https://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Chads-21-8.jpg 930 1240 Matt http://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Woodyboater-Logo-White.svg Matt2014-07-22 06:30:362014-07-22 10:02:09Chad Goes Hunter S. Thompson On Us On Torch Lake! Post Your Art Today!
Chad Goes Hunter S. Thompson On Us On Torch Lake! Post Your Art Today!
Thanks to fellow Woody Boater Chad for sharing with us his cool pictures from this past weekend on Torch Lake Michigan at the Cruising For The Cure event. Clearly Chad, Matt B and the gang from Wooden Runabout Co. were channeling some sort of 60’s vibe in a wicked Gull Winged 1961 21 Chris Craft Continental. This boat is insane cool, or is it just insane? Either way the pictures are fantastic.
Share your art like photos or drawings your kids did today on Art Tuesday! Not to be confused with Tuesday Weld.. Which would make a fun Tuesday Weld Wednesday? Not to be confused with Wednesday Addams. OK I think I am done now. Post your art today!
I always liked the non-hardtop continentals, especially the 1961’s with the green white and gold interiors. The gullwing top sure looks cool though.
Here is a shot from Tavares. This is about as artistic as I get.
Chrome, reflecting me taking the photo and the 2014 Lake Hopatcong show.
Chad is going Gonzo? Hope he’s not shooting at his file cabinet!
We had one of these in our club, all I could do was stand and drool over the classy interior.
The Elvis shades were the brilliant idea of Mike & Kirk, playing on the circular hole motif. The gold anodized, cast aluminum support just might be the most outrageous piece of CC hardware out there.
“Might be” is the operative phrase.
Is this a challenge?
Are you listening Mr. Man Behind The Curtain?
Miss Lisa’s port. Photo by Heidi Sung
Anchored. Another cool shot by Heidi
Great boats & photos! Particularly like those chrome reflection shots. Mid-century bowlights were definitely art.
it was fun running with these guys on the Friday morning Poker Run, but my Lyman and I were running at a little slower pace that day . But I caught up to them at each poker stop. These guys love to burn fuel!!! Only one speed, “balls out”…
per Ricky Bobby:
“If you ain’t first ur last”
I am with Susan….GONZO for SURE!!! nice story.
John in Va.
“ITCHIN” 1953 CC — still in my heart!
One more, I call it “Reflection”
Where do you guys buy the small life rings, we only have the very large one in New Zealand. Interested in a supplier details.
In a continuation of the port hole theme (love the Elvis sunglasses/hardtop ‘b’ pillar link) my submission:
My Boatress (Deb) gold leafing and engine turning “Cat’s Meow”, or 1948 33ft Cris Craft Deluxe Enclosed Cruiser
Lapstrake Love inside out
Decadent and depraved, matt & chad. ….Where ‘s my shot gun, I,ll put some buck shot in that gull and wing it so it could only fly south. I,d follow it and let it find some good times in the Keys whence I,d get a shrimp boat and spike some sponges until the sun comes down and go after it again when the haze burned off and the captain awaken from the booze and drug craze that took him down three days hence. Chris said it all “when the Going gets weird, the weird turn pro “. Party on Garth !
Clearly the coolest boat in the history of the world…..ever…..
Chad, Here is one of your Sister Ships. Your Gull Wing is Absolutely Beautiful! Looks like you had a Great Time! Mine is All Original, and hopefully just as Spiffy one day.
I have yet to get her on the water. I think she is the Coolest Boat Built in my lifetime! I feel so lucky to be an owner.
Bradley, the boat is not mine… although I was lucky enough to sit behind the wheel and pretend. The restorers were showing off their handy work last weekend at a boat show and they took me for a spin. The owners are Chris and Laura Maloney from Gull Lake, MI.
Your boat looks fantastic! You are lucky indeed.
From what I see, the restorers did a Fine Job!! At least you got a Ride and a Good Time!! It takes a lot of penny savin’ to get one professionally restored.
Yours looks to be an awesome, well preserved candidate. I was amazed the number of little “bits & pieces” on that boat. An insane amount of trim detail to deal with.