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31 Feet 1968 ChrisCraft

• Boathouse kept: hull and gel coat in excellent condition. Fresh water, since new. No stress cracks or osmotic-blistering, high gloss original gel coat. Hull and topsides polished and waxed annually along with bottom paint. Repowered with 350 CI SB Chevrolet marine long blocks replacing original 327F Chris Craft Engines. Engine transmissions fluids and filters change yearly. Approximately 400 hrs. Electronic Delco EST marine distributors, high output coils. Updated marine alternators with internal voltage regulators. New mechanical fuel pumps 2023. Original CC tachometers/hour meters converted to electronic by Kocian marine gauges. Original shunt amp meters converted to volt meters by Kocian marine gauges. Numerous engine spare parts, including spare Carter AFB carburetor. Fuel tanks are in excellent condition, with no sediment issues Running gear. Spare set of propellers reconditioned 2023. Fiberglass shaft logs rebuilt. New stainless-steel shafts, and couplings. New Buck Algonquin self-aligning stuffing boxes custom machined. Rudder linkages serviced and rebuilt eliminated steering play. Bennett Marine trim tabs, new helm joystick. Rebuilt port P-31 Paragon transmission 2022. Also replaced reverse brake band. Parts purchased/included for starboard Paragon P-31 transmission if needed. Cockpit canvas side curtains and front cabin window canvas. Windless/anchor remote helm control. Electronics: Garmin GPS, Garmin fish finder, VHF DSC radio with hailer. Radio/DSC GPS and fish finder data communication network. Fireboy fume detector. Richie compass. Interior: Excellent condition. New upholstery with foam: V-berth, dinette, and couch. New heavy lined custom curtains. Ice box converted with 110VAC compressor. Updated pressurized water system, galley, and head. Hot water tank. Electric head (rebuilt 2023) with 20 gal holding tank. Accessories: Life jackets, Fenders & Dock Lines, Anchor and Anchor Line/Windless, 30-Amp power cord. Documentation: Original sales brochure and owner warranty agreement. Manuals electrical drawings. Factory build sheet full document package from Mariners Museum Va.

16 ft Feet 1960 Buehler Turbocraft

I finished the 13-year restoration of my1960 Buehler Turbocraft Jet 32, 16 ft Jet Boat in July 2022. I had undertaken the task of restoring this hull using modern materials and power. The goal was to maintain as much visual originality as possible with select upgrades. In 2010, I started out gang busters gutting the hull and laying the groundwork to reinforce the hull with 24/10 fiberglass cloth and West’s epoxy. The boat is built entirely of Corecell below the floor (stringers, bulkheads, transom) and ¾” marine plywood encased in epoxy and cloth for the floor. This project continued for 13 years as time, money and energy dictated. I got very serious in 2019 with the goal of finishing by the 2022 Boat Show Season. Original chrome was replated, aluminum and SS brightwork was rejuvenated. Original seat patterns were copied and color matched as close as possible, and the paint color replicated using one part polyurethane paint. The engine is a 1995 Ford 351W Marine engine removed from a very low hour pristine boat that was damaged. I installed SS impellers in the original Indiana Gear Works 3 stage pump housing during the complete rebuild. The gate assembly was powder coated white and the hydraulic cylinder rebuilt. A modern hydraulic pump is used to move the shift gate. I made the boat wire looms for the boat also. Many more details you’d have to talk to me about or see. Boat sits on a new Load Rite Aluminum I Beam trailer. You also get all the spare parts I have from salvaging 3 Buehlers. A must-see Award Winner. Since completion: Best Craftsmanship by Owner at Finger Lakes Chapter ACBS 2022; Best Non-Wood at Adirondack Chapter ACBS in Lake George 2022 and 1st Place Fiberglass Classic Runabout at the 47th Annual Portage Lakes Antique & Classic Boat Show 2023. I have decided to sell this boat as I have 6 other Classic boats and I feel this is the one I will use the least. Anyone that has restored a boat knows how expensive it is. I am giving up thousands of dollars in hard cash and the freebie is all my labor. The only thing I paid to have someone else do is the paint and upholstery. I did the rest of the restoration. Tough to let go but this boat needs to be seen and used. I have extensive pictures of the restoration for a serious buyer.

17 Feet 1964 Glastron Sportsman

Great riding 1964 Glastron Sportsman v-171.

16 Ft Feet 1957 Crosby

Crosby Capri is a three deck front cockpit steering fiberglass runabout manufactured by Crosby Aeromarine of Grabill, Indiana. This company was one of the early pioneers in the use of this new and controversial construction material. At the time, this synthetic (fiberglass) was relatively new and untested, although fiberglass boat models had made their appearance as early as 1950. Widespread acceptance by the boating community was not gained, however until the mid 1950s when companies began to standardize construction methods. At issue were weight and flotation. While fiberglass was strong, it was also very heavy when layered to achieve the required level of strength. Further, it would not float when swamped so sealed air chambers had to be designed into the hull and/or styrofoam blocks fastened to the seat bottoms as an early solution. In fact this late 1957 model sports a 3 cubic foot air chamber under the front deck which added 200 lbs of additional buoyancy. The wood interior of the Crosby also aided in providing additional flotation through the 1957 model year. A fiberglass interior appeared in 1958 and later models. What set Crosby apart from its competitors was the incorporation of strips of balsa wood laminated between two fiberglass floor layers. The 2 cubic feet of balsa cut into 1 inch square by 6 ft strips added a conservative 105 lbs of additional buoyancy which was twice a buoyant as cork. Additionally the could bend to conform to hull contours, and had great shock absorbing and sound deadening properties. Abner Crosby, the company's founder sold out to Archer-Daniels-Midland in 1958 and went on to found the Hydrodyne Boat Company which produced similar boats. In fact, his quality reputation caused most of the original Mercury 7 astronauts to choose his boats for their personal use. Also, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy ordered a Hydrodyne in 1963 for her family to use in their Cape Cod summer home.

15 Ft. Feet 1959 Dorsett Eldorado

Complete ground-up restoration completed 2006.

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