Classic Boats are perfect for Christmas Parades. “Wheaties” is filled with Christmas cheer in the Grove, Oklahoma Christmas Parade. “Wheaties” is a 1962 Century Sabre 18′ with a Gray Marine 8 cyl 280 hp engine. Trailered here, though, for the gathered crowd to cheer along the parade route. She is owned and shared by Chick and…Details
Over the past twenty to thirty years Lake Champlain has struggled to maintain clean water and institute programs that would aid in cleaning up the lake. As a matter of interest, we were wondering if any of the other chapters are involved with community and/or government efforts to clean-up and monitor the quality of water…Details
“Sassy” is Pennsylvania N.E. Harveys Lake Chapter’s 2016 Most Original winner. 2016 Most Original Award Presented to Scott and Susan Wimmer from Harveys Lake, Pa. “SASSY” is a 1947 Chris-Craft 17′ Deluxe Runabout 6 cyl 131 HP. Scott and Susan purchased “SASSY” from Put-In-Bay, Ohio about five years ago. They enjoy taking her out and…Details
“Riverdance” is Jim Grand’s c1910 Canadian Canoe Co. Canoe in the Historic class was awarded the Most Original Award by the Toronto Chapter. ACBS provides each of its chapters with a Most Original Award to be given at a chapter boat show to honor a boat that has been preserved over time, as nearly as…Details
“Sweet Jane” receives the 2016 Most Original Award from Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter.
“Sweet Jane” is a 1967 Century Arabian owned by Mike Matusick.
The ACBS Award was presented by Bill Reynolds, Chautauqua Lake Twin Tier Chapter President.
Beginning January 2017, Dan Gyoerkoe will be the Executive Director of ACBS. We are pleased to announce that the position of ACBS Executive Director has been filled. On Wednesday, November 30, 2016, Dan Gyoerkoe (pronounced “Jerico”) accepted our offer to become our new Executive Director. Dan will begin his career with us on Tuesday, January…Details
Payette Lakes’ Best Non-Wood Award went to “Love American Style!”. She is a 1972 21’ Campbell Day Cruiser owned by Jerry & Lori Frank. Jerry grew up with this boat. As a kid, it was my Uncle’s boat that my Dad loved dearly (both have passed). She is a red white and blue, hand laid, wooden…Details
Okanagan Chapter the Most Original Award to “Route 66”. “Route 66” is an 18’ Grew Cruiser runabout. She was built in Penetanguishene Ontario and was purchased by my Dad in April, 1966. The name is derived from that year. My Dad purchased her from Avenue Road Marine in Toronto, picked her up at the factory…Details
I am trying to find information on a Runabout with hull number N-862.
I understand this boat was built in the late 20’s but can’t find what the N stands for or owner history.
I hope you can point me in the right direction.
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“Jr.” won the most original trophy at The Dixieland Chapter’s 2016 Joe Wheeler Rendezvous. The boat is owned by 91 years old Norman Blackley and being dutifully maintained today by Anthony Davison. The boat is a 1927 Chris Craft, Model 300. It is 15′ 6″ long and powered by a 4 cylinder gasoline motor. The Model 300 was Chris…Details
“Miss Janet” is a very special one of a kind 1930 30′ Hacker Craft town-car limosine. Miss Janet, owned by Todd Warner, runs on a 678 cubic inch 225 HP Kermath Seawolf. She was delivered new to Rainy Lake, MN, as an island commuter. John T. Fitzgerald (as in John Fitzgerald Kennedy) wanted a suitable…Details
“007”, named because of its Gold Wing Top appearance, was one of Jim Grant’s favorite wood boats during his summers on Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho as a young boy. Two boats on the lake especially stuck in his memory during the 60’s, both Centuries, a Sabre and an Arabian. As an adult remembering those…Details