Clifford Alley

dwnhmr

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Probably not many fans of wooden boats on here, but I have 36' Cliff Alley for sale. For those who have the book by Virginia Thorndike are familiar with this boat. Boat has been extensively redone. Much of it by a professional guy when ever possible. I can provide much more info if there is an interest.
The basics: Cedar on Oak, 120 HP Ford Lehman, Borg Warner Velvet Drive marine gear $ 38,000

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Rearmount

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Location
sayville, NY
Boat Make
34' mainship Pilot
As a wood boat owner, I can appreciate the" love" needed to keep her looking like that.
 

JDion36

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Green Harbor, MA
Boat Make
1962 Custom Carolina.
What's the beam and what year was she built? I have a 1962 wooden Carolina boat so the wood doesn't scare me.
 

traditions

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mid coast maine, muscle ridge channel
Boat Make
38 Holland
Nice job saving her.The last time I saw her she was in Camden at Devine's and she was looking pretty hard.I never knew why the port lights were so long.It gives a distinctive look thats for sure.
 

dwnhmr

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Originally built in 71, with a 10' beam
 
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