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19 Feet 1955 Chris Craft Capri

The boat was in great condition, when I stored it, a number of years ago. I paid for indoor storage and the cover was on the boat. When I finally decide to put the boat in the water I called the storage facility to get it ready for the summer season. They were also supposed to winterize it before storage. They said the gas had turned bad. So, they did a complete servicing ( new spark plugs etc.) I took the gas tank to a company that specializes in redoing and lining the interior of gas tanks. I returned the gas tank after repair to the storage place. I asked that they put it in water to make sure it ran well. When they put it in water, water started filling the boat. It was leaking badly. At this point I went to see with my own eyes( in there parking lot), since it had a Wes bottom that we put on to make sure this would never happen. When I saw the boat I was completely surprised. There were a couple parts missing, the Back of the upper part of the seat had been damaged by ( we believe) by a raccoon. I called an expert and he said the boat had been exposed to rain water, and had some water that it held from rain. Obviously the boat had been outdoors. This water had damaged the wood (rot). How much wood I am not sure, but it probably,but not necessarily, needs a whole new bottom. Although it needed refinishing to be show quality when I stored it, it looked good enough without refinishing to turn heads. It is one of the fastest wood boats I have seen as someone in the early 60's replaced the 6 cylinder motor with a mustang v8 motor.

17' Feet 1960 Chris-Craft Sportsman

Sunset cruises feel different in this Beauty. Looking for a “new to you” watercraft? Look no further than the Nauti-Girl. This 17’ 1959 Chris-Craft Sportsman. Solid mahogany planking hull with matching grains. The details continue on the bow with a shiny chrome light assembly and Chris-Craft flag. The windshield is a framed, curved plexiglass windshield. The Nauti-Girl was fully restored to better than original condition from 2007-2010 by Steve Blanchard of Blanchard Boats in north Georgia. Anyone that knows Steve or his reputation knows the boats are worth well more than any sales price will reflect. I am happy to share all notes, details and photos from the restoration as well as a copy of the Chris-Craft Runabout Equipment Record for this vessel from the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News VA. The Nauti-Girl is a head turner wherever she goes. Sale includes 2009 Karavan Boat Trailer Model US-4150-DB12-78-ST-BL and custom canvas cover. Delivery can be arranged via a professional Transporter. A great trailer for midsized boats, Karavan’s QuietTow™ and SwayControl™ engineering ensure superior road performance, and smart lighting and wheel bearing systems provide built-in reliability. It has an attractive aluminum design. The model 4150 weighs 857 pounds and includes trailer brakes. The interior is highlighted by the white steering wheel and the classic controls and gauges. All gauges and hardware were re-chromed during the restoration. The windshield was replaced with a new plexiglass one that is super vivid. Upholstery is red vinyl with white piping. Bench seating is offered at the stern with room for three (3) and the forward seating is another bench with seating for two (2) to three (3). There is ample space for storage items (anchor, life jackets, oar, fire extinguisher - all included) under the bow and alongside the seating. Access to wiring and controls is under the dash. 1959 Chris-Craft Sportsman 17’ For Sale Motor: 283 Chevy 185HP HIN:#CUA-17-022 Chris-Craft was founded in 1874 by Christopher Smith in Detroit, Michigan. Specializing in luxury pleasure boats, timeless design, exquisite detailing and authentic craftsmanship are aspects which are intrinsic to Chris-Craft boats. The Chris-Craft Sportsman was built from 1953-1959 and was was one of Chris-Craft’s most popular boats.

19 Feet 1938 Chris Craft

Flyin’ By is a 1938 Chris Craft Double Cockpit Forward Custom Runabout powered by her original Chris-Craft Model LC (146 HP) flathead 6 engine with twin Zenith carburetors. (Her original block was replaced at some point along the way as well a matching exhaust manifold). Her hull number is 48264. She was delivered to her first owners in Detroit, MI on August 12 1937 and then subsequently sold to a family in Bloomfield Hills, MI in 1960 where she was enjoyed on Michigan’s Lake St. Clair until 2016 when she was purchased and brought to Lake Champlain in VT for her preservation and numerous upgrades noted below. Flyin’ By is a very unique boat and she is mostly original other than the typical safety and convenience upgrades to keep her and her crew safe. Upgrades are as follow: automatic bilge pump, original 6v electrical system was upgraded to 12v, Fireboy Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing system and a Fireboy M-1 Gasoline Fume Detector (installed 2017), new water intake pump (2019), True 3M 5200 bottom (completed 2019), transmission rebuilt by Robert Henkel (July 2019), leather seats reupholstered (1980 and July 2021). She comes with a custom fit Sea Lion tandem axel trailer with 6 bunks and brakes (spare tire) and a custom fit canvas mooring cover suitable for trailering. She’s ready to go with her original "Chris Craft" flag mounted on her bow and an American flag mounted aft of the engine compartment as well as dock lines and 3 custom embroidered fenders for docking.

16 Feet 1947 Chris-Craft Rocket

This model is also known in the Chris-Craft record books as a “Special Runabout.” The boat was bought in northern Michigan in the summer of 2016 and was in need of restoration. A complete restoration was conducted over the next three years from 2017-2019. This Rocket is wearing its atomic blue hull paint replicated from the original color. Due to the wood shortages following WWII, as well as the increase in demand of power boats in order for Chris Craft to fill orders, some boats were made from white cedar not mahogany. This model being the only Chris Craft boat made completely out of white cedar, varnishing does not have a similar appearance to mahogany. Leaving a few examples of this model to be painted in the only paint available in the Chris Craft Factory, “atomic blue,” or Chris Craft engine paint. Estimated to be one of 40 hulls originally painted in this color “atomic blue.” This Chris Craft is currently in heated winter storage and available for viewing and testing (weather permitting). Restoration details include: ~New Keel, Port Stringer, Frames 2017-2018 ~Refastened Chines ~Refastened Hull Sides ~New “No Soak” 5200 Bottom ~New Rayco Fuel Tank ~Painted Hull and Deck in Period Correct Chris Craft Blue ~Chrome Replated ~Stainless Trim Polished ~New Upholstery ~New Windshield Glass ~Complete Rewire Rebuilt 1947 Chrysler Ace Marine Engine 92hp 2020 -Estimated 25 hrs. on rebuild -Bored .030 over -New Pistons -Rebuilt Transmission -Rebuilt Carburetor -Rebuilt Fuel Pump -New points, plugs, condenser and coil -New Battery Multiple Les Cheneaux Islands Boat Show Award Winner/ Ready to Show More information available upon request. Located in Dayton Ohio

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