Thats right, right here, A short film on the amazing Gar Wood that is to be auctioned off at next weeks Mecum Auction in Florida. Fellow Woody Boater Scott Ales is on screen talking about the history of this amazing craft. You can see the film here, if that’s not enough, you can see it on the Mecum site here.  then Google it for more stuff, and then.. Go see it live in person.. Sniff the wood.. touch the chrome.. And if your serial boat addiction takes you to that dark final step. BUY IT! Take it home in your van rolled up in orange shag carpet and eat the saw dust as you sand it and varnish, sand and varnish..mixed with some fava beans.. Ohhhhhhhh, yeah, then rub 5200 all over your body and become one with it.. ohhhhhhhhhh,  that’s the ticket.. What? To far?

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10 Responses to “Miss America VIII Short Film – Rated IIX”
  1. RiverRat

    Hummmm… a million dollars for one boat or a million dollars for a whole marina full of boat related gear?????
    No problem. I don’t have a million dollars. Looking is free. Thanks for the peek.

  2. matt

    Get both. have the cool marina and when you come around in the workshop is miss America VIII BAM, you own a museum at this point.

  3. m-fine

    Why spend $1m on a single nice boat when you could by a couple hundred Century Arabians AND and Chris Craft Geraldo Rivera?

  4. Rick

    In PA somewhere near the Poconos years ago I went to a shooting range that had all sorts of guns to try, from Magnum’s to Tech 4’s. It would be a king of WoodyDisneyLand to have that oportunity with boats. Well Maybe Miss America IIIV is a little expensive to let people use but build a company around it on the old marina site. At least a good excuse to tell your spouse when you purchase the next woody. Hey honey I’m starting a buisiness.

  5. matt

    If i had two million to drop on a marina and Miss America, she would not be complaining. HA..