I wonder if this guy stopped at Dunkin Donuts for a box of Munchkins and just decided on the spot to sell his 1988 Donzi Testarossa Minx.
This 1956 Larson Falls Flyer is one of the coolest and most unique boats we’ve ever featured. The narrow hull, double cockpits, rear steering, swept stern that wraps around the transom – this Larson Falls Flyer is straight out of a 1950s comic book.
This 1974 Hondo T-Deck Runner Bottom has an award-winning Von Dutch paint job and enough motor for a boat 6 times its size.
This fully restored 1959 Chris Craft Ski Boat will do a lot more than win you a ribbon in your local boat show. Bring back the classic resort era of the 1950s with this 1955 Thompson Sea Coaster runabout. This 1955 Thompson Sea Coaster is in beautiful condition and it’s ready for the water.
That’s a pretty simple instrument panel, but electric start was a pretty cool feature when this Thompson Sea Coaster was built. I sure would like to see Daisy slide off those Dukes and get a little sun in this 1997 Challenger. This 1972 Correct Craft  Mustang is a total restoration project, but if you’re into ski boats, this Mustang would be a damn cool boat to restore. This 1972 Holman Moody-equipped Correct Craft Mustang is in need of a full restoration, but please keep the original color. A large swath of Honduras was reportedly cut over to provide enough mahogany for the impressive 25-foot hull on this 1935 Garwood. Perhaps the builders of the day used templates or jigs only, a sure sign of their craftsmanship but a potential disaster for future enthusiasts. The frames can be CNC cut from the DXF files supplied, Bullet is such a low riding speedboat, ring frames are a great way to go.
This iconic racing boat was originally designed by George Crouch in 1924 and went on to win the 1924 and 1925 APBA Gold Cup. It has been said that the 16 foot Gar Wood speedster is, pound for pound, the most valuable classic production speed boat in the world.

There are some 15 frames, 2 keels, twin hatch assembly, vertical cleats, gas tank fixing, drivers bench seat, breast hook, front and rear stems with knees etc.
And then he was so swept up in the decision he ran out into the parking lot and started snapping photos right next to the drive-thru. The flamboyant Von Dutch paint job has apparently won awards, but I’ve never trusted the Von Dutch. Sure, those punk wake boarders and surfers think they own the lake, riding in the wake of their giant Moombas and Malibus, but you’ll outclass all of them when you grab a rope and hitch a ride behind this mahogany dream. Thompson was the largest builder outboard boats in the world at one point, and this 16-foot mahogany runabout is a great example of the company’s Wisconsin-built boats. This 1977 Challenger is painted that familiar orange and carries a big 01 on the side, but the name has been shortened and the Confederate Flag has been left in the past, so you can drive it without fear of protests at the boat landing.
Luckily the stroked out 454 Chevy in this 1977 Challenger is plenty fast enough to stay ahead of the law.
The 17-footer has its original Ford Holman Moody 302 and Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmission. It is in excellent condition with the original 25-horse Johnson motor in perfect working order. The seller doesn’t say much about it, other than the fact that 454 Chevy in this 1977 Challenger has been stroked out to 496 cubic inches. The engine and transmission were working fine when when it was last used, but the boat has been left outside under a tarp, forgotten and neglected for far too long. As there is some ambiguity over the rear transom, both a flat and a 15 degrees version are provided. Everything on it is either new or rebuilt, including the original 283 Chevy engine, which only has 15 hours on it since the rebuild. This Spiko SK is packing a 1955 Corvette 265 engine, one of 700 originally manufactured engines of that year with a four barrel carburetor. The boat is in pretty good shape. The double cockpit design with controls in the back accentuates the long, narrow hull, sort of like having a steering wheel in the back of a canoe. The Mastercraft trailer has also been restored, but you’ll have to buy it separately for another $550.

The old Correct Crafts are getting more and more collectible, and this Mustang deserves to be restored to her original glory. This Century hasn’t even been in the water since the engine was rebuilt, and it has new carpet and upholstery. If you want a Chris Craft, but you’re not ready to trade on-the-lake excitement for the vintage boat show circuit, this is the perfect boat.
This Thompson Sea Coaster is located in Lake Forest, Illinois, and you can Buy It Now for $4,950.
It’s located in Johnson City, Tennessee, so rock me mama like a wagon wheel, and buy this Mustang. You could also pull that 265 out and use it on your Corvette restoration project, but that would be sort of a shame.
It looks like restoration didn’t make it all the way to the dash, but you can probably find someone to fix the trap door on that cassette deck. Mostly I just want to see more of every part of this Larson Falls Flyer because it’s so damn cool. The sleek little hull is wrapped around a brand new 509 big block Chevy with enough high-end aftermarket parts and components to start your own racing shop.
This 18-foot Century Sabre is located in Lansing, Michigan, and you can Buy It Now for $8,000.
And that paint job includes a Cancer Awareness dedication, so you can cure cancer, and go fast.
This 1988 Donzi Testarossa Minx is located near a Dunkin Donuts in Toms River, New Jersey, and you can Buy It Now for $16,500. This Hondo T-Deck Runner Bottom is located in Lake Havasu, Arizona, and you can Buy It Now for $34,995.

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