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A very Rare 1958 Century Brochure

Today we have decided to start a new regular feature called “What’s In Your Drawers” Thanks to our first Drawer puller Seth Katz for sharing some of his goodies that are tucked away around Katz’s Marina. You know the kinda stuff we are talking about. You see it and think, oh that’s cool, and then put it away in a drawer and forget that you even have it. Today, we do have a bit of a theme though, since we are seeing a bunch of cool Century and Chris Craft Brochures. Blue Arabian and 1948 for WECATCHEM stuff.

Century Poster back

Phil will love this one. Two of his boats are on here

Century Brochure front

Blue Arabian goodness. UPDATE SOON!

Century Brochure top

Flipped to read

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More Century goodness

Century Brochure weenie cover

Lets go roast some Weenies

Century Weenie flipped

More Weenie brochure stuff.

There was also some other cool Century Brochure stuff

century brochure cover wood

The Cover for 1949

century price list

Century 1949 Price list

Century price list yellow

Inboard price list

century seamaid brochure

Brochure image for a Sea maid 19′

Century Boat brochure yellow

A simple 1,2,3 and the top is down. or up.. or down

Seth also found some fun Chris Craft stuff in drawers.

Chris craft 1948 ad

1948 was a great year to make a date

Chris craft back cover brochure

back of the 1948 Brochure

chris craft brochre 1956 cover

chris craft brochre 1956 cover

Chris craft brouchure Show 1

1957 Brochure

Chris craft cover silver arrow

1959

Chris craft rocket brochure

Sportsman and Runabout brochure

Also a cool Notice to dealers cards and engine tag.

Chris Craft notice card

Wow!

Let us know if you like this new regular feature and let us know what you have in your drawers.

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32 Responses to “A New Feature For Woody Boater. What’s in Your Drawers?”
  1. Troy in ANE

    With a lead in like “What’s in Your Drawers?” I don’t even dare to comment.

  2. Andy in Middletown

    Love it! I may not have a lot of real boats, but I got paperwork! Cant wait to show you my drawers!

  3. Matt

    if you have a lot of fun stuff you can send them to us for a next feature. Email is in the ABOUT section

  4. Andy in Middletown

    Something like this really should have been the header… jcrew no less!

  5. m-fine

    I was going to drop my drawers and take pictures of my junk for you, but my wife talked me out of it.

  6. Scott Stensland

    I have always loved the Century 1958 illustrated color brochure…Maybe because I own a 1958 Raven!

  7. Greg Lewandowski

    How about some original 1941 advertising. The big sedan is near and dear to my heart!

  8. Jack Schneiberg

    At my age – unfortunately – there’s not much in my drawers anymore. I do have some old catalogs on my shelves, however, and today’s post might prompt me to look at them again.

    I do have that header shot brochure in my collection. Neato!

    • David

      Is there a way to make the images clickable so they can be enlarged to read? Pretty neat images.

      Thanks!

  9. Matt

    if you right click on your mouse it says view image and they blow up. Sorry, for some reason it does this now on my stories, Texxs still do that. Texx’s stories is so perfect.. Damm him!

  10. C.Chase

    From the red tags to dealership I gained more knowledge than before about the break-in and storage than I knew before. I wonder if anyone else really read it.

  11. Mr. Andreas Jordahl Rhude

    I have loads of Thompson Boat stuff in my drawers….and I just turned my head and could see the old factory here in Peshtigo, WI

  12. floyd r turbo

    Great feature. Please disregards any stains you may see in my photo. It was probably something on my camera lense.

    • MikeM

      Thank you Floyd for removing them first.

      If the idea here is to submit pics of things we forgot we had how will we know we have them? I’m so confused.

  13. Al Benton

    Dang, Karen & I just cleaned our drawers of old Chris-Craft stuff and shipped it to the CCABC Archive in Dallas. Had I known, there were some cool pre-war Chris-Craft brochures in the boxes that would have been perfect for your theme. The only things left in the drawers now are old stained drawers that no one is interested in (except floyd r turbo).

  14. David

    If it’s from Katz’s it must be perfect as no one else ever gets a chance on this Web blog.

  15. Philip Andrew

    What a great post today. I love the 50’s Century brochures. The illustrations remind me of the paintings on aircraft kit sets when I was a kid.

  16. Frank Miklos

    Many century items including everything on this page except for the 2 1949 price lists. I have 1949 price list but mine is dated December 1 1948. Also many Chris Craft including a 1930 original 8 page pull out from a magazine… see cover below. I have never seen another for sale… And 2 model brochures from Century Boat Co 1928… The oldest literature I know of for Century…

  17. WoodyGal

    Wow! Great stuff in all of your drawers. Thanks for sharing…