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20 Feet 1928 Chris-Craft Model 100

20 Feet 1928 Chris-Craft Model 100

$50,000 (USD)

Boat ID: 42907

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Boat Summary
$50,000 (USD) SOLD
Boat ID: 42907

Hull #7000 - probably the prototype. Modified 3rd cockpit to carry liquor across Lake Erie, interdicted in 1930 and confiscated by US govt for almost 25 years. Boat is "Preserved" - 95% original hull, The boat recently went through a strip and refinish. 2 covering boards and the back deck were replaced. I replaced the wood that the windshield is on. I made a repair around the exhaust pipe. I removed a coaming at the front hatch and put the hatch back flush as it was originally. I sanded, caulked, stained and varnished the boat. Bottom was sanded to bare wood and painted at the same time., Made 2 new flagpoles, installed new stern light. Cleaned and buffed all external stainless and german silver, filed or hammered out dents and scratches in rub rails. Rechromed windshield and brackets and installed new glass. Interior. Cleaned and repainted entire interior in original color. Replaced rotted sistering along stringers. Stripped interior varnish and restained and varnished Dashboard, ceiling boards, some seat parts. Replaced linoleum and edging on floorboards. Installed new floorboard in aft part of 3rd cockpit (“hold”). Built new seat back for driver’s seat. New upholstery and cushions (stuffed, not foam). New wiring throughout, using restoration cloth-covered wire. Instruments and klum went out for restoration. New USCG approved fuel tank. Installed new bilge pump. Steering wheel stripped, and painted black. Engine was allegedly “restored”, and compression and other testing indicated it was in very good condition. Cleaned and repainted engine Chrysler color, carb cleaned, new fuel, oil lines. Old fuel pumps replaced with new electric (old fuel pumps overhauled and working). Installed 8v battery, master switch. Installed fitting on water intake so can run with garden hose. • What do you think about an additional statement like the following: Because of being the prototype/first model 100, and its history of being a smuggler and having been captured, this is an unique (and/or rare) opportunity (or unique boat).

Location:
St. Michaels, MD
Views:
3,118
Boat Details
Year:
1928
Manufacturer:
Chris-Craft
Model:
100
Length:
20
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
1928
Make:
Chrysler Crown 75 hp
Cylinders:
six
Hours:
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
2020
Manufacturer:
Venture
Axles:
one
Capacity:
Brakes:
surge
Comments:
Custom made for this boat
Other Information
Boat Cover:
Yes
Stereo:
No
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
No
Side Curtain:
No
Convertible Top:
No
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
No
Comments:
Waterline custom cover, extensive documentation.
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