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1940 17' Chris-Craft Deluxe Runabout

 

“Tuppence” is a 1940 17’ Chris Craft deluxe runabout, also known as a barrelback. She is powered by a 95hp Model K Hercules engine. In 2014 she was refurbished with an engine rebuild, new upholstery, new bottom and stain and varnish. She has been on Lake Tahoe for years, so she does not have a trailer. She has one 3rd place and two second place finishes at the Woodies Over The Bottom during Wooden Boat Week, so she is looking for a skipper to take her to that first place trophy. She can be seen at Homewood, CA (Lake Tahoe) High and Dry marina.

 

Asking $45,000. 

Contact: David Nelson at 415-572-3679 or email david@sda-sf.com

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1946 Chris Craft Custom runabout, Hull # R-20-150

Two Engines

Original Chris Craft Model “M”, and Brand Newly Rebuilt 350 Marine Chevy  

Plus Brand Newly Glassed $25K Bottom by Americas Cup Boat Builder Jim Betts Enterprises

Full Waterline Cover

Brand New Aluminum Fuel Tank  

New Propeller Shaft 

Dual Axle Trailer

Complete Boat, All Original  — Will Need Bilge Paint — Engine Installed — Varnish Maybe 

Asking $59,000.

Contact:  Royce Johnson at RoyceJohnson@charter.net or 530-400-4691

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1938 21' Chris-Craft Sportsman

 

This wonderful 1938, 21’ Chris-Craft Sportsman, Hull #35372, is 60% newly restored from top to bottom.  The boat is in a bare wood condition with a West System bottom.  Hull and decks are skinned. 3M-5200 adhesive caulking used in construction. All new book-matched solid 1/2" planking throughout. New dash. Driver seat and seat back rebuilt new wood. New 2nd seat made but requiring refinement. Most hardware present and re-chromed including windshield frame. Underwater gear present. Bilges and interior hull completely painted.

Needs: Engine & Tranny, (was, #K-6793), electrical system, cut-water, foredeck toe rails and windshield upright support. Instrument panel and gauges, steering wheel, fuel tank, ceiling boards, (if wish to be original), or upholstered ceiling panels if not), aft bench seat, and floor-boards. Motor box in need of repair, or re-build to suit new engine. Boat has a trailer. This boat is beautifully restored thus far by another restorer. I came into the boat through default in payment for services rendered. I have legal title.

She's a perfect project boat for one with the time, some knowledge and resources. If you like, we can talk about my shop finishing the boat.  For further information, more photos, or to simply discuss the boat please contact me at the information below.  The boat is in Grass Valley, CA. 

This boat deserves the right owner and will last another lifetime if cared for.

 

Asking:  $6,000.

Contact: Curtis Bauman cbwoodboat@sbcglobal.net or 707-217-1119,                                                                                                                     10a.m.-3p.m. PST

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1931, 19' Wecco Western Clipper

1931 WECCO ( Western Cooperage Co. ) WESTERN CLIPPER 19 ft. 2 cockpit, 2 windshield. First year Chrysler Crown Marine engine born to the boat. All original wood. Port Hartford yellow cedar bottom + sides.  African Mahogany deck, tongue + grove , all original to the boat. Runs and looks great.  The boat is in Chicago Park, CA.  Contact owner for photos and more information.
The only survivor of this Lake Union WA. manufacture.  A true treasure!

Asking: $135,000.

Contact: Roy Dryer at roy@roydryer.com or 916-801-6915.