1940 – 24’ 6” GarWood Deluxe Utility Single Engine

1940 – 24’ 6” GarWood Deluxe Utility Single Engine + This boat is one of two known to exist from 1940, the other boat is in California with the less desirable twin engine configuration. Only 4 hulls were built this year. This boat has spent all of its years residing in two
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1957 22′ Chris Craft Sea Skiff

Restored and professionally maintained since 2009 Model K engine reworked 2010 in excellent running condition Top side and transom varnished and bottom painted in 2013 Newer seat cushions, Ivalight, bimini top with side curtains, newer full mooring cover, waterline cover, dual
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Wanted: Garwood or Sea Lyon Consolidated instrument panel

Wanted Garwood or Sea Lyon Consolidated instrument panel. Contact John: johnptrmn@gmail.com  (NH) Phone number: Seven 7 four – two 79 – nine 5 six 2.
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1928 22′ Chris Craft Triple

Ford V-8 Excellent unrestored boat in solid condition. Tandem axle trailer V-8 Excellent unrestored boat Trailer May take cockpit runabout with KB or KBL as part trade.   $15,900 May take cockpit runabout with KB or KBL as part trade. Contact John: johnptrmn@gmail.com  (NH) Phone
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1956 19′ Chris Craft Capri

Nice upholstery including alligator dash Hercules Engine Varnished Trailer $5,500 May take Garwood Consolidated Instrument Panel as part trade. Contact John: johnptrmn@gmail.com  (NH) Phone number: Seven 7 four – two 79 – nine 5 six 2.
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2104 Annual Vintage Car & Boat Rendezvous

Calling all wood boat owners and antique car owners NEW this year, we are omitting the registration fee to encourage more participation. Registration is FREE. We invite you to bring your boat and/or car to the Wolfeboro town docks Saturday September 27th, between 8am and 9am for
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President’s Message – Spring 2014

We are well on our way with the planning process on all our major events. The first on our list is the Annual Meeting on June 21, (note date change) more information and registration form is on page 9 in the Cutwater and on the Website—www. necacbs.org. Please note: There will
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