Vintage boat auction set for Minnesota

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Mahogany Bay, of Mound, Minn., and Mecum Auctions are hosting The Warner Collection Vintage Boat Auction, featuring a mix of more than 100 vintage wooden boats built from 1897 to 1996.

The auction is set for Oct. 15-16 at Mahogany Bay's storage complex in Winsted, Minn.

In addition to boats, 115 engines, thousands of rare parts, collectibles and vintage boating memorabilia will be auctioned.

"This event is truly history in the making as the soul of our boating heritage. These boats are an American treasure in terms of value, uniqueness and rarity and represent an opportunity for people to own a piece of American history," said F. Todd Warner, founder and owner of Mahogany Bay, in a statement.

Click here for auction information or call (952) 594-5395.

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