Little Woody

by Randy Moore
(Byron IL)

This is a 17ft 1964 carver comandor.

It is my first boat project.

I purchased this boat a few years ago and completely refurbished the boat and trailer.

The engine is a 1964 90 s series electric shift.

This engine is untouched (original paint).

As you can see from the photos this boat was used very little or well maintained.

I plan on selling this boat in hopes of finding another wood project (inboard)
this link will provide a slide show of before and after pictures





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boat video
by: randy

https://youtu.be/4C8ZVVt3RCU



Price
by: Randy

I was told by someone that has a wood boat company and appraises them value between five and seven grand, so thinking around six thousand

For sale
by: Randy

Yes i am considering selling it. I have only used it a few times runs and drives great . But looking for a nice old chris craft to restore.

Sale?
by: Dan

I can imagine the 90hp moves it pretty good. After you run a few more times, any idea on want you want to get for it?

Sale
by: Randy

Yes i think i would sell it! I have used it a few times runs and drives like a dream. Really want to use it a few more times . But wanting a wooden chris craft to restore.

Sale?
by: Dan

Is your boat still for sale?

I would be interested in purchasing.

Beautiful!
by: Morgan


We have Peterborough Royal 1964 16foot x62inch cedar strip bull nose with original hardware.

We are fixing it up and hoping to also sell :) looking forward to seeing your next project.


NICE!
by: Jim

Very good job of restoring.

Good to see a wood boat brought back to excellent condition.



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