Just one more magnificent restoration from fellow Woody Boaters Molly and Don at McCall Boat Works. We get to see one of the most fun parts of the process. Leafing and lettering. What font does o… Read more
One of the cool things about this type of publication is that we can report in real time. So in a sense, if you are reading this, you are sharing in the discovery of hidden treasures as it is happeni… Read more
I had started to do some preliminary research on these boats as soon as my interest had been kindled. The boat was shipped on May 28, 1948 and the original owner was J. Dee Gardner of J. Dee Gardner … Read more
Fellow Woody Boater Paul Harrison and roving Reporter Texx share this cool story. In what now looks like the beginning of Barn Find week here at WoodyBoater…..
I first saw the boat on Woo… Read more
Meet Rat Rod. One mean mahogany machine. Mark McIssac of McIssac Boats added a twist on his 1936 U21. Thew caution to the wind and had some fun with his restoration. This is what it’s all ab… Read more
This is not a circus act or comedy team. It is though two fun restoration projects that without doubt must have a colorful history. Or at least you can make a good one up! Thanks to our fellow woody … Read more