Offered by Bring a Trailer Auctions, a digital auction platform, and Ferco Motors in Miami, one of the most significant offshore racing boats in history is currently up for auction. That’s right, the 1984 Apache Powerboats 41′ V-bottom Warpath is going to end up in the hands of the highest bidder once the online auction ends on Sunday morning (Sept. 19).
Built by Bobby Saccenti of Apache Powerboats in 1984, the 41-foot powerboat that won that year’s American Power Boat Association World Championships in Key West, Fla., was restored more than 10 years ago. According to the auction listing, everything was gone through by the original artist, Gail Paik, and crew chief and Team Apache navigator, Tom Evans.
The listing also stated that hull #001 spent time in Massachusetts before it was moved back to Florida, acquired by the selling dealer in 2007 and restored to like-new condition during the next couple of years. The boat features a Kevlar hull finished in blue and tan with period livery, and its three-place cockpit was reupholstered to match.
Check out the slideshow above for more images of the restored Warpath Apache.
The engines—a pair of Keith Eickert-sourced 1,000-hp supercharged 572-cubic-inch big-block V8s that have were completely gone through by Barry Walker of Airflow Technologies less than 15 hours ago—are paired with Speedmaster No. 6 outdrives. Warpath is offered with a custom-built aluminum All American triple-axle trailer, period photos, a certificate of authenticity, a clean Florida title for the boat and a manufacturer’s statement of origin for the trailer.