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19 Feet 1949 Chris Craft Racing Runabout

In 1948 Chris Craft introduced their 19 Foot Racing Runabout. The boats were built to go fast and had larger engines which produced more speed. The boat was a hit and Chris Craft made a total of 503 of them during the time from 1948 through to 1954. This is a beautiful Chris Craft Racing Runabout - Hull # 229. I have owned the boat since May of 2007. Since obtaining the boat I have had a 5200 Bottom put on the boat by a well known restorer. This boat was purchased from a boat broker in Minnesota, delivered to Idaho and underwent a professional keel-up restoration from Retro Natique in Bear Lake, Idaho over the course of several years. She was used extensively in Jackson Lake and Palisades Lake near Jackson Hole, Wyoming until being moved to Newport Beach, California in 2015. The boat was originally equipped with a KBL 131 HP triple carburetors which is the reason for the chrome bubble on the hatches. The broker in Minnesota re-powered the boat with a Chevy 350. In July of 2019, a new Chevy 350 motor was ordered from JEGS in Columbus, Ohio and shipped to California where is was modified for marine use and professionally installed. The Chevy motor is new, dependable and easy to get parts for. She has been shown at the Lake Arrowhead boat show as well as the Balboa Yacht Club Wooden Boat Festival and always turns heads and attracts a big crowd. She has been stored on a trailer and always covered. The boat comes with all of the lines/ropes, life vests, paddles, and “boat gear” and is a “turn key” boat.In 1948 Chris Craft introduced their 19 foot Racing Runabout and made a total of 503 by the time they stopped production in 1954. This Racing Runabout is Hull # 229. I purchased the boat from Mitch Lapointe in 2007 and had the boat professionally restored - keel up restoration using the finest materials. in 2019 the boat received a brand new Chevy 350 from JEGGS of Columbus, Ohio that was installed by one of the boat mechanics recommended by Antique Boat America. In addition to the new motor, the bottom was professionally re-painted in 2019. The boat has been featured in several boat shows turn heads everywhere. Wicked is a "turn-key" boat and comes with all of the lines, life vests, paddles, and necessary boat gear so you can use the boat immediately and make new and lasting memories.

17 Feet 1962 Century Resorter

This boat has been meticulously restored to as close to original or better condition as possible. From stem to stern, bottom to top deck inside and out no detail has been overlooked. A new 5200 double bottom using 1/16 Marine plywood 7/16 African mahogany. White oak was used to replace transom bow, main and sub frames s stem, gripe, keel and battens. All hull material was replaced with book matched African mahogany 1/2” planks. Sandusky Century stain was used on hall mahogany. At least 15 coats of Epifanes varnish was applied. Every piece of lumber that was replaced on this boat was treated with Smith’s clear penetrating epoxy sealant where appropriate. Three coats of bilge paint were applied. CPES was applied to bottom mahogany. That was followed with Interlux 2000E bottom epoxy primer. This one-owner boat was purchased at Reiman's Marine in Conneaut Lake, PA in 1962. It was stored for the last time in 1979 and sat for close to 30 years. The boat was a candidate for restoration. The motor was completely frozen which required a complete overhaul. Boat power is 352 cu.in. Interceptor V-8 with 240 HP. Everything in and on this motor has either been replaced or rebuilt. The Velvet Drive transmission has been totally overhauled. All drivetrain components are new, including shaft, log, shaft, and connecting parts from H&H Smith in Algonac, MI. Gauges were sent to Mark Clawson. He cleaned, re-calibrated, and/or rebuilt every Stewart-Warner gauge. There are less than three hours on the hour gauge since the restoration. The interior is completely new with premium marine grade vinyl, and foam was used in the restoration. Nautolex material was used to replace the flooring. All chrome pieces were at Qual-Krom in Erie, PA. Stainless components were polished by Bruce Dale in Hubbard, OH. This is now a better than factory new. It is a turnkey boat waiting for a new owner.

20 Feet 1928 Chris-Craft Model 100

Hull #7000 - probably the prototype. Modified 3rd cockpit to carry liquor across Lake Erie, interdicted in 1930 and confiscated by US govt for almost 25 years. Boat is "Preserved" - 95% original hull, The boat recently went through a strip and refinish. 2 covering boards and the back deck were replaced. I replaced the wood that the windshield is on. I made a repair around the exhaust pipe. I removed a coaming at the front hatch and put the hatch back flush as it was originally. I sanded, caulked, stained and varnished the boat. Bottom was sanded to bare wood and painted at the same time., Made 2 new flagpoles, installed new stern light. Cleaned and buffed all external stainless and german silver, filed or hammered out dents and scratches in rub rails. Rechromed windshield and brackets and installed new glass. Interior. Cleaned and repainted entire interior in original color. Replaced rotted sistering along stringers. Stripped interior varnish and restained and varnished Dashboard, ceiling boards, some seat parts. Replaced linoleum and edging on floorboards. Installed new floorboard in aft part of 3rd cockpit (“hold”). Built new seat back for driver’s seat. New upholstery and cushions (stuffed, not foam). New wiring throughout, using restoration cloth-covered wire. Instruments and klum went out for restoration. New USCG approved fuel tank. Installed new bilge pump. Steering wheel stripped, and painted black. Engine was allegedly “restored”, and compression and other testing indicated it was in very good condition. Cleaned and repainted engine Chrysler color, carb cleaned, new fuel, oil lines. Old fuel pumps replaced with new electric (old fuel pumps overhauled and working). Installed 8v battery, master switch. Installed fitting on water intake so can run with garden hose. • What do you think about an additional statement like the following: Because of being the prototype/first model 100, and its history of being a smuggler and having been captured, this is an unique (and/or rare) opportunity (or unique boat).

16'2" Feet 1975 Lloyd

Restored and Race Ready!

26 Feet 1968 Chris Craft Cutlass Cavalier

We purchased the boat in September, 2015 and have been using it each summer since then. The information we received from the seller indicates that it was originally delivered in 1968 to Minnetonka Boat Works in Wayzata, MN. The records indicate that the engine is a 327 with 210 horsepower. The seller also claimed that work exceeding $18,000 had been done, but there were no details about that work. A previous owner removed the original cuddy, but as you can see from the pictures, it does not look chopped up. Essentially, he created a large open boat for day cruising, which is exactly how we have enjoyed it for the last several years. We have it on a lift in Lake Minnetonka in the summer and it is stored indoors in the winter. We invested in a complete strip down to the wood and repaint of the lap strake sides and a stain and varnish refinishing of the transom (although the transom finish is starting to weather). We also had the carb and starter rebuilt and a new fuel pump installed. The engine runs well and it cruises along pretty well when it gets up on plane. There is no speedometer so I can't tell you how fast it goes. It holds 10-12 comfortably as it has a 10-ft beam. It handles waves extremely well, including running through wake-surf boat wakes at speed. The trailer was purchased in 2016 and has been used sparingly. The boat appears to be structurally sound in general. The bottom is ok but could probably use some caulking and sealing in places, particularly where it meets the transom. There are a couple of floor and/or floor support pieces that could be replaced where the wood is starting to deteriorate, but we use it as-is now with no immediate problems. Some cushion covers are ripped, but useable (filling is not falling out). The engine runs really well. If it sits more than a few days, it usually requires priming some gas directly into the carb, but after ignition it runs fine and will re-start without issue. We have used the boat every year including this summer.

20 Feet 1956 Chris Craft Continental

Originally delivered to the L.S. Aero Chris Craft dealership at Bemus Point, Lake Chautauqua, New York, this Continental remained in the ownership of lake residents until purchased and brought to the present owner in Ohio. The boat completed a 4-year Danenberg restoration in 2009 including: 3-M 5200 bottom, Side planks and topside deck replacement New framing, Installation of a “period correct” Chris Craft marinized 283ci, 185hp engine Gage refurbishment by Clausen Gauges, Stainless Steel gas tank Complete upholstery change, New alligator upholstery trim, Custom bow storage cover and door, Steering wheel restoration, New engine box, Stern-pole rebuild, Custom Loadmaster trailer, All brightwork rechromed, New flags. Recent upgrades include, Engine rebuild (2023), Removed heads, milled, and installed new gaskets, New push rod and valve spring, New freeze plugs, Lapped all valves, New valve guides, Removed Exhaust manifolds, Magna fluxed, boiled out, repainted, New plugs, Water pump rebuild, New hoses throughout, New battery, Engine decals and paint Oil and filter, New trailer battery (2022), Trailer “Snug-up wench” stand, New water-line cover (2023), Spare tire cover,Load Guides, Loadmaster (2015). This boat has 47.6 hours since the Danenberg restoration and has only been used at shows and stored inside. It was ordered from the factory with a Holiday style windshield and as a “blond delete” finish, which it retains today. There are 21 DVD’s documenting the restoration and complete detailed reports of the restoration “step-by-step” process that go with the boat.

24 Feet 1937 Chris Craft Sportsman

Chris Craft built 101 Prewar Sportsman Utility boats of 24ft and 25ft length from 1936-1941. None were built in 1942. Only 12 were built with twin engines and they were all 24ft long. Twin production by year was: 1939 - 1, 1937 - 5, 1938 - 4, 1939 - 2. Of these 12 one was delivered to London in the summer of 1938 and may have been destroyed during WWII. Leading Lady is boat number 2 of the remaining 11 and was the first one out the factory door on March 7, 1937. At this time we are only aware of 3 surviving prewar twins; one in upper Michigan, one in Wisconsin, and Leading Lady in Texas. At the time Chris Craft was the only builder that had a national dealer network. Boats were usually delivered to dealers by rail and sold locally, but these large "Utilities" were many times a special order item for the well-to-do families in America. Leading Lady was just such a special order boat and was delivered by water from Algonac, Michigan to its new owner in Detroit, Michigan. The late Christopher Smith (grandson of the founder Christopher Smith) stated that as a young boy his job was to water test the boats prior to shipping out by rail and to deliver boats by water to buyers in the local Detroit area. Leading Lady might just have been delivered by the young Chris Smith in the Spring of 1937. Information from the 1937 Chris Craft factory specifications sheet tell us that Leading Lady is a Model 716 Utility Boat sporting two 85hp Chris Craft "K" engines made by Hercules Motors. The Hercules motors were used by Chris Craft from the 1930s to about 1957 when the first V8 was offered. Other specifications: Length 24'0", Beam 92",Weight 4585 lbs, Fuel 60 gal, Speed 34 mph, Price $3090. Additionally the Sportsman model offered a live bait well under the front seat utilizing a water "pickup" and "discharge" tube to aerate the live bait. I found this option under the front passenger seat during restoration. Without a rear seat, "Utility" class boats with engines under wooden "boxes" were used to deliver mail during the Great Lakes summer months and to haul supplies/groceries to island dwellers. They were the precursor of the SUVs and pickup trucks that are so popular today. Like many restorations this boat was found in a barn in Peoria, Illinois in November 1998 after a 4 year search and has been in restoration ever since. Yes that is over 25 years! 90% of wood replaced includes an Epoxy No-Soak bottom, New wood on sides, Decks, flooring and interior seating performed by Reardon Boat Works in the Dallas, Texas area. The owner finished the stain, varnish, and chrome. Both engines were rebuilt by the late "Mr. B" in Texas and the new leather upholstery was professionally added in 2023. After almost 40 years of drydock, Leading Lady won "Best in Class" in the prestigious "Keels & Wheels" boat show in May 2023. Now complete, this "bucket list" project needs a new custodian to take this boat forward into the future.

20 Feet 1985 Elite Craft Riviera

Elite Craft Boats produced roughly 400 boats total from 1979-1993 and of these roughly 300 were Rivieras. They are known for building fiberglass inboard boats designed to look like a 1950’s classic wood runabout. They started production in Michigan in 1979 and moved their facilities to Florida in 1983 & 1984. This boat was the very first boat built at their new Florida location in 1985 (VIN 0001). For many years, the boat was used as a “show boat” and went from boat show to boat show, which meant it never saw water. When the company finally decided to sell, it was purchased by a gentleman in Florida and was a part of his significant boat & car collection. During his ownership, the boat actually made an appearance on the show American Pickers (Season 9, Episode 4). It was then sold to a buyer in Virginia who put the first 5 hours on it in the water. In 2018, the boat was sold to an older gentleman on Lake Tippecanoe in Northeast Indiana. That owner put 17 hours on it during his ownership. The boat remained on Lake Tippecanoe when we purchased the boat in July of 2021. The boat now has 45.8 hours on it.   The boat is all original except for an era appropriate Ivalite spot light that has been mounted to the bow deck. The original electric horn has been replaced by an air horn. Mechanically (351 Ford Crusader), a number of parts have been replaced during our ownership to ensure the boat is running in tip top shape - starter, distributor cap and rotor, ignition module, coil assembly, fuel pump, oil sending unit, throttle cable, low pressure fuel lines (USCG approved), high pressure fuel line (USCG approved), fuel filter, battery, fresh carb rebuild, and repacked prop bearing. Engine oil/filter and transmission oil have been changed every fall and the impeller has been replaced every other spring. This 20’ boat is in nearly perfect condition with absolutely no signs of wear. This boat has always been store indoors or on a cover boat lift. Freshly buffed and waxed last spring. Wiped down after every use and spray waxed regularly. Included is a 1999 AmeraTrail single axle trailer. A custom boat cover was purchased May of 2019.

19 Feet 1969 Chris Craft XK-19

Rare 1969 Christ Craft Super Sport XK19. One of 276 made. Originally designed by famous Jim Wynn to help Chris Craft compete with Donzi in the 1970’s. This is one of only 276 Chris-Craft XK-19's that were ever made. A rare original muscle boat. These striking boats are among the rarest. This boat has been restored. Specific details: The original Corvette 327 small block engine has been recently rebuilt with less then 1-2 hours on engine after rebuild as a result of a cracked block due to transport during a cold snap. In addition, there was a brand new Italian Paragon V-drive installed during the engine rebuild. Engine bay was also completely renovated during overhaul to include new stringers and white fiberglass to showcase the engine. An easy float on aluminum alloy single axle trailer included. Do a quick search and you will find out why the XK-19 is "the sexiest boat every built" This 1969 XK 19 Super Sport is in excellent condition, very limited number manufactured and is extremely rare! This boat has been in our family for 20+ years. It spent 90% of it life on Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho. It was on a dock lift under cover in the summer and stored in a heated garage during winter. We relocated to the coast in WA and have since acquired an ocean boat. We have few places to use the Chris as lakes in the area are non-motorized or not very large. Sadly, she needs a new home in an area more suited to this type of boating. Please give us a call if you are interested.

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