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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Happy New Year
by: Mike

Happy New Year to you, "Little Woody" and all who sail in her.

What a beautiful boat, I loved reading about her and I’m sure others did too.

I’d love to know if you still have her or if you have found that other project.

That is why, I’d like to introduce you to the new, Wood Boat Net.

It is designed to make it easier to for you to tell us more about your Wooden Boat, to upload photos etc, put you in control of your content and most of all post updates as and when you wish to.

There is also a forum where you can ask/answer any questions you about Wooden Boats and join in the conversations.

So, please come on over and join our community of likeminded Wooden Boaters, we’d love to hear from you.

Cheers,

Mike

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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While the original system worked quite well as a one-off post, it didn’t allow for updating or posting new photographs etc.

That is why I have introduced the new Wood Boat Net.

This is new ‘Community’ platform is for 2018.

It is designed to put you in control of your content, make it easier to for you to tell us about your Wooden Boat, upload photos etc. and most of all post updates as and when you wish to.

There is also a forum where you can ask any questions you may have about Wooden Boats and join in the conversations.

So, please come on over and join our community of likeminded Wooden Boaters.