Very cool lines for sure.

Here is your chance to score on not just one, but two cool glass Chris Crafts. This story popped up on the Chris-Craft Antique Boat Clubs Boat Buzz. Looking for a good home. You can read the thread here. Just think of these as a cool way to get your kid into a classic boat. Yes, they require some work, but thats what its all about. It’s not like you are going to loose money on the purchase. And it would make a fun summer project.now, we dont want to see these boats pop up on eBay in two weeks with a car attached and turned into a Frankenstein art car.. Wait, that would be cool, scratch that.. I’ll bring the plastic melter thing!

The perfect starter boat for that guy that’s terrified of varnish! Or splinters, or bung holes, or……

You might like...
« « Previous Post         |         Next Post » »
3 Responses to “Free Classic Plastic in New England.”
  1. m-fine

    I just got approval from our town zoning board to put up a 1500+ sqft barn/woodyboat restoration shop. Perhaps I could hide them somewhere the wife wont notice, but by time the building is up and we get squirt in decent shape it will probably be 2023 or so before I could start working on one of those puppies.

    The reality is I just can afford one free boat right now, let alone two. I wonder if there is anyone in the Virginia area with some unused dock space, or even an empty boat house. Hmmmm.

  2. John Rothert

    By God Fine, I trust you mean MATT, because the last thing I need is ANOTHER BOAT IN VIRGINIA!!!!
    The more I get into exploring this 16ft Argentine runabout…the more I like it!

    John in Va.

  3. Philip Andrew

    Plastic or wood Im liking the click on big pictures. Thank you Matt.