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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Sold - Fascinating Boats, Outboard Motors, Small Engines, and More

Editor's note: Many thanks to the owner and his family for making this auction event a success!

Interesting Auction Announcement
Auction Information

 Collector Cars, Replica WW I Fighter Plane, Boats, Marine Engines., Toys, Folk Art and Memorabilia from a lifelong and noted private collector

Auction Date: August 25, 2012

Start Time: 10:30 am

Sale Location:7398 Cavan Road,Bewdley,Ontario (NE of Oshawa near HWY 401)

Directions: HWY 401 East to HWY 28 North. Proceed 13 KM to the 9th Concession, then go east 1 km to Sackville Bridge Road. Turn north toCavan Road, turn right and go over the bridge to sale location on North side of road.

Food and refreshments will also be available for all bidders and visitors.


1937 22-Foot Aluminum-Hull Whale Boat
Built 3-31-1937 by Frank Morrison & Son, Cleveland, Ohio
Complete with air tanks, rudder, oars, mast. Reportedly used during  WW II as an Admiral's Gig on a US Navy Cruiser





Peterborough Canoe Co. 13-Foot Square-Stern Cedar Strip Boat







Outboard and Utility Motors 


Five (5) Johnson Outboard Boat Motors Including:
  • -1935 K35 (Mfg. Peterborough, Ontario)
  • -Model A-35
  • - Model A-4
  • - Model 200 opposed twin
  • - 1924 Model 40 (Mfg. South Bend, Indiana) - built for salt-water use with brass propeller assembly



British Seagull single-cylinder, complete with 4-blade propeller



"Super Elto" 2-cylinder Light Twin (Built by Elto in Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
"Knuckle Start"
Designed and built by Ole Evinrude, circa 1924-1930





Coventry Victor engine and transmission, circa 1948
Complete with starter, generator and hand crank


St. Lawrence Single-Cylinder Engine



Waterman Inline 2-cylinder Fire-Pump Engine
Interesting early twin with copper water jackets


Three (3) Brass boat propellers
Various sizes, 2 x 3-blade, 1 x 2-blade



Brass Reversible-Pitch Outboard Boat Propeller with Driveshaft

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