A view from the rear deck of the Riverside Inn next to Bob Mason Park, where some meet attendees stayed.
Dick Curvin displayed these prewar Johnson outboards.
Glenn Wallen's display had an interestng mix of rare & unusual air-cooled motors.
Glenn's 1 HP Auto Products was just one of his many unusual air-cooled motors on display.
Another of Glenn's obscure air-cooled offerings was this Propulsion Research K-100.
Oddest of the odd was Joe Maier's pristine 1965 3 HP Cal-Jet.
Joe's gorgeous 1947 2-1/2 HP Lawson Sport King was one of the prettiest motors on display.
Joe's 2-1/2 HP Bendix Inboard won the award for Most Unusual Motor.
Steve Stella fires up & runs his Mercury Silent Six on his great-looking Penn-Yan.
Roger Stamer's Bendix Eclipse
Several nice boat-motor combos were on display or running on the river.
Gene Carroll won the Golden Prop award, polished to a high sheen by Craig Gomersall.
Stan Bricker hands Craig Gomersall his Outboarder of the Year plaque, which Craig will no doubt polish!
The award winners pose for a group photo.
Rick Boyette cruises down the Caloosahatchee River in his 1971 Cobia w/original Merc 800. See you next month at Lake Osbourne!