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Antique Runabout


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1939 Gar Wood Runabout - 'Miss Lisa'
Owner: Matt Byrne
Home Port: Aurora, IL


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1932 Hacker-Craft Triple Cockpit Runabout - 'Madison Nicole'
Owner: David Brown
Home Port: St Charles, IL

This lovingly restored mahogany Triple Cockpit Runabout was originally from the Finger Lakes Region, NY and believed to be one of only two remaining 38' Hacker-Craft twin-engine boats. The twin fuel injected 496 c.i.d. HO MPI V-8's together produce 850 hp


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1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout - 'What Fun'
Owner: George Plamondon
Home Port: Chicago, IL


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1937 Chris Craft Custom Runabout - 'Sanibel'
Owner: Chris Millard
Home Port: Carlinville, IL


Canoe


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1914 Peterborough Cedar Rib
Owner: Peter Mueller
Home Port: Lake Forest, IL

PETERBOROUGH CEDAR-RIB CANOE
Model 87, built between 1914 and 1921
The Peterborough Canoe Company’s catalogue states:
“The Cedar-rib canoe is the triumph of the canoe building art. It combines strength, rigidity, lightness and durability. They are the best and strongest canoe made.”
These types of canoes were built of tongue and grooved cedar ribs running from gunwale to gunwale, and held together by the gunwales, keelson, and stringers running lengthwise.


Classic Cruiser


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1951 Chris Craft Super Deluxe Semi Enclosed - 'Chrysalis'
Owner: Ted Cartner
Home Port: Antioch, IL

CHRYSALIS is a 1951 "Super Deluxe Semi-enclosed Cruiser".  She has her original twin Chris Craft Model KL, 105HP each, engines.  The hull has all original wood above the waterline.  Previously modified to seat 16 passengers, she was used as a Coast Guard approved tour boat in Grand Lake Colorado. The extra seating has been removed and the interior put back to original.


Classic Runabout Under 21'


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1961 Shepherd Runabout
Owner: Alan Bosworth
Home Port: Elmhurst, Il

Shepherd Boats were built in Niagara-on-the-Lake….Ontario, Canada. This specific Shepherd was on display at the Chicago Boat Show in 1961 when my Aunt & Uncle bought it new. In 1993 the Shepherd’s bottom needed replacing at which time my Uncle debated selling it. However he passed away right before doing so.A few months later I decided it was well worth saving the boat, keeping alive so many fond memories of fishing & riding (getting soaked) in Uncle Muff’s Shepherd. The boat has gone thru a couple of restorations yet still has most of the original wood. The original Chrysler motor was rebuilt once and is still in use.This boat has been docked at Pier #1 since 1961 on Geneva Lake for the last fifty-two(52) years.


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1947 Century Sea Maid - 'Zip A Dee Doo Dah'
Owner: Gary Conger
Home Port: Green Bay, WI


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1947 Chris Craft Custom Runabout - 'Gina'
Owner: Tom Wagner
Home Port: Bull Valley, IL

"Gina" the 1947 20' Chris Craft Custom was completely restored by Tom Wagner 15 years ago.  This boat was upside down in a garage painted black.  We have been enjoying it and named it after our first daughter.
 

Classic Utility 21' & Over


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1959 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Till Havs'
Owner: David B. Williams
Home Port: Williams Bay, WI

This boat has been on Lake Geneva since newly purchased in 1959.  The original owner named it “C deuce” (a capital “C” followed by a deuce of hearts).  The third owner,  who’s mother immigrated from Sweden, renamed the boat “Swedish Crossing”.  The current owner, who is an opera lover, renamed the boat “Till Havs”, a Swedish art song sung by the great Swedish tenor, Jussi Bjorling, meaning “to the sea”.  This boat is basically original except for the upholstery and has received tender loving care from Bill Budych and Bill Budych, Jr. for 53 years!


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1948 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Effie'
Owner: Tom Whowell
Home Port: Fontana, WI


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1962 Hacker Budych Hacker - 'Thumper'
Owner: William Budych
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI

A one of a kind craft. William Budych Sr. built this boat for himself in my grandmothers garage. Sr was working for Mr. Russel Gage at the time. Dad and he had a great relationship, one hand washes the other. The boat was constructed for dad's personal use, however, it became the FLAGSHIP for sales of the 22' Gage Hackers. Bill Sr. headed up all of the production of the 23' Gage Hackers. They attempted to build a few after he had left & you can certainly tell the fit and finish of the couple built after his departure. This boat is a family treasure, never to be sold or traded.


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1960 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Lorelei II'
Owner: James Hooker
Home Port: San Diego, CA

Lorelei II was purchased in 7/12. The prior owner loved to water ski so he re-powered it with a more powerful motor (454 cu in Chevy marine power with 420+_ HP) & had the transom ring reinforced to accommodate pulling skiers. The stern ladder was made by Streblow. We have done cosmetic upgrading & added a Bimini top. Lorelei II was awarded second place in its class in the 2013 Geneva Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show.


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1956 Chris Craft Continental - 'Lone Palm'
Owner: Gary Paxson
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI

This boat was the family boat for the Cameron's of Geneva Lake Boat Co. I had restoration started on her 1996-2013. Had always wondered why people took so long to do them. I found out Money, the economy and life itself. the journey to completion was long but more rewarding than I ever imagined. Though I had this work done at The Delavan Lake Boat Shed I did get hands on and dirty. I learned much about boats, construction, patience, and people. The journey took me to a couple of courses at Wooden Boat School in Maine; Lofting and Fundamentals of boat building. Most importantly the people who put their skilled hands on Lone Palm is what I will cherish the most. There are only 8 pieces of original wood, you will see none of them. Did this cost more than the plan? yes did I complain? No, It's a boat there is no rationalization. The Joy I get when I ride in her, but really the joy is watching the faces of the men and women who built her when we spring launch and fall decommission her. The joy I see on the family faces and that special someone is priceless. That's why I want to do it again God willing. The name comes from a Jimmy Buffett song , and a metaphor for me; though it is possible to add another palm tree.


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1949 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Sweetie'
Owner: Chris Fox
Home Port: Bonita Springs, FL


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1957 chris craft continental - 'Schatzi'
Owner: John Wenstrom
Home Port: mchenry, IL

!957 23' Chris Craft Continental. One of 170 built between 1956-1958. Beautiful riding boat with optional 3rd seat. Stripped to bare wood, refinished complete with 10 coats varnish by Fox River Valley Boat in 2012.


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1967 Century Coronado - 'Miss Millie'
Owner: Mark Svoboda
Home Port: Geneva, IL

1967 was the last year Century manufactured a mahogany wood hull. The boat was order and delivered to Kramer’s in Fox Lake, IL for Rex Fitzpatrick of Elmhurst, IL. We purchased the boat from Rex in 1986. We did a moderate restoration in1986/1987 and a complete restoration in 2001/2003 including the hull, decks, chrome and interior. Powered by its original Chrysler 325 HP motor, Miss Millie will do approximately 40 MPH. The boat has won numerous awards at shows around the midwest.


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1949 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Uncle Buster'
Owner: Bob VanOrsdel
Home Port: West Des Moines, IA


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1952 Chris Craft Holiday - 'Lucky Penny'
Owner: Keith Pozulp
Home Port: Williams Bay, WI

The Lucky Penny is a 1953 23' Chris Craft Holiday with the original 158hp MBL engine, original chrome hardware, and mostly original woodwork. The 23' Holiday was built between 1950 and 1953 and the Lucky Penny is 1 of 88 ever built with it being hull number 86. A complete restoration was first started in 2004 by the Fox River Valley Boat Company and she is still maintained by Tom Wagner and his crew. Over the years we have been diligent in keeping the Lucky Penny as original as possible and she now spends all of her time cruising the beautiful waters of Geneva Lake while hailing from the town of Williams Bay.

Classic Utility Under 21'


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1957 Chris Craft Continental - 'Birchwood'
Owner: Karen Birch
Home Port: Barrington, IL

This boat was purchased new in February of 1957 by Karen's late parents, Robert and Maxine Birch, of Griggsville, IL. Her dad became a Chris Craft dealer in 1956 and Karen has his original franchise certificate. This boat is all original and Karen has the boat's original order form, invoice, service manuals, prop, fenders, hand spot light, ladder and water skies that her dad used. Her dad's captain hat sits so proudly on the boat's dash. Karen uses one of the original canvas boat covers that had never been used and was being stored in her dad's attic. This boat spent most of its time on the Illinois River in central Illiniois where Karen has great family memories. The last time the boat was in the water was in the summer of 1978 on the Mississippi river. Since then the boat had been sitting on her orginal cradle and boat trailer in a machine shed on the family farm. In May of 2010 the boat was transported by flatbed to McHenry, IL where it was completely restored by Fox River Valley Boat Company. The boat was never named so Karen choose "Birchwood" in memory of her late parents. Karen's late parents are always with her on this boat and this boat is a constant reminder of how wonderful her parents were and the fabulous childhood they gave her.


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1960 Chris Craft Contenential - 'At Last'
Owner: David Vogeler
Home Port: Trout Valley, IL

This 1960 Chris Craft Continental is in the utility class of antique and classic boats. It was one of the more popular models manufactured in 1960 by Chris Craft due to its versatile layout. While mostly used for family pleasure boating, the open cockpit made it a great design for fishing or skiing. In 1960 the base model sold for $4,210.00. At that time the average salary was $4,743.00 a year. The boat came equipped with the standard Chris Craft K engine a straight 6 which produced 100HP, or the optional V8 with 185HP for the jaw dropping additional fee of $60.00 or about a weeks salary. This boat was equipped with the high performance 283 Corvette engine which became available in the latter part of 1959. The higher horsepower and torque of the Corvette engine made it ideal for pulling skiers. It was also fitted with a center mounted ski pole. Top speed is just over 40 mph. The boat was delivered to Chris Craft Boat Sales Inc. located at 2500 S. Ashland Avenue in Chicago on January 28, 1960. The boat was found rotting and in disrepair in 2000. A complete restoration was performed in 2005. There were 497 Continental’s manufactured from 1959 to 1960. Only 41 are known to still be operating today.


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1959 Century Resorter - 'Fifty-Nine'
Owner: Jim Hayek
Home Port: Davenport, IA

She is #135 of 180 produced in 1959. She is made with the classic "Carrier Deck" front end which gives the hull a beautiful contour of mahogany. And, one of the dryest rides on plain by rolling out the wake. She has the Graymarine V8 327 cu. in. engine which produces 225 HP and will run 45 mph at 4000rpm. But that is rare because she now is over 50 yrs. old. And as all wooden boat she just like to idle along and rumble... They came with a sliding leather convertible top, which I don't own because Matt Byrne won't sell me his with out the boat under it. She also came with a built in 3 rung ladder mounted on the back. She's real fine my "Fifty-Nine"


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1961 Chris Craft Continental
Owner: Bruce Winter
Home Port: Muskego, Wi


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1959 Chris Craft Continenal - 'Sportin A Woody'
Owner: Nick Caselli
Home Port: Williams Bay, WI

Preserved condition 251 original hours, all original wood , interior , motor and gages.  Rare Coral color interior.   Original 1959 " Moody" trailer.  283  motor with 4 barrel   carb. Third owner, 1st from Minaqua 2nd from Milwaukee 3rd in Williams Bay.  Revarnished in 2010 with 7 coats of varnish. purchased in August 2001 Original price $ 4270.50


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1965 Gage Hacker Utility - 'Kitty Hawk'
Owner: Robert Stenander
Home Port: Chicago, IL


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1955 Chris Craft Sportsman - 'Rare Stake'
Owner: Jake Hepner
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI


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1957 Chris Craft Continental - 'Miss Kimmy'
Owner: Bill Shultz
Home Port: Glen Ellyn, IL


Contemporary


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1980 Millerick Brothers Boat Works Edwardian fantail motor launch - 'PINK HOUR'
Owner: Peter Mueller
Home Port: Lake Forest, IL

This boat was found in the woods of a Sonora, California estate. Originally steam powered, the 30' ten gauge steel hull built in 1980 by Millerick Brothers Boat Works was not operational but in excellent condition and showed great potential. She went through an eight year restoration of labor and love by Tom Batchelor of Reno, Nv. "Pink Hour" was stripped to bare metal, repainted, and refitted with a beautiful, meticulously restored 3 cylinder 20 hp Easthope gas engine. Original brass hardware and accessories were scrounged from collectors, swap meets, and salvage yards across the country, and what couldn't be found was carefully recast, machined, and fabricated in the correct period style. She can seat 8 passengers comfortably, and the top of the teak icebox doubles as a sitting area. The Easthope pushes her along at full hull speed ( 6 knots) at approximately 150 rpm, using less than one gallon of fuel per hour from her 30 gallon tank. She has both fore (cable) and aft (mechanical) steering as well as full reversing gear. Since her restoration, she has operated solely on the clear, pristine waters of Lake Tahoe. Recently she was purchased by Peter and Robin Mueller and moved to Lake Geneva, Wis. Engine specifications: 3 cylinder, 4-1/2" bore, 6" stroke, dual ignition (Bosch magneto and 12V coil), OHV, hidden 12V starting system that replaces the original hand start. A neatly installed alternator runs via a flat belt off the flywheel. Lubrication is by internal splash and external Manzel oiler which runs off the water pump connecting rod. Water circulation is by an exposed original bronze piston pump. The reversing gear and engine are mounted on a single integral cast bedplate and weighs approximately 1,200 lbs. Unique accessories: two wicker parasol holders and period-style parasols, original hand-operated "ah-oo-gah" horn from the Talking Horn Company, two Pyrene brass fire extinguishers, antique brass boat hook, porcelain knife switches for operation of lights, Saint Christopher medal, matching set of original Cello running lights and stern spotlight, original Phare-La Rai bow searchlight, and an illuminated binnacle. A spectacular example of an Edwardian fantail motor launch, she won both People's Choice and Most Elegant Boat at the prestigious lake Tahoe Concours d'Elegance in August 2008. Named for the alpenglow on Lake Tahoe's eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, "Pink Hour" is truly a magnificent piece of functional art which starts and runs beautifully and is easy to launch and operate. She is one of a kind and without equal.


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2003 Van Dam Saloon runabout - 'Nokomis'
Owner: Charles Colman
Home Port: Williams Bay, WI


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2014 Streblow Gentleman's Runabout - 'Bucket List'
Owner: Larry Streblow
Home Port: Oshkosh, WI

Bucket List is the result of Larry Streblow's lifelong dream, to build a vintage-style wooden boat. A woodworker, carpenter and craftsman he built this Runabout in about a year using Ken Bassett's 1989 plans for the Runabout - Rascal. Weighing in at appoximately 790 pounds and reaching speeds up to 55 mph, this cruiser's outer layer is constructed of solid mahogony and features a mulit-layered hull with West System. This brand new beauty is for sale, as Larry says, "he's a builder, not a boater!"


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2013 Glen-L Gentlemans Racer - 'Attitude'
Owner: Craig & Vivi Smith
Home Port: Clinton, Ia

Using plans from Glen-L I built this boat in 21 months. The cold-mold construction utilized African mahogany epoxy resin. The bottom has a fiberglass layer for protection. All of the reliable mechanicals were salvaged from a retired ski boat. The engine and prop were rebuilt and the fuel tank was modified to fit the boat. The trailer was reconfigured to match this hull. Building this boat was a wonderful experience with a steep learning curve.

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2014 ONeill Craft Poncruiser - 'Cocktails'
Owner: Roger O'Neill
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WA


Fiberglass


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1971 Century Coronado
Owner: Richard Frederick
Home Port: Libertyville, IL


Lapstrake


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1966 Lyman Sportsman Hardtop - 'Freedom'
Owner: Andrew Kubicsko Jr
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI

The boat underwent a complete restoration bringing it back to its original stock condition by sandusky bay marine restoration during 2003/2005 It has been documented as the last 28' built by the Lyman Boat Works Co. Originally built as an "open sportsman" the buyer requested that it be sent back to the factory and have a custom Teak hardtop installed on the boat, making it possibly the only full Teak hardtop Sportsman Lyman ever built. The boat now resides on Geneva Lake Wisconsin


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1956 Chris Craft SEA SKIFF - 'BOEING'
Owner: Lynn Ricter
Home Port: Fontana, Wi


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1953 Chris Craft Sea Skiff - 'Executive Privilege'
Owner: W.J. GOES
Home Port: Chicago, WI

I purchased in 1973, third owner. The second had a year and never used. I know the original family from our next door lake of Delavan Lake. Her original name was Holdmore, for her sister ship was named ucanalgo. a family rivalry of boat names and capacity. The name is Executive Privilege but is not no the transom. She is not designated by name. A wonderful wave riding boat with high sides, able to walk around, change positions, not just seated for your entire ride...... See you on the water......


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1957 Thompson Sea Lancer
Owner: Frank Lozich
Home Port: Tinley Park, IL


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1958 Wolverine Mohawk - 'Uncle Joe'
Owner: Kenneth Uher
Home Port: Beecher, IL

This 1958 Wolverine Mohawk was purchased new by my great uncle Joe from Milocraft in Chicago. Being always garage kept and mostly used for fishing up north the boat was in pretty good shape. I took possession in 2008 and striped the boat for complete makeover. I finished 2011 with 19 coats of captains varnish on the top sides and 6 coats of interlux on the sides and bottom.


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1960 Chetek Princess Convertible - 'WHY NOT'
Owner: Ron Campana
Home Port: Thomson, IL

1960 Chetek Princess Convertible - 18 ft - stored since 1988 - restored in winter and spring of 2014 - has original 1961 Johnson V4S-13 75hp engine - on original Sportsman trailer - fine example of wood lapstrake from the 60"s - built in Chetek, WI.


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1947 trojan hot shot cottage racer - 'lil' suzy'
Owner: moss cartwright
Home Port: clarendon hills, il

right after WWII capt Smith a p-40 fighter pilot wanted something to do. He bought a new Trojan race boat for $247 and famous for winning races in upstate New York..One day he took out 3 competitors with his "wake of death" move. The stunt got him banned from racing.. He rolled Lil' SUZY into a barn where she sat for over 50 years.. Now restored, we have a blast racing around Klinger Lake in Michigan


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1963 Thompson & Thompson Breakers
Owner: Robert Oday
Home Port: Cary, IL


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1958 Shell Lake Rocket
Owner: Dan Callahan
Home Port: Rockford, IL

No. 168 red/white two tone. Beautiful in design and superb in appointments, the Rocket is the ideal boat for all- around family enjoyment, with its futuristic deck, fin styling and flared bow design. Special features are the new tri-lateral rear seat pattern with step-through front seat and triple keel, non-skid planing hull surface, complete with deluxe hardware, windshield, and steering. Transom bulkhead and bottom drains with Styrofoam and air tank flotation, assuring you added safety.


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1940 Larson - 'Mistery'
Owner: Mike Luxem
Home Port: Glenview, IL

This is the first time this Cedar Larson Hardtop will be exhibited.  It has been in storage for the past 20 years.


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1950 Wagemaker Wolverine - 'Old Times'
Owner: Nick Wagner
Home Port: Bull Valley, IL

This 1950 Wagemaker Wolverine was purchased the Fall of 2012.  Nick Wagner  with the help of his dad, Tom and the workers at Fox River Valley Boat Co. completely restored this boat.  Nick has named the boat “Old Times”.  Nick entered this boat last year when it was grey.  He found a 1955 – 25 hp Johnson outboard.  Nick is excited to show the finished product. 


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2000 Streblow Custom V Drive - 'Mare-El 111'
Owner: Gary Huge
Home Port: Kirkwood, MO

Custom built for the Huge’ family by Randy, Kathy and Kris Streblow with Steve Horton from 1998-2000, Mare-El III is a 26 foot V Drive with a 10 foot beam.  The power is a Crusader 525.  Randy Streblow joined the Huge’ family on trips in Mare-El III from Kenosha to Chicago, Kenosha to Port Washington and Washington Island among others.  Mare-El III has exceeded our highest expectation in the areas of performance, handling and quality.


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1997 Streblow Sport Vee Cuddy - 'Jean Marie'
Owner: John Simms Jr
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI


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1970 Streblow Sports Utility - 'Mr T III'
Owner: Don Taylor
Home Port: Williams Bay, WI

In February 2001, I purchased a 1970 Streblow custom wood boat. This twenty three foot beauty had a great history that accompanied the boat Namely, a gentleman from northern Illinois, William D. Wallace, was a partner in a silver mine with John ‘Duke’ Wayne Wallace purchased the boat new from the Streblow factory in Kenosha, WI.,and they decided to name the boat “HI LO SILVER”, a very fitting name. They operated the pleasure craft on Lake Delavan in Wisconsin, for almost ten years.  John Wayne passed away in 1979. With the drop in the price of silver in 1980, they decided to sell the boat. Larry Streblow and son Randy purchased the boat and retuned it to their factory in Kenosha. The Streblow family remodeled the boat and kept it for personal use for a couple of years until it was sold to Gregg Liebovich from Rockford, Illinois. He kept the boat for eighteen years on Geneva Lake. After cruising Geneva Lake over the summer, I load the boat and haul it on my annual journey back to Lake Eustis, Florida, where I, along with the help of my friends, refinished the boat and renamed it ‘Mister T III’. John Wayne would be impressed with the revitalization of “HI LO SILVER.”


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1978 Streblow Runabout - 'Fire Escape'
Owner: Leonard Bonnevier
Home Port: Oak Forest, IL

Originally built in Kenosha Wisconsin, by the Streblow Family in 1978 and  purchased and operated on Geneva Lake by the Schriber family until we purchased  the boat in 2001.  After we purchased the boat, we did a light refinish on  the exterior and totally replaced the interior, no mechanical work outside  routine annual maintenance has been required.  The boat was never named  under the Schriber family ownership, so I thought long and hard as to why I have  this boat and finally came up with an appropriate name.  After a 36  year career in the Fire Department, the name "Fire Escape"  seemed to fit the bill.  Now she sees continual service all summer long  providing my wife and I along with family and friends the pleasure of crossing  the waters of Geneva Lake in a true classic boat.

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2010 Streblow 23 Vee Drive - 'Bucket List'
Owner: Jimmy Kelsey
Home Port: Lake Geneva, WI

As Randy's final build Bucket List holds a special place in our hearts. Built over the course of two years this beauty is a prime example of what Streblow Custom Boats is capable of. The late Mr. Renner, Randy and Steve Horton worked over every detail of her design from start to the final touches. This boat showcases many firsts for the company: Full floating wrap around seating, built in helm seating pulling the beauty of the deck into the interior, removable seat cushions, allowing the interior color to be changed easily, full stainless steel and glass windshield, Volvo Penta QL trim tab system allowing the boat to be automatically leveled in any conditions, molded in speaker grills and full mahogany aft deck with hydraulic hatch. She is currently available with price upon request. Please enjoy.

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1958 Streblow Rebel - 'Rebel Without a Cause'
Owner: Eric Moberg
Home Port: Johnsburg, IL

Eric and Kathy's 1958 Streblow Rebel 19' is one of the oldest surviving Streblow inboards. It was purchased as a derelict in 1994, and was refurbished by the Moberg family over the next 3 years. Most of the planking is original. The Rebel is one of only two 19' Streblows built in 1958, and has the original Cal Connell Cadillac Crusader 390 cu. in. engine. Only one other Streblow used this engine, which was the most powerful engine available in 1958. The Rebel is used regularly on the Fox Chain in Northern Illinois.


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2009 STREBLOW UTILITY - 'RODAN'
Owner: KEN RODECK
Home Port: FONTANA, WI

Last new Streblow built by Randy Streblow. He customizes to my and design to make a special boat for my family.