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18 Feet 1958 Chris Craft Holiday

Up for sale is our 1958 Chris Craft Holiday. The boat has a 6 cylinder KFL dual carb engine with an output of 131 hp. It is the original numbers matching engine according to the copy of the Chris Craft Equipment Record that we have. Hull I.D. is H-18-310, and engine no. is KFL-203416. The engine was completely rebuilt in 2008, inclusive of reconditioning of the rods, valve job, resurfacing of the head and block, bore job, new internals, etc. The engine runs great and sounds absolutely amazing. This is my favorite sounding boat we own. Videos are available. Every once in a while it will be hard to start after sitting, as I think the fuel pump might need some attention. No issues running or starting back up after running for awhile. The bottom was completely replaced over the winter of 2018. It is a double planked west system no soak bottom. The original tach and amperage gauge work, but the oil pressure does not. A modern cluster including a water temperature gauge and an oil pressure gauge were added below the dash to the right of the steering wheel. The boat reads about 35 pounds of oil pressure at idle. The chrome was redone, and the seats were reupholstered in 2008. The finish is very nice, however it does have some cracking between the boards on the deck. I tried to show this to the best of my ability in the pictures. Overall, this is a great running and complete boat (minus the flags and poles) ready to hit the water for a day of fun. The boat comes with a full paperwork as well as documentation of previous work done to it. I have a clear PA title and registration for the boat.

18' Feet 1950 Chris Craft Sportsman U-18

This is a treasured family boat in excellent running condition. It has been restored, then carefully maintained and used continuously since 2003. The boat has been used for three generations for skiing, tubing, and pleasure cruising. It was shown three times in area boat shows. In 2013 a West bottom restoration was completed and a rebuilt KL engine was installed. The forward and aft decks were restored in 2016. Much early restoration work was done in the 1990’s. Using as much of the original wood as possible, a general rebuild of the entire boat was carried out. All new upholstery was sewn to original specifications and a custom boat cover (down to the water line) was sewn. The instruments, including the steering wheel, were rebuilt. An engine running meter and an electronic fuel pump were added. All metal was re-chromed, missing stainless steel rub rail was acquired and the cutwater was brought back to its original luster. Auxiliary engine parts were rebuilt, e.g., carburetor, generator (converted to 12 volt) and a rebuilt water pump along with a pre-filter for the pump (in 2017). The boat was rewired with an easy to access fuse block. The stern area was reinforced to accommodate water skiers and the bow area was strengthened to allow the boat to be winched forward onto a boat trailer. The trailer was modified to raise the winch to line up with the bow lift ring. The boat, after an annual oil change and winterization, has always been inside for winter storage. The boat trailer has recently had its wheel bearings repacked and all lights (LED) replaced. The trailer has been used several times for over the road trips.

20 Feet 1956 Century Coronado

Sold as a new boat at the Sierra Boat company at Lake Tahoe in 1956. This boat has spent its entire life on Lake Tahoe. Bought by the current owner from Sierra Boat in 1992. Original Chrysler Hemi. This 21 ‘ Century Coronado boat has been very reliable for me over the past 27 years. Has always been on Lake Tahoe. I’m reluctantly selling it to decrease my maintenance burden on a number of fronts. I took the boat down to bare wood in 2006 replacing the bungs and the top decks. At that time Also removed the interior vinyl over plywood panels and milled and installed new mahogany slats on the interior. The dashboard was also plywood with vinyl. I manufactured a new mahogany. In 2006, all of the upholstery was also redone. All of the chrome and instruments and chrome are original as far as I know. The boats bottom was fiberglassed professionally at some point before I bought it in 92. Other than 2006, the boat has been in the lake and buoyed every year I’ve had it. The last 15 years in Rubicon Bay. The gas gauge and clock have never worked since I’ve owned it. I use a dipstick and the clock glass has a crack. It has the original Tonneau roof. It has an automatic mid boat bilge pump and I added a manual bilge pump in the stern to pump when the bow is up and under way to lighten the load. In 2017, the original gas tank finally failed. I had a brand new custom tank manufactured and installed. (I believe either aluminum or stainless, over $1000). It has a 2 battery configuration with a switch dial for on/off/both. I have typically varnished every other year and serviced the engine on the odd years. It has a full canvas cover and is always covered when not in use and has always been garaged in the window. The photographs unfortunately don’t show it with a fresh coat of varnish but rather, the day I pulled it out of the water last fall after a full summer of use. I missed the varnishing this year having been too busy with other projects and traveling. The hull should probably be taken down to bare wood soon. I believe the Chrysler hemi is a 331. It has dual carburetors for high altitude, runs with a deep throaty roar and has never failed to start right up in 27 years. The trailer I got it with was scrapped several years ago and I had a new custom dual axle DHM trailer manufactured for it. I have based the price relative to this hagerty valuation.

17 Feet 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman

I am selling my fully restored 1957 Chris Craft Sportsman that was just recently completed and has little to no use on it and it pretty much perfect. This has been an 7 year project that I recently completed and have decided to sell only because I just dont have the time or space for it. The restoration was professionally done by a well known restorer in the antique boating community and I have a full documentation on the restoration with pictures along with the history of the boat. The wood is all Philippine mahogany which I am told is difficult to even get these days. The decks, sides and transom have all been replaced. There is a 5200 no soak bottom with all new planking. All of the original frame and stringers were used along with the interior side paneling and the blond trim are original wood. The dash flooring have all been replaced and the correct vinyl flooring has been used which I am told you can no longer get. The motor box is new and was constructed to fit the 283 engine as the boat was originally powered with a KFL 6 cylinder which I did not get with the boat when I purchased it. I also used the earlier glass style windshield as the boat originally came with the bubble style plastic windshield. The gauges were all professionally restored and all of the wiring has been replaced and updated with new harnesses. It has a new style electric bilge pump. The steering wheel was professionally restored along with horn button shaft and mechanism rebuilt. All of the chrome trim has been restored and the rub rail polished with dents removed. The interior has all new seat cushions and material along with an engine cover pad. It was redone in the original Turquoise color that the boat had originally and the seat cushions double as a flotation device. The boat powered with a period correct 283 Chris Craft engine that I am estimating was around a 1960-62 model based on engine casting numbers. The engine was completely overhauled and detailed, it has a new rubber impeller water pump, rebuilt transmission, carb has been completely refurbished and restored. The starter is new and the generator was converted to an alternator. The trailer is a single axle 1989 from a ski boat I used to own. It was modified and a new adjustable boom/winch made for it to fit the Chris Craft boat. Extra bracing was added underneath and it tows pretty nice without any issues. Pretty much everything on the boat is new, rebuilt or restored and the boat is in near perfect condition and as nice as it was in 1957. No expense was spared in the restoration and I am selling for it FAR less than it cost me to restore. You can save time and money and be out on the lake today in one that is fully done with no issues and is ready to go! $21900 with trailer.

17 Feet 1947 Chris Craft Deluxe Runabout

This is Hull Number R-17-302, built early in 1947 before Chris Craft’s Engineering Change No. 1328 that moved the instruments to the center of the dashboard. In 2006 it was purchased in rough condition by the previous owner who restored much of it over the next six years, including a new 3m 5200 Bottom with white oak frames to replace old oil-soaked frames, new fir stringers, and a new aluminum gas tank with electric gauge (many photos documenting this process are available upon request). At that time a model K flat-head 6 cylinder Chris Craft engine was professionally rebuilt by CDs Engine Service in Hudsonville , MI, and modified for 12 volts (invoice available upon request). All original gauges were restored by Kocians and modified to 12 volt, all chrome fittings were rechromed, and the seats were re-upholstered in red leatherette to match the original color. Between 2012 and 2016 the boat was stored in a dry enclosed garage. The present owner had the restoration completed between 2016 and 2018, including installation of the rebuilt engine, with new electric fuel pump; rewiring with modern Coast Guard-approved marine wire and fastenings; replacement of topsides mahogany planks where needed, refinishing topsides and deck, and installation of a new crashpad (an extensive documentation journal with many photos is available upon request). Miscellaneous original accessories are included, such as original fire extinguisher and flag poles.

1903 28 Feet Canadian Cedar Strip Launch

The "Long Lake Lady" is a beautiful 28 ft. open launch with 8 ft. beam, built in 1903 in Peterborough, ON. On a business trip to Toronto in 1998, owner Chuck Maziasz and son-in-law, Randy Millwood, found the "Lady" in the back of a barn covered in dust and in pretty bad shape. Deciding it would be a perfect fit on Long Lake, she underwent two years of painstaking restoration under the loving hands of Ken Lavalette of Woodwind Yachts in Nestleton, ON. Leaving much original as possible, they did change the seating to be more accommodating for passengers. She was launched on Long Lake in the summer of 2000. The engine was replaced in 2007 with an Atomic 4 engine by Torresen Marine Inc. of Muskegon, MI. The original engine for the boat from 1903 is in excellent condition and has been stored since coming to MI and is sold with the "Lady". She was originally used to ferry vacationers to their remote cottages in the islands of Toronto area in the early 1900's. Early pictures depict her with a canopy top. The "Lady" now leads the annual 4th of July boat parade around Long Lake, being the only wooden boat. Through the years she has been in several boat shows in Northern Michigan and won Best of Show and Boat Owners Choice awards in 2016. She is a beautiful and eye-catching picture as she putts down the lake in wonderful northern MI summers. The "Lady" comes with a custom storage cover and two day covers to protect her finish. She tows beautifully on a duel axle trailer, and has been stored in covered facilities near her home. Yearly refinishing as needed keeps her in beautiful condition.

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