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18' Feet 1962 Cruisers, Inc.

18' Feet 1962 Cruisers, Inc.

$5,500 (USD)

Boat ID: 36980

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Boat Summary
$5,500 (USD)
Boat ID: 36980

95% restoration in 1992 by Slaughter Marine Co. Fort Worth Texas 76179 Pulled and placed in dry storage after the complete Engine Service in 2010 by Sunchaser Marine Canyon Lake TX 78133 I purchased this very nice wood lapstrakes from the friend of the original owner's daughter Sept 2010. Even though the boat was bought in Houston, this boat spent most of it's life in the Dallas Lakes. It was moved to Canyon Lake about 2000 from were I became the owner in 2010. Due to my health issues I have not been able to use the boat for what I had big plans for.

Location:
Bergheim, TX
Views:
7,444
Boat Details
Year:
1962
Manufacturer:
Cruisers, Inc.
Model:
302-V Commander
Length:
18'
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
1966 (V4ML) Electramatic
Make:
Johnson/Super Sea Horse/100hp
Cylinders:
four
Hours:
Unknown; have service history
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
Bought new 1962
Manufacturer:
Gator Model 565
Axles:
one
Capacity:
1900
Brakes:
no
Comments:
Trailer weight 766 purchased with boat at Gibbs Warley Company Houston, Texas
Other Information
Boat Cover:
Yes
Stereo:
No
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
No
Side Curtain:
No
Convertible Top:
Yes
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Comments:
Attwood 1428 Ventilation Kit New Motor Harness in 2000, by ABL Marine Services Gordonville TX 76245
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