Well, here lies the question? The Model Cruiser for $2,100 or an actual real life size version for a little more? Cruisers are out there in the $5,000 range. Now last week we featured a $90K version, and that made sense. That owner spent over $200K on it. But a $5K version, could end up being a worse deal than the $2,100 version. See, you wont have to sink another $200K into it like you would the $5K one. So in a strange and twisted way, the model could be the way to go. AND, you can take it with you every where.
Don’t need a boat house. You can strip it into real scenes to look like you really own one. This is for your facebook and instagram pals. Its OK, they never look up from there phones or actually do anything, so there is no way they would ever figure it out. You get all the credit for being a Chris Craft guy, and none of the issues.
Join the Chris Craft Antique Boat Club. When they ask you about your boat.. Ya I got a Chris Craft, The Model? A Corvette, ya! Phew just got finished putting it in the water.. ( Bath tub) and got the engines running ( New Batteries) then had to get her in her slip.( OK, unless your are dressing it up with your wife’s underthings??I got nothing here)
Regardless, you still had $2,K of fun owning a 49 inch Chris Craft Cruiser! Wait! 49 inches, dammm thats 4 feet long! Where in the heck is that thing going to be put. Really? Even a cruiser model is a pain in the ass to store! You need a special boat house in your family room. Dear, can you move “YOUR CRUISER” so I can watch Dancing With The Stars” And so it begins.
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