“Full Moon” pictured above is a 1937 28′ Hutchinson Sedan runabout powered by a 1949 140hp Chrysler V8 engine owned by MCBC member Ray Saunders. Picture taken at the Manotick Classic Boat Club’s boat show at Rideau Ferry, Ontario on August 13th, 2016. Photo credit Graeme Hoatson Beattie.
“MOJO” is a 1958 16′ Century Resorter owned by Joe and Kathy Lepley of Annandale, Minnesota. The Lepleys enjoy living and boating on Lake Sylvia which is one of many beautiful lakes in the Annandale area. The Resorter was purchased as a “project boat” some years ago with the goal of completing the restoration in two years. Like many amateur restorations, the job took considerably longer. Although the boat was launched and successfully operated this summer, there’s a “punch list” of items to troubleshoot and fine tune before next year’s boating season! The restoration included replacing the original bottom, refinishing the entire boat and repowering with a later model V-8 engine with a Velvet Drive transmission. The name “Mojo” is from a popular blues song in the late 50’s recorded by musician Muddy Waters entitled “Got My Mojo Workin”. The picture was taken by family member near the end of Joe’s first cruise in Mojo. Note the big grin on the Skipper’s face!
1958 Higgins runabout owned by Kenneth Atz, member of the Long Island Chapter.
This boat is a 1958 Streblow Rebel 19’ (one of two built) with original 390 cu. in. Cadillac Crusader engine, owned by Eric & Kathy Moberg of the Blackhawk and Glacier Lakes Chapters. The pictures were taken during a weekend of boating on the Mississippi and St Croix Rivers near Prescott, Wisconsin over Labor Day weekend 2018.
1940 Hacker Craft Utility flip day. Year 3 of a complete restoration project. Photos by Phil Stegemann
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