And it's indoors!

And it’s indoors!

Thanks to fellow Woody Boater Eric Sandin from the BSLOL chapter of the ACBS. for send us in some nice photos of the land display at the Minneapolis boat show

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Some of the boats that made the event are our beloved 1926 Belle Isle Bearcat, 1966 Circraft, 1961 Aqua-Skimmer, 1950 Peterborough and Urban Boatbuilders youth group canoe & rowing skiff.
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19 degrees today, out of the deep freeze (for a few hours)!

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6 Responses to “Mean While In Minneapolis.. The BSLOL Displays At The Minneapolis Boat Show!”
  1. Alex

    That Hispano Suiza. Wow! Thanks Eric for sending in the photos.

    Boats ‘n warmth. Boats ‘n warmth. I gotta have me more boats ‘n warmth.

  2. Rabbit

    We are so fortunate to have Dave Bortner in our back yard, who always helps bring a spectacular boat to share. The Super Bearcat was a sight to behold. After drooling all over it, my son and I took a quick spin through the main hall with all the new, well, junk. There seems to be a race to see who can build the most expensive and gaudy pontoon boat. $114,000 anyone?

  3. Jon Fletscher

    that cool Hisso was built by John Allen of Allen’s marine engine in San jose ca.He specializes in unique marine engine restoration and aviation conversions for wood boats.great guy. Also does amazing restorations on Scripps 6 and v-12s.