Hull 385?

Well, here is a classic case of needle in a haystack stuff on ebay that could change your day if you are a match. The seller is selling what looks like Original Chris Craft Hull Cards form a “Family Member” that used to work at Chris Craft. but when you look at the sellers other stuff its a tad confusing? Either way, its cool stuff if you happen to have one of the boats. So want this on, click HULL CARD 385 HERE

Some are Roman numeral boats. So? Ya never know. Hopefully all the links are still for sale, since its a buy it now deal. Which kinda makes sense considering they are kinda useless if you don’t own that one particular boat.

YOU CAN SEE WHOOPPEE CARD HERE

How cool is that name? Very cool, and even cooler if you never had this hull card and now know its history.


YOU CAN SEE THE SEDAN HULL CARD HERE

How about a Sea Sled Hull Card. The seller is not sure what that is?


YOU CAN SEE THE SEA SLED HULL CARD HERE

Cool old Photos

Okay, wait, this seller is adding a ton of stuff all at once. So I suggest you click on one of these as see what else the seller is selling. Lots of photos as well.Look At photos Here on ebay
What about Hull card XXXX… WOW!!

YOU CAN SEE HULL CARD XXXX HERE

And this is just one of a mess of new photos that have showed up. Others have sold already. So I would see what other items the seller is selling.

YOU CAN SEE THE PHOTOS HERE

AND POOF, Most of the photos are gone! man that was fast.

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22 Responses to “Original Hull Chris-Craft Hull Cards And Photos On Ebay! I Would Hurry!”
  1. Jimmy

    So I guess these are some of the missing hull cards in the essential guide? The first one also has a government number and notes that Vincent Astor owned it.

  2. Wudzgud

    So this “Family Member” made WHOOPEE at the Chris Craft factory?

  3. Matt

    There ya go! Looks like all the photos are gone. I was buying some as they were being posted. And then someone came in a cleaned them all out. Very cool factory stuff. Dang. I had an original hull card for SUZY that Jimmy has now. The museum did not have the original

  4. Jim Staib

    878!! I need 898.
    All that stuff was stored in Florida before the Museum got it.

  5. Murray Walker

    The display page above showed a picture of Packard Chris Craft II with the hatches removed. I am eager to get a copy as I have the original boat. Help!

  6. Jim Murdock

    As most of you know but for those who don’t the first 26″s where roman numeral i.e. Wayne Mocksfield’s God Father Hull number VI Hopefully the new caretakers of this cool info will at least send copies to the Mariners Museum

  7. randy

    wow I am the owner these are really neat I had no clue that these were as rare as can be

  8. Matt

    Yes they are, but the Hull cards are only valuable to the one person that has the boat. They need to be donated to the mariners museum who houses all the original ones, we are able to get only copies. The museum does not have the ones you listed. I know several folks have purchased them to donate them to the museum to preserve them. So its an odd item to try and sell or value. As to the photos. The Rosenfeld images are available at The Mystic museum so they are not as valuable oddly enough. The smaller personal odd ball images are fantastic but also only valuable to a person with such a boat. Which is why a museum is the best place for them. That is where the ones we purchased will be headed.

  9. Randy

    Welll here are the hull cards that are left any info would be a good help thanks