The Three Hour Tour” is a 1984 Mohawk 27′ workboat with twin Johnson outboards.  Being built in 1984 puts her in the Late Classic age classification.  She is owned by Jim and Pam Peterson who are members of Rocky Mountain Classics and Heartland Classics.  This photo was taken by George Reaves on the 2017 Arkansas River Cruise just completed last week.  In the background is a 1949 Chris Craft Sportsman also on the cruise.


 

Hoodlum II belongs to David Hood who says, “This is my 1954 Chris Craft Holiday 20 with ML power.  In water pictures taken from my dock on Lake Wehapa in Leeds, AL.”


 

Mark Simons of the Tidewater Chapter sent these pictures of the 1928 Sir Alfred Milne 8 Metre.  She has been kept in Norfolk and just nearing complete restoration after a multiple year effort!


 

This 1955 Chris Craft 21′ Cobra powered by a Chrysler 331 Hemi is named Charmed CobraCharmed Cobra is owned by Jay and Michael Novick who are members of the Blackhawk Chapter.  The photo was taken by Joe Fleming during the 2017 pre-events of the ACBS International Boat Show.


 

Joe Fleming again had his camera ready as this 1956 Crestliner Voyager Convertible came by on the pre-event tour of the 2017 International Boat Show in Wisconsin.  The Crestliner is owned by Jim and Janet Ruwaldt.



Email a picture of your boat for the next Tuesday Tour of Vintage Boats.

  • email the picture to kathyparker@acbs.org
  • include the boat owner’s name
  • year, manufacturer, model of boat, and given name
  • tell home port or where picture was taken
  • give credit to the photographer if known

Be an active part of the fun of the Antique and Classic Boat Society community. Share your pictures and stories.

Past Tuesday Tours:

   Oct. 3, 2017,  Sept. 26, 2017,  Sept. 17, 2017,   Sept. 12, 2017Sept. 5, 2017

  August 29, 2017  August 22, 2017  August 15, 2017  August 8, 2017  August 1, 2017

  July 25, 2017   July 18, 2017  July 11, 2017   July 4, 2017   June 27, 2017    June 20, 2017    June 13, 2017

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