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Poor old Lund had a fire in the back while in the water> i"m gonna rebuild the back & convert it to a jet boat.

Picked up boat from storage with my Montero. Great combo

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My new to me 1953 Lone Star Admiral Deluxe
Working on cover braces.


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My 12 foot 1988 Game Fisher, has Tohatsu 6hp on it for now...


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Big hello from Quebec City, Canada

Here's a barnfind for you folks:

16' footer made by Canadian Boat Mfg between 1970 and 1973.

Kit included the trailer (custom made), the boat and a 1982 Mercury 2 strokes 25hp (sized motor but maaaybe salvageable)

Few info I managed to gather on the internets:

"Established in 1954 under the name Aluminum Boats & Canoes (1954-1970), the company went on to do business under a variety of names, including Canadian Boat Manufacturing (1970–1973), Alcan Marine Products (1973–1985), and Altra Marine Products (1985–1990), before becoming a trademark of Outboard Marine Corporation (OMC) in 1990. When OMC went bankrupt in 2001, Brunswick Corporation purchased the brand, which operated officially under the name Princecraft Boats Inc. from that day forward."

Not sure if I'll aim to restore the boat with the original configuration or modify it (remove the blue plastic bow cover, switch to tiller or move the steering wheel in a more centered position).


thank you for adding me to this forum. I picked this little McKenzie Cherokee up this past weekend. Now I have a project to do this winter.


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1967 14’ Crestliner. 1963 18hp Johnson. Added a little pulley on the front to raise and lower the front anchor from the back easily. Homemade rod holders and LED lighting to 4 gang box (running lights, front flood, ambient, and an empty switch for who knows what later on). Very worn paint job, few dents, but she gets the job done.

Pic on the bank, loaded up for a day on the beach with the kids:


A shot with the ambient lights on:

OAD said:
thank you for adding me to this forum. I picked this little McKenzie Cherokee up this past weekend. Now I have a project to do this winter.
I hope you post plenty of pictures of this project.
I already posted some photos of my fix-it-up project of my older PolarKraft MV 1751 here but thought I'd post a couple of photos in the pic-of-your-boat thread too.

I believe it's from the late 80's or early 90's. I haven't found much information tying dates to HIN numbers for the older PolarKrafts. It has a 40hp outboard and, after my motor died on me once, I added a 5hp kicker as my emergency get-me-back motor.

We use it for fishing, crabbing, and exploring the tide water salt marshes in my area. We've made the 11 mile run out to the bay a couple of times but it's not a bay boat. We just enjoy the trip out and back.


First time out in the new boat, managed to even land a rainbow.


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Here's a little 1957 14' Alumacraft Flying D that followed me home not long ago.. its in pretty nice condition and mostly original … missing the windshield and seat cushions..


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Pic of the inside of my Smoker craft. It's a nice boat for grandkids to fish out of plenty of room.


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