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1956 Larson "Falls Flyer" 14

$3,500

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Year 1956

Make Larson

Model "Falls Flyer" 14

Category Antique

Length 14

Posted 3 Days Ago

This boat is very original and presents well, the original 3/8" Plexiglass windshield is broken, but all the pieces are there for restoration or fabricating a matching replacement While the engine is said to be restored with included documentation, the carburetor needs cleaning. The seller states the boat runs and operates as it should. This Larson 14 includes a rare 1957 Tee NeeTrailer (1 7/8" coupler), in good shape, includes a spare tire. Stock #136718 Very Rare, this Larson lake boat has a completely rebuilt 1957 Johnson Javelin outboard motor with 20 hours and electric start. If you are in the market for an antique and classic boat, look no further than this 1956 Larson "Falls Flyer" 14, just reduced to $3,500 (offers encouraged). This boat is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Johnson engine that has only 1 hours.

Classic 1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk JR Fiber Glass Runabout with resh Chrome

Classic 1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk JR Fiber Glass Runabout with resh Chrome

$6,950

Council Bluffs, Iowa

Year 1957

Make Larson

Model Thunder Hawk ( JR)

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 14'

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is a 1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk Runabout JR with all the chrome refinished along with new apollstery . If you have a classic car, why not have a classic boat with tail fins. This will boat cruises the lake very well while pulling a tube and turning heads. The boat, and trailer are all included. The boat could use a paint job, and the chrome attached, and it will be the best in show or perfect for the Boat Parade around the lake. We will help with delivery as much as possible. Below is some history of the Larson Boat company OVER A CENTURY OF INNOVATION Larson has pioneered virtually every facet of boat design and construction since the company’s first gas-powered outboard models were introduced in the 1920s. By the 1940s, Larson captured imaginations everywhere with stylish, modern and performance-driven designs – like the legendary Falls Flyer with an airplane-inspired cockpit and body shape. In the following decades, fiberglass manufacturing and deep-V hulls made breakthrough designs possible that were stronger, lighter and more watertight than wood. That tradition of innovation continued into the next century with the introduction of VEC® Composite Technology and the one-piece hulls and integrated stringer systems it has made possible. Today’s Larson Boats are the product of an R&D process over 100 years in the making. They are built with performance, safety and family enjoyment in mind. And more than anything, we build each boat to meet not just your standards, but also those set forth by Paul Larson over a century ago. We invite you to discover the past, present and future of Larson Boats and make our tradition yours.

1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk JR Runabout 25 HP Mercury Outboard Green Classic

1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk JR Runabout 25 HP Mercury Outboard Green Classic

$7,250

Council Bluffs, Iowa

Year 1957

Make Larson

Model Thunder Hawk JR

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 14.0

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is a 1957 Larson 14' Thunder Hawk Runabout JR with 25 HP Mercury Outboard. If you have a classic car, why not have a classic boat. This boat cruises the lake very well while pulling a tube and turning heads. The motor is a late 1990's but has very few hour and is well maintained. The boat, motor and trailer are all included. The boat could use a paint job, and the chrome polished, and it will be the best in show or perfect for the Boat Parade around the lake. We will help with delivery as much as possible. Below is some history of the Larson Boat company OVER A CENTURY OF INNOVATION Larson has pioneered virtually every facet of boat design and construction since the company’s first gas-powered outboard models were introduced in the 1920s. By the 1940s, Larson captured imaginations everywhere with stylish, modern and performance-driven designs – like the legendary Falls Flyer with an airplane-inspired cockpit and body shape. In the following decades, fiberglass manufacturing and deep-V hulls made breakthrough designs possible that were stronger, lighter and more watertight than wood. That tradition of innovation continued into the next century with the introduction of VEC® Composite Technology and the one-piece hulls and integrated stringer systems it has made possible. Today’s Larson Boats are the product of an R&D process over 100 years in the making. They are built with performance, safety and family enjoyment in mind. And more than anything, we build each boat to meet not just your standards, but also those set forth by Paul Larson over a century ago. We invite you to discover the past, present and future of Larson Boats and make our tradition yours.