A Very nice patina Model. CLICK HERE.

A Very nice patina Model. CLICK HERE.

In my never ending stalking of ebay, we came across these little tidbits and oddities today. A cool time capsule Bayliner, a very nice old patina model, Teen Nee trailer, and a babe cushion. Everyone needs a babe cushion! Here is your chance.

More patina model

More patina model

 

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And now a very cool Bayliner. Or lets just call it the Ebayliner!

Nice lines,looks like it was cleaned up for the listing so I would think you might be buffing for a while

Nice lines,looks like it was cleaned up for the listing so I would think you might be buffing for a while

Here is the listing! HERE

Here is the listing! HERE

And now a cool Tee Nee Trailer. Very good base for a restoration or preservation to use under your little speed racer. Could be a fun winter project, then show up to Lake Dora and win it all!-ish!

Here ya go. Tee Nee magic!

Here ya go. Tee Nee magic! HERE IS THE LISTING

 

And of course everyone needs a babe cushion.. Is this in perfect condition? But in the cushion world this is a must have for the collection and a great conversation piece.

 

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10 Responses to “Bayliner, Tee Nee Trailer, And Other Stuff Of Note On Ebay Today!”
  1. m-fine

    If the Teen Nee trailer is the Tee Nee model that acts out and talks back, NO THANKS!

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  2. Jack Schneiberg

    Seriously, Matt…….you raise a few bucks on the sight and then go shopping on eBay? LOL!

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  3. Al Benton

    I restored a Tee Nee Trailer a few years ago to use for hauling a small ’56 model fiberglass 13′ Lido Club. They were a perfect match.

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  4. Captain Nemo

    The Bayliner sure looks like it was someone’s pride and joy at one time. I don’t know if the quality of a Bayliner was better in ’76 than today’s paper thin construction. They are called Bayliners because you should’nt take one out on the lake.

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    • m-fine

      I thought they were called Bayliners because once you hit a floating twig, it will be lining the bottom of the bay.

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  5. Tim Robinson

    I have a friend here in the Pacific North West that carries a aerosol can on his boat that is labeled Bayliner repellent. When he spots one close to his classic cruiser he leans out the window and sprays.

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  6. m-fine

    We are having one of those drizzly overcast days that Alex thinks is best for photographing the grain and interior of wooden boats. I would prefer sun.

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  7. matt

    Thanks Alex, I took the pic at Lake Dora in March right before we all went out to shoot patina Queen.. Or is it Queen patena? It was one of thos moments..

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