Not a silver arrow, more like a silver dart ish thing

Not a silver arrow, more like a silver dart ish thing

While doing the usual ebay stalking we came across this strangeness. Now it is cool in a sorta Silver Arrow meets a blender kinda way. ya gotta hand it to the person that said..”Hey, lets try a small electric Silver Arrow” Cause those silver arrows are hot sellers.

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A real Silver Arrow as reference

A real Silver Arrow as reference. If you want to see more silver arrows . We have featured them before. Just click HERE

Now, this would be a very very cool classic cruiser dingy thing. It would look very cool hanging on top of your cruiser. Or a simple boat for the little kids on the pond or creek. It sure kicks the aft out of a little inflatable or small dingy thing. If you want more info and possibly purchase one. Guess what? Its on ebay right here. And there is a red one as well. .

Its a red arrow, dart-ish thing

Its a red arrow, dart-ish thing

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13 Responses to “It’s Cool, It’s Strange, and Yet Very Familier.”
  1. Troy

    REALLY ?

    12K buy it now with no trailer or motor.

    Heck you could buy the Cruiser for that money.

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    • mike k

      troy you are wrong, “here we have an excellent value” it says so right on the first line of the description. its ebay, gotta be true.

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  2. Chad

    Little known fact: This boat was previously owned by Juan Epstein, from Welcome Back Kotter.

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  3. Rick

    I guess you could make it radio controlled and use it to ferry beer out to you on the hook. For 12K? Nah.

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  4. Paul H.

    So, you get a 13′ fiberglass hull for your $12k – well I case I shouldn’t sneer; it does include the “bildge” pump.

    The engine and trailer are optional? Despite the learned seller’s informing us of the fact it is present, I do not see any Gar Wood styling influences here. I will give you the Silver Arrow though. It is ceaselessly amazing to see just what some people think “stuff” is worth. The overwhelming success of Edison Marine in lefty Portland, OR has already demonstrated the depth of the market for electrically powered classic repro recreational boats. I guess this guy is out to provide a further example of the non-existance of it.

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  5. Randy

    I don’t know, but I kind of like it. I’m torn between which color though. It would look nice with a Merc MK55 clamped to the transom.

    I’ve never been attracted to, or owned, a ‘practical’ boat so this one should fit right in with my collection!

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