout in the style of the 1930s and 40s classic Gar Woods and Chris-Craft but with modern methods and a no-soak epoxy bottom. Designed and built by a well-known NJ boat builder and architectural woodworker with 40+ years of wood boat building and restoration experience. It has won 4 awards from the Barnegat chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society including the prestigious Best Built Custom Boat. Powered by a very low hour 2015 130 HP fresh water cooled 4 cylinder Mercruiser with a Borg Warner transmission. Comes with a brand-new Loadrite trailer.
Price: $39,000Boat ID: 38413
18 Feet Ron Jones S-Class Hydroplane
This is the famous Ron Jones "S" boat the "Gulf Special". Complete restoration in 2007 by John Jenkins. Has run on "Fantasy of Flight" & Dayton Test Day in 2009. Fresh Pinto engine built by Eddie Flora. A ready to go Vintage Racer with a great history. If you are looking for a turn-key inboard Hydroplane, this Jones hull will not disappoint. She has been restored to be a reliable, consistent runner.
Price: $34,900Boat ID: 28863
19 Feet 1971 Karlesen 280 Class Inboard Hydroplane
Awesome Karlesen inboard hydroplane! Completely rebuilt and campaigned on the vintage circuit for several years. Currently residing in a private collection and ready to get back out on the water! Powered by a reliable 305 Chevy small block engine, pushing nearly 300hp. Ramp launch trailer, so no need for a crane. NY State registered, equipped with muffler - but this can be removed. Nice package, ready to rock!
Price: $12,500Boat ID: 36687
20 Feet 2005 Custom Gentleman's Racer
Expertly built by Windsor Boats in 2005, this custom Gentleman's Racer is reminiscent of a 1930's design, but with a few refinements. She is powered by a modern 310hp Mercruiser engine, which is both powerful and reliable. All of the hardware is custom made to match the design of the boat. This boat is elegant and the fit and finish is unmatched. A piece of luxury and a treat to drive!
Price: $69,000Boat ID: 37466
20 Feet 2010 Custom Gentleman's Racer
This boat gives new meaning to the word stunning. Built in the traditional Muskoka style, reminiscent of its Greavette and Ditchburn counterparts. Handcrafted over a 7 year period, working nights and weekends. This 20 foot Racer is powered by a 350 cu. in. Mercruiser 350 hp Fuel Injected Black Scorpion engine. With many personalized upgrades and hardware castings that were first carved from wood, this boat is one of a kind and must be seen to be believed.
Price: $129,900Boat ID: 30551
20 Feet 1962 Ames Brothers Performance Ski Boat
The Ames Brothers were a pair of Port Carling cottage builders who, during the off season, built custom wooden boats. This example was built in 1962 and follows the lines of the popular Rayson Craft wooden ski boats. She was originally powered with a 426 cubic inch Chrysler wedge engine. She has been totally restored and sports a fresh finish and new upholstery. The boat has been repowered with a 496 cubic inch, blown Chevy engine. Give your friends a real thrill ride in this 74 HP racer!
Price: $55,000Boat ID: 35887
20'6 Feet 1999 Replica of Miss Conception
This is a replica of the 1913 Harmsworth Raceboat. Stepped hull design with a surfacing prop. Built with mahogany ply over mahogany frames. She has won 10 awards at antique boat shows since completion. Powered by a 175hp 4.3L Chevy that pushes the boat to 52mph. Seats 6. Comes with a custom built trailer.
Price: $45,000Boat ID: 29061
21 Feet 1957 Ames Brothers Gentleman's Racer "Comanche"
Albert Ames began his boatbuilding career working in a shop run by Herb Ditchburn during WWII. Following the war, he worked for Hunter Boats of Orillia, Ontario. In the 1950s, the Ames brothers built a handful of custom boats ranging from 18 to 28 feet in length. Their designs drew similarities from several of the regional builders, with a flare of their own. They would typically complete one boat per winter in their small, Orillia, Ontario shop. This stunning gentleman's racer features full mahogany construction, Muskoka "egg crate" ventilated flooring, a sleek low sheerline, and a powerful dual-quad Chrysler 413cid wedge engine hooked up to a foot throttle. This racer is an absolute thrill!
Price: $150,000Boat ID: 37421
21 Feet 1989 Hacker Craft Gentleman's Racer
A beautiful John Hacker design, constructed by Hacker Craft in 1989. This Gentleman's Racer gives you the "Gold Cup" experience in a 21 foot model. Powered by a small block Crusader engine, she can reach speeds up to 50mph. Hold on to your hat! Take a look inside - this boat is just as clean in the bilge as it is on the exterior. This racer is a treat to drive and she looks exquisite on the water.
Price: $40,000Boat ID: 37470
22 Feet 2012 Gentleman's Racer
The hull is U22 design, double epoxy marine ply bottom with 11" white oak knees.Side planks are 5200 construction with batons. All deck beams are thru bolted and epoxy with 3/8" bookmatched mahogany planking.T his vessel is complimented by her custom made steering wheel, shifter, deck scoops, cutwater, and hatch chrome. All cleats and deck hardware rechromed. Retro white with chrome bezel gauges. Custom 12.5 x 13V Acme prop. HF7 1-1 Paragon hydraulic transmission. Decks have been beautifully finished in durable 2K Urethane, hull painted in "Plum Crazy" purple with a sharp green waterline. Engine features a 600 CFM Holley carb and a Wiend 8016 Stealth aluminum high rise intake.
Price: $45,000Boat ID: 31092
22 Feet 1965 Custom Carlson Raceboat
Own a piece of racing history. This Carlson was originally campaigned by Mickey Thompson in the late 1960's. Raced with twin engines for marathon racing as #94. Converted to single engine in 1969 and used as a custom ski boat. Currently has a 1957 392ci Hemi. Comes with race photos, marine catalog, letter of authenticity from Art Carlson. Art designed and built the boat for Mickey. Looks good and runs great!
Price: $35,000Boat ID: 30805
25 Feet 1914 Hacker Design Race Boat
Naomi is a 1915 Hacker/Shoemaker gentleman's racer. Reported to be a John Hacker design and built by her original owner, Mr. Shoemaker, at Essex Shipyard on Lake Champlain, Naomi was used for racing, pleasure and smuggling from 1915 through World War II. There are records of her racing at Burlington, VT in 1916. The hull design foreshadows the famous John Hacker Miss APBA design of 1922. Naomi retains her original 1914 Van Blerck T-Head, 575 c.i. racing engine delivering 1400 RPM driving her at 32 MPH. Her original hardware and Hyde 18 X 28 propeller are still with the boat. Naomi has not been run since World War II and is in need of a total restoration. This is a rare opportunity to own a significant, early gentleman's racer with a known history.
Price: $29,900Boat ID: 38415
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