OH GAD ZOOKS

Here is you chance to own, restore and make sweet love to a special 16 Hydro. ON EBAY! Now, some background on the boat. We dont know the boats history, but the seller had this on Facebook a couple days ago and was looking for bidders. We kept out of that mess, but here on ebay, it makes sense, and you are on your own in bidding. We know one thing about the boat for sure. Its rare, its cool, and it’s for sale! Good luck, may the bung gods be with you. CLICK HERE! 

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Here are some shots of Miss Step that was done at Katzs Marina. One of my favorite boats of all time. And I cant bid. The Railway drained me! AHHHHHHHHHH

Miss Step preserved/ restored from Katzs Marina. Oh hell ya! these are RACE only

oh ya

Pure art

LOVE X 10

Factory art

Generations of icons!

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7 Responses to “BREAKING NEWS – Chris Craft Hydro On Ebay, Get Out Your Wallet.”
  1. Reddog

    Some gorilla glue. 1/4 sheet of plywood and and a little varnish. I’m bidding.

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  2. Al Schinnerer

    Post-war windshield brackets. On pre-war brackets the big opening narrowed down to a very small slot. Supposedly too many fingers were lost when they got caught in the narrow slot.

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  3. Troy in ANE

    Cool boat, but 10K starting bid in that condition. Kind of like getting excited about a pretty girl to find out that she is really a drag queen.

    It doesn’t add up to me that she was restored in 1996-7, stored inside and is in that bad a shape. Even if it was a poor restoration.

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  4. tom

    Is that copper sheet wrapped at transom/bottom?Would that be factory?And the corner of the step show some kind of metal reinforcement also,again factory?Or amateur repairs?On a boat like this is the keel stepped also (two pieces)?What ‘this boat worth finished to say a Katz’s standard?

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  5. Berlin Büro

    Looks like a speeding wooden death trap! I’m surprised you didnt bid on it, dad!

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  6. Steve Anderson from Michigan

    That’s got a ton of potential. I wonder what it would cost to get a Katz restoration?

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