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Chris Craft 36' Roamer hard top. Not sure of the year. The Roamer was Chris Craft's steel hulled line.

Not sure of the year. The Roamer was Chris Craft's steel hulled line. * 1965 * per Dave Turner.

Weighing much less than the Packard V-12s, the radical Millers saw testing in Miss America VIII on the Harlem River in the fall of 1931, where it was clocked at 104 mph. Nothing short of revolutionary, the Millers were designed to rev to 6,000rpm when the racing Packards, like most high-performance engines of the day had a maximum rpm of 2,500. The comparatively lightweight Millers were putting out an estimated 1,800-hp each. These Miller V-16 engines were the last to power Miss America VIII

1929 Miss America VIII with 1931 Twin Miller Engines - Gar Wood quote…

Woody boat....Some friends of mine in Oregon had one of these & I fell in love with it........

reminds me some of my dad's Lyman- love classic wooden boats

Classic  Gentleman’s Essentials

Classic Gentleman’s Essentials

Discover Riva Iseo, a luxury yacht of our fleet, and look at the images of this luxury boat.

Just because you have a large fancy boat does not mean you can't have fun with it

Boats, Boats, Boats – Images From The Popular And Successful 2012 Lake Dora Boat Show

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