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19' Center Console Trophy Pro.

19' Center Console Trophy Pro.

$25,500

Havertown, Pennsylvania

Year 2012

Make Trophy

Model 19' Center Console

Category -

Length 19.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Great Boat! We Rae selling because we just don't use the boat enough. Very low hours, boat is immaculate. Great for fishing the back bays and inshore. Trolling motor runs off of two batteries(included), has a remote control. This makes it easy and fun to sneak up on the fish. Also a great boat to take the family out in. 19' Trophy Pro115 hp Mercury, cushion package, VHF, fish/depth finder, Motorguide salt water trolling motor, trailer all included. Located in Cape May NJ. CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. 610-299-1906

Boat Cadillac Marine 1958 Runabout excellent condition

Boat Cadillac Marine 1958 Runabout excellent condition

$4,900

Havertown, Pennsylvania

Year 1958

Make Cadillac Marine

Model 554

Category -

Length 14.0

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale is my 1958 Cadillac Marine 14 ft. Mahogany boat. Includes 15 Hp Johnson engine and trailer. Engine was fully serviced and in perfect running condition. This boat has no leaks and is ready to go in the water. I have used in in several lakes in Pa and also used it once in Ocean City NJ at Night in Venice in which it won in the Classic Boat category. This boat is a real head turner when you are out. Its lots of fun to drive. Holds 4 adults easily. Comes with fish/depth finder and radio. Looking for a perfect home. Cadillac Boat Company [II] Cadillac Boat Company was a firm of boat builders located in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan, established in 1953. The company was located at 110 7th Street in Cadillac. In 1955, John Bushnell served as manager, secretary, sales manager and purchasing agent. The company employed 27 men and 3 women in 1955. By 1957, employment shot upward to 164 males and 3 females. The company appears to have been renamed Cadillac Marine and Boat Company after 1957. Cadillac Marine and Boat Company Cadillac Marine & Boat Company was a boat building firm located in Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan between 1958 and 1960, and a continuation of Cadillac Boat Company under the ownership of Wagemaker Co. of Grand Rapids, Michigan. 1958 models were advertised in the 1958 brochure of Wagemaker Wolverine Boats. The company was located at 110 7th St., P.O. Box 65, in Cadillac. Gaylord Gill was the Manager of the firm in 1960. The company was established in 1953. In 1960 the company employed 281 males and 3 females. Sources: Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record. The Directory of Michigan Manufacturers, 1955 (Detroit, MI: Manufacturer Publishing Co., 1954.) p. 365--classified products section. p. 48-geographic section. Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record. The Directory of Michigan Manufacturers, 1957 (Detroit, MI: Manufacturer Publishing Co., 1956.) p. 389--classified products section. Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record. The Directory of Michigan Manufacturers, 1959 (Detroit, MI: Manufacturer Publishing Co., 1958.) p. 401--classified products section. Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record. The Directory of Michigan Manufacturers, 1960 (Detroit, MI: Manufacturer Publishing Co., 1960.) p. 410--classified products section. p. 52-geographic section. CADILLAC BOAT HISTORY By Andreas Jordahl Rhude thompsonboat@msn.com 22 July 2010 Cadillac Marine & Boat Company of Cadillac, Michigan started in September 1953 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Wagemaker Company. Boat builder Wagemaker of Grand Rapids, Michigan also owned U.S. Molded Shapes, Inc. and Mr. Raymond O. Wagemaker was president of all three firms. The Cadillac Chamber of Commerce was instrumental in luring the boat firm to the city. Across town was a branch plant of Chris-Craft that opened up in 1941. Cadillac made aluminum fishing boats and runabouts. U.S. Molded Shapes made molded veneer boat hulls for Wagemaker which finished them and marketed the boats as Wagemaker Wolverine. Cadillac also made wooden boats with hulls from U.S. Molded Shapes. Between December 1953 and August 1955 Cadillac made 5,300 boats. A production of 7,000 boats annually was not uncommon in subsequent years. A January 1955 full page ad by Cadillac appeared in The Boating Industry trade magazine. They were promoting aluminum, molded wood, and strip-built boats. A photo of their large 100,000 square foot modern plant was prominent in the ad. Wagemaker Company started Empire Boats, Inc. of Frankfort, New York in 1955 to make aluminum, molded veneer, and fiberglass pleasure boats. They were attempting to cover all bases by having wood, aluminum, and fiberglass watercraft in their product mix. 185 Cadillac workers were on strike in July 1956. Two of the strikers were arrested and held in jail on August seventh with charges of malicious destruction of property on the plant grounds. They were accused of turning on fire suppression sprinklers which damaged office files and plant equipment to the tune of $10,000. A $750,000 fire wiped out the Wagemaker plant at Grand Rapids in February 1957. One thousand five hundred hulls were destroyed in addition to production space and equipment. A great deal of production of wooden boats was shifted to Cadillac Marine and Boat Co. To cover all markets, Cadillac added fiberglass boats to their product line in 1959. Probably one of the wildest boats ever conceived was the sixteen-foot Sea Lark. Industrial design Brooks Stevens was on retainer with Evinrude Motors for many years. He was commissioned to design an annual feature boat on which Evinrude could hang their newest motor. It was displayed with great fan fair at the annual Chicago and New York international boat shows. The boat was not necessarily intended to be built for public consumption. It was a means for Evinrude to gain great publicity for their outboard motors. In 1957 Brooks came up with the Sea Lark to promote the new 35 horse power Lark outboard motor. The boat had a molded wood hull with fiberglass deck and aluminum trim. It was a marriage of the three boat building operations owned by Ray Wagemaker. The sporty two seat speedster had massive fins and featured twin bubble windshields. As far as can be determined, Cadillac made two of these boats. One has been discovered and is the coveted possession of a classic boat collector today. The boat firm first filed for trademark protection of “Cadillac” on October 28, 1955 and it was published in the Official U.S. Patent Register in March 1956. A month later General Motors filed an opposition with the Patent and Trademark Office. Going a step further, General Motors filed a lawsuit against Cadillac Marine & Boat Co. in February 1957 claiming the auto maker had rights to the name "Cadillac" and they wanted the boat builder to cease and desist using the name. In 1964 a federal court slapped the automaker's hands and said they did not have a monopoly on the name Cadillac. GM was ordered to pay $41,000 to the boat maker for legal fees and loss of reputation. Cadillac Boat had a full page ad in The Boating Industry in May 1958. They pictured and describe aluminum, combination of aluminum and fiberglass, and molded wood boats. They were promoted as the “sweetest boat afloat.” Wagemaker also had a full page ad and [US Molded Shapes|U.S. Molded Shapes]] had half a page of advertising space in the issue. Thirty workers were back on the job in March 1960 after the plant being closed for one month. On April 15, 1960 Ray Wagemaker sold all his boat operations to three men: Walter E. Schott, Jr.; Charles J. Schott; and Harrison O. Ash. The Schott's also owned Lyman Boat Works of Sandusky, Ohio through their Curtis Manufacturing business. Operations of Wagemaker Wolverine and U.S. Molded Shapes were shifted to Cadillac Marine & Boat Co. after a $250,000 fire hit the U.S. Molded Shapes plant about April 23, 1960, just days after the sale. The former B.F. Goodrich plant at Cadillac was secured for production space. Harrison Ash gained complete control of Wagemaker, Cadillac, and U.S. Molded Shapes in April 1961. He changed the business names to Ash-Craft Company at that time. U.S. Molded Shapes, Inc. at Cadillac, Michigan was on the auction block on Tuesday 10 October 10, 1961. The machinery and brand name and good will were purchased by Chicago businessmen Frank Zale and Jerry Fencl. Fencl was head of Delta Boat and Marine Sales of Oaklawn, a builder of wooden boats. They had been obtaining their hulls from the Cadillac operation. Fencl’s brother Milo operated MiloCraft Boats of Chicago, another builder of molded veneer boats. Only a few months later, in January 1962, U.S. Molded Shapes was sold to Kenneth Zick of Charlotte, Michigan. Eighteen workers were on the payroll at the time. U.S. Molded Shapes of Cadillac was advertising in the January 1962 issue of The Boating Industry. Ash-Craft, makers of Wolverine and Cadillac Boats, had a four page, full color brochure inserted in the magazine. Ash was attempting to move all the boat production to West Virginia under another one of his firm umbrellas, New-Kanawha Industrial Corp. in 1961. On November 2, 1962 all the firms owned by Ash filed for bankruptcy. It cannot determine if boats were ever built in West Virginia. It is not know when boats were no longer being built by Cadillac in Michigan. When the federal court awarded "Cadillac Marine and Boat Co." the $41,000 in 1964 in the failed suit brought by General Motors, it is unknown who got that money. Was it Mr. Ash or was there a corporate shell of Cadillac Marine still around or did it go to the bankruptcy referee or trustee?

1987 Shamrock 200 Cuddy with TandemTrailer

1987 Shamrock 200 Cuddy with TandemTrailer

$5,500

Havertown, Pennsylvania

Year 1987

Make Shamrock Marine

Model 200 Cuddy

Category -

Length 20.0

Posted Over 1 Month

This turnkey boat has a good-running 302 inboard Pleasurecraft engine, looks good and makes a great fishing or family picnic / pleasure boat. Normal wear and tear for her age. Clean and clear title and registration for both boat and trailer. Used only a handful of times this year - and likely the same next year - makes better sense to sell her to someone who will get more use out of her. Well-documented and in nice shape with several improvements and upgrades, including: • New seats • New Bluetooth stereo • Marine-band radio • Lowrance sonar with through-hull transponder • New fuel lines with upgraded sealed Perko fuel cap fills • New removable stainless steel transom-mount dive ladder • Porta-potty • Newer risers and manifolds • Newer transmission • Newer Mallory electronic ignition • Bimini with windshield and side curtains • Twin 25 gallon inboard fuel tanks • All required safety gear, including: fire extinguisher, life vests, throwable safety cushions, horn, paddle, anchor, etc. • Lines, bumpers and hook • Original sales and accessory brochures Galvanized steel trailer is in good shape with newer tires, lights, leaf springs and shackles.

1958 Cadillac Marine Wooden Boat Mahagany 14 ft.like Chris Craft

1958 Cadillac Marine Wooden Boat Mahagany 14 ft.like Chris Craft

$9,250

Havertown, Pennsylvania

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale is a 1958 Cadillac Marine power boat. Manufactured in Cadillac Michigan for a few years. I have restored this boat and had the engine checked out for fun cruising. The boat is bottom painted but is best for use in lakes and rivers. In 2013 it was entered in Night in Venice at Ocean City NJ and won the classic boat category. Engine is a 15 HP Johnson Engine from 1999. There is a 9.9HP sticker on the engine since al local lake has a 10 HP max engine size requirement. Apparently this was common to add the sticker for the lake. I simply do not have time to enjoy is as I have another boat and other toys that keep me busy. The windshield has a crack in it. Otherwise everything works as it should. New bilge pump and Navigation light.This boat is looking for a good home.

1958 Cadillac Marine Wooden Boat Mahagany 14 ft.

1958 Cadillac Marine Wooden Boat Mahagany 14 ft.

$9,500

Havertown, Pennsylvania

Year -

Make -

Model -

Category -

Length -

Posted Over 1 Month

For Sale is a 1958 Cadillac Marine power boat. Manufactured in Cadillac Michigan for a few years. I have restored this boat and had the engine checked out for fun cruising. The boat is bottom painted but is best for use in lakes and rivers. In 2013 it was entered in Night in Venice at Ocean City NJ and won the classic boat category. I simply do not have time to enjoy is as I have another boat and other toys that keep me busy. The windshield has a crack in it. Otherwise everything works as it should. New bilge pump and Navigation light.This boat is looking for a good home.