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1951 Wagemaker Wolverine

Estimated price for orientation: 4 550 $

Category: Runabouts

Condition: Used Year: 1951
Trailer: Included Make: Wagemaker
Engine Make: Evinrude Engine Model: Wolverine
For Sale By: Private Seller Length (feet): 14

Original 1951 Wagemaker Wood Runabout Boat, 1959 35hp Evinrude, Tee-Nee Trailer, Sign Family heirloom purchased by my grandfather in 1951. It was removed from his Iowa barn in 2014 and beautifully preserved in 2015 by Mahogany Bay out of Mound, Minnesota at a cost of $3,634. Includes original Tee-Nee trailer, which is a huge collectible item itself. Please note that the original trailer hubcaps are included, as is a 1959 35hp Johnson Evinrude motor. Buyer will also receive a huge folder of original purchase receipts, brochures, service manuals, and much more! Last year I purchased the pictured 6 foot, handmade sign at a cost of $450 from a professional sign maker out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Buyer will receive the sign as well. The sign and boat together make a spectacular display. I will also include boat and motor covers, as well as the motor’s rolling cart. I am sincerely saddened to part with the boat, but have simply run out of room. Aside from it being a part of our family for many years, it is truly a piece of art – a time capsule preserved from the past. Hopefully someone else will enjoy it as it should be. Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you for looking. Available for pick-up only.
On Jul-07-16 at 11:09:42 PDT, seller added the following information:Additional NotesAmong other things, the restoration included: removal and reinstallation of boat hardware, sanding and varnishing with 3 coats of satin (which was original factory finish), polishing of all chrome, painting of splash rail, and replacement of glass windshield to correct 1951 shape. New lighting and tires on trailer, with newly greased hubs. Will include original anchor, paddles and any other related items that I can locate. Thank you again.