https://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Screen-Shot-2015-12-17-at-11.41.12-AM.png 581 773 Matt http://www.woodyboater.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Woodyboater-Logo-White.svg Matt2015-12-20 06:30:222015-12-20 06:35:39Just In Time For Christmas! Hint Hint!
Just In Time For Christmas! Hint Hint!
We just noticed this amazing 22ft Gar Wood on Antique Boat Centers site, and what caught our eye was an amazing photo! So many times, to many magnificent boats are sold looking like crap! This is not the case. The owner did a fantastic job of capturing the glory of this amazing Gar Wood. LINK HERE
So if your thinking of selling your boat, or haven’t been able to sell it. Take a good hard look at great photography. And if you have a bad eye for that sort of stuff. Hire one. The small investment will pay off.
And if the shots are good enough, get you a day on Woody Boater! HA. Thanks to the gang at Antique Boat Center for doing what you do for the culture of classic boating! And giving you a great surprise gift for someone this holiday!
IF you are not prepared to store her for the winter I would bet dollars to donuts (that really doesn’t work any longer since a donut now costs a dollar) that ABC would be glad to deliver her to Dora for you in just 89days.
Call me cheap, that’s 80 K more than I would spend on a boat. But the pictures are great!
Thats a over 100K boat. So its actualy priced well. Not to mention would cost way north of that to restore one. The trailer is almost 9K alone. Cover 2K… You get the idea
It looks nice, but “boat” is somewhere near “vacuum” at the very bottom of my wife’s Christmas wish list. Like way down in the “you might get shot” section.
You need to be more considerate . Perhaps she would enjoy a Roomba.
And yes, your cheap! HA
well merry christmas, (can we say that at woodyboater?)
is the the pumkin party?
did the west system bottom cause the price to lower?
Certainly would save the hassle of getting a boat ready and trailering it to Tavares.
Ok Matt, what’s the boat you posted on Facebook today?
Actually I think the price is good! Because there is no hull number, the windshield is incorrect for 1932 and the instrument cluster wasn’t made until 1936.
If you’re in the market for something that cost less than $80,000 check out the listing on Antique Boat Center for Moxie my 1957 Chris Craft
26 ft Sports Express asking $39,000.
I can deliver to you by Christmas.
Looks like you have reduced the price on Moxie. She is a beauty and (IMHO) a real bargain.
Congrats on winning the photo contest on the Commander site. (I would post you pic here, but it might get taken down since I did not shoot it.)