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1976 Taylor Jetboat Classic SS

$6,500.00

Cincinnati, Ohio

Year 1976

Make Taylor

Model Classic SS

Category Jet Boats

Length 21.0

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For sale by motivated owner. It is a really nice boat and trailer. It has been covered, the engine etc. gone over and anything needed was done. It has storage between the seats under the floor for skis. The upholstery is newer. The interior was redesigned to have more seating and also put a cover on the engine so it can be used to get in and also for sitting and sunbathing. The tires are newer and are Michelin. The hitch has been replaced with a bulldog hitch. It has trailer brakes.

1974 Taylor SS Outboard ~~RARE~~

$650.00

Wapakoneta, Ohio

Year 1974

Make Taylor

Model SS

Category -

Length 14.0

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You are looking at a 1974 Taylor SS Outboard hull. Taylor mainly made inboard boats with jet drives so this boat has been hard to look up! The trailer needs work or to be replaced and as I said about the hull, the stringers in the bottom have given way because of it sitting on the trailer full of water at the time of purchase. Also, the transom is starting to become weak. All the decks are in great shape and just need to be clearcoated again! Still has the glitter from original manufacture! The windshield has a crack about 6-8" in it but I have read online where you are able to purchase new ones.

1974 TAYLOR SS **JET BOAT**

$4,700.00

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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74 taylor jet boat for sale, 455 olds, lots of new stuff, call for more info 405-201-3400 located in OKC OK

1986 Taylor SS

$9,000.00

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

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Private Seller (918) 313-2491 Photos Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 5 Close Request Information * Name First Name * Email Telephone (optional) Best Time to Contact Anytime Morning Mid-day Evening Question/Comments (optional) Shop Safely: Protect Your Money. By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Contact Seller 1986 Taylor SS,1986 Taylor SS jet boat. Second owner since 1989. Custom paint job by Aldos Kustoms in 2011. Interior and carpet both new within last 5 years. 454 Chevy engine with Berkley jet drive pump and manual place divertor. $9,000 obo. 918.313.2491 Be sure: Get a boat history report|Finance this boat|Get an insurance quote|

1975 Taylor SS

$75,000.00

Panama City, Florida

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1975 Taylor SS, Sell or Trade: 1975 18' Taylor SS Jet Drive: American Turbine SD-312 mixed flow pump with custom built performance parts.Engine: BBC 509ci 1200hp. Dart Motown Block, Crower Center Counter Weighted Crank, Oliver Steel Billet Rods, JE Custom Forged Aluminum Pistons, Fel-Pro Lock Wire Head Gaskets, Custom CNC Chambered & Ported Edelbrock Aluminum Heads, CV Products Hi-Rev Sever Duty Valves and Springs, Iskenderian Custom Grind Solid Roller Cam, Jesel Shaft Mounted Roller Rockers, Fuel Air Spark Technology Fuel Injection and Engine Management System, Vari-Cool Methanol Injection System, 8-71 BDS Blower, Teague Marine Super-Chiller Inter-cooler. Built to sustain 6000 rpms for long periods of time.Paint: Custom Paint by Chris Cruz Artistry, DeLand Florida. House of Colors paints with fifteen coats of clear. 45 days of Airbrushing and finish coats.Drag"N"Fever was a three year restoration project built to run endurance races on river runs and pleasure use. She is the ultimate water sports tow boat pulling water toys at slow speeds or the nut that dares to ride on a hi-speed inner tube ride. She produces a rooster tail of water at full trim of approximately 50 feet high and 200 feet long.Fuel Capacity: 110 Gallons of Gas, 7 Gallons of Methanol.Fuel Burn: 78 Gallons Per Hour @ Full Throttle.Top Speed: 97mph @ 7000 rpms light on fuel.Top Speed: 86 mph @ 7000 rpms Full Load.See the complete build history and lots of photos at the link below, http://www.screamandfly.com/showthread.php?167460-1975-Taylor-SS-Restoration $75000.00, 8502584423

1970 Sidewinder 16 Super SIdewider Mercury 150

$1,500.00

Dawsonville, Georgia

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california Sidewinder This is are clasic in all original condition. the transom is weak. Seacast will fix it. This is powered by the authentic Tower of Power Mercury 1500. Trailer included. read below the history. we have two of these boats. The other is boat only with no power. Brokered Boat 10.28.11 The Sidewinder trademark (for boats) was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on January 6, 1969, under the name of Los Altos Marine Incorporated, located at 4898 El Camino Real, Los Altos, California. In their 1969 model full colour brochure, Sidewinder Boats claimed to be the world's largest designer/producer of V-bottom ski boats, with manufacturing facilities in California and Canada. Built for speed, Sidewinders were designed for the ultimate in racing, skiing, and personal pleasure. World record holder, Ken Baker, had designed two high performance hulls - the famous V bottom and the new tunnel. These hulls were multi-laminated and assembled by hand. Variety and choice were the order of the day with standard and deluxe versions, thirty-two colour combinations, and power plants from outboard through inboard-outboard and jet available. Appointed with choices of metalflake trim, racing stripes, tuck and roll wrap around vinyl seating, and colour keyed all weather carpeting, these stylish, powerful, and manoeuvrable boats turned heads at many a beach. (In fact they still do!) Models available in 1969 were the V- bottom, low profile (Lo Pro) designs in 16 and 18 ft. lengths. Both could be had in the Deluxe version (16 ft. at 750 lb. and 18 ft. at 900 lb.) or the "stripped down" (100 lb. lighter) Standard versions. They could be had in outboard (135 hp max for the16 and 150 hp max for the 18), inboard/outboard (140 hp max for the 16 and 225 hp max for the 18) or jet drive (350 hp max for the 16 and 500 hp max for the 18 - although text in the brochure claims up to 600 horsepower was available!) Engines up to 455 cu. in. could be had. The tunnel model version, used predominately for racing, was available in either a 15 ft. or 17 ft. length, and could be custom built for single, double and triple outboard engine classes. The revolutionary Super Sidewinder 16/18 ft. design was filed for a patent (by Ken Baker and Ronald Plescia) in the US on October 17, 1969 and granted patent on November 3, 1970 (Patent Number 219,118). Subsequent patent designs were filed and granted for the 14 ft. Super, XL deep-vee, and XL Tri-hull. In 1970, Sidewinder relocated from Los Altos, up the road to 3545 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. In 1970 and '71 boats were also manufactured in Murfreesboro, tennessee. Meanwhile Sidewinders were being manufactured under the Cobra name, by California Fiberglass Limited in British Columbia, Canada. In 1971, Ken Baker, president of Sidewinder Marine, Inc. in Palo Alto, California was in litigation over a lawsuit filed by Sidewinder Marine against twenty manufacturers, who had copied the revolutionary Super Sidewinder design, first produced in 1970. Imitators included Marlin, Tahiti, Wriedt, and Taylor. In 1971/72 production moved from Palo Alto to Anderson, CA. and by July 1972, at least four manufacturers had admitted infringement on the Sidewinder design patents. About 1971 Canadian Sidewinder production moved to Ontario, where, by 1972, they were manufactured as Sidewinders - not Cobras, by California Glass Marine. In 1974 the Thompson Boat Company purchased manufacturing rights for Sidewinder boats and continued to manufacture them under the Sidewinder banner at Peshtigo, wisconsin. Later Sidewinders (by this time only the 16 and 18 ft. Super models) were built by Thompson in St. Charles, michigan and finally in Swan Creek, Michigan. In Canada the last Sidewinders were made in the late 1980's and California Glass Marine folded in the early '90's. The last US Sidewinder (the 18SS) appeared in the 1990 Thompson Boat Company brochure. Thompson met its demise in September 2002, when the assets were sold in a liquidation auction. 1969 Information

1970 Sidewinder 16 Super SIdewider Mercury 150

$1,500.00

Dawsonville, Georgia

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1970 Sidewinder 16 Super SIdewider Mercury 150 California Sidewinder This is are clasic in all original condition. the transom is weak. Seacast will fix it. This is powered by the authentic Tower of Power Mercury 1500. Trailer included. read below the history. we have two of these boats. The other is boat only with no power. Brokered Boat 10.28.11 The Sidewinder trademark (for boats) was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on January 6 1969 under the name of Los Altos Marine Incorporated located at 4898 El Camino Real Los Altos California. In their 1969 model full colour brochure Sidewinder Boats claimed to be the world's largest designer/producer of V-bottom ski boats with manufacturing facilities in California and Canada. Built for speed Sidewinders were designed for the ultimate in racing skiing and personal pleasure. World record holder Ken Baker had designed two high performance hulls - the famous V bottom and the new tunnel. These hulls were multi-laminated and assembled by hand. Variety and choice were the order of the day with standard and deluxe versions thirty-two colour combinations and power plants from outboard through inboard-outboard and jet available. Appointed with choices of metalflake trim racing stripes tuck and roll wrap around vinyl seating and colour keyed all weather carpeting these stylish powerful and manoeuvrable boats turned heads at many a beach. (In fact they still do!) Models available in 1969 were the V- bottom low profile (Lo Pro) designs in 16 and 18 ft. lengths. Both could be had in the Deluxe version (16 ft. at 750 lb. and 18 ft. at 900 lb.) or the "stripped down" (100 lb. lighter) Standard versions. They could be had in outboard (135 hp max for the16 and 150 hp max for the 18) inboard/outboard (140 hp max for the 16 and 225 hp max for the 18) or jet drive (350 hp max for the 16 and 500 hp max for the 18 - although text in the brochure claims up to 600 horsepower was available!) Engines up to 455 cu. in. could be had. The tunnel model version used predominately for racing was available in either a 15 ft. or 17 ft. length and could be custom built for single double and triple outboard engine classes. The revolutionary Super Sidewinder 16/18 ft. design was filed for a patent (by Ken Baker and Ronald Plescia) in the US on October 17 1969 and granted patent on November 3 1970 (Patent Number 219 118). Subsequent patent designs were filed and granted for the 14 ft. Super XL deep-vee and XL Tri-hull. In 1970 Sidewinder relocated from Los Altos up the road to 3545 El Camino Real Palo Alto. In 1970 and '71 boats were also manufactured in Murfreesboro Tennessee. Meanwhile Sidewinders were being manufactured under the Cobra name by California Fiberglass Limited in British Columbia Canada. In 1971 Ken Baker president of Sidewinder Marine Inc. in Palo Alto California was in litigation over a lawsuit filed by Sidewinder Marine against twenty manufacturers who had copied the revolutionary Super Sidewinder design first produced in 1970. Imitators included Marlin Tahiti Wriedt and Taylor. In 1971/72 production moved from Palo Alto to Anderson CA. and by July 1972 at least four manufacturers had admitted infringement on the Sidewinder design patents. About 1971 Canadian Sidewinder production moved to Ontario where by 1972 they were manufactured as Sidewinders - not Cobras by California Glass Marine. In 1974 the Thompson Boat Company purchased manufacturing rights for Sidewinder boats and continued to manufacture them under the Sidewinder banner at Peshtigo Wisconsin. Later Sidewinders (by this time only the 16 and 18 ft. Super models) were built by Thompson in St. Charles Michigan and finally in Swan Creek Michigan. In Canada the last Sidewinders were made in the late 1980's and California Glass Marine folded in the early '90's. The last US Sidewinder (the 18SS) appeared in the 1990 Thompson Boat Company brochure. Thompson met its demise in September 2002 when the assets were sold in a liquidation auction. 1969 Information Boats|Runabouts [3441 PSN]

1970 Sidewinder 16 Super SIdewider Mercury 150

$1,500.00

Dawsonville, Georgia

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Model -

Category -

Length -

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california Sidewinder This is are clasic in all original condition. the transom is weak. Seacast will fix it. This is powered by the authentic Tower of Power Mercury 1500. Trailer included. read below the history. we have two of these boats. The other is boat only with no power. Brokered Boat 10.28.11 The Sidewinder trademark (for boats) was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on January 6, 1969, under the name of Los Altos Marine Incorporated, located at 4898 El Camino Real, Los Altos, California. In their 1969 model full colour brochure, Sidewinder Boats claimed to be the world's largest designer/producer of V-bottom ski boats, with manufacturing facilities in California and Canada. Built for speed, Sidewinders were designed for the ultimate in racing, skiing, and personal pleasure. World record holder, Ken Baker, had designed two high performance hulls - the famous V bottom and the new tunnel. These hulls were multi-laminated and assembled by hand. Variety and choice were the order of the day with standard and deluxe versions, thirty-two colour combinations, and power plants from outboard through inboard-outboard and jet available. Appointed with choices of metalflake trim, racing stripes, tuck and roll wrap around vinyl seating, and colour keyed all weather carpeting, these stylish, powerful, and manoeuvrable boats turned heads at many a beach. (In fact they still do!) Models available in 1969 were the V- bottom, low profile (Lo Pro) designs in 16 and 18 ft. lengths. Both could be had in the Deluxe version (16 ft. at 750 lb. and 18 ft. at 900 lb.) or the "stripped down" (100 lb. lighter) Standard versions. They could be had in outboard (135 hp max for the16 and 150 hp max for the 18), inboard/outboard (140 hp max for the 16 and 225 hp max for the 18) or jet drive (350 hp max for the 16 and 500 hp max for the 18 - although text in the brochure claims up to 600 horsepower was available!) Engines up to 455 cu. in. could be had. The tunnel model version, used predominately for racing, was available in either a 15 ft. or 17 ft. length, and could be custom built for single, double and triple outboard engine classes. The revolutionary Super Sidewinder 16/18 ft. design was filed for a patent (by Ken Baker and Ronald Plescia) in the US on October 17, 1969 and granted patent on November 3, 1970 (Patent Number 219,118). Subsequent patent designs were filed and granted for the 14 ft. Super, XL deep-vee, and XL Tri-hull. In 1970, Sidewinder relocated from Los Altos, up the road to 3545 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. In 1970 and '71 boats were also manufactured in Murfreesboro, tennessee. Meanwhile Sidewinders were being manufactured under the Cobra name, by California Fiberglass Limited in British Columbia, Canada. In 1971, Ken Baker, president of Sidewinder Marine, Inc. in Palo Alto, California was in litigation over a lawsuit filed by Sidewinder Marine against twenty manufacturers, who had copied the revolutionary Super Sidewinder design, first produced in 1970. Imitators included Marlin, Tahiti, Wriedt, and Taylor. In 1971/72 production moved from Palo Alto to Anderson, CA. and by July 1972, at least four manufacturers had admitted infringement on the Sidewinder design patents. About 1971 Canadian Sidewinder production moved to Ontario, where, by 1972, they were manufactured as Sidewinders - not Cobras, by California Glass Marine. In 1974 the Thompson Boat Company purchased manufacturing rights for Sidewinder boats and continued to manufacture them under the Sidewinder banner at Peshtigo, wisconsin. Later Sidewinders (by this time only the 16 and 18 ft. Super models) were built by Thompson in St. Charles, michigan and finally in Swan Creek, Michigan. In Canada the last Sidewinders were made in the late 1980's and California Glass Marine folded in the early '90's. The last US Sidewinder (the 18SS) appeared in the 1990 Thompson Boat Company brochure. Thompson met its demise in September 2002, when the assets were sold in a liquidation auction. 1969 Information

1970 Sidewinder Sidewinder Performance Outboard Hull

$550.00

Dawsonville, Georgia

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Classic Performance Hull Better hurry! Recycling begins in September.Hull in good shape. Needs interior. The Sidewinder trademark (for boats) was filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on January 6, 1969, under the name of Los Altos Marine Incorporated, located at 4898 El Camino Real, Los Altos, california. In their 1969 model full colour brochure, Sidewinder Boats claimed to be the world's largest designer/producer of V-bottom ski boats, with manufacturing facilities in California and Canada. Built for speed, Sidewinders were designed for the ultimate in racing, skiing, and personal pleasure. World record holder, Ken Baker, had designed two high performance hulls - the famous V bottom and the new tunnel. These hulls were multi-laminated and assembled by hand. Variety and choice were the order of the day with standard and deluxe versions, thirty-two colour combinations, and power plants from outboard through inboard-outboard and jet available. Appointed with choices of metalflake trim, racing stripes, tuck and roll wrap around vinyl seating, and colour keyed all weather carpeting, these stylish, powerful, and manoeuvrable boats turned heads at many a beach. (In fact they still do!) Models available in 1969 were the V- bottom, low profile (Lo Pro) designs in 16 and 18 ft. lengths. Both could be had in the Deluxe version (16 ft. at 750 lb. and 18 ft. at 900 lb.) or the "stripped down" (100 lb. lighter) Standard versions. They could be had in outboard (135 hp max for the16 and 150 hp max for the 18), inboard/outboard (140 hp max for the 16 and 225 hp max for the 18) or jet drive (350 hp max for the 16 and 500 hp max for the 18 - although text in the brochure claims up to 600 horsepower was available!) Engines up to 455 cu. in. could be had. The tunnel model version, used predominately for racing, was available in either a 15 ft. or 17 ft. length, and could be custom built for single, double and triple outboard engine classes. The revolutionary Super Sidewinder 16/18 ft. design was filed for a patent (by Ken Baker and Ronald Plescia) in the US on October 17, 1969 and granted patent on November 3, 1970 (Patent Number 219,118). Subsequent patent designs were filed and granted for the 14 ft. Super, XL deep-vee, and XL Tri-hull. In 1970, Sidewinder relocated from Los Altos, up the road to 3545 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. In 1970 and '71 boats were also manufactured in Murfreesboro, tennessee. Meanwhile Sidewinders were being manufactured under the Cobra name, by California Fiberglass Limited in British Columbia, Canada. In 1971, Ken Baker, president of Sidewinder Marine, Inc. in Palo Alto, California was in litigation over a lawsuit filed by Sidewinder Marine against twenty manufacturers, who had copied the revolutionary Super Sidewinder design, first produced in 1970. Imitators included Marlin, Tahiti, Wriedt, and Taylor. In 1971/72 production moved from Palo Alto to Anderson, CA. and by July 1972, at least four manufacturers had admitted infringement on the Sidewinder design patents. About 1971 Canadian Sidewinder production moved to Ontario, where, by 1972, they were manufactured as Sidewinders - not Cobras, by California Glass Marine. In 1974 the Thompson Boat Company purchased manufacturing rights for Sidewinder boats and continued to manufacture them under the Sidewinder banner at Peshtigo, wisconsin. Later Sidewinders (by this time only the 16 and 18 ft. Super models) were built by Thompson in St. Charles, michigan and finally in Swan Creek, Michigan. In Canada the last Sidewinders were made in the late 1980's and California Glass Marine folded in the early '90's. The last US Sidewinder (the 18SS) appeared in the 1990 Thompson Boat Company brochure. Thompson met its demise in September 2002, when the assets were sold in a liquidation auction. 1969 Information Call for details. Layaway available on most all boats. LML 11.1.11........... Our 15 acre boat yard has over 100 new trailers deeply discounted, over 250 used trailers, over 100 complete outboards, over 250 incomplete outboards for part, over 50 complete inboard outboard systems, over 150 incomplete inboard and outboard systems, literally millions of used hard to find parts. Plus over 13,000 new parts, no longer available hard to find. Additionally 350 complete boats and 350 project boats all in one location. Largest inventory in the southeast. LML 10/8/10. BC