Archive for July, 2009

Riddle Boatworks. Cold Mold Your Woody.

It all started as a new bottom on a clients Chris Craft. Now you can have an entire reproduction done with a cold molded bottom. Dang! Click here to read more…. Woohooo, I got a cold molded bottom… Wait,

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Garwood Poster On Ebay. Is Half The Enjoyment Knowing It's Real?

In the never ending quest for art for this hobby, this has popped up. Is it real, an ad that is being claimed as a poster. The only way to tell.. is to buy it. Enjoy. Click here.…

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Live-ish From The McHenry, IL Antique & Classic Boat Show

Thanks to Jim Staib of Fine Wood Boats and his trusty camera we can enjoy the The Blackhawk ACBS… boat show. What makes this show special, is that it almost did not happen. The original location burned down and show

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15 Days til Clayton! But If You Can't Wait…There's The Blackhawk Show, or A Taste of Tahoe… Or…

Ahhhhh, only 15 days left until I am in Woody Boat heaven…Sitting in front of a ton .. tons of classic boats and in a setting that the dream all complete. The anticipation is almost the most fun part. But

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Cole Franchini, Woody Boater Of The Month.

No this not a photo of some 90 year old geezer as a kid. It’s a real kid. Master Cole Franchini, a true WoodyBoater. This is Cole in his 1960 Skeeto made by a company called Moldcraft from Wisconsin. Cole

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Boats At The Barns. Kalamazooooohooo! Classic Cars And Boats In The Same Show.

Thanks to the Kalamazoo Antique Auto Restorers Club and the Gilmore Car Museum… we can now see very cool classic boats being towed around by very cool classic cars that match up. We see this in small spurts at all

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Live-ish From Essex Connecticut. Woohooo I Spelled Connecticut Right!

Thanks to John and Kim Kadimik we can enjoy this weekends show in Essex Connecticut, OK we can just enjoy the photo’s, not the laughs or food, or smell of fresh air… or better yet, the smell of to rich

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Live…ish From Sandpoint, Idaho – The Land of Huckleberries

Thanks to our Woody Boater reporter Texx we can now enjoy the big show….
Sanpoint, Idaho-July 2009…

The 7th Annual Sandpoint Wooden Boat Show sponsored by the Inland Empire Chapter ACBS was once again a great success. Many thanks to

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Woody Boater
Stylish thing to do

Speedboat Outlaws in stock, in your size and in style!

Woody Boater Store Is Open, New Stuff In Stock.

This years 2014 summer look, is now available to the throngs of fashionistas. Thats right, now you can wear, were, where the latest in...

Destination
of the Month

You can take a ride in Clayton out into the Thousand Island area. A MUST SEE!

From Clayton To Tahoe, It’s Big Boat Show Season In Merica!

From this weeks big Clayton show celebrating 50 years of boat showness to the big Tahoe show on August 8th and 9th. Antique and...

Woody Boaters
of the Month

Jim, please don't take this wrong.. But your grandmother is HOT!

My Grandparents Steelcraft – by Jim Hilton

Fellow Woody Boater Jim Hilton sent us in this nice story of his grandparents Steelcraft the other day, in the email he said he...

Woody Boat
of the Month

Troy doing the Titanic thing.. OK, I put in a Watson sunset.

She Floats! Troy Finaly Goes Woody Boating In American Beauty.

Well, it happened. Our very own fellow Woody Boater Troy got his labor of love, American Beauty in the water after some years of...

Woody Boater
Very Good Thing to
do of the Month

Tommy talking to a class at the great Lakes Boat Building School

Tommy Mertaugh Memorial Scholarship Fund At The Great Lakes Boat Building School.

Late yesterday we received this note from The Great Lakes Boat Building School and E. James Mertaugh family regarding a new scholarship in the...

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