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I need to cancel the ad we had for the 1940 Chris Craft barrelback. The boat has been sold. Thank you so much. I had numerous calls from all over the states. Your website is great! D. D.

Please remove my ad for the 65 Thompson in Port Townsend. I sold it for the asking price. Thanks so much. I sold it to a guy in Florida who flew out and is towing it home as I write!I don t think you can get much farther away from Port Townsend WA than Miami FL, but there you go.Keep up the good work.R.F

Please remove my ad. I have received numerous calls, and did purchase a 1957 Century. Great web site. Good bunch of enthusiasts! C.J.

Please remove my ad. I have sold the boat for cash and buyer even paid me a tip when he picked it up. Great site, thanx. D.B.

A Load O’ New Ads posted on Dec. 9, 2016.

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New ads are posted to the end of each section and old ads are deleted from the beginning at each update.
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Please be aware of scammers that prowl online classified ads. They are typically from West Africa, but any overseas contact bears careful scrutiny. Contact me if you are unsure.

For sale 1940 Chris-craft 42′ DCEB, Lower hour twin Nissan diesels, burns only about 2GPH at 8kt cruise. Generator with only 30 hours use. Boat is in fresh water covered moorage in Lake Washington. Flying bridge was added in 1957 Many up dates. $33,000 May trade for smaller trailer boat. 7-15-2009 206-920-7172

1955 century resorter w/trailer, she has all crome plus orignal spot light. 185 hp gray marine with dual down draft carbs.hull in goog shape. rear deck needs repair, she needs a good restoration.sell for $4500.00 OBO serious buyers may call me at 585-733-9856.

flor sale 1967 14 ft. v botttom alum. with 10 hsp. johnson motor, two, 4 gal. pressure tanks 1994 trailer, all in top condition. best offer over $900.00 lawandareeves.centurytel.net

Dorsett Catalina 1961 16′ Johnson Super sea Horse 75HP 50% interior soft transom. $1500 OBO Mesa Colorado 970-948-4672

For sale: 1948 Lyman Islander project. Completely disassembled. Inteior and windshield have been refinished. Most chrome has been replated. Engine has not been run in years. The hull has been flipped, stipped and is ready for finishing. Minimal wood repairs required. Asking $3,000. Call 419-215-4350 for more information. December 2, 2010

1957 18ft. Century Resorter. $2,000.00 This boat needs to be finished. A full restoration was started but not completed. The boat is available now. Located on Portage Bay Seattle. 2,000 $ will take all including trailer. phone 206-632-7888 Peter or Steve.

For Sale: 1957 Sparkman and Stephens 42-ft centreboard yawl Fairwyn built by McGruer on the Clyde. In excellent condition and fully equipped for ocean cruising. VAT paid and presently lying in the Mediterranean. Full details at http://www.sandemanyachtcompany.co.uk

For sale or trade 1958 Ancarrow 20 foot utility, project boat. I have restored the bright work frames and structure. Now in top shape. But I am missing a motor. ( A nice 283 Chevy would do nicely). Willing to sell ( $2500.00) or consider trade for a smaller boat. Trailer and various orginal parts available.Located in Kingston Ontario Canada. Email me for photos. 613-239-0333

1947 22ft Chris-Craft U-22 Sportsman. Very original, extensive revovation 2003, matching numbers Chrysler Crown. This is a solid original northern fresh water boat that has had good owners, proper care and little use. She is in great shape and ready for 2013. Vermont 12/20/12

1941 16ft CC Deluxe Runabout. New 5200 bottom, new sides and deck, restored original engine with stainless valves and hardened seats. Hull # 57117. $35,000.00. Jim Carr, 360 832-4293.

1958 16ft Skagit Skimaster. Sound hull, nice custom upholstery, good running 4-stroke Bearcat 55 and cool vintage trailer. We haven t used the boat very often recently. $2,000.00 with motor, $1,400 without – OBO. Dick Dow, 425 868-0921.

Classic 1964 Restored Lone Star 15 ft Aluminum Beauty. New Upholstery that is a new kind of Marine Vinyl that stays cooler in the sun. New redwood flooring with a marine grade coating. 40 HP Evinrude motor that has been gone through by a local professional boat mechanic. Garage stored, Asking best price over $6,900.00 or best offer. Hours of attention to detail with a metal etching primer after it was stripped to the metal. Trailer has new tires and paint. Located in Wichita Falls TX. will consider transporting for a fee. Photos can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/annette.mcneil/media_set?set=a.10151867750519733.769409732 type=3

1963 aristocraft boat 4 cylinder outboard gas/oil mix need batt best offer 770-905-0300 This boat was bought new in 1963 it has leather dash. mirror, horn seats 4 plus fiberglass. must move asap on a trailer ready to go

1955 Chrysler Marine Hemi M-44-S, 270 cu. In. 155 hp, 1:1 gearbox, LH rotation, 2 bbl carb, 12 volt. Complete, operational unit in good condition, ready to install, with mounts, 1 coupling, risers, factory manual and spares. Runs strong. Last used on Chelan at 2011 Mahogany Merlot event. Can demonstrate on cradle. Best Offer. Tom Carlin, 425 318-2119.

Complete Vintage 1957 Graymarine 100 Flathead 6 Priced to sell asking $300.00 or best offer! This is a complete engine that is in real good condition. Also comes with the in/out box. Also have many extra parts i.e. (2) Starters – (2) Heads – (1) Exhaust Manifold – (1) Fuel Pump – (1) Carburetor PLUS a few more extras! Located in Antioch, Ca Contact Number 925-238-4038 Asking $350,00 OBO

1931 Dee Wite Runabout 22′. Chrysler M48S straight eight engine. Recent restoration. West System bottom, all hardware rechromed, new upholstery, Iva Lite. Excellent condition. Comes with 2006 Trail Rite tandem trailer. $39,900. Paul 503 472-4625 OR

Classic Red, 1960, Merc 400, kiekhaefer, 4 cyl, 40 HP, long/s with original owners manual. Runs good, electric start. Have original control cables, but need work. $650
Jack, at 360-348-1398. Lake Stevens, Wa. Near Everett Wa.

Wanted: Windshield or Frame for 1955-57 Chris Craft Capri or Cobra. Windshield has curved sides and is

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1979 Chev C-30 Crew Cab Dually. Unknown miles, but recent transmission rebuild, good tires, new brakes, new battery, great for work, towing or restore it! I ve used it for the past 17 years. These can tow just about anything. Someone out there needs this truck! $2,500.00 OBO. Dick Dow, 425 868-0921.

Dickinson diesel stove/heater combination with all accessories venting, pumps, etc. – buyer removes unit. $475.00. Bob Schrader, 206 790-649

I have tons of vintage new stock rub rail in all different styles and sizes in 12� and 16� lengths. I know that I don�t have any more 1/2 inch. I am happy to text pictures if you are looking for something specific. 360-708-5170

We have a 1958 32ft CC Commander and are looking for any bullnose 1950�s Cabin Cruiser boats that are being parted out or anyone that has loose parts or accessories. We are looking for (2) specific items right now, a folding mast and new horns. 206-367-7606


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I’ve been posting a bit lately about abandoned boats, and my SAILfeed colleague Clark Beek has rightly pointed out that it is high time I bloviated on the subject of salvage rights. Many people believe that if you find an abandoned boat it automatically belongs to you, and yes, I intentionally played into and exploited that popular misconception in the title of my first post on Wolfhound. the abandoned Swan 48 now adrift 600 miles east of Bermuda. But in fact the law isn’t that simple.

Salvage law is very old and dates back to medieval times, when men went to sea primarily to engage in commerce. A vessel in trouble often carried cargo worth as much or more than the ship itself, and the men attracted by her distress were just as likely to plunder her as to save her. Thus the core principle of salvage law has always been that honest men who risk their own lives and vessels trying to save other vessels should be very well rewarded.

Under current U.S. admiralty law, which conforms to international salvage law as laid out in the Salvage Convention of 1989. assistance rendered another vessel is considered salvage when: 1) the assisted vessel is subject to a reasonable apprehension of marine peril; 2) the assistance is voluntary; and 3) the assistance is successful in whole or part.

A successful salvor is NOT entitled to just keep the salved vessel, under any circumstances, but is entitled to a generous award. The amount of the award, under the law, is based on the following factors: 1) the value of the vessel and its contents after the salvage is complete; 2) the salvor’s skill and initiative in minimizing damage to the environment; 3) the degree of success obtained by the salvor; 4) the level of peril to which the salvaged vessel was subject; 5) the salvor’s skill and initiative in saving the vessel, human lives, and other property; 6) the salvor’s labor and expenses; 7) the amount of risk run by the salvor; 8) the promptness of the services rendered; 9) the availability and use of any alternative salvage resources; and 10) the readiness, efficiency, and value of the salvor’s vessel and equipment.

Consider all these factors together, and you’ll note they strongly favor the salvor. The idea being that salvors should not only be compensated for their time and trouble; they should also receive a substantial premium as an inducement to render assistance in the first place. In a “low-order” salvage, where the risk to a salvor is negligible and the salvaged vessel was in little danger, the premium will be relatively small, but in a “high-order” salvage the total award can, under the law, be as high as (though it may not exceed) 100 percent of the value of the salvaged vessel and its contents. Also, salvors automatically get a high-priority lien on any vessel they save and may keep the vessel until the owner posts security.

This, of course, is where the misconception come from. If you are entitled to an award equaling 100 percent of the value of a vessel, some owners and most insurers may well propose that you simply keep the vessel, as this saves them the administrative and transactional costs of selling it to pay you off. Even if you don’t want the vessel, they can force the situation by not paying you, thereby compelling you to seize the boat.

In the immediate example, salvaging Wolfhound. a vessel that most likely has already been given up for lost by its insurer (the owner, I assume, has been paid off and is out of the picture), would certainly entitle you to a “high-order” award. You will have either towed the vessel hundreds of miles, or you will have put crew aboard to rehabilitate and navigate the boat to shore, a decidedly risky proposition. The vessel, in perfect condition, is worth $500-600K. In her present condition, she may be worth $200K or so. So I’d guess you’d have a good chance of getting to keep her. if you wanted her.

On the other hand, if Wolfhound drifts on to a beach somewhere, like Running Free on Martha’s Vineyard, and all you do is put a line on her and pull her off, it is not likely you’ll have earned an award equal to 100 percent of her value.

When Is a Tow Not a Tow?

The more pertinent question for most of us involves commercial towing services like Sea Tow and TowBoat/US. Lots of people sign up as members of these services and pay a flat annual fee they think covers any troublesome situation they might get themselves into. But in fact in many circumstances where you most need help, your service contract does not apply and the guys helping you are entitled to claim a salvage award, which can be very large, depending on the circumstances.

In one particularly egregious example I found online. a guy in a leaky fishing skiff, a Sea Tow member, reports that a Sea Tow skipper demanded a $2,000 salvage fee after loaning him a pump in a marina for not more than 10 minutes. This sort of abuse no doubt is the exception rather the rule, but the current legal landscape does give the towing services a huge advantage.

The fact is nearly everything a towing service does is salvage under the law, for the definition of “marine peril” has historically been very broad. The peril need not be immediate, and any vessel that is disabled and adrift, and certainly if it is aground, is held to be “in apprehension” of danger. Most companies do however perform basic services, like straight tows of disabled vessels, “soft” ungroundings, or fuel drops, for a straight hourly fee, or for free, if you’re a dues-paying member. But different companies draw the line between salvage and “basic services” in different places. These differences are normally defined in the company contracts you sign (or impliedly agree to), but in almost all cases the bottom line is the same: when you’re really in trouble and need help the most, the amount you pay in the end can conceivably run as high as the value of your boat.

Is this fair? Most insurance companies, though they pay the bulk of salvage claims, don’t have a problem with it. They recognize that competent towing services spend a great deal of money on vessels and equipment. They appreciate the fact that these people are on call 24/7. And, of course, they would much rather pay a claim for a portion of a vessel’s value (which is what normally happens) than be confronted with a total loss.

How To Deal With Salvors

The best policy, of course, is to deal with them as little as possible. If you are serious about cruising, you should be prepared to get yourself out of trouble in most low-risk situations. If you do need to call for assistance you should:

A) Get in touch with your insurer and let them negotiate directly with the salvor if possible. Most salvors will welcome a chance to cut a deal up front, as this means they get paid much faster. A good marine insurer will maintain a 24-hour claims service. Note, too, some insurers limit their salvage exposure; a good policy will cover you for 100 percent of the value of your boat.

B) If you can’t reach your insurer (or don’t have one) negotiate yourself before any assistance is rendered. Never assume you’re contracting for a straight tow or other “basic services,” even when dealing with a towing service you are a member of. Establish clearly whether or not you’re in a salvage situation and understand how the bill will be calculated. Don’t be afraid to use your leverage, which is that a salvor cannot aid you against your will. Don’t be afraid to get on the radio and call other services for help if the people on the scene are not reasonable. (Note, however, salvors can act to save your vessel without your permission if you are not on the scene or if you do not expressly forbid it. The law presumes you want your boat saved, so you must be clear and firm when refusing help.)

C) If the sh*t is hitting the fan and there is no time to negotiate, you should at least establish that the salvor is working on a no cure/no pay basis. Under the law, they are not entitled to an award if they don’t save your boat. There is, however, one exception to this rule, which is that salvors do get paid something if they prevent or minimize environmental harm while failing to save your boat, which is only fair, as you’d be on the hook for the damage done in any event.

The Bottom Line advice: When choosing a towing service to join as a member (which in most cases is well worth it if you do much coastal sailing), study the service contract closely. Find the language describing what services are covered and what is considered salvage (or “vessel recovery”) and make sure you understand it. The more precise the language the better. You can assume the service provider will try to take advantage of any vague “weasel words” (as I used to call them in law school). Also, you want an arbitration clause. You certainly do not want to have to go to federal court to settle a dispute over payment (or anything else).


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In 1908, Ford Motor Company’s first car, The Model T, used ethanol corn alcohol gasoline as fuel energy.

Since 2003, ethanol has grown rapidly as the oxygenating factor for gasoline. Ethanol replaced MTBE for oxygenating fuel, since almost all states now have banned MTBE, due to groundwater contamination, health and environmental concerns.

Ethanol blend fuels for gas powered engines have been around for over 100 years; Ethanol is now found at most public gas stations nationwide, due to mandates/laws and recommendations in the Alternative Motor Fuels Act (1988), Clean Air Act (1990), Energy Policy Act (2005) and most importantly – The Renewable Fuel Standard Program (RFS) – Signed September 2006.

The push for ethanol as an alternative to imported oil spurred the construction of 172 plants in 25 states by the end of 2008. But during 2009 falling oil prices has made ethanol less cost effective. More than 20 plants have recently closed.

Despite 10% being the universally accepted legal limit for ethanol in conventional gas-powered engines,

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ETHANOL HISTORY TIMELINE

1826 Samuel Morey developed an engine that ran on ethanol and turpentine.

1850’s During the Civil War, a liquor tax was placed on ethanol whisky, also called Moonshine, to raise money for the war.

1876 Otto Cycle was the first combustion engine designed to use alcohol and gasoline.

1896 Henry Ford built his first automobile, the quadricycle, to run on pure ethanol.

1920’s Standard Oil began adding ethanol to gasoline to increase octane and reduce engine knocking.

1908 The first Ford Motor Company automobile, Henry Ford’s Model T. was designed to use corn alcohol, called ethanol. The Model T ran on (ethanol) alcohol, fuel or a combination of the two fuels.

1940’s First U.S. fuel ethanol plant built. The U.S. Army built and operated an ethanol plant in Omaha, Nebraska, to produce fuel for the army and to provide ethanol for regional fuel blending.

1940’s to late 1970’s Virtually no commercial fuel ethanol was sold to the general public in the U.S. – due to the low price of gasoline fuel.

1975 U.S. begins to phase out lead in gasoline. MTBE eventually replaced lead.

Note: Later, between 2004 to 2006, MTBE banned in almost all states, due to groundwater contamination and health risks.

1980’s Oxygenates added to gasoline included MTBE (Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether – made from natural gas and petroleum) and ETBE (Ethyl Tertiary Butyl Ether – made from ethanol and petroleum).

1988 Denver, Colorado, was the first state to mandate ethanol oxygenates fuels for winter use to control carbon monoxide emissions. Other cities soon followed.

1990 Clean Air Act Amendments – Mandated the winter use of oxygenated fuels in 39 major carbon monoxide non-attainment areas (based on EPA emissions standards for carbon dioxide not being met) and required year-round use of oxygenates in 9 severe ozone non-attainment areas in 1995.

1992 The Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct) was passed by Congress to reduce our nation’s dependence on imported petroleum by requiring certain fleets to acquire alternative fuel vehicles, which are capable of operating on nonpetroleum fuels.

The Clean Air Act (1990) and Alternative Motor Fuels Act (1998 1992) contain provisions for mandating oxygenated fuel (RFG =Ethanol and MTBE). Requirements set for 2 types of clean-burning gasoline, RFG Federal Reformulated Gasoline and Wintertime Oxygenated Fuel.

1995 The EPA began requiring the use of reformulated gasoline year round in metropolitan areas with the most smog.


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Utica First Insurance Company was founded in 1903 as Utica Fire Insurance Company of Oneida County, NY to serve the property insurance needs of upstate New York residents. We have developed from that small base into a company which actively writes business in the states of New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

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Jet-Lube has acquired Design Water Technologies – a leading manufacturer of a new generation of chemicals for the Water Well and Pipeline industries.

The Design Water product line addresses the needs of water well rehabilitation for both bacterial and mineral contamination as well as drinking water issues arising from flooded wells from natural disasters and excessive water run-off.

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STERILENE – Replaces standard chlorine and no premixing with vinegar

Sterilene is 200 times more effective at removing the environment for coliform bacteria in wells and pipelines without premixing and control of pH. No oxidizer labels. and is price competitive with standard chlorine.

A liquid organic, slightly acidic formulation with polymer dispersants. Effectively dissolves blockage in wells, systems, and water tanks due to mineral scale, slime forming bacteria and the oxides created by the decaying bacteria. Also suspends the debris to be pumped from the well or system, as well as protects metal surfaces from corrosion.

A granular acid that is a formulation of organic acids enhanced by chelates, dispersants, and inhibitors. Non corrosive, safe for disposal and highly effective, it is significantly safer than traditional sulfamic acids yet has unique dissolving capabilities.

Like UNICID GRANULAR it is a formulation of organic acids enhanced by chelates, dispersants, and inhibitors in a liquid encapsulation format.

Chlor-“Oust” is a product designed to neutralize or dechlorinate Sterilene when removed from a well or pipeline for proper disposal.
• dissolves very fast as a fine granule
• neutralizes 100 ppm chlorine (Sterilene) to zero within 4 minutes of recirculation
• has easy to understand directions for usage on site
• even has an easy calculation for maximum product to have on site
• easy and safe disposal to sanitary sewers or land disposal.

Removes clays from an unconsolidated formation to enhance well yields in new and old wells. Traditional polyphosphate treatments promote bacterial growths. This increases the potential for coliform, slime formers, and iron bacteria in wells and systems.

An extremely concentrated, slightly alkaline liquid with a controlled pH buffer. It is a naturally occurring mineral, readily usable by plant and animal life upon disposal. pH Neutralize will safely neutralize any acidic liquids with a specific dosage calculated by the volume and pH level of the acid being treated, without the danger of wildly varying pH levels.

As much as 90% of mineral or bacterial debris (iron or slime) may be on the inside of the well casing or screen. You can physically remove most of this debris prior to a Unicid chemical treatment by wire brushing the screen only for mineral scale, or brushing from the static level to the bottom of the well for bacterial debris.


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At Marine Credit Union, we look beyond a credit report. We specialize in individualized service to help you solve your transportation challenges. Marine can even help if you ve been turned down for a car loan elsewhere.

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Volo Auto Museum adds vintage snowmobile, tractor, marine collections

Volo Auto Museum aims to drive interest with new vintage collections

The Volo Auto Museum has traditionally been known for its display of vintage cars, but the museum is diversifying its exhibits with the addition of snowmobile, tractor and marine collections.

A 1925 Johnson outboard boat motor is now on display alongside tractors that date back to the 1930s.

The things we were looking for is stuff that has eyeball to it, museum director Brian Grams said. It might not be the most powerful, expensive, but we were looking for something that you’re going to look at and scratch your head and say, ‘that’s really neat looking. ‘

One of the most unique snowmobiles Grams said he found was a Ford Model T version that is essentially the same as the automobile, but is built for winter use.

In addition to the new collections, the museum also now displays a Disney Mold-A-Rama machine that was first displayed at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Visitors can pay $5 to create their own wax figure using provided molds that are switched about every six months, Grams said.

Visitors can also watch a free animatronic pirate show in the museum’s food court.

You listen to songs and there’s a little parrot that makes wisecracks along way, Grams said. It’s funny for adults, and of course kids love it and seeing the puppets move around.


Volo Auto Museum adds vintage snowmobile, tractor, marine collections – Lake County News-Sun #brandywine #auto #parts


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Volo Auto Museum adds vintage snowmobile, tractor, marine collections

Volo Auto Museum aims to drive interest with new vintage collections

The Volo Auto Museum has traditionally been known for its display of vintage cars, but the museum is diversifying its exhibits with the addition of snowmobile, tractor and marine collections.

A 1925 Johnson outboard boat motor is now on display alongside tractors that date back to the 1930s.

The things we were looking for is stuff that has eyeball to it, museum director Brian Grams said. It might not be the most powerful, expensive, but we were looking for something that you’re going to look at and scratch your head and say, ‘that’s really neat looking. ‘

One of the most unique snowmobiles Grams said he found was a Ford Model T version that is essentially the same as the automobile, but is built for winter use.

In addition to the new collections, the museum also now displays a Disney Mold-A-Rama machine that was first displayed at the New York World’s Fair in 1964. Visitors can pay $5 to create their own wax figure using provided molds that are switched about every six months, Grams said.

Visitors can also watch a free animatronic pirate show in the museum’s food court.

You listen to songs and there’s a little parrot that makes wisecracks along way, Grams said. It’s funny for adults, and of course kids love it and seeing the puppets move around.


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