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First, yes I know we are all about looking back and sweet mahogany here. But we are also about looking forward and this 1987 Chris Craft Stinger on Ebay today may just may be a collectible soon, if not already. Here is our thinking. Its strange, small, and cool. Miami Vice Cool, and that show was cool. Its not cool again, yet, but will be. Trust us, anything iconic comes back.

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Duel Exhaust!

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You are the meat in the chick sandwich. You dog!

And this stinger has all the goodies that survive the casum of uncoolness back to cool. First its a Chris-Craft, and has macho power and isn’t a cluster of concepts. It’s pure play fun and bad assness. It’s red, and really only has only one purpose in life. Fast fun. All you need now is your shoulder pad tshirt and hair spray and new boatress babe.. The old original one cost you all your Mahogany funds, house, boat house, etc…. Since its fiberglass you can store this in the parking lot of your new one bedroom apartment over next to the dumpster.

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Hell ya! Crank it up babe!

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9 Responses to “Could This Bitch’n Chris-Craft Just Be The Next Collectible Boat?”
  1. m-fine

    The center steering on that requires you operate with two boat babes. One on each side to maintain balance.

  2. Rick

    Identical twins would make trimming the boat easier so you don’t have to worry about unequal body masses port and starboard. Though it might be a distraction, to you and others, so best to just stay at the dock with margaritas.

  3. thomas d

    nice engine and trailer, the rest would make a good crappie bed.

  4. Greg Lewandowski

    Buy now and have it ready to go for Jobie Nooner 2016!!!

  5. Dave Nau

    Looks great! Red boats like this are like red Corvettes. Like you said, fast fun.

    And, oh yeah, all Corvettes are fiberglass. Always have been, since 1953. Just say’in…

  6. Stephen Fowler

    Already seen it in classic cars. ’80’s are heating up. 40 year olds are returning to their youth to buy the toys they wanted, while boomers are downsizing and their 50’s and ’60’s toys are softening in price.

    I live in an urban Centre with a marina within walking distance. No boathouse precludes a mahogany toy, but classic fibreglass is starting to look pretty damn good.

  7. Roberta

    You guys got it all wrong. A babe goes in the middle with two hunky guys to take care of the boat!!