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Do you like more of a traditional style when it comes to transforming your At we have a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you choose the right style.

My Gdaddy has a couple of these. Fun to look at, a little to loud to ride in...

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I could get used to this kind of lifestyle :)

When it comes to classic speed boats, the Riva Aquariva 33 occupies a well deserved place at the top of the pile. The deck of the Aquariva is famously.

A beautiful wooden yacht Portofino Italy

A beautiful wooden yacht Portofino Italy

"Miss Arrowhead," a 1940 Chris-Craft 27-foot Racing Runabout, powered by a Chris-Craft A120A Race Engine (846 cu. in., 375 HP at 2800 RPM, Speed: 52 MPH). Birdseye maple dash and second and third cockpit consoles. Dual folding Bugatti-style windshields. The largest and fastest "barrel-stern" ever produced by Chris-Craft. The one existing boat of two built in this style.

1940 Chris-Craft Racing Runabout - Wooden boats are amazing.

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Dream Yacht - Superyacht Makes All Billionaires' Existing Yachts Look Merely Clitoral

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A perfect reflection.on Bras D’Or (pronounced Bra-door) Lake, Baddeck, Nova Scotia, by alison (is an inland sea, or large body of partially fresh/ salt water in the centre of Cape Breton Island in the province of Nova Scotia.

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Antique and Classic Wooden boat, wooden boats for sale from Muskoka and Port Carling Not a car but gorgeous!

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Built by New-Zealand based bespoke tender builder Vaudrey Miller, this Open tender to A was styled by Philippe Starck, with naval architecture from Patrick Banfield. My opinion: too much of a good thing!