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20' Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera

20' Feet 1954 Chris Craft Riviera

$35,000 (USD)

Boat ID: 40360

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Boat Summary
$35,000 (USD)
Boat ID: 40360

The 20-foot Riviera was in production from 1950-1954, with a total run of 288 hulls built (hull numbers R-20-501 to R-20-788). This boat is number 286. The 20-foot model was the largest runabout that Chris-Craft built during this era and is rare compared to the 18-foot model of the same era, of which 1,210 hulls were built. This 1954 20’ Riviera is a very stylish boat with natural-finished mahogany on the hull sides and deck and a blond accent king plank on the bow and over the engine hatch – cover to the stern. It has well cared for red interior upholstery. It also has the original Chris-Craft MBL engine (158 HP). The boat was professionally restored in 2009, and includes service records dating back to 1998. This sale also includes a 1998 Elete single axel trailer.

Location:
North Jackson, OH
Views:
944
Boat Details
Year:
1954
Manufacturer:
Chris Craft Riviera
Model:
Riviera
Length:
20'
Beam:
Engine Details
Year:
1954
Make:
Chris-Craft/MBL/158
Cylinders:
6
Hours:
Unknown
Max Speed:
Fuel Type:
Trailer Details
Year:
1998
Manufacturer:
Elete
Axles:
Single
Capacity:
4500#
Brakes:
Comments:
Model 205 AH
Other Information
Boat Cover:
Yes
Stereo:
No
Tonneau:
No
Spotlight:
Yes
Side Curtain:
No
Convertible Top:
No
Fume Detector:
No
Fire Extinguisher:
Yes
Comments:
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