50% off.

Remember this beauty we featured last week? No? Yes? Doesn’t matter. Because here it is at the price we all love. $Get,it,out,of,here.00 Last week it was a bargain at $12K, and now. $6K or best offer. Momma Mia.. The lines are insane nice. Thats a crapload of boat for the money. Yes, you will no doubt have to dive deep into whats left of your 401K to give her the Kardashian Bottom she deserves. But then you will have one hell of a boat. This may be one of those, double plywood bottom alternative bottom boats? TWIN 283’s!

Look at that Dash

COME ON, the top is worth $6K alone. And it does have a massive trailer. Which I am sure is extra, but would solve all the how the hell do I get this thing home?

Be creative. Note to self, invest in 3M stock..

If you read the comments in our story last week.. HERE, you will see the boat was known by some. But, really? If you are in the market for a cool project, for lets say the next couple years. This is a cool boat. In Vermillion Ohio it’s about to get a lot cooler, so hurry.  CLICK HERE TO THE NEW EBAY PRICE SLASH LINK

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15 Responses to “Get This 1959 33′ Chris Craft Sports Criuser Sedan Outta Here – PRICE SLASH!”
  1. Jim Staib

    My last building was built specifically with narrow doors and 30′ long to avoid temptation like this. Now I have the ability to store a large boat but the waterway I live on has low bridges. Someone is telling me to stick with runabouts.

  2. m-fine

    Jim, I think that is both your wallet and your sensible side talking. I would listen!

  3. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )

    Sonds Very tempting. Vermillion is only about 200 mikes from me. It would make a good Christmas present for my wife! Somebody else please buy it before I do.

  4. John Rothert

    I did Staib one better and designed my shop so I could not get anything over 16 feet inside. Good move.
    Still, the cruiser is a unique and beautiful one deserving of a redo and getting ready to Go Boating!
    John in Va.

  5. Troy in ANE

    A few years ago on Boat Buzz there was a discussion of bedding replacement planks with Boat Life rather than 5200. This would be a good boat to play with that on.

    • Frank@Falmouth

      If I was 30 years younger Id (foolishly) take it on…. Hopefully someone will preserve it for the next caretaker who will have the time and resources to get it back in the water… Once they are gone, they are gone,…..but you cant save them all……

  6. Art

    Oh darn, my boat wells will only fit 28 footers………………so I guess that I will have to pass.

  7. floyd r turbo

    Has anyone ever rolled a 33 footer over to do a bottom, lol. I have silently dreamed of this model ever since seeing Mark Edmonson’s “Storm Duty” which was the Sportfisherman version with flybridge. Its now with a different owner who appears to be taking proper care of her. In reality, besides the repair/restoration costs, its too large to be a trailerable runabout you desire and maybe just a little small to be the liveaboard you were thinking it might function as. The lines are as seductive as Raquel Welch but in need of as much surgery to bring back to her former self. And then there’s the carrying cost of this beauty.

  8. Jeffrey Martinson

    If the Mega-Millions drawing goes my way tonight, I’m on it!

  9. KW

    I love the Chrisavich flying bridge version nothing better than those lines. And Yes rolling a 33 footer is no big deal I use to work for a builder who built 100 foot plus yachts up side down and when the hull was done roll them right side up.

  10. tom

    The only way this could make sense is if the trailer was included.Nice trailer with free boat.Is it known weather or not this boat was a fresh water boat thru out its life?I am assuming the only salt in Ohio would be on the roads in winter?We all know what salt water does to the motors if not fresh water equipped.Those motors could be as rotted as rest of boat.

  11. chuckie

    hey you guys with lots of money and no comen sense this boat is a pay me to take

    • Jerome

      I purchased a similar model a few years ago. Same footage & looked as good. I fell in love with her lines & purchased her immediately. Brought her home & began chasing rot. Just when I thought the last rotten spot was repaired l’d find another & so on. After replacing the bottom I finally felt confident that I had all the rot repaired. While in storage I found more rotten planks. The love affair had come to an end. One of my fathers best quotes was (nice from far & far from nice) Buyers Beware I hope that this helps someone.