Home » Ep. 02: Eating Humble Ply

Chris-Craft. Hacker-Craft. GarWood. Century. Brendella? Find out what makes this ultra-rare, plywood ski boat restoration just as impressive as some of the biggest names in antique wooden power boats.

Unlike mahogany boats, plywood boats weren’t built to survive. Most of them, and their histories, rotted away. Our sponsor, ACBS, offers great resources on all kinds of boats, wood boat restoration, and local chapters.

You don’t even need to own a boat to enjoy the many benefits of membership in ACBS: Join ACBS today: https://acbs.org/join/​
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Hit the links below to explore some fascinating boating resources, like Jack Cool’s Archives of early drag boat racing, one family’s classic boating legacy, and an introduction to the fascinating world of collectible toy boats and outboards:

Connect with friendly and helpful wood boat enthusiasts in Northern Idaho at the ACBS Inland Empire Chapter: https://www.inlandempireacbs.net​

Our friends at Hagadone Marine Group offer the best brands backed by exceptional service: https://www.hagadonemarine.com​

If your brand needs a refresh, or your company needs some creative help, visit our talented friends at Range, Inc.: http://www.rangeus.com​

Peruse thousands of fascinating and historic drag boat racing photos from the Jack Cool Archives. You can buy great, vintage photos really cheap: https://www.facebook.com/JackCoolArchives/

Be careful, or you’ll get totally hooked on collectible toy boats and some really awesome miniature outboard motors here: toyoutboardmotors.com
With some old films here:  http://toyoutboardmotors.com/videos.htm

Yandt Boat Works is one of the oldest names in boat building in the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho area, and Wes Yandt is an excellent photographer, boat restorer, and steward of his family’s legacy. Follow his boat restoration adventures and wisdom here: https://yandtboats.wordpress.com/about/

The Museum of North Idaho offers some great exhibits and preserves the colorful history of the region. Start your visit online: https://museumni.org

Love antique power boats? You don’t have to own an antique or classic boat to join ACBS . For a very reasonable annual membership, you get an elegant quarterly magazine, Rudder, weekly emails with great classic boat stories, member discounts on a range of services, and Members’ Only access to high quality, online boat restoration tutorials and a wealth of resources. And be sure to register for the 2021 International Antique & Classic Boat Show!
Join ACBS today: https://acbs.org/join/​

Plan your visit by visiting the Coeur d’Alene Convention & Visitor Bureau, Inc. This is a first class organization, and they do a great job of promoting one of our new favorite destinations: https://www.coeurdalene.org

Got your own barn find that needs a first class, award-worthy restoration?
Check out Wood Boat Endeavor: https://www.woodboatendeavor.com​

Learn more about sustainable forestry, educational resources, and career opportunities at:
Idaho Forest Group: https://idfg.com
Idaho Forest Products Commission: https://idahoforests.org
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​Aside from the ACBS sponsorhship, this episode contains NO paid product placements or endorsements.

Music Licensing:
Main Theme licensed by Warner Chappell Production Music:
All other music in this episode licensed by Audio Jungle.

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