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23' Feet 1948 Chris Craft Express Cruiser

I am selling my rare, 1948 Chris Craft Express Cruiser with a like new custom made BP Performance trailer due to health reasons. The Cruiser has been in the process of restoration and is almost ready for launch. I've owned this Cruiser for over 20 years and have had a lot of professional work done to her. The 125 hp Chrysler Marine engine ran strong and was professionally pickled. The hull is very sold with fresh calk/paint and the bottom is tight with copper paint. Included with the boat is a snap-on bimini top with side curtains. Extras include back vents, chromed Chris Craft emblems, and a refinished swim deck with braces, anchors and hanging bumpers. The cowling pad and back seat are brand new. Inside the cabin there is is room for two to sleep on new, unused, custom-made cushions. There is also a cabinet sink with a fresh-water holding tank, fuse box, and additional storage space. The draft is 2 feet, which lets you sit up high while driving for better views on the waterways. The following restorations are still needed: Back vents and back light to be attached Refinished swim deck with braces to be attached Needs some calking under chine Original Chris Craft Emblems to be attached Needs fresh deck floor paint Helm could use varnishing 1 foot curved section of front of keel needs copper paint and as shown Hose needed from bilge pump to inside exit fixture Fresh Battery This is a great boat for cruising the lakes and for overnight camping. There's lots of room for others to sit comfortably on the boat to enjoy day trips and seeing the views. Lots of fun to be had with this boat. Serious inquires only please.

17 ft Feet 1870 Custom built

Glory A Fancy Boston Whitehall GLORY is a replica of The Bailey Boat that is on display in the Mystic Seaport Museum. The design dates back to the 1870's. This boat was referred to as a Fancy Whitehall as her scantlings are reduced to an absolute minimum and her hull lines are drawn extra lean and fine. Whitehalls were known for their breathtaking speed as well as being very seaworthy. This one has three rowing positions for 3 oarsmen or can be rowed using the single sliding seat rig mounted in the middle of the boat. A few years back she was used in the movie "Cannibals" which aired on the History Channel. In that movie, they jury rigged a makeshift sail and had 4 actors in the boat. Some of the photos are taken in calm waters in Oyster Bay L.I. The ones with the jury rig sail are taken off Lloyds Neck on the Long Island Sound with a nice breeze. The boat is built with West system epoxy, 2 layers of fiberglass cloth on the outside 1 layer of 6 oz. cloth on the inside. She has some very special details outlined in a separate list. The hull is all solid red cedar with fluted ash rails and spruce cove strip. Transom & bow seats are spruce to save weight in the ends, the center seats are ash frames with cane centers to save more weight. ( See list for other details ) I worked on this boat for a little over one year as I wanted every detail to be perfect. This is the st boat I've built and it's not easy to part with her. If you're looking for something very speciat, that turns heads, can hold 4 people or just go real fast in any weather this is the boat

24 Feet 1956 Chris-Craft Semi-Enclosed

We are selling our 1956 Chris-Craft 24' Semi-enclosed model (SE-24-007) with original bottom and original Chris-Craft flathead 6 cylinder KL engine (105 HP @3200 RPM). • The engine was completely overhauled in 2021 by Van Ness Engineering with new pistons, rings, bearings, valves, replaced exhaust manifold, rebuilt carb, rebuilt waterpump and rebuilt fuel pump (21 hours and counting on engine since overhaul). Complete 12 volt conversion including rebuilt distributer with 12 volt Pertronix ignition, rebuilt starter and rebuilt generator. New spin on oil filter added. New tachometer cable installed this year. Added a raw water suction strainer. • New USCG approved 40 gallon gas tank installed in 2020 (Rayco Tanks). • Deck equipment includes all mooring lines, Danforth anchor with chain and rode mounted on the forward deck. Mini deadlight installed in forepeak. Portable toilet in forepeak. Removable boarding pole added to port side. Engine access built into port side of main deck (absolutely needed with a KL engine in this model!). Mahogany fold down steps on both port and starboard sides. Fenders with quick mounts on port side. All original chrome plated brass deck hardware including aft cleats, forward cleat, mooring line fairleads forward and aft, engine intake vents and bilge vents aft. New stainless steel midship cleats added. Expandable boat hook. • Replaced entire wiring system with USCG approved marine cable, fuse panel, resettable circuit breaker and battery shutoff switch. Water temperature gauge replaced with 12 volt gauge (mechanical gauge capillary tube failed, still have the gauge). Original Chris Craft navigation lights, cabin light and gauge lights all converted to 12 volt. Added a 12 volt auxiliary port with two USB charging ports. New 12 volt marine battery in May 2022 installed in a USCG approved battery box. Small 12 volt AGM battery installed in a USCG approved battery box for back up or house lighting. Original Chris-Craft 12 volt horn. One line wiring schematic of the new 12 volt system included. • Replaced the 6 volt automatic Lovett bilge pump with a 12 volt Lovett bilge pump. Added a Jabsco water puppy bilge pump with auto/manual switch and a bilge manifold to pump either forward or aft bilges. Also added an emergency bilge suction to the main engine pump with a bilge strainer. • Main deck was replaced by previous owner with 3/4" marine plywood. Deck covering is outdoor carpet. Engine box overhauled this winter new marine sound/vibration/fire insulation. Two additional passenger chairs added in 2018. Under deck tool and gear storage. 120 volt plug added to connect to shore power for two battery maintainer/chargers. Shore power cord and 30 amp plug included. All new paint inside and out with varnish maintained annually. New bottom paint every year. • Boat is currently in use out of Cape May, NJ offshore up to 3 miles and is kept in the water at a marina (salt water). Have the hull card and all information from the Mariner’s Museum. Engine and operating manual included.

26' 8" Feet 1962 Chris Craft

This is a 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff Sportsman, Hull Identification Number SUC 27-0125; length 26’ 8”; beam 8’ 10”; draft 25”; seating capacity 7. According to the Chris Craft hull card it has its original engine, a Chris Craft 283-SE 185 hp V8, serial number 823662. The boat presently is used on a fresh-water lake in central PA and was pulled to take the accompanying photos. Its last major restoration was in 2015-16, including: 1) new transom; 2) 15 new steam-bent white oak ribs; 3) new forward white oak rub-rails; and 4) new mahogany marine plywood gunnel coverboards. The topsides were stripped, sanded, CPES sealed, and painted with two coats of two-part Epifanes polyurethane, the bottom received Pettit’s hard racing copper bronze, and the interior received two coasts of Sandusky Chris Craft gray bilge paint. All interior brightwork was stripped, sanded, CPES sealed, and varnished with Interlux schooner marine varnish and the floorboards were stripped, CPES sealed, and covered with Nautolex Decko Dot flooring. The engine was completely and professionally rebuilt to burn unleaded gas (~$6000) and equipped with a PerTronix electronic distributor, new Holly 4-barrel electric choke carburetor, new 2 ½” ID water/exhaust hoses and new engine cooling hoses, new Holly electric fuel pump, line, and gas filter, and a resealed gas tank. All the boat’s electricals and wiring were replaced with new EzAcDc marine fuses, wiring, Blue Sea Systems starting isolation/dual sensing automatic charging relay, and restored engine gauges by Kocian Instruments. New Kidde fire extinguishers were installed along with a Xintex M-1 Fa fume detector. The original steering wheel was mounted on a new Teleflex Steering Helm and Cable. All hardware was re-chromed by Liorandi’s. Total cost of restoration not including labor >$20,000. Also included are a swimming ladder, custom-made bimini and boat cover, a Garmin Echomap CHIRP 42dv with a bronze thru-hull mounted transducer, and marine radio, chrome trumpet air horn, period-correct dash-controlled spotlight, and numerous spare parts.

18 Feet 1949 Chris-Craft U-18 Sportsman

Purchased in November 2021 from private owner who had not used the boat for two years. It has been stored under cover since restoration, which was completed in recent years by Wykes Boatworks, Harlem, ON. Boat weighs roughly 2,000 lbs (dry). 18 ft long, 6.5 ft beam, 4” wide gunwales, 22” from top of gunwale to waterline, 28” gunwale to bottom of keel. 18” draft. Excellent condition, all wood sound. Varnish in excellent condition. She is a classic beauty, a head turner, with modern upgrades to make her a dependable runner. Several upgrades completed over the winter of 2021/2022 including: sanded off old name on the stern and put on new name - "Lady Di" - gold lettering decal, restained and varnished. 2 coats of enamel paint on bottom – maroon colour to match the upholstery, engine checked over, tuned, fresh oil and filter, new plugs and distributor cap, battery in good shape. The Volvo Penta 4 cylinder engine (circa 2003) is well known for reliability, durability and good fuel economy. Bilge cleaned. Front seat moved back by 4". Built storage area under the bow with removable mesh screen to hold stowed objects in place when underway. Replaced old cracked steering wheel with new 14” mahogany one with horn button, new horn. Replaced original floor lever gear shift and throttle control on steering wheel with new single lever side control (forward/reverse and throttle). Much easier now to operate and manoeuvre. New foam and maroon vinyl upholstery on all seats. Installed sliding tracks for bimini top (maroon colour to match upholstery) so it can be folded down, zipped into a vinyl cover and rests on stern when not in use. New detachable stainless steel 4 step swim ladder fits on port side aft. Removed upholstery on top of engine box and replaced with a hinged, varnished wood top that sits level and has storage underneath. Installed USB twin port on front dash. New stern pole. Installed new fire extinguisher. New paddle and boat hook mounted on starboard side. Note – the boat has: Hydraulic trim tabs with independent controls on the dash to help trim, balance and planing. Comes with custom-made vinyl cover (maroon colour to match upholstery) with tie down straps to the trailer so it transports without flapping or coming off. Automatic bilge pump. Trailer is a single axle Escort Capri with surge brakes, spare tire, custom made carpeted bunks to fit the boat correctly, vertical guide poles, 14” wheels and radial tires, custom made extended winch pole to crank the boat on to the trailer correctly, new LED tail lights and strip lights on the vertical guide poles (highly visible!). Weighs approximately 700 lbs. GVW 3,740 lbs. The boat comes with everything including anchor & rope, bailer and floating lifeline, manual hand pump, triangular Ontario bow flag and rear Canada flag. Will even include two new PFD’s – XL and M!

17 Feet 1939 Chris Craft Sportsman

1939 Chris Craft 17 Deluxe Utility/Sportsman with tandem trailer for sale. In 2014 when I bought it ,the boat needed a new bottom and a cleanup and re-varnish. Hull is all original pre-war Philipine mahogany. Not one mahogany board above the waterline needed replacement. I believe all hardware is original. The previous owner owned had stored it indoors during his many decades ownership. All frames,keel,stem ,transom,deck and topsides original.The Original 6 Cylinder K engine needed a carb job,an ignition points cleanup,a fuel pump rebuild,a new alternator. Compression tested good. After above repairs motor fired right up. BOAT LOCATED IN CANADA 1 HOUR FROM DETROIT MICH. Work done -Hardware stripped and cleaned -Original 6 Cylinder K Motor pulled, repaired ,cleaned and painted. -Boat flipped (see my YOUTUBE video “FLIPPING Our 1939 Chris Craft Utility “ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo ) - Existing plywood bottom stripped and new 'No Soak' West Epoxy Bottom installed and painted. First layer of 3/16 th inch marine plywood nailed and glued to frames with 3M 5200. Second and third layer 3/16th inch marine plywood attached with West Epoxy with West 403 Adhesive filler. Finished with 2 coats of clear West Epoxy and 2 coats of Epifanes forest green polyurethane paint. -Boat flipped upright,all varnish stripped. -Rout and clean deck seams and fill with white sikaflex caulking. -Chris craft mahogany stain and sealer followed by 6 coats of Epifanes Clear varnish. -Interior bilge painted burgundy alkyd paint. -Interior floor decking painted light green. (Interior floor decking sheathed in a rubber like vinyl material with pebble finish..looks like original factory glued on) -Complete rewiring. -Re-bed stuffing box,rudder housing,skeg,all thru-hulls. -Re-pack rudder gland and stuffing box. -New motor mount bolts -Re-install engine. -Re-fasten all mahogany ceiling,hardware,seats, -Cutwater machined and bedded and refastened. -New windshield glass -New vinyl upholstery. -Trailer rewire/new lights/paint. Repack hubs/replace as needed. PERFORMANCE Starts good,sounds good,power good. speed excellent, tranny good, steering good, gauges all work except the tachometer . SEE 3 YOUTUBE VIDEOS VIDEO SHOWING BOAT IN WATER UNDER POWER see YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyKq63y9cfk&t=111s VIDEO PHOTO SLIDESHOW SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58RsA3TxwkM&t=12s VIDEO SHOWING THE FLIPPING OF THE BOAT TO REPLACE BOTTOM. SEE YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRpYuOEYEOo

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