screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-3-07-16-pmAs you all may know I have a weakness for pink boats. Not sure why though. Maybe its that its my dream that somehow the boatress will fall in love with how cute it is and enjoy my nutty passion. Now the chances of that are..well..0, Zero, Nada, Nix, and in the case of a Lake’n Sink. N’othing.

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Its all there, are you all there? You know what they say, If you’re not all there, you’re not here? Or is it, if you’re not all here, you’re?? Oh forget it. Its pink!

So, that can’t stop me from looking at them and maybe dreaming. Now this little sucker has not much time left on here. Like by 2 ish today she is gone. Or not. It was listed a while back and relisted, and a bit high in price for what you will need to do. But if you want a pink one and one that’s not been left for nature to enjoy. Here is your chance! YOU CAN SEE THE EBAY LISTING HERE

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9 Responses to “Pink Lake’n Sea On E’nBay – Not Much Time, Listing Ends Today”
  1. Troy in ANE

    I have to give the seller credit for a very good listing. Lots of good clear pictures of the good, the bad, and the ugly. A little hype, but not too much. He even seems to know the hobby pretty well, but at the end of it all I am not looking for a Lake and Sea, so I hope someone is.

  2. John Rothert

    as to that particular boat: YUK.
    But I need to commend Matt for posting these Ebay boats….I don’t have time to scan the whole site so the fact that he post the ones we are most likely to show interest in….is a good deal.

    see you in Reedville this weekend!

    John in Va

  3. Dennis J Mykols

    I just sold my 1959 Parsons Lake N Sea For $7,500.00. But mine was restored to top show quality, and now I miss it little boat. Buy them right, restore them for less than $5K, enjoy them for a couple of years, then resell them to someone who wants a turn key package. REPEAT the process, all with a small amount of cash needed to play. That’s the fun of the FiberClassic hobby.

  4. Dennis J Mykols

    For two grand or less this seems to be a great candidate to save. Tune up the motor, buff out the boat and windshield, repair some nicks, restore trailer, new seats, repaint the steering wheel, and your on your way to your first Classic Boat show, with less than $5,000.00 invested.

  5. Andy in Middletown

    I has seriously considered going after this one… but I just can’t stand the non-parsins chunky transom… thus hull style needs the resin louvers to complete the lines… I and a Lake N Sea fan, currently have a 1960 Carribean current apart for a new transom.

  6. Bob Menzel

    Back in 1958 Dad brought home this brand new Trojan Sea Queen 15′ “plywood” outboard with Evinrude 35 hp, on TeeNee trailer. Hard to tell in this photo but the hull sides were light pastel pink with upper light blue trim. I have never seen another one like this. I know pink was my Mom’s favorite color so I guess she had a say choosing this boat.